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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.7, No. 9)

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Page : 487-496

Keywords : Nurse Stress SEM PLS.;

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Introduction: The nursing profession has potential to experience stress in the workplace and face pressure in the medical environment caused by various stressors. The nurse\\\'s great responsibility to the client can increase work stress on the nurse, so that both directly and indirectly will cause an increase in stress on the nurse. Aim: To analyze the factors that influence the work stress level of XYZ company nurses in Qatar. Method: Type of research is observational with correlational type of description. The number of respondents was 152 nurses in the XYZ Company, conducted in July - August 2019. Data was obtained from collecting nurses\\\' demographic characteristics and DASS 42 questionnaire in which consisted of three scales to measure 3 types of emotional states, namely depression, anxiety, and stress. Each scale consists of 14 questions, analyzed by Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) based on Partial Least Square (PLS) with smartpls3.0 program. Result: The result found that 73.68% of respondents had normal, 3.29% of respondents had mild stress levels, 6.58% of respondents had moderate stress levels, 9.87% of respondents had severe stress levels and 6.58% respondents have extremely severe stress levels. From the PLS analysis the results show that the p value <0.05 influence of age 0.024, education 0.017, marital status 0.020, family status 0,000, work experience 0.003 and length of work 0,000, all Ho is rejected meaning that they are factors that influence the stress level of nurses while gender 0.621 and position of Job 0.657 with p value > 0.05 and Ho is not rejected, meaning they are not a factor of affects the level of stress nurses. Conclusion:Age, education, marital status, family status, work experience and work duration, significant factors of stress among nurses in XYZ companies. Gender and job position are not significant factor of stress among nurses in XYZ companies. Contribution of age to stress was 10.4%, contribution of level education to stress 16.8%, contribution marital status to stress 24%, contribution family status to stress 33.9%, contribution length of work to stress 20.3% and contribution work experience to stress 19.8%.

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