Occupational Stress: Preventing Suffering, Enhancing Wellbeing†
AbstractOccupational stress is a known health risk for a range of psychological, behavioral, and medical disorders and diseases. Organizations and individuals can mitigate these disorders through preventive stress management and enhanced wellbeing. This article addresses, first, the known health risk evidence related to occupational stress; second, the use of preventive stress management in organizations as the framework for intervention; and third, the emerging domain of enhancing wellbeing, which strengthens the individual. Premature death and disability along with chronic suffering from occupational stress are not inevitable, despite being known outcome risks. View Full-Text
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Quick, J.C.; Henderson, D.F. Occupational Stress: Preventing Suffering, Enhancing Wellbeing. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2016, 13, 459.
Quick JC, Henderson DF. Occupational Stress: Preventing Suffering, Enhancing Wellbeing. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2016; 13(5):459.Chicago/Turabian Style
Quick, James C.; Henderson, Demetria F. 2016. "Occupational Stress: Preventing Suffering, Enhancing Wellbeing." Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 13, no. 5: 459.
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