Subject: health professionals | post-traumatic | Psychology | stress disorders | Hypothesis & Theory Article | burnout | resilience | workplace | professional | theoretical model
When not managed effectively, high levels of workplace stress can lead to several negative personal and performance outcomes. Some professional groups work in highly stressful settings and are therefore particularly at risk of conditions such as anxiety, depression, sec... View more
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