Work-related stress of clinical nursing faculty.
The purpose of this research was to examine work-related stress experienced by clinical faculty (N = 226) in ADN and BSN programs. Faculty rated the extent to which they experienced 23 potential stressors associated with clinical teaching. The predominant stressors were: coping with job expectations associated with their clinical teaching roles; feeling physically and emotionally drained at the end of a clinical teaching day; job demands that interfere with activities of personal importance; heavy workload; pressure to maintain clinical competence or a clinical practice without time to do so; feeling unable to satisfy the demands of work-related constituencies (e.g., students, clinical agency personnel, patients); and teaching inadequately prepared students.
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