Gregory Stevens

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OBJECTIVE Contrasted with open laparotomy, the risk-benefit ratio of epidural anesthesia in laparoscopic surgery frequently disfavors its use. The presence of abdominal sepsis also affects utilization with concerns about the risks of epidural abscess and hypotension. In the unplanned conversion to open laparotomy, postoperative pain control becomes more(More)
PURPOSE This chapter proposes a paradigm shift in considering the collective identification of employed physicians and how it influences physician engagement. DESIGN/METHODOLOGY/APPROACH There are many challenges for organizations employing physicians, particularly in terms of engagement in organizational initiatives. Prior research suggests this conflict(More)
This study examines the mechanisms through which workaholism and work engagement impact work-home conflict and enrichment, respectively. Specifically, we examine the mediating role of positive and negative emotions (e.g. joviality and guilt) in the relationship between workaholism, work engagement and work-home outcomes. Results, based on a sample of 340(More)
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