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1988 110
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Psychological stress and the human immune system: a meta-analytic study of 30 years of inquiry.
Segerstrom SC and Miller GE. Psychol Bull 2004. PMID 15250815 Free PMC article.
The present report meta-analyzes more than 300 empirical articles describing a relationship between psychological stress and parameters of the immune system in human participants. ...Subjective reports of stress generally did not associate with immune change. In some cases, physical vulnerability as a function of age or disease also increased vulnerability to immune change during stressors....
The present report meta-analyzes more than 300 empirical articles describing a relationship between psychological stress and p …
Burnout-depression overlap: a review
Bianchi R, et al. Clin Psychol Rev 2015 - Review. PMID 25638755
Relationship between perceived occupational stress and psychological well-being among secondary school heads in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.
Suleman Q, et al. PLoS One 2018. PMID 30540807 Free PMC article.
For gathering information from the participants, two standardized tools i.e., "Occupational Stress Index (OSI)" and "Ryff's Psychological Wellbeing Scale (RPWB)" were used for measuring perceived occupational stress and psychological well-being respectively. ...The findings revealed that there is a strong negative correlation between perceived occupational stress and psychological well-being. ...
For gathering information from the participants, two standardized tools i.e., "Occupational Stress Index (OSI)" and "Ryff's Psycho
Occupational stress, burnout and personality in anesthesiologists.
van der Wal RAB, et al. Curr Opin Anaesthesiol 2018 - Review. PMID 29474215
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: There is a growing awareness of the problem of occupational stress and burnout among anesthesiologists. Occupational stress was found to be related to burnout, a process that is supposed to be moderated by personality. ...SUMMARY: Strategies to alleviate stress and hence the development of burnout should not only be directed at adapting occupational or organizational factors but also at equipping anesthesiologists with psychological tools to deal with occupational stress. ...
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: There is a growing awareness of the problem of occupational stress and burnout among anesthesiologists. Occupation …
Debrief in Emergency Departments to Improve Compassion Fatigue and Promote Resiliency
Schmidt M and Haglund K. J Trauma Nurs 2017 - Review. PMID 28885522
The Personal Reflective Debrief is one way emergency nurses can alleviate some of this caring-related stress and thereby become more resilient. Increasing nurses' resilience to workplace stress can counter compassion fatigue. The key is to provide planned, proactive resources to positively improve resiliency....
The Personal Reflective Debrief is one way emergency nurses can alleviate some of this caring-related stress and thereby become more …
Are ENT surgeons in the UK at risk of stress, psychological morbidities and burnout? A national questionnaire survey.
Vijendren A, et al. Surgeon 2018. PMID 26993760
INTRODUCTION: Work-related stress, psychological disorders and burnout are common occupational disorders affecting UK doctors. ...No meaningful differences were found between stress, psychological morbidity and burnout with grade of ENT surgeon, years of experience in ENT and subspecialty within ENT....
INTRODUCTION: Work-related stress, psychological disorders and burnout are common occupational disorders affecting UK doctors. …
Psychological stress declines rapidly from age 50 in the United States: Yet another well-being paradox.
Stone AA, et al. J Psychosom Res 2017. PMID 29167044 Free PMC article.
We explore a negative indicator of experiential well-being (perceived stress), examine its association with age, and explore possible determinants of the age pattern. ...To confirm this pattern, data on stress was analyzed from the American Time Use Survey and data on distress was analyzed from the Health and Retirement Survey. ...
We explore a negative indicator of experiential well-being (perceived stress), examine its association with age, and explore possible …
[Relationship of personality with job burnout and psychological stress risk in clinicians].
Huang L, et al. Zhonghua Lao Dong Wei Sheng Zhi Ye Bing Za Zhi 2015. PMID 25916352 Chinese.
Personality had both direct and indirect effects on psychological stress. Neuroticism had the strongest effect on psychological stress, with an effect size of 0.55. CONCLUSION: Clinicians have a high level of both job burnout and mental psychological stress risk. Personality is significantly correlated with job burnout and psychological stress risk. ...
Personality had both direct and indirect effects on psychological stress. Neuroticism had the strongest effect on psycholog
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