An evidence-based solution for minimizing stress and anger in nursing students
The Journal of nursing education
Short Title: J.Nurs.Educ.
Format: Journal Article
Publication Date: Nov 30, 2006
Pages: 568 - 571
Sources ID: 70541
Notes: LR: 20080116; JID: 7705432; 2008/01/17 09:00 [pubmed]; 2008/02/20 09:00 [medline]; 2008/01/17 09:00 [entrez]; ppublish
Collection: Yoga-Based Interventions for Stress and Anxiety
Visibility: Public (group default)
Manifestations of stress and anger are becoming more evident in society. Anger, an emotion associated with stress, often affects other aspects of everyday life, including the workplace and the educational setting. Stress and irrational anger in nursing students presents a potential teaching-learning problem that requires innovative evidence-based solutions. In this article, anger in nursing students is discussed, and background information on the topic is provided. Common sources and manifestations of anger in nursing students are presented, and one evidence-based solution--mindfulness-based-stress reduction--is discussed.