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Levels of work‐related stress were examined in 1,176 employees from the major occupational groups of one large health authority in the UK as a precursor to devising stress management strategies. The six occupational groups (administrative and clerical staff, ancillary personnel, professions...
The Occupational Stress Indicator (OSI) was used to investigate job stress in an ambulance service in the north‐west of England. Seven different aspects of the stress‐strain relationship were assessed and the findings compared with those from the fire service. Ambulance service employees were...
The impact of a major organizational change on general practitioners in the UK was assessed using a postal questionnaire during July‐August 1990. The results were compared with those obtained in a previous survey in November 1987. A total of 917 (61 per cent response rate) general practitioners...
Reports the findings of a study which was undertaken to examine the effects of radical organizational changes, the move towards NHS trust status, on the health and wellbeing of health care workers within a large district hospital and community service. A prospective longitudinal design was...
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