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Stress in Health Professionals

Author: Roy Payne

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015009880983

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

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This book is aimed at occupational, clinical and health psychologists, nurses, doctors, paramedical staff and all who manage people in health settings. The editors have invited an international team of authors to review the literature with a focus on three main questions: how much stress there is, what stressors cause it and what can be done to help individuals and organizations cope with its consequences. The unique stresses arising from caring for the sick and dying are particularly explored.
Stress in Health Professionals
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This book is aimed at occupational, clinical and health psychologists, nurses, doctors, paramedical staff and all who manage people in health settings. The editors have invited an international team of authors to review the literature with a focus on three main questions: how much stress there is, what stressors cause
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