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ABSTRACT Background: Stress is increasingly recognized as one of the most serious occupational health hazard for critical care nurses.
Failure of proper stress management among nurses has a huge impact to health care delivery and quality outcome, it also results in increased health care cost hence poverty and poor economy.
Method: A cross sectional quantitative survey, with a sample size of 100 Nurses included, how ever only 65 returned the questioners'.
Data analysed by SPSS version 16.0.
Result:The study findings reveals numerous stressors associated with stress amongst critical care nurses; which includes working environment, workload, interpersonal relationships, and personal characteristics.
Recommendation: Therefore strongly recommended that, new strategies measures should be implemented to relieve or prevent stress amongst nurses working in these units to improve quality outcomes.
Trustworthy S Majuta, a Zimbabwean, expatriate Clinical Specialist Nurse/Instructor/Mentor for critical care nursing in Dar es Salaam Tanzania.
She has been involved in capacity building for critical care in Tanzania.
Education credentials: MSN, BSc N, Post graduate dip in critical care, PH cert, Fellowship critical care (Yonsei University Korea).
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