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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-799773

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Objective@#To explore the classification characteristics of medical students resilience, and psychological stress difference of each latent class.@*Methods@#A total of 500 medical students from a medical university majoring in five-year clinical in Liaoning province were investigated by using the general questionnaire, the resilience scale and the Chinese college students stress scale.@*Results@#Three latent classes model of resilience in medical students was supported, including "low tenacity group" (32.7%), "general resilience group" (32.1%) and "tenacity-strength group" (35.2%). In Logistic regression analysis, the proportion of students whose majors met their interests in the general resilience group (OR=3.796) and the tenacity-strength group (OR=7.556) was larger. There were significant differences in psychological stress scores between different latent classes (P<0.01).@*Conclusions@#Medical students′ resilience has obvious classification characteristics, and there were different distributions in different latent classes of whose majors meet their interests. Researchers and teachers should pay more attention to the students who have less resilience and whose majors are not in accordance with their own interests, develop their professional interest, and improve psychological stress through appropriate intervention methods.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-864636

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Objective:To study the effect of spousal voice stimulation on the recovery period of patients undergoing thoracic/lumbar surgery under general anesthesia.Methods:A total of 67 patients undergoing thoracic/lumbar surgery under general anesthesia who met the inclusion exclusion criteria were divided into 34 patients in the control group and 33 patients in the experimental group according to the random number table method. Awakening in the recovery period patients were given general anesthesia care, on the basis of the control group recovery period voice wake up by paramedics. The recovery time, pain score, the incidence of restlessness and nausea and vital signs between the two groups were compared.Results:The extubation time, exhalation time, recovery time of choking cough, recovery time, and pain score in the recovery stage were (14.00±3.90) min, (11.67±3.83) min, (10.03±3.58) min, (21.24±4.28) min, (4.15±0.79) points in the experimental group, respectively. Those were (18.00±6.60) min, (15.59±5.86) min, (12.68±5.01) min, (29.50±8.25) min, (5.26±0.86) points in the control group, respectively. The differences between the two groups were statistically significant ( t values were 2.481-5.483, P<0.05 or 0.01). There was no significant difference in the incidence of restlessness and nausea and vital signs between the two groups( P>0.05). Conclusions:Spoused-voice stimulation can shorten the extubation time, exhalation time, recovery time and recovery time of choking cough in patients undergoing thoracolumbar surgery under general anesthesia, and reduce the pain in the recovery period.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-864382

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Objective:To explore the classification characteristics of medical students resilience, and psychological stress difference of each latent class.Methods:A total of 500 medical students from a medical university majoring in five-year clinical in Liaoning province were investigated by using the general questionnaire, the resilience scale and the Chinese college students stress scale.Results:Three latent classes model of resilience in medical students was supported, including "low tenacity group" (32.7%), "general resilience group" (32.1%) and "tenacity-strength group" (35.2%). In Logistic regression analysis, the proportion of students whose majors met their interests in the general resilience group ( OR=3.796) and the tenacity-strength group ( OR=7.556) was larger. There were significant differences in psychological stress scores between different latent classes ( P<0.01). Conclusions:Medical students′ resilience has obvious classification characteristics, and there were different distributions in different latent classes of whose majors meet their interests. Researchers and teachers should pay more attention to the students who have less resilience and whose majors are not in accordance with their own interests, develop their professional interest, and improve psychological stress through appropriate intervention methods.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-752744

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Objective To explore the humanistic caring ability ,and to analyze the relationship between the positive psychological qualities , emotional intelligence and humanistic caring ability among the nursing interns, and provide theoretical basis to improve nursing students’humanistic caring ability. Methods A total of 132 nursing interns from a three Level of first-class hospital in Liaoning province, were investigated by using the general questionnaire, caring ability inventory, emotional intelligence scale and Positive Mental Characters Scale for China normal university. Results The score of humanistic caring ability was (180.74±18.75) . Among them, the average score of cognitive was the highest (73.71± 10.93) and the average score of courage was the lowest (48.43±11.91 ). Emotional intelligence and positive psychological qualities were positively correlated with the humanistic caring ability, and positive psychological qualities was a intermediate variable between emotional intelligence and humanistic caring ability, and the mediating effect size is 18.71%. Conclusion The level of humanistic caring ability in nursing interns is lower, which needs to be further improved. The emotional intelligence and positive psychological qualities have a significant positive effect on the humanistic caring ability. Schools and internship hospitals can improve their sense of humanistic caring ability by developing the emotional intelligence and positive psychological qualities to stabilize the development of nursing career.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-803409

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Objective@#To explore the humanistic caring ability, and to analyze the relationship between the positive psychological qualities, emotional intelligence and humanistic caring ability among the nursing interns, and provide theoretical basis to improve nursing students’ humanistic caring ability.@*Methods@#A total of 132 nursing interns from a three Level of first-class hospital in Liaoning province, were investigated by using the general questionnaire, caring ability inventory, emotional intelligence scale and Positive Mental Characters Scale for China normal university.@*Results@#The score of humanistic caring ability was (180.74±18.75). Among them, the average score of cognitive was the highest (73.71±10.93) and the average score of courage was the lowest (48.43±11.91). Emotional intelligence and positive psychological qualities were positively correlated with the humanistic caring ability, and positive psychological qualities was a intermediate variable between emotional intelligence and humanistic caring ability, and the mediating effect size is 18.71%.@*Conclusion@#The level of humanistic caring ability in nursing interns is lower, which needs to be further improved. The emotional intelligence and positive psychological qualities have a significant positive effect on the humanistic caring ability. Schools and internship hospitals can improve their sense of humanistic caring ability by developing the emotional intelligence and positive psychological qualities to stabilize the development of nursing career.

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