Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: Supplementary 5, Pages: 1-7
Dahye Park1 and Heejeong Kim2*
1 Department of Nursing, Semyung University, Jecheon, 390-711, South Korea
2 Department of Nursing, Namseoul University, Cheonan, 331-707, South Korea; [email protected]
The aim of this study was to examine the factors affecting anxiety after cardiopulmonary resuscitation among medical persons and medical students. To determine the influences of state anxiety and trait anxiety on stress and resilience, a multiple regression was used. The explanatory power of stress and resilience on state anxiety was shown to be 34.0%, and the explanatory power of stress and resilience trait anxiety was shown to be 51.6%. Among these factors, stress (B = .244) and resilience (B = -.316) were shown to exert a significant influence on state anxiety, and stress (B = .280) and resilience (B = -.340) were shown to exert a significant influence on trait anxiety. Resilience turned out to be the factor with the most influence on anxiety after cardiopulmonary resuscitation in this research. Nursing and medical managers wishing to reduce anxiety should focus their analysis on the issue of resilience and look for ways to decrease anxiety after cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Keywords: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Resilience, Turnover Intention
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