Organisational interventions for improving wellbeing and reducing work-related stress in teachers.

@article{Naghieh2015OrganisationalIF,
  title={Organisational interventions for improving wellbeing and reducing work-related stress in teachers.},
  author={Ali Naghieh and Paul Montgomery and Chris Bonell and Marc A. Thompson and John Lawrence Aber},
  journal={The Cochrane database of systematic reviews},
  year={2015},
  volume={4},
  pages={CD010306}
}
BACKGROUND The teaching profession is an occupation with a high prevalence of work-related stress. This may lead to sustained physical and mental health problems in teachers. It can also negatively affect the health, wellbeing and educational attainment of children, and impose a financial burden on the public budget in terms of teacher turnover and sickness absence. Most evaluated interventions for the wellbeing of teachers are directed at the individual level, and so do not tackle the causes… CONTINUE READING
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