Staff working with people who have intellectual disabilities within secure hospitals: expressed emotion and its relationship to burnout, stress and coping.

@article{Langdon2007StaffWW,
  title={Staff working with people who have intellectual disabilities within secure hospitals: expressed emotion and its relationship to burnout, stress and coping.},
  author={Peter E Langdon and Lidia Y{\'a}g{\"u}ez and Elizabeth Kuipers},
  journal={Journal of intellectual disabilities : JOID},
  year={2007},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={
          343-57
        }
}
Studies involving professional carers of people with mental health problems have investigated the relationship between burnout, job satisfaction, the coping strategies employed by carers, and expressed emotion (EE). We undertook a similar study involving carers of adults with intellectual disabilities detained within a secure hospital. Twenty-seven nursing staff completed a Five Minute Speech Sample regarding a keyworked client. EE was coded, and measures of coping strategies, burnout… CONTINUE READING

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