Beliefs, attachment style and secondary trauma\ud as predictors of burnout in care staff for looked\ud after children.

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Klama, Eve Katrin;
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Work-related stress (including burnout and occupational stress) are an increasing\ud threat to people’s wellbeing at work. Despite their common occurrence among\ud staff in healthcare settings, little effort has been put into researching unregistered\ud care staff. This... View more
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