The division of nurses is also caused stress as BSCN nurses are more taking benefits then diplomas, as good role and appraisal.
Another serious stressor is that nurses have always fear of getting deadly infection because the nature of work they come into contact biological dangers, as the use of sharp equipment like needles, body fluids, contact infection which transmitted through touching patient.
Nurses don’t have sufficient time to interact with their families and friends because of shift working, and feel isolated which lead to moodiness.
Being a mother I remember once, I met my child almost after two day, I went for morning duty at that time my son was sleeping.
Caring for dying patients is part of the reality of being a nurse.
According to (Oskins 1979, Anderson & Basteyns 1981) dealing with death and dying patients is particularly stressful for nurses.So, nursing professionals are more at risk of getting diseases than many other professionals.Beside this paperwork (documentation) is also important part of nursing which can increase workload especially in AKU. Sometime nurse’s cutoff with the society due to shift works and become isolated from regular contact with your family and friend.I feel very afraid and can’t sleep at night, also heard ventilator alarms.Secondly interpersonal relationship is also one of the causes of stress.There are many fields and professions and it expanding day by day.Out of these professions some are considered very relaxed and some are very difficult and stressful.Nurses are one of the most vulnerable professional groups to occupational stress, as they often encounter stressful situations due to the special demands of their profession.In many cases someone becomes a nurse because they want to help people but when Nurses confronted with the reality of the job soon realize that is not what they thought before because the nature of nursing tasks and the involvement with death and dying people every day.Some time it happens that we caring patients normally without knowing the actual diagnose and report suggested of some communicable diseases after two to three days.Nurses are more at risk to get expose to chemical substances in the hospital such as use of hazardous medication, such as those used in chemotherapy.