Browsing Community Mental Health by Author "ABDALLAH G. M. SALEM"
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- Itemاستراتيجيات مواجهة الضغوط النفسية وعلاقتها بالتنظيم الانفعالي لدى مقدمي خدمات الاسعاف والطوارىء في قطاع غزة(Al-Quds University, 2020-06-06) ABDALLAH G. M. SALEM; عبدالله غسان محمد سالمThe complete census method respondents are paramedics in Gaza Strip where the purpose of this survey was to assess the relationship of coping strategies between psychological distress and emotional regulation among paramedics. To reach the goal of the survey; the researcher conducted analytical descriptive approach by forming 12 questions and to verify these questions; the sample frame consists of 283 male paramedics who are working in Ministry of Health and Palestinian Red Crescent where only 219 out of 283 responded (77.3%). The researcher used Coping strategies Scale and Emotional Regulation Scale. The most Significant findings: statistically, there is a significant relationship between coping strategies with psychological distress and emotional regulation styles among the paramedics. The results revealed 43.8% paramedics were targeted shooting (injured). The results showed there is no significant statistical differences in the dimensions of coping strategies except (confusion and escape dimension) related to age variable who are less than 30-year-old and who have less than 5 years of experience. In one hand, the survey revealed there is no significant statistical differences in the job title variable; except (confusion and escape, Affiliation, positive reappraisal dimension's) for paramedics. In addition to there is no significant statistical differences in number of family's member variable, except (self- control), for who has none. On other hand to the contrary, there are no statistical differences in the dimensions of coping strategies and other variables: Marital Status, Monthly Income, residence, and injured). Finally, there is no significant differences in all of emotional regulation dimensions attributed to demographical variables; the researcher recommends to conduct intensive long term studies for paramedics, to have manual about coping strategies of psychological stress and to conduct training and rehabilitation for paramedics who are less than 30-year-old and have less than 5 years experiences to enhance their resilience.