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Police work experiences and their relationship to burnout and organizational citizenship behaviour
Recent police stress literature has consistently asserted that organizational aspects of work, rather than operational ones, are identified by officers as being the most stressful. Exposure to perceived workplace stress ...
The prevalence of burnout in minor hockey coaches
The purpose of this study was to investigate the degree of burnout among minor hockey league coaches as assessed by the Adapted Maslach Burnout Inventory and Golembiewski's Phase Model of Burnout, and to identify various ...
Workshop intervention approach to nursing stress management
This research project presented a total of six twelve-hour stress management workshops to twenty-eight female registered nurses. They were recruited from general hospitals, medical offices, and nursing homes. Topics ...