MSAH (Master of Science in Allied Health)
Date of Award
Committee Chair or Co-Chairs
Ester L. Verhovsek
Randy L. Byington, Susan B. Epps
The purpose of this modified replication study is to examine the relationship between the stress levels and the wellness practices of U.S. radiologic technology program directors and to determine if correlations exist between wellness practices and stress levels of the group. Additionally, relaxation activities and the feelings, characteristics, and symptoms associated with stress were considered. The design of the study was ex post facto correlational. The population of the study was U.S. radiologic technology program directors working in JRCERT accredited programs. The electronic instrument was distributed to 635 program directors through e-mail, with 424 (66.7%) usable returns. Significant associations were found between the management of stress and the balance of wellness practices for the RT program directors. It was concluded that while program directors showed significant control in stressful events and issues, continued efforts are needed to promote wellness practices into their busy lives.
Thesis - Open Access
Pennington, Jesse D., "The Relationship of Stress Levels to Wellness Practices Among U.S. Radiologic Technology Program Directors" (2013). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Paper 1195. http://dc.etsu.edu/etd/1195
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