Applying the revised Chinese Job Content Questionnaire to assess psychosocial work conditions among Taiwan's hospital workers

@inproceedings{Chien2011ApplyingTR,
  title={Applying the revised Chinese Job Content Questionnaire to assess psychosocial work conditions among Taiwan's hospital workers},
  author={Tsair-Wei Chien and Wen-Pin Lai and Hsien-Yi Wang and Shih-Chieh Hsu and Roberto Vasquez Castillo and How-Ran Guo and Shih-Chung Chen and S C Su},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND For hospital accreditation and health promotion reasons, we examined whether the 22-item Job Content Questionnaire (JCQ) could be applied to evaluate job strain of individual hospital employees and to determine the number of factors extracted from JCQ. Additionally, we developed an Excel module of self-evaluation diagnostic system for consultation with experts. METHODS To develop an Excel-based self-evaluation diagnostic system for consultation to experts to make job strain… CONTINUE READING

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