Title

Management techniques to academic stress of third year nursing students of De La Salle Health Sciences Campus batch 2005

Date of Completion

2004

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Keywords

Stress, Psychological, Nursing Students

Abstract

The study used descriptive research. It was conducted at De La Salle Health Sciences Campus in Dasmarinas, Cavite. It focused on the management techniques to academic stress utilized by third year nursing students of De La Salle-Health Sciences Campus Batch 2005. The total respondents of the study were 148 third year nursing students Batch 2005. They were selected through purposive sampling technique. The study adapted the questionnaire of Guinto and Polkiso, which was later modified by the researchers and by the validators. The statistical treatments applied in the study were percentage, mean, t-test and f-test. The study concluded that, 112 were females, 124 were Catholics, 108 were type B personalities, 77 live at home, and 76 have a monthly family income of P30,001 and above. The findings show that respondents always used emotional stress management techniques to academic stress while physical and spiritual management techniques to academic stress were sometimes utilized. Psychological and social stress management techniques to academic stress were also often used. Management techniques to academic stress were not affected by gender, religion, course preference, personality type, type of resident and family income.

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