Influence of perceived organisational factors on job burnout: survey of community mental health staff

@article{Lasalvia2009InfluenceOP,
  title={Influence of perceived organisational factors on job burnout: survey of community mental health staff},
  author={Antonio Lasalvia and Chiara Bonetto and Mariaelena Bertani and Sarah Bissoli and Doriana Cristofalo and Giovanna Marrella and Enrico Ceccato and Carla Cremonese and Moreno De Rossi and Lorenza Lazzarotto and Vanna Marangon and Idana Morandin and Maria Ornella Zucchetto and Michele Tansella},
  journal={British Journal of Psychiatry},
  year={2009},
  volume={195},
  pages={537 - 544}
}
Background Staff burnout is a critical issue for mental healthcare delivery, as it can lead to decreased work performance and, ultimately to poorer treatment outcomes. Aims To explore the relative weight of job-related characteristics and perceived organisational factors in predicting burnout in staff working in community-based psychiatric services. Method A representative sample of 2000 mental health staff working in the Veneto region, Italy, participated. Burnout and perceived organisational… Expand

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