Research on work-related stress

Published on Jan 1, 2000
Tom Cox35
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Published on Jan 1, 1997in Acta physiologica Scandinavica
Theorell T1
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Published on Jan 1, 1987
Theodora Abel2
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Rhoda Bubendey Métraux4
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Samuel Roll12
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Fumio Kobayashi24
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Hikari Furui4
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+ 2 AuthorsHiroshi Horibe12
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The effects of changing from a full-day to a half-day shift work before a night duty shift on physiological and psychological functions during the night shift were investigated in 12 healthy unmarried nurses working on the same ward of a university hospital. Three shift patterns, i.e., a day shift following a day shift, a night shift following a day shift, and a night shift following a half-day shift, were studied in terms of physical activity level, sympathetic and parasympathetic activity leve...
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Marilyn J. Davidson27
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Cary L. Cooper81
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Published on May 1, 1999in Canadian Journal of Cardiology 4.52
Arthur Hm1
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Garfinkel Pe1
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Irvine J1
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Published on Jan 1, 1971
Donald E. Broadbent46
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(Medical Research Council)
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Published on Jan 1, 1969in Industrial medicine & surgery
J. R. P. French1
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R. D. Chaplan1
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Gabriele Cevenini26
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(University of Siena),
Ilaria Fratini1
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Roberto Gambassi1
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(University of Siena)
Objective We propose a method for a reliable quantitative measure of subjectively perceived occupational stress applicable in any company to enhance occupational safety and psychosocial health, to enable precise prevention policies and intervention and to improve work quality and efficiency.
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Work Related Stress and Work - Family Interference (WRS & WFI) gives high annoyance to work life and family life. In these circumstances Support from Work and Home (SWH) is vital for working people. This study aims at determining and establishing a relationship between WRS & WFI and SWH among women employees in Indian southern railways. The study employs the, Carlson - Perrew's WRS, Carlson - Kacmar - Wayne's WFI and Nora Madjar - Greg - Oldham and Michael G. Pratt ‘s SWH inventories to quantify...
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Published on Nov 1, 2015in Presse Medicale 0.92
Marie-Laure Clinet1
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Benoît Vaysse1
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+ 2 AuthorsCécile Manaouil5
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INTRODUCTION: The main objective of this study was to estimate prevalence on the liberal general practitioners. The secondary objectives are to identify the possible brakes with the declaration in the monitoring observatory for security of the doctors as well as to determine if the feminization of the profession was associated with the situations violence. METHODS: A questionnaire in 5 parts was submitted by telephone to 146 drawn lots liberal general practitioners. It approached the undergone p...
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Published on Jan 1, 2015in Journal of Music Therapy 1.69
Bolette Daniels Beck2
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(Aalborg University),
Åse Marie Hansen27
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(University of Copenhagen),
Christian Gold25
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(Uni Health)
Long-term stress-related sick leave constitutes a serious health threat and an economic burden on both the single worker and the society. Effective interventions for the rehabilitation and facilitation of return to work are needed.The aim of the study was to examine the effects of Guided Imagery and Music (GIM), a psychotherapy intervention including relaxation, music listening, and imagery, on biopsychosocial measures of work-related stress.Twenty Danish workers on sick leave were randomized to...
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Published on Dec 1, 2015in Safety and health at work
Dimitrios Toukas1
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(United Kingdom Ministry of Labour),
Miltiadis Delichas1
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(United Kingdom Ministry of Labour)
+ 1 AuthorsAnastasia Spyrouli1
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(United Kingdom Ministry of Labour)
Significant changes in the past year have taken place in the world of work that are bringing new challenges with regard to employee safety and health. These changes have led to emerging psychosocial risks (PSRs) at work. The risks are primarily linked to how work is designed, organized, and managed, and to the economic and social frame of work. These factors have increased the level of work-related stress and can lead to serious deterioration in mental and physical health. In tackling PSRs, the ...
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Published on Oct 1, 2016in Safety Science 2.83
Linn Iren Vestly Bergh4
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(Statoil),
Siri Hinna2
Estimated H-index: 2
(Statoil)
+ 1 AuthorsG.I.J.M. Zwetsloot16
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(University of Nottingham)
The objective of this paper is to present and discuss a pilot study for conducting internal psychosocial risk auditing in the oil and gas industry, focusing on offshore units. Psychosocial risk auditing is a proactive method for monitoring the status of psychosocial factors influencing the risk of stress and ill-health in the oil and gas industry. It is a systematic and independent assessment of the status of psychosocial factors and barriers, it reveals non-compliance with requirements and best...
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Maja Meško5
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(University of Primorska),
Ivan Erenda1
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+ 3 AuthorsVasja Roblek4
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The main purpose of the study is to identify the symptoms of stress, strategies for coping with stress, and absenteeism among Slovenian middle management. The survey covered 211 middle-level managers employed in large and medium-sized enterprises in Slovenia. The data was collected by using two questionnaires. The first questionnaire was used in order to determine stress coping strategies (questionnaire of coping with stress CRI). The second questionnaire was used to identify stress loads and sy...
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Published on Jan 1, 2009in Theoretical and Applied Economics
Yeo Suh-Suh1
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(Universiti Malaysia Sarawak),
Mohd Na’eim Ajis3
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(Universiti Utara Malaysia),
Noor Faizzah Dollah2
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(Universiti Utara Malaysia)
This study was conducted to examine the effect of emotional intelligence in the relationship between occupational stress and job performance using 104 usable questionnaires gathered from academic employees who work in private institutions of higher learning in Kuching City, Malaysia. The outcomes of testing research hypothesis using a stepwise regression analysis showed that relationship between occupational stress and emotional intelligence significantly correlated with job performance. Statist...
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Jonathan Houdmont12
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(University of Nottingham),
Robert Kerr8
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(Ulster University),
Raymond Randall17
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Purpose: There is a paucity of contemporary evidence on the organizational (as opposed to operational) psychosocial hazard (OPH) exposures of UK police officers. The purpose of this study is to report on OPH exposures measured via an instrument developed by the UK government - the Management Standards Indicator Tool - among police officers sampled from an entire UK force. The study provides reference values for UK police officers’ OPH exposures, considers these in relation to government exposure...
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Published on Jun 1, 2014in International Journal of Nursing Knowledge 0.90
Sarah Ashley Smith2
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(University of Hawaii at Hilo)
Purpose This critical literature review explored the current state of the science regarding mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) as a potential intervention to improve the ability of nurses to effectively cope with stress. Methods Literature sources include searches from EBSCOhost, Gale PowerSearch, ProQuest, PubMed Medline, Google Scholar, Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, and reference lists from relevant articles. Findings Empirical evidence regarding utilizing MBSR with nurses and ot...
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