Introduction to special issue on burnout and health

  title={Introduction to special issue on burnout and health},
  author={Wilmar B. Schaufeli and Esther Greenglass},
  journal={Psychology \& Health},
  pages={501 - 510}
Abstract In recent years, the issue of occupational stress and burnout have received increasing research attention. Given the amount of time people spend on work-related activities and the central importance of work to one's sense of identity and self-worth, it is not surprising that occupational stress is regarded as a central area of study. Although burnout is linked to the extensive literature on occupational health, burnout goes beyond occupational health by focusing on specific stressors… 
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