Can Multiple Roles at Work and Home Improve the Mental Health of Female Nurses?
Nagisa Okada, MSN, School of Health Sciences Division of Nursing Science and Arts, University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan., Kitakyushu, Japan; Kosuke Yabase, MSN, Biomedical and Health Sciences, Hiroshima University Graduate School, Hiroshima, Japan; Toshio Kobayashi, PhD, Ishii Memorial Hospital, Iwakuni, Japan
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Although the mental health level of working female nurses was low, we have shown that having multiple roles may be a source of strength for nurses to maintain and improve their mental health levels.
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