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Jamaican Nurse ; 32(2): 50-1, 1994.
Artigo em Inglês | MedCarib | ID: med-3405


METHODOLOGY: The research instrument was a questionnaire comprising of eighteen questions which focused on questions prompted by the literature which may be considered to indicate a fear of success. Fear of success (positive indicators) was considered to be present if answers to those questions indicated a tendancy for the "feelings' exerienced regardingconsequences of the success to be negative or there was no evidence of non-acceptance of professional mobility and success. A coded questionnaire comprising eighteen questions was administered to a sample of seventy nurses who had specialized or held managerial/teaching positions within the hospital. MAJOR FINDINGS: Major findings revealed that there were minimal indicators of fear of success. Where there were expresions of negativism, it focused on issues of socioeconomic, job satisfaction and interpersonal problems. DISCUSSION: The results revealed by this preliminary study indicated that in a particular sample of registered nurses at the UHWI there was minimal evidence of fear of success. Caution must be exercised however in any attempt to generalize from such a limited sample. (au)

Humanos , Feminino , Satisfação no Emprego , Enfermeiras e Enfermeiros/psicologia , Indicadores de Qualidade de Vida , Jamaica