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Abstract


THE CORRELATIONS BETWEEN WORKLOAD AND STRESS AMONG MIDWIVES AND NURSES
The workforce crisis and shortage of health workers in the Health sector and increasing population density is the basis of study which is the main causes of stress among health care workers. The data gathering was used observation and documentary method. Statistical analysis was performed in SPSS-(Statistical Package for Social Sciences) Version 20. This data was captured using Taylor Manifest Anxiety Scale 1953 (for measuring anxiety of health workers) Chronometer and “Job Evaluation” by NHS The Spielberg-Hann test is a reliable way of determining the level of anxiety and is one of the most widely used methods in the world. The study sample consisted of 94 midwives and nurses. Among them 4.7% (5) of nurses were male other 95.3% (89) of the research participants were female with the age of 20-29 44.7% (42), 30-39 21.3% (20), 40-49 11.7% (11), over 50 years 22.3% (21) and length of working experience for participants were 4 (4.3%) up to 1 year, 44 (46.8%) of 1-5 years, 13 (13.8%) 6-10 years, 11 (11.7%) 11-20 years, 22 (23.4%) over 21 years. The result showed that total workload of midwife is 484 minutes a day and 65.1% spend for daily healthcare, 12.2% of time for public health, 12.3% spend for filling out essiential documents. But for workload of nurse was 507 minutes a day and average time of no-load 20 minutes not because of nurse. It took 5.4% of total working hours. The 30.8% midwives, 37% of nurses work in extra hours. By the way about 32.5 minutes were taken by break and for personal use. The research findings indicated that the majority of sample communities, about 94,8% have stress. In total, 5.2% of participants do not have stress The findings showed that workload of midwife is 484 minutes a day and workload of nurse was 507 minutes a day. The 59.6% of all participants’ stress level determined in I, II. 61.1 % of midwives stress level in II, III. The positive correlation was verified for workload stress among nurse -(0.700) and midwives and negative correlations was for length of working stress (0.160). The nurses’ and midwives who have less than 10 years of working experience or under the age of 40, they have high level of stress. Over 40 years of health workers stress level were low.

Keywords
healthcare, midwife, nurse, stress, workload


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