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:: Volume 12, Issue 6 (February-March 2024) ::
3 JNE 2024, 12(6): 1-12 Back to browse issues page
Determining the Structural Causal Relationships of Problem Solving Skills, Coping Strategies and Temperament with Resilience with the Mediation of Psychological Disturbance among Nurses
Ziba Poursadegh , Ali Naghi Aghdasi , Touraj Hashemi , Seyed Mahmoud Tabatabaei
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Introduction: The development of resilience is done through problem-solving, coping strategies, and mood, and regarding determining the role of structural causal relationships of problem-solving skills, coping strategies and temperament with resilience with the mediation of psychological disturbance, no study has been done between nurses. This research was conducted to determine  the structural causal relationships of problem-solving skills, coping strategies, and temperament with resilience through the mediation of psychological disturbance in nurses.
Methods: This was descriptive-correlational research (structural equations) and the statistical population included all the nurses in Tabriz city in 2020-2021 and 500 people were selected by stratified random sampling. Information was collected using Heppner & krauskopf problem-solving questionnaires (PSQ), Lazarus & Folkman coping strategies (CSQ), Buss & Plomin temperament (EAS), Connor-Davidson resilience (CD-RISC) and psychological disturbance Kessler et al. (PDQ). Data were analyzed using the structural equation analysis method in SPSS.23 and Smart Pls3 software.
Results: There was a direct causal relationship between problem-solving skills (β=0.174, p=0.001) and coping strategies (β=0.188, p=0.002)  with resilience; while there was no direct causal relationship between temperament and resilience (p=0.459). Also, there was an indirect causal relationship between coping strategies (β=0.143, p=0.001) and temperament (β=0.259, p=0.002) with resilience mediated by psychological disturbance; but there was no indirect causal relationship between problem-solving skills (β= -0.003, p=0.947) and resilience with the mediation of psychological disturbance.
Conclusion: Considering that the relationship between coping strategies and mood with resilience is mediated by psychological disturbance; it seems that the results of this research help design interventions aimed at improving the resilience of nurses by considering the role of the discussed variables.
 
Keywords: Problem-Solving, Coping Strategy, Mood, Resilience, Psychological Disturbance
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Type of Study: Quantitative-Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2023/08/7 | Accepted: 2024/01/28 | Published: 2024/01/30



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poursadegh Z, Aghdasi A N, Hashemi T, Tabatabaei S M. Determining the Structural Causal Relationships of Problem Solving Skills, Coping Strategies and Temperament with Resilience with the Mediation of Psychological Disturbance among Nurses. 3 JNE 2024; 12 (6) :1-12
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Volume 12, Issue 6 (February-March 2024) Back to browse issues page
نشریه آموزش پرستاری Journal of Nursing Education
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