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Abstract


The Relationship Between the Nurses’ Psychological Resilience Levels and Their Life Balances

The puspose of the current study was to examine the relationship between the psychological resilience and life balance points among nurses. The study design was descriptive and cross-sectional, and conducted with 155 nurses. Data collection instrumetns included a Demographic Form, the Resilience Scale for Adults, and the Juhnke-Balkin Life Balance Inventory- Turkish Form. T-test, one-way ANOVA and correlation analysis were used to evaluate the data. The total mean score of the Resilience Scale for Adults of the nurses was determined as 124.30±19.61. Nurses' Juhnke-Balkin Life Balance Inventory sub-dimension mean scores were; General Health 32.83±6.73, Quality of Relationship 24.14±5.7, Positive Orientation 25.84±6.13, Depression 19.21±4.85, Spiritual Support 22.47±5.48, Friendship/Intimacy 18.85±3.97, Career/Occupation 15.84±3.94, and Sleep Difficulty 17.54±4.17. Negatively low level between the Resilience Scale for Adults and Juhnke-Balkin Life Balance Inventory Sleep Difficulty sub-dimension (r=-0.172, p=0.032); A low negative correlation was found between the Adult Resilience Scale, Structural Style sub-dimension and the Juhnke-Balkin Life Balance Inventory Quality of Relationships sub-dimension (r=-0.165, p=0.040). The Resilience Sacale for Adults, Family Cohesion sub-dimension and Juhnke-Balkin Life Balance Inventory Quality of Relationships (r= -0.182, p=0.024); a low negative correlation was found between the sub-dimensions of Positive Orientation (r=-0.170, p=0.035) and Friendship (r=-0.170, p=0.034). There was a low level of positive correlation between the Resilience Scale for Adults's, Self-Perception sub-dimension and the Juhnke-Balkin Life Balance Inventory Career/Occupation (r=0.239, p=0.003) and Sleep Difficulty (r=0.231, p=0.004) sub-dimensions. A low level of positive correlation was determined between the Social Resources sub-dimension of the Resilience Scale for Adults and the Juhnke-Balkin Life Balance Inventory Positive Orientation (r=0.161, p=0.046) sub-dimension. A low level of negative correlation was found between the Resilience Scale for Adults Scale, Social Resources sub-dimension and the Juhnke-Balkin Life Balance Inventory Sleep Difficulty (r=-0.212, p=0.008) sub-dimension. The psychological resilience levels of the nurses are above the average. Nurses' concepts of resilience and life balance may differ based on socio-economic based demographic characteristics such as age, marital status, and economic status.



Keywords
Psychological resilience, life balance, nurse, health professionals



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