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Background: Corona virus with rapid and extensive epidemic has understandable forced devastating outcomes in a variety of portions of individual living. Accordingly, Undergraduates College students supposed negative psychological health forces during COVID. Innovative strategies for rallying student requires are essential. Undergraduate students reported more perceived stress.
Aim: to explore student nurse's with chronic diseases perceptions of stress using Pender's health promotion model during COVID 19 outbreak at Nursing Department, Applied Medical Sciences College at University of Bisha, Saudi Arabia.
Subject and methods: A cross-sectional study was carried out from 30 january 2022 to june 2022. Nursing Department, Applied Medical Sciences College at University of Bisha, Saudi Arabia responded to the self-administered online survey. one tool includes 2 main parts are used , namely sociodemographic characteristics of nurse's students and Chronic disease and stress management exam anxiety includes 39 items adapted from Zamoush & Amar, 2014 which chronic diseases classifications includes 8 selected items and 31 items used to obtain the relevant extent of anxiety and stress during exam period were used. Statistical analysis such as frequency, percentage, were used for the descriptive analysis.
Results: There are a statistically significant relation between nursing student's anxiety level during exams and their academic year, the extent of anxiety they feel during exam period and thought of not entering the test because of exam and between nursing students' sociodemographic data and their chronic diseases mainly in the items related to student's age and their academic year.
Conclusion &recommendations: the anxiety levels of exams among nursing students suffered from chronic diseases at Nursing Department, Applied Medical Sciences College at University of Bisha, Saudi Arabia were moderate and there was a relationship between anxiety from exams among nursing students and their chronic diseases. Future research should propose and evaluate techniques for lowering anxiety in nursing students and being planned in the near future to see if the students' anxiety levels have changed, as well as their usage of various coping mechanisms to deal with the situation's problems.