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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
1

Stories of self-care lessons learned and shared /

Petker, Carla Jane January 2009 (has links)
Thesis (M.Ed.)--University of Alberta, 2009. / Title from pdf file main screen (viewed August 10, 2009). "A thesis submitted to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Education in Counselling Psychology, Educational Psychology, University of Alberta." Includes bibliographical references.
2

Stress and clinical instruction

Crowe-Joong, Elizabeth January 1988 (has links)
No description available.
3

Die belewenis van stres deur bestuurders van Suid-Afrikaanse Vrouefederasie-tehuise en-behuisingskemas

Lamprecht, Verlaine 31 March 2009 (has links)
M.A. / Stres is ’n welbekende verskynsel in hedendaagse tye wat ’n ernstige impak het op die maatskaplike funksionering van mense. Individue ervaar dikwels hierdie impak veral binne hul werkomgewings, wat ’n direkte impak het op hul prestasies, medewerkers en kliënte. Binne diensorganisasies, soos die Suid-Afrikaanse Vrouefederasie, is daar vele uitdagings wat daagliks verskeie stresvolle situasies vir werknemers tot gevolg het. Wanneer hierdie situasies nie korrek hanteer word deur die beskikbaarheid en toepassing van doelgerigte intervensies, effektiewe streshanteringsvaardighede en ondersteuningsnetwerke nie, kan dit die kwaliteit diens negatief beïnvloed. Bestuurders van tehuise en behuisingskemas vir bejaardes en gestremdes vervul ’n baie verantwoordelike rol in hierdie inrigtings. Hierdie individue is aanspreeklik vir elke personeellid, inwoner en aksie wat vanuit die inrigting van stapel gestuur word. Deur middel van professionele waarneming deur die navorser, erkenning deur sekere van die bestuurders dat hulle wel stres ervaar, asook twee stresmetings, is vasgestel dat stres beslis ’n realiteit is binne die maatskaplike sisteme waarbinne hierdie individue funksioneer. Verskeie faktore dra by tot die belewenis van hul stres, waarby organisatoriese strukture, werkomstandighede, interpersoonlike verhoudings en verwagtinge slegs ’n paar is. Hierdie navorsingstudie se fokus is veral daarop gerig om te bepaal watter van hierdie faktore wel ’n rol speel sodat aanbevelings en riglyne vir die SAVF se oorweging aangebied kan word. Dit was die navorser se voorneme om deur middel van hierdie studie ‘n professionele ondersoek van stapel te stuur na die belewenis van stres deur bestuurders werksaam in die SAVF, sodat riglyne vanuit die ondersoek se resultate saamgestel kon word. Hierdie riglyne se doel is tweevoudig, eerstens om die individuele maatskaplike funksionering van die bestuurders te bevorder en tweedens om ’n positiewe impak op die kwaliteit diens wat vanuit hierdie strukture gelewer word, te fasiliteer. Stres is ‘n verskynsel wat dikwels ontken word en beslis nie die nodige erkenning en korrekte aandag ontvang nie. Veral binne diensorganisasies word die klem van ondersteuning en hulp hoofsaaklik op die kliëntesisteme geplaas, en dikwels word daar van diegene wat die diens lewer, se maatskaplike behoeftes vergeet. Met hierdie studie hoop die navorser om ’n positiewe bydrae te lewer om hierdie tendens effektief aan te pak.
4

A study of the relationship between occupational stress and person-environment fit

Filkins, Carol R. January 1990 (has links)
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between personenvironment fit (P-E fit) and occupational stress. All 31 employees of the University Police Department of Ball State University were invited to participate in the study on a voluntary basis, and were assured anonymity. Participants completed a demographic information sheet and three questionnaires: the Work Environment Scale, Ideal (WES-I) and Real (WES-R) versions, and the Occupational Stress Inventory (OSI). Twenty-two participants turned in completed test packets. Raw scores were calculated and graphed for individuals (OSI) and the entire group (WES). A correlation matrix with Pearson r as the correlation coefficient among the 14 OSI subscales and the 10 WES subscales was used to examine the relationship between P-E fit and occupational stress. Different patterns of occupational stress and work environment were found. The three job subgroups (police officers, radio dispatchers, and "other") exhibited different levels of occupational stress, with the most difference in the Physical Environment subscale. The group perceptions of the ideal and real work environments were different on every WES subscore, indicating employees wanted improvement in each area tested. Radio dispatchers were found to have the widest gap between their ideal and real work environments. There appeared to be no significant relation between occupational stress and P-E fit for this small sample. The results suggested an inverse relationship between a University police department employee's occupational stress and how well that employee fits the work environment for four variables: Role Insufficiency, Role Boundary, Vocational Strain, and Psychological Strain. Those who fit the work environment least scored highest on the Rational/Cognitive Coping variable, the only statistically significant correlation. It is possible the work environment may have such a powerful effect on personal life that it is unaffected by personal efforts to change it. Recognition of the different work environments and occupational stress levels could be useful in departmental planning. Further study is suggested. / Institute for Wellness
5

Intrapersonal and extrapersonal factors in stressor perceptions, coping and strain among NHS staff

Williams, Glenn Andrew January 2003 (has links)
There is considerable debate about the optimal methods to be taken in measuring work related stressor-strain links. This study has explored these issues by testing a two-factor approach of assessing occupationally and organisationally linked stressors. The discriminant validity of the Job Stress Survey (JSS; Spielberger & Vagg, 1999) was tested in this study. 1,050 employees from seven National Health Service (NHS) Trusts were examined to evaluate the degree to which JSS subscales of Job Pressure and Lack of Organizational Support differentiated between staff experiences of occupational and organisational stressors respectively. Support for the discriminant validity of the JSS was obtained with inter-occupational differences in Job Pressure when comparing between the seven NHS staff groups surveyed. By contrast, staff subjected to major organisational change were more likely to report high levels of Lack of Organizational Support than those not facing such change. The satisfactory discriminant validity of the JSS has general implications for stress prevention and management. Workers in occupations prone to high occupational stress could benefit from targeted stress management interventions, whereas endemic organisational stress could be more effectively tackled with an organisation-wide focus. MIS workers' degree of Neuroticism appeared to bias links between stressors and strains. Also, when compared with low-ranking and high-ranking staff, middle-ranking workers had the highest levels of stressor experiences and the lowest job satisfaction. As a result, future research and interventions should consider the role of Neuroticism and occupational seniority, as these variables significantly influenced NHS employees' stress experiences. It is also recommended that research into workplace stress should involve the statistical control of Neuroticism. By neglecting the crucial role of Neuroticism, researchers may be ignoring the full extent to which this personality trait may distort the true link between a stressor and subsequent strain.
6

A study of occupational stressors in retail staff

Vieira, Ana Paula January 1994 (has links)
No description available.
7

Stress-related growth among police officers

Kwong, Wing-yin, Regina January 2002 (has links)
published_or_final_version / abstract / toc / Clinical Psychology / Master / Master of Social Sciences
8

Occupational stress, health and wellbeing in University staff :

Hapuarachchi, John Romuald. Unknown Date (has links)
Thesis (PhD)--University of South Australia, 2004.
9

Work stress / conceptualisations and implications for research methodology and workplace intervention / Maureen F. Dollard.

Dollard, Maureen Frances January 1996 (has links)
Copies of author's previously published articles inserted. / Bibliography: p. 301-328. / xi, 417p. : ill. ; 30 cm. / Title page, contents and abstract only. The complete thesis in print form is available from the University Library. / Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Psychology, 1996?
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An analysis of the relationship between stress and the public school principalship

Kadlecek, Dale J. Lynn, Mary Ann. January 1982 (has links)
Thesis (Ed. D.)--Illinois State University, 1982. / Title from title page screen, viewed April 21, 2005. Dissertation Committee: Mary Ann Lynn (chair), John Brickell, G. Alan Hickrod, Dale R. Jackson, Larry D. Kennedy. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 196-200) and abstract. Also available in print.

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