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Background: Nowadays, Job stress has been known as an important factor in reducing the level of organizational efficiency and employee’s health. The goal of this study was evaluating occupational stress components among the operating room staff of Zahedan educational hospitals.
Materials and Methods: This descriptive study was conducted on 105operating room staff working in Zahedan educational hospitals in 2014. The census method was used for sampling. Needed information was collected via Osipow’s questionnaire that includes two sections. The first part is regarding personal information and the second one includes 60 questions about job stress in 6 subgroups of stress factors. Data was analyzed using SPSS (v.15) and descriptive statistics.
Results: in this study, the mean score of job stresses among employees of operation room was 204.40 ±21.24 rating in the low stress range. In addition, the most participants, 58.1%, suffered from low level stress.
Conclusion: because that role ambiguity was the most effective job stressors, this is essential to consider and modify this factor. For this purpose, defining and determining of staff’s responsibilities is suggested to increase their job autonomy.