Effects of a stress management program for hospital staffs on their coping strategies and interpersonal behaviors.

@article{Hirokawa2012EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of a stress management program for hospital staffs on their coping strategies and interpersonal behaviors.},
  author={Kumi Hirokawa and Toshiyo Taniguchi and Masao Tsuchiya and Norito Kawakami},
  journal={Industrial health},
  year={2012},
  volume={50 6},
  pages={487-98}
}
The present study examined effects of a 3-h stress management program for Japanese hospital staffs that included relaxation and assertion training. Twenty-seven hospital staffs (mean age: 29.4 yr) in a stress management group and 28 hospital staffs (mean age: 29.5 yr) in a wait-list group answered evaluation surveys at both pre- and post-intervention. Self-administered questionnaires including items on job stress, coping strategies, and interpersonal behaviors were evaluated. The stress… CONTINUE READING
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