Burnout among public servants after the Great East Japan Earthquake: decomposing the construct aftermath of disaster

@inproceedings{Suzuki2017BurnoutAP,
  title={Burnout among public servants after the Great East Japan Earthquake: decomposing the construct aftermath of disaster},
  author={Yuriko Suzuki and Maiko Fukasawa and Akiko Obara and Yoshiharu Kim},
  booktitle={Journal of occupational health},
  year={2017}
}
OBJECTIVES To examine whether disaster-related variables, in addition to known work-related risk factors, influence burnout and its subscales (exhaustion, cynicism, and lack of professional efficacy) among public servants who experienced a major disaster. METHODS Cross-sectional studies were conducted among public servants of Miyagi prefecture at 2 and 16 months after the Great East Japan Earthquake (n=3,533, response rate 66.8%); burnout was assessed at 16 months using the Japanese version… CONTINUE READING

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