International Journal of Research Studies in Management
CollabWritive Special Issue
2023 Volume 11 Issue 12
Available Online: 31 December 2023
Jalbuena, Jefferson E.
Graduate School, Lyceum of the Philippines University – Batangas, Philippines
During the early stages of the pandemic virus outbreak, an excessive workload has been linked to negative health outcomes, including exhaustion and physical symptoms as well as job satisfaction, mental well-being, job strain, depression and distress. These negative health effects were evaluated during the early stage of the pandemic virus outbreak. These outcomes were measured and studied during the early phases of the pandemic virus outbreak. The word “quality of life” refers to the overall health of a person or culture, taking into account both positive and negative aspects of life. It consists of an individual’s or community’s goals and dreams for a happy and successful existence. There’s been a tremendous development in the use of health-related quality-of-life assessment in medical research during the last decade. Based on the researcher’s findings and my personal experience during the COVID-19 Pandemic, which is set to begin in 2020. There have been various changes in the health of nurses and quality of life that I have observed. Due to increase workload and the need to rest after work, several nurses find it difficult to eat during and after work. In addition, some nurses find it difficult to carry out common health activities like working out, going to the gym and jogging. Several of them experienced emotional anxiety and depression, which is why I devised this research, the goal of which is to investigate the work to quality of life of professional nurses in the province of Batangas using an interview guide question.
Keywords: healthcare, pandemic, work-life balance, millennials, generation Z nurses, professional practice
Cite this article:
Jalbuena, J. E. (2023). Work to quality of life among millennials and generation Z nurses in professional practice. International Journal of Research Studies in Management, 11(12), 113-125. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrsm.2023.1158