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Occupational stress and job satisfaction in general practice

Lucy Rachel McCarthy

Occupational stress and job satisfaction in general practice

the influence of fundholding and other organisational strategies

by Lucy Rachel McCarthy

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Psychology, Faculty of Science.

StatementLucy Rachel McCarthy.
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In , the BMA book Stress in the Medical Profession defined many GPs' feelings as 'burnout' - a syndrome of emotional exhaustion, depersonalisation, reduced productivity and feelings of low achievement. There are various features of burnout. No one symptom should be taken in isolation. Possible features of burnout include. 1 The terms 'occupational stress', 'work stress', ‘job stress’ and ‘work-related stress’ are used interchangeably in the literature and across different jurisdictions. 2 Stress at work is usually referred to as psychological injury or Size: KB.

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Occupational Stress of Employees working in Private and Public bank in relation to types of Bank and Gender. 3) To know the correlation between Job Satisfaction and Occupational Stress of Private and public Bank employees. Statistical 't'-test and correlation were used for data analysis. The findings of theFile Size: KB.   The results also demonstrated that job satisfaction partially mediated these three significant job stressors on occupational commitment among police officers. Based on the findings reported here, both clear implications for practice and useful suggestions for future research are set by:


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Occupational stress and job satisfaction in general practice by Lucy Rachel McCarthy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bringing together renowned scholars, this handbook contains innovative current empirical and theoretical research in the area of job stress. The workplace is one of the major sources of stress in an individual's life. Placing this important topic in the context of a transactional process, this work is intended to be of use to practitioners working in clinical, organisational, family and health 5/5(2).

Occupational Stress and Job Satisfaction among Nurses Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) 3(4) April w Reads How we measure.

This paper investigates sources of job satisfaction and dissatisfaction in general practice and identifies pressures and difficulties experienced by general practitioners in their work. The study revealed wide spread job satisfaction based on three separate (but independent) aspects of general practice: clinical, psychosocial or by: 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.

Occupational stress in social work practice. can increase social workers' potential for occupational stress, which may result from the nature of work within public, private, non-profit and. This book is comprised of 28 chapters and begins by outlining developments in occupational health practice, along with the monitoring of occupational diseases.

The chapters that follow explore the mental health of people at work and the health effects of vibration, noise, and ionizing radiation in the workplace.

Download file to see previous pages Occupational stress has been found to be associated with a number of factors associated with the organization as well as to factors associated with the individual (Wegge, Schmidt, Parkes, & van Dick, ).

Typical organizational correlates of occupational stress may include task-related factors, interpersonal relationships, career development, the.

Abstract This paper attempts to compare job stress, job satisfaction and mental health of general practitioners (GPs) in England (n = ) and family physicians in Toronto, Canada (n = ) from a questionnaire study.

British GPs experienced less job satisfaction, poorer mental health and significantly greater pressure at work than did their Canadian by: Occupational stress amongst general practice dentists By Cary L.

Cooper, Jane Watts, A. Baglioni, Mike Kelly This study assessed the mental well-being and job satisfaction of a random sample of dentists in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern by: The purpose of this study was to determine the overall job satisfaction and stress in general level of the occupational health nurse.

By determining the overall job satisfaction and stress in general level, it may be possible to predict if nurses plan to leaveAuthor: Angela Ballard. Abstract This study investigated factors associated with the perceptions of stress reported by nurses in a general hospital environment in the UK.

The levels and sources of stress experienced by nursing staff were examined in relation to the type of ward or department, and nursing grade. The association between reported stress and job satisfaction was also by:   Occupational stress was identified during the s as one of the top ten occupational health problems in the United States and likely throughout the Western industrialized nations.

Sauter, Murphy, and Hurrell [ 4 ] began developing a prevention agenda for addressing what some called an epidemic of by: There are several types of occupational stress, depending on the individual employee, their job role, the company culture, and more.

Major causes of occupational stress While the sources of occupational stress can vary from person to person, it’s important to know that employees of all organizations—regardless of how big or how small they.

Job Dissatisfaction. When job stress becomes increasingly difficult to control, it often leads to job dissatisfaction. The most commonly used definition of job satisfaction is given by Locke () who defined it as “ a pleasurable or positive emotional state resulting from the appraisal of one’s job or job experiences” (p.

This. According to some studies (Johnson et al., ), employees with low occupational stress have more job satisfaction than employees with high occupational stress. The result of some studies showed that there is a strong negative relationship between occupational stress and job satisfaction (Sweeney and Quirin, ; Lambert et al., ).

StudiesCited by: 4. Occupational stress is a broad concept that has been defined in a variety of ways in the popular and professional literature.

It is generally agreed that occupational stress consists of the harmful physical and psychological consequences to individuals that result when an imbalance exists between demands of the work environment and individual needs, abilities, and [ ].

sickness, decreased quality, and quantity of practice, increased costs of health care, and decreased job satisfaction. One of the vital impacts of occupational stress is on job performance. Occupational stress is a mental and physical condition, which affects an individual’s productivity, effectiveness, personal health and quality of Size: KB.

The occupational stress and risk of it among the employees Mohajan, Haradhan Job stress can be defined as the harmful physical and emotional responses that occur when the requirements of the job do not match the capabilities, resources, or needs of the worker, diagnosing occupational stress, combining both the sources and the effects of File Size: KB.

The Physiology of Job Stress. Occupational stress is one of the major health hazards of the modern workplace (in which CWA members are employed). It accounts for much of the physical illness, substance abuse, and family problems experienced by millions of blue and white-collar workers.

This study investigated the impact of occupational stress on job satisfaction and mental health of First Bank employees, Lagos-East, Lagos, Nigeria. The purpose of this study is to find out if occupational stress would impact job satisfaction and mental health of Size: KB.

the clinical practice of EM beyond ten years.7 The present study was designed to further define job satisfaction and stress among EPs.

Specifically, in- dividual sources of stress and dis- satisfaction with the practice of EM were identified as were the physi- cians’ responses to these stresses.

METHODS Study Design and PopulationCited by: I NTRODUCTION. Occupational stress will result in decreasing the efficiency and increasing the occupational hazards inside and outside the work environment.[] According to some estimates, job stress has been the main factor in 70% of absenteeism cases and nearly wasting of 10% of the country’s gross domestic product.[] The British Health Education Authority has introduced the nursing jobs.

A number of major studies of occupational stress have examined purportedly highly stressful jobs such as air traffic controllers, police officers, and military personnel.

Little is known about the stress, satisfaction, and physical well-being associated with the job of by: 7.