Nurses' mental well-being levels and their influencing factors

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Cansu Atmaca Palazoglu
Zeliha Koç


This research was carried out as a descriptive study to determine the mental well-being levels of nurses and the factors affecting them. The research was carried out between 01/04/2023-07/04/2023 with the participation of 190 nurses working in a university hospital. The data were collected by using a 22-question information form, prepared by the researcher in line with the literature, which determines the sociodemographic and working life characteristics of the nurses, and the Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-Being Scale. Frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, median (min-max), Kruskal Wallis test, Mann Whitney U test, One-Way Analysis of Variance, and Independent Sample t-test were used for data analysis. In line with the findings obtained from this study, the mental well-being levels of nurses were determined at a moderate level. It is recommended that mental well-being-based interventions should be planned to support nurses mentally, as it will contribute to the development of their professional skills and their daily lives.

Keywords: Mental well-being; nurse; psychological well-being; well-being.


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Atmaca Palazoglu, C., & Koç, Z. (2023). Nurses’ mental well-being levels and their influencing factors. New Trends and Issues Proceedings on Humanities and Social Sciences, 10(2), 42–50.

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