6 edition of Intervention in occupational stress found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -189) and index.
|Statement||Randall R. Ross and Elizabeth M. Altmaier.|
|Contributions||Altmaier, Elizabeth M.|
|LC Classifications||RC967.5 .R67 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||196 p. :|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||94065025|
Research in Occupational Stress and Well Being available volumes. The Role of Demographics in Occupational Stress and Well Being, Volume 12 Emotional and Physiological Processes and Positive Intervention Strategies, Volume 3; Historical and Current Perspectives on Stress and Health, Volume 2. Occupational Stress. Michelle Filipo, R.N “Job-related stress has created a crisis that largely goes unrecognized by employers.”.
In this paper, the author reviewed the empirical researches into occupational stress interventions conducted in India within the past 10 years. They studied the evidence published and the quality of the evidence base. All intervention studies were conducted in the public sector. Only 1 study reached the gold. A rational-emotive group intervention for preventing and coping with stress amongst safety officers. Journal of Rational-Emotive Cognitive-Behavior Therapy – Lambert, M. J. and Bergin, A. E. ().
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`This book focuses on intervention strategies which can be employed by human resource and occupational health professionals, stress management specialists and, of course, professional counsellors, to help both individuals and organizations to recover from, manage, and most importantly, to prevent or minimize stress-related problems in the work Author: Randall Ross.
Next is an examination of various model testing formats, followed by a section on occupational stress research and coping mechanisms. Fourth is a collection of articles on the subject of burnout, and the book closes with two distinct interventions directed at stress reduction.5/5(2).
`This book focuses on intervention strategies which can be employed by human resource and occupational health professionals, stress management specialists and, of course, professional counsellors, to help both individuals and organizations to recover from, manage, and most importantly, to prevent or minimize stress-related problems in the work.
`This book focuses on intervention strategies which can be employed by human resource and occupational health professionals, stress management specialists and, of course, professional counsellors, to help both individuals and organizations to recover from, manage, and most importantly, to prevent or minimize stress-related problems in the work /5(2).
Occupational stress interventions were discussed. The discussion considered the rationale for conducting occupational stress interventions, the types of intervention strategies for preventing occupational stress, and whether or not stress interventions are really effective.
An excellent introduction. Readers of this journal looking for a brief but comprehensive introduction to the field of stress management will find this book to be more than adequate for this purpose.
Perhaps the book's greatest strength is the way it has managed to combine insights and research from both occupational psychology and clinical psychology to tackle workplace stress.
Get this from a library. Intervention in occupational stress: a handbook of counselling for stress at work. [Randall R Ross; Elizabeth M Altmaier]. Occupational stress can lead to one's physical or mental state in response to workplace that pose a challenge to that employee.
Causes of occupational stress Author: Muhammad Iqbal Hashmi. For all work-related ill health, the HSE recommends early intervention as a key aspect of ensuring the best outcome for the employee and employer.
Tackling the risk factors for work-related stress. There’s lots of good advice about what to do to tackle stress issues on the HSE’s what are the management standards pages. In particular, there.
Intervention. When the focus of occupational stress is the individual, the emphasis of intervention is on helping the individual to manage the stress being experienced in a way that minimizes or eliminates the negative impact of stress on work performance and the individual’s health.
Intervention designed to improve the performance, uptake or participation in hobbies, leisure or recreational activities. Relaxation / stress management: Interventions designed to reduce anxiety, muscular tension, and stress. occupational rehabilitation, workplace/industrial issues, volunteering, and occupational health and safety.
research on occupational stress interventions conducted in Australia in the last 10 years. Similar to Kompier and Cooper (), our intention was to focus our efforts on research in which a specific intervention to reduce stress had been implemented and evaluated.
It File Size: 82KB. In this introduction to the special issue, the current key issues in the area of occupational, stress and its management are summarized. These include the link between stress and ill health, job.
Reported job stress in the U.S. workforce is on the increase. Among the causes are downsizing, reorganization, the pressures of global competition, and constantly changing new technology. This edited book of empirical studies presents models for job stress intervention at both the individual level and at the organizational and policy : Introduction.
Working in an emergency department (ED) is associated with high levels of stress. 1 Multiple organizational factors such as overcrowding, excessive workload, staff shortages and budget constraints may lead to occupational stress.
2 Staff stress levels can be further escalated after exposure to traumatic events or staff conflicts with inadequate support from colleagues or. Occupational stress is psychological stress related to one's job.
Occupational stress often stems from pressures that do not align with a person's knowledge, skills, or expectations. Job stress can increase when workers do not feel supported by supervisors or colleagues, feel as if they have little control over work processes, or find that their efforts on the job are incomensurate with the.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Randall Ross, Elizabeth Altmaier. In this book multi-disciplinary contributors representing a wide range of interests in the workplace provide an easy-to ready practical approach to the topic of occupational stress. The practical theme of this book is reinforced by the inclusion of a sample stress policy, questionnaires, advice on holding stress seminars with specimen overheads.
Occupational Stress in Law Enforcement & Intervention Strategies Stress in law enforcement is ors vary by individual and because of that combatting stress is law enforcement is not an easy strokes and blanket programs are used in an effort to reach the greatest number of employees with strategies designed to prevent and reduce stress in the field of law.
Increased occupational stress among nurses with rotating shifts was reported to be related to demographic factors such as age, marital status, job tenure, job title, unit type, and hospital type.7 While the present study analyzed the characteristics and trends of stress among nurses, it seems important to also assess such factors in future Author: Yoko Miyoshi.
Occupational Stress Management and Burnout Interventions in Nursing and Their Implications for Healthy Work Environments: A Literature Review. Nowrouzi B(1), Lightfoot N(2), Larivière M(2), Carter L(3), Rukholm E(2), Schinke R(2), Belanger-Gardner D(4).Cited by: Effects of Occupational Stress Management Intervention Programs: A Meta-Analysis Katherine M.
Richardson and Hannah R. Rothstein Baruch College, City University of New York A meta-analysis was conducted to determine the effectiveness of stress management interventions in occupational settings.Book Review | Ap Depression, Stress, and Adaptations in the Elderly: Psychological Assessment and Intervention American Journal of Occupational Therapy, Author: Joan C.