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Coping Styles with Stress in Nursing and Midwifery Students

Author: FATEMEH MAHMOUDI, SHEKOOFE HAMZHIEKIA, ZANDIRAAD PARVIN
Abstract: In the present year, attention has been paid to the nursing and midwifery students, especially when it comes to stress and coping strategies. Understanding the coping styles offered by students enables college officials to become aware of the needs of their pupils, the guidelines, and the training of their counterparts. This study aimed to systematically review on coping with stress in nursing and midwifery students was done. Data searches were conducted using stress keywords, coping styles, and nursing and midwifery students. The sites under study were database of Iranian Medical Sciences Articles (IranMedex), Scientific Database (SID) Pub Med, Mag Iran,, Scopus. The search of the above mentioned database was carried out from July to September 2019.Nineteen studies were studied with the aim of investigating the relationship between stress and aggression in nursing and midwifery students. Finally, the types of coping styles in nursing and midwifery students were examined in three areas of problem-centered, emotion-focused and avoidant. In general, the use of emotion-focused styles was more than problem-focused responses, while the use of such styles had a transient role in reducing stress. Therefore, it is suggested that educational managers and planners consider promoting problem-focused coping skills in students.
Keyword: Stress, Coping Styles, Nursing and Midwifery Students.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.01.024
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