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Background and objective : Teachers play an important role in promoting mental health of students. The present study aimed at analyzing the effect of job stress on mental health of elementary teachers through the moderating role of job burnout. Methods : This study was a non-experimental design correlation one using a structural model investigated the relationship between the variables. A sample of elementary teachers of Azadshahr in Golestan province, Iran was asked to respond to three scales demographic questionnaire, the General Health Questionnaire, and The Maslach Burnout Inventory. To determine the association between variables Pearson correlation coefficient was applied.
This paper introduces a new definition for burnout and investigates the psychometric properties of the Burnout Assessment Tool BAT. In a prior qualitative study, 49 practitioners were interviewed about their conceptualization of burnout part 1. Using a dialectical approach, four core dimensions—exhaustion, mental distance, and impaired emotional and cognitive impairment—and three secondary dimensions—depressed mood, psychological distress, and psychosomatic complaints—emerged, which constitute the basis of the BAT. In the second study, the psychometric characteristics of the BAT were investigated in a representative sample of Flemish employees, focusing on factorial validity, reliability, and construct validity, respectively. Results demonstrate the assumed four-factor structure for the core dimensions, which is best represented by one general burnout factor.
Job stress has become one of the main factors in reducing efficiency and the loss of human resources that may cause physical and psychological adverse effects in employees. Hospital personnel are facing different stressful events, such as birth, pain and death, in a single day. Hence, identifying the job stress rates and related factors may be effective in offering proper strategies. Therefore, the present research was done to study the rate of job stress and burnout in hospital personnel and compare some of the related factors in hospitals personnel of Yazd, Iran. This cross-sectional study was conducted on hospital personnel Male: , Female: in Yazd in — SPSS software and Pearson-product moment correlation and independent-samples t-test were used for data analysis. The mean job stress score was above average.
The relation between work stress and burnout syndrome in a sample of Chilean air traffic controllers. Work is necessity for people, because it allows obtaining goods -directly or indirectly- and achieving satisfactory personal or social compensations. Thus, work has been transcending over the years from the sphere of the economy -obtaining goods- to other relevant aspects of people's lives -satisfaction and quality of life-, generating changes in the ways of working and new social values. According to Aguirre for samples of commercial aircraft pilots, it is possible to conceptualize five potential sources of stress in the work context:. Physical conditions of the workplace: conditions specific to the design and structure of the workplace, such as ventilation, noise, lighting, temperature, layout of the physical work space, rest spaces, hygiene, among others.
Interpretation: No formal norms are available for this measure. Based on the content of the items, a score of suggests the delegate is probably coping adequately with the stress of his or her work. A score of suggests the worker is suffering from work stress and would be wise to take preventive action. A score of suggests possible burn out. A score above 35 indicates probable burn out.
A key organizational strategy to improving clinician well-being is to measure it, develop and implement interventions, and then re-measure it. A variety of dimensions of clinician well-being can be measured including burnout, engagement, and professional satisfaction. Below is a summary of established tools to measure work-related dimensions of well-being. Each tool has advantages and disadvantages and some are more appropriate for specific populations or settings. Scroll below for an overview of each validated instrument to assess work-related dimensions of well-being.
Sat, Mar 13, [ Archive ]. Remember me Create Account Reset Password. Keywords: Job stress , Psychological capital , Job burnout , Mental health. Job stress, also known as workplace stress, is a global problem that arises in a highly stressful work environment. Stress is a natural and integral part of everyday life.
Burnout is a common experience for humanitarians of all kinds, including aid workers, emergency responders, and community caregivers. Take this short self-test to discover your risk-level for burnout. If you believe you are experiencing signs or symptoms of burnout, we have a variety of reading resources for you. If you need to talk to someone, reach out: support headington-institute. Burnout Self-Test.
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