Vol - 29, Issue - 03
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International Medical Journal
Journal ID : IMJ-05-03-2022-1309
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Abstract : Nursing is regarded to be a stressful career because it usually interacts with clients in complicated and interacting clinical environments. The aim of this systematic review was to summarize lowering perceived stress levels, identify which tools are most frequently used to measure perceived stress levels and report on outcomes of lowering perceived stress levels in undergraduate nursing students. We searched for articles indexed in Pubmed, Web of science, Psyc INFO, and CINAHL database using a combination of expressions including perceived stress and nursing students or Coping and intervention. Five empirical studies were identified as relevant to our research. Several types of tools are used to lowering perceived stress levels in undergraduate nursing students. We found that the majority of the nursing students had moderate perceived stress levels. The Mindfulness meditation helps to decreased and significantly lowering perceived stress levels at P level of 0.005. This review underlines that nursing students arrange scholastic situations, giving the information and abilities vital to execute self-care exercises may be instrumental in graduating nurses who esteem and advance stretch diminishment and coping skills for themselves and the patients they care for. Encourage inquire about is required to investigate the possibility of executing a mixed approach mindfulness program for undergraduate nursing students.

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