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A study to assess perceived stress and coping strategies for covid-19 among gnm 3rd year students in integral college of nursing Lucknow.

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Juhi Tiwari, Zahid Imam, Sarth Nagar, Shallu Singh, Shalini Gaur, Jyotasna Verma, Rohit Kumar, Neha Singh, Manisha Yadav, Shubham Gupta and Bably Singh
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Background: The COVID 19 epidemic as a rapidly spreading disease has given rise to a range of negative cognitive reactions and emotions in at-risk populations. The COVID-19 epidemic is likely to have chronic psychotic manifestations such as depression, anxiety, panic disorder, and psychosomatic manifestations. The aim of the study is to find out the association between the perceived stress and coping strategies of GNM 3rd year students. Methods: A study to assess perceived stress and coping strategies for COVID19 among GNM 3rd year students in Integral College of Nursing, Lucknow, U.P. Level of stress assessed with Perceived Stress Scale and Brief Coping Scale. Socio-demographic is also obtained from the students by using a semi-structured socio-demographic proforma. Results: The study revealed that majority of students (92.1%) were in the age group of 19-25 years. Result showed that only (2.6%) has mild perceived stress, (97.4%) had moderate perceived stress and most of the students reported moderate coping strategies (97.4%). There was no significant correlation (0.291) between perceived stress and coping strategies mechanism of GNM 3rd year nursing students. Conclusion: Perceived stress and coping strategies associated with GNM 3rd year students suggest that perceived stress may be a very important factor influencing in GNM 3rd year students. Majority of students had mild stress and average coping, in order to prepare them to cope up with any stressful situations.

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