Investigating the Correlation between the Life and Religious Attitudes with Psychological Well-Being in Nurses Working in Health Centers at Qom Universities of Medical Sciences in 2014

Nafiseh Habibian, Reza Ahmadi, Abasali Vashian, Seyyed Moazam Mortazavi, Tahmineh Dadkhah-Tehrani

Abstract


Nurses are the most important group to give care services in health system. They may face with various stresses related to their job that may cause physiological problems. Many factors can influence their psychological health .the present study aimed at demonstration the relationship between religious attitude and life attitude with psychological wellbeing. This correlational cross sectional research has been conducted on 237 nurses working at governmental hospital of Qom with branch sampling in 1393. The data was collected by 4 questionnaires: demographic, psychological wellbeing, life attitude and religious attitude. Life attitude was at medium level in 56/5% (n=134) of participants as well as religious attitude and psychological wellbeing were at medium level in 53/6% (n=127). Correlational Pearson test showed that total score of both life attitude and religious attitude had significantly positive relationships with psychological wellbeing (respectively r= +0/34, p<0/01; r=+0/30, p<0/01). Life attitude and religious attitude can influence positively on psychological wellbeing.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n6s4p168


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