The role of autonomy and social support in the relation between psychosocial safety climate and stress in health care workers

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Bo M. Havermans; Cécile R. L. Boot; Irene L. D. Houtman; Evelien P. M. Brouwers; Johannes R. Anema; Allard J. van der Beek;
(2017)

Abstract Background Health care workers are exposed to psychosocial work factors. Autonomy and social support are psychosocial work factors that are related to stress, and are argued to largely result from the psychosocial safety climate within organisations. This study... View more
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