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Implementation of Conflict Resolution Strategies for Hospital Nurses during the Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia Pandemic and Its Impact on Nurses’ Stress Levels

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DOI: 10.23977/jsoce.2021.030536 | Downloads: 13 | Views: 947

Author(s)

Yingjiao Lu 1,2

Affiliation(s)

1 Central University of the Philippines, Philippines, China
2 Guangxi Vocational College of Performing Arts, Guangxi, Nanning, 530226, China

Corresponding Author

Yingjiao Lu

ABSTRACT

The sudden and large-scale outbreak of the new coronavirus virus requires a large number of medical staff to treat and care for patients with new coronary pneumonia. Nurses not only have to undertake a large amount of nursing work, but also need to face the risk of infection, need special protection, and be affected by work. Forced isolation and away from the family and some patients are critically ill. Understand the implementation of conflict resolution strategies for nursing staff in hospitals during the new coronavirus pneumonia pandemic and its impact on nurses’ stress levels, providing references for improving nursing staff’s physical and mental health and work efficiency, as well as nursing staff in future public health emergencies Take various response strategies to provide a basis.

KEYWORDS

Implementation, Conflict resolution strategies, Hospital nurses, Novel coronavirus pneumonia pandemic, Nurses’ stress levels

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Yingjiao Lu. Implementation of Conflict Resolution Strategies for Hospital Nurses during the Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia Pandemic and Its Impact on Nurses’ Stress Levels. Journal of Sociology and Ethnology (2021) 3: 202-206. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jsoce.2021.030536

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