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Explore the effect of the changes of medical environment on health care providers' mental and physical health and well-being: Antecedents and consequents

[Speaker] Hsu, Chin-tien:1
[Co-author] Yang, Meiyu:2, Chao, Ming-ling:3
1:Ming Chuan University (Taiwan), 2:Chihlee University of Technology (Taiwan), 3:Hsin Sheng College of Medical Care and Management (Taiwan)

This research uses the in-depth interview and content analysis to explore the risk factors impacted medical staffs' physical and mental health.
The data were collected from 12 nurses, 8 doctors, and 1 senior medical college professor. Results indicated that 366 themes were extracted and 8 risk factors from the content analysis such as violence aggression from patients and their families, verbal aggression from patients and their families, verbal bulling from senior colleagues, verbal bulling from colleagues, abusive supervision, work loading, family-work conflict and other stress(paper research). For the doctors, the main risk factor impacted medical staffs' physical and mental health is violence aggression from patients and their families. For the nurses, the main risk factors impacted medical staffs' physical and mental health is work loading. Implications for theory and practice are discussed.
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