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آخرین بروز رسانی : 1397/01/28
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مرتبه علمی : مربی
مدرک تحصیلی : دکترای پرستاری
گروه آموزشی : پرستاری دانشکده پرستاری و مامایی
محـل خـدمت : حوزه ریاست - دانشکده پرستاری مامایی
سـمت اجرایی : معاون آموزشی


THE PSYCHOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF STUDENTS OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY IN BANDAR
ABBAS
SAFA SADAGHIANI1, REZA JAMHIRY*2, MOHSENAZAD3, HAMID MAHMOODI4, ELHAM IMANI5, ROYAHEIDARI NOKAR6
1PhD Candidate of Nursing - Tehran University of Medical Sciences and Health Services - 2Department of Nursing, Nursing and
Midwifery School, Hormozgan University of Medical Sciences, Bandar Abbas, Iran - 3Department of Biostatistics, Para-medicine
School, Hormozgan University of Medical Sciences, Bandar Abbas, Iran - 4Department of Languages, Para-medicine School,
Hormozgan University of Medical Sciences, Bandar Abbas, Iran - 5Phd Candidate of Nursing, Department of Nursing, Nursing and
Midwifery School, Hormozgan University of Medical Sciences, Bandar Abbas, Iran - 6Bachelor of social pathology majoring in the prevention
of addiction, Hormozgan University of Medical Sciences, Bandar Abbas Health Center, Bandar Abbas, Iran
Introduction
During the last decade of the twentieth century
and the first two decades of the twenty-first century,
there were amazing changes in all sciences, especially
in the field of medical science and nursing is
one of them. There are a lot of stresses in this profession
which affect the employees. Some of these
stresses are because of the way that nurses are
trained(1).
Acta Medica Mediterranea, 2017, 33: 347
Received March 21, 2017; Accepted April 20, 2017
ABSTRACT
Introduction: There are a lot of quick developments in this high speed world and nursing is also one of those professions whichis
highly affected by these developments. A vast educational pressure as well as social and economic changes is among those tensions
which have influenced all people working in medical professions. To cope with these conditions, psychological factors including
personality, social maturity, emotional maturity, anxiety and self-esteem are very effective.
Methods: This study is descriptive-analytics.113 students studied in the field of Midwifery and paramedics in the School of
Nursing participanted in this study. They completed some questionnaires such as Cattell’s Sixteen Factors Personality Inventory,
Rao’s social maturity scale, Singh and Bhargava’s emotional maturity scale, Hamilton’s Anxiety Rating Scale, Coopersmith’s selfesteem
scale and demographicinformation.
Results: 22 male students (19.5%) and 91 female students (80.5%) participated in this study. 104 participants (92%) were single
and 9 participants (8%) were married. The average age of participants was 20.92 years. 16 nursing students (14.2%), 35 evening
students of nursing (31%), 15 students of by stop course of nursing (13.3%), 15 bachelor students of anesthesia (13.3%), 15
Operating Room student (13.3%), 17 students of health technology (15%) participated in the study. 40 participants (35.4%) were
studying in the second semester and 73 participants (64.6%) were studying in the third semester. The following findings were achieved
in this study: There is a significant reverse relationship between the traits of A and B of Cattell’spersonality and anxiety and
between the trait of N and social maturity. There was a significant direct relationship between the trait of C and social and emotional
maturity and self-esteem and alsobetween the trait of G and self-esteem. There was a significant direct relationship between the trait
of O and emotional maturity while this relationship is in reverse between the trait of O and social maturity and self-esteem. There
wasa significant reverse relationship between the trait of Q3 and emotional maturity while there was a significant direct relationship
between the trait of Q3 and social maturity and self-esteem. The trait of Q4 had direct relationship with emotional maturity while it
had a significant reverse relationshipwith social maturity and self-esteem.
Discussion: This study showed that there was a reverse relationship between the Reserved/Warm and personal anxiety and
between concrete thinking/ abstract thinkingand anxiety. There was also a relatively strong reverse correlation between emotional
stability -reactiveness and emotional maturity. There was a direct correlation emotional stability - reactiveness and social maturity
and between expedient/rule-conscious and self-esteem.Private/Forthrightand social maturity had a significant reverse correlation
with each other. Self-Assured/Apprehensivehada direct relationship with emotional maturity while these traits had a reverse relationship
with social maturity and self-esteem. The trait of Tolerates Disorder had a direct relationship with self-esteem. Based on our findings,
it can be concluded that social maturity and high self-esteem reduce stress.
Keywords: emotional maturity, social maturity, self-esteem, Cattell’s personality, anxiety, nursing, midwifery, paramedical, students.






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