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Yulier Rodriguez Medina

Organizational Dynamics

Dr. Wanda Morancy

October 26th, 2020

1.- Stress: In a medical or biological context stress is a physical, mental, or emotional factor that causes bodily or mental tension. Stresses can be external (from the environment, psychological, or social situations) or internal (illness, or from a medical procedure). Stress can initiate the “fight or flight” response, a complex reaction of neurologic and endocrinologic systems.( Folkman, S. & Lazarus, R.S. (1987) /Holmes T. ;and Jex revised 2017)

The concept of meaning plays a central role in major conceptualizations of the stress process, yet it remains underanalyzed by sociologists. Coping is the process of spending conscious effort and energy to solve personal and interpersonal problems. In the case of stress, coping mechanisms seek to master, minimize, or tolerate stress and stressors that occur in everyday life. These mechanisms are commonly called coping skills or coping strategies. All coping strategies have the adaptive goal of reducing or dealing with stress, but some strategies can actually be maladaptive (unhealthy) or merely ineffective. Maladaptive behaviors are those that inhibit a person’s ability to adjust to particular situations.( Johnson M., Maas M., Moorhead S,2015) This type of behavior is often used to reduce one’s anxiety, but the result is dysfunctional and non-productive. The term “coping” usually refers to dealing with the stress that comes after a stressor is presented, but many people also use proactive coping strategies to eliminate or avoid stressors before they occur. Personal choice in coping strategies is determined by personality traits and type, social context, and the nature of the stressor involved.

All theoretical models that interpret stress as a transaction focused on the fact that there are differences among people in interpretation of stress as a stimulus or as a response. None of the previous theories, could exactly explain which factors may lead some people to manage stress properly, while others are not, he stated that there is a lack in theories into the interpretation of the factors that help some people to adjust for a longer period than others in to a stressful stimuli. (Weber Gagner Flynn, Ann L. (2019).

2.- Nurses, by recognizing the patient’s needs and reactions, they should choose those interventions that it will be the most effective for the particular patient. Sometime during a shift in my organization we have to manage a regular flow of urgent care admissions and Respiratory cases to be treated in the Tent. In this times of pandemic all patients that arrive with COVID-19 like symptoms or Flu like symptoms, are supposed to be triaged and managed in the Respiratory Tent. This tent is located in the parking lot area with all necessary supplies and instruments to diagnose and treat a specific health complaint by patients. This situation can be stressful for staff at some point during the day. Most important intervention for alleviating stress are: anxiety reduction, anger management, relaxation and sleep, proper diet, physical exercise, relaxation techniques and effective time management. Nowadays nurses have in their possession and can choose through a variety of resources in order to help patients to cope stress. The implementation of proper nursing care and the psychological support for stress is always necessary, regardless of its causes.


Folkman, S. & Lazarus, R.S. (1987). An analysis of coping in a middle-aged community sample. Journal of Health & Social Behavior, 21(3), 219-239. Holmes T. ;nd Jex revised 2017 Journalism and leadership Psychology.

Johnson M., Maas M., Moorhead S. Nursing outcomes classification (NOC) (2nd ed.). St. Louis. MO: Mosby, 2015.//251revisedleg.pdf.

Weber Gagner Flynn, Ann L. (2019). Foundation & Introduction to Psychology. New York Journal: Harper Collins.

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