Work Stress: Health Care Systems in the Workplace

Hardcover | September 1, 1987

EditorJames C. Quick

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"A collection of papers presented at a 1985 conference on work stress and health care. In this comprehensive volume, the authors, well-known experts in their field, present a broad spectrum of stress-related conditions in the workplace and discuss the relationship between prevention and therapy. Throughout the volume contributing researchers and practitioners present different aspects of stress and suggest a number of intervention strategies. Excellent up-to-date sources covering a vareity of disciplines are cited throughout the book. This volume would be useful to diverse audiences." Choice

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"A collection of papers presented at a 1985 conference on work stress and health care. In this comprehensive volume, the authors, well-known experts in their field, present a broad spectrum of stress-related conditions in the workplace and discuss the relationship between prevention and therapy. Throughout the volume contributing resea...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:346 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:September 1, 1987Publisher:Praeger Publishers

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ISBN - 10:0275923290

ISBN - 13:9780275923297

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?The editors . . . have produced a valuable introduction and reference to the subject of stresses in the workplace. The result, from a 1983 conference, is a readable, informative, exceptionally well-organized, and mostly complete presentation of this challenging and often controversial subject. The individual authors have gone well beyond their conference presentations, adding recent references and coordinated perspectives. . . . The book is a valuable resource for those interested in creating industrial programs for treatment or disability evaluation and for the individual psychiatric practitioner who provides psychotherapy to workers reporting symptoms of work stressors.?-Bull Am Acad Psychiatry Law