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Autoestima, resiliència, estrès acadèmic i risc de suïcidi entre els estudiants d’infermeria: projecte finalitzat

Introduction: Nowadays suicide it is considered as a public health problem that affects about one million people worldwide every year and has become the second leading cause of death among people aged 15 to 29 years. In Catalonia during the year 2015, around 500 cases of suicide were registered, which represented 13.7% of the total suicide in Spain. Students from university are in this age range, that’s why it has become a population at risk. In this way, conducting a study to know the risk of suicide on the nursing students of the University of Girona taking into account self-esteem, resilience and academic stress will allow an assessment in this population. Objectives: Identify the suicidal ideations and behaviors on the nursing students at the University of Girona, as well as the relationship between self-esteem, resilience, academic stress at the risk of suicide. Methodology: A descriptive cross-sectional study of students who are studying one up to four courses in Nursing degree during the 2017-2018 academic year. The sociodemographic and clinical characteristics of the students were analyzed, as well as the relationship between the risk of suicide, self-esteem, resilience and academic stress. Results: 12.1% of nursing students are at risk of suicide, and 4% have adopted a suicidal behavior some time. Total average scores are similar in the scales of self-esteem, resilience and academic stress, except in the risk of suicide where scores have been higher in men. However, from the total number of students who are sufering this risk, 14 are women while 7 are men. The puntuations of suicide risk correlate negatively and significantly with self-esteem, resilience and academic stress. Conclusions: The results conclude that students with low self-esteem, have difficulties adapting to and face adverse situations and suffer a high level of academic stress may present a higher risk of suicide. Thus, identifying self-esteem as an important factor involved in suicide risk can be useful for future prevention programs

Manager: Ballester Ferrando, David
Other contributions: Universitat de Girona. Facultat d’Infermeria
Author: Calvo Hernández, Adriana
Date: 2018
Abstract: Introduction: Nowadays suicide it is considered as a public health problem that affects about one million people worldwide every year and has become the second leading cause of death among people aged 15 to 29 years. In Catalonia during the year 2015, around 500 cases of suicide were registered, which represented 13.7% of the total suicide in Spain. Students from university are in this age range, that’s why it has become a population at risk. In this way, conducting a study to know the risk of suicide on the nursing students of the University of Girona taking into account self-esteem, resilience and academic stress will allow an assessment in this population. Objectives: Identify the suicidal ideations and behaviors on the nursing students at the University of Girona, as well as the relationship between self-esteem, resilience, academic stress at the risk of suicide. Methodology: A descriptive cross-sectional study of students who are studying one up to four courses in Nursing degree during the 2017-2018 academic year. The sociodemographic and clinical characteristics of the students were analyzed, as well as the relationship between the risk of suicide, self-esteem, resilience and academic stress. Results: 12.1% of nursing students are at risk of suicide, and 4% have adopted a suicidal behavior some time. Total average scores are similar in the scales of self-esteem, resilience and academic stress, except in the risk of suicide where scores have been higher in men. However, from the total number of students who are sufering this risk, 14 are women while 7 are men. The puntuations of suicide risk correlate negatively and significantly with self-esteem, resilience and academic stress. Conclusions: The results conclude that students with low self-esteem, have difficulties adapting to and face adverse situations and suffer a high level of academic stress may present a higher risk of suicide. Thus, identifying self-esteem as an important factor involved in suicide risk can be useful for future prevention programs
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Document access: http://hdl.handle.net/10256/15732
Language: cat
Collection: Infermeria (TFG)
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
Rights URI: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
Subject: Estudiants universitaris -- Psicologia
College students -- Psychology
Autoestima
Self-esteem
Resiliència (Tret de la personalitat)
Resilience (Personality trait)
Estudiants universitaris -- Conducta suïcida
College students -- Suicidal behavior
Title: Autoestima, resiliència, estrès acadèmic i risc de suïcidi entre els estudiants d’infermeria: projecte finalitzat
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
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