- the latest evidence on the levels and sources of stress in health staff
- links between stress and patient care
- Individual differences in the stress process
- ways to set up counselling services
- the importance of teamworking
- a strong focus on interventions and their evaluation
Stress at Work: A Conceptual Framework (R. Payne).
Burnout (W. Schaufeli).
Individual Differences in the Job Stress Process of Health Care Professionals (P. Spector).
Psychological and Physiological Aspects of Stress (J. Herbert).
Fallibility, Uncertainty and the Impact of Mistakes and Litigation (C. Vincent).
THE PROFESSIONS AND THEIR STRESS.
The Psychological Problems of Doctors (J. Firth–Cozens).
Nursing (P. Baldwin).
Health Service Managers (C. Borrill & C. Haynes).
Stress in Ambulance Personnel (K. Young & C. Cooper).
Child Protection Workers (T. Cresswell & J. Firth–Cozens).
INTERVENTIONS FOR STRESS.
Organisational Interventions to Reduce Stress in Health Care Professionals (L. Murphy).
Stress and Interventions for Stress in General Practitioners (J. Howie & M. Porter).
Stress in the Nursing Department: Learnings from an Executive Team Retreat (L. Hirschhorn & L. May).
Sharing the Burden: Teamwork in Health Care Settings (A. Carter & M. West).
Getting Things Right for the Doctor in Training (F. Moss & E. Paice).
Doctors in Trouble (R. Hale & L. Hudson).
Setting Up a Workplace Counselling Service (T. Wykes & R. Whittington).
Psychotherapeutic Interventions for Work Stress (G. Hardy & M. Barkham).