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Journal Title
NURSES’ RESILIENCE IN HOSPITALS: ROLE OF RELIGIOSITY AND CHARACTER STRENGHTS
SAPJ Code
5110, 3020, 2070
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Abstract
Work-related stress can occur in a hospital for a variety of reasons, including the characteristics of the bureaucracy, the demands of the organisation, differences in interpretations of applying the hospital’s values standards and the hospital’s moral values, the types and demands of patients, work overload and job burnout. A high level of resilience is needed. This study aimed to determine the effect of religiosity and character strenghts on the resilience of nurses in hospitals. A total of 150 nurses who work in several hospitals in Jakarta were selected using total sampling. Resilience was measured using an RQ measuring instrument. Religiosity was measured using CRS. Character strenghts was measured using VIA-IS. Multiple regression was used to analyse the data. Results : That the role of religiosity and character strenghts on the resilience of nurses in the hospitals are 44% with p-value = .000. And There is a strong correlation between nurse religiosity and character strengths (R = .661). Religiosity (p-value = .21; beta value = 17.9) and character strenghts (pvalue = .000 and beta value = 53.9) had an effect on resilience. Thus, it was concluded that there are role of religiosity and character strenghts to resilience of nurses in hospitals.
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Erna. ernamultahada
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