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1 Introduction Occupational stress mostly results from unexpected situations or issues requiring personal engagement and undertaking tasks that do not comply with one’s knowledge, expertise, or expectations, resulting in person’s inability to manage the situation ( 1 ). Surveys conducted among healthcare workers revealed that nursing staff often face various stressors associated with occupational activities, which reduce work efficiency ( 2 ). According to the ANA (American Nurses Association) ( 3 ) stress in healthcare arises from work assignments, job roles

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