Stress levels in nursing staff working in oncology

@inproceedings{Escot2001StressLI,
  title={Stress levels in nursing staff working in oncology},
  author={Carmelo Escot and Sylvaine Art{\'e}ro and Catherine Gandubert and Jean-Philippe Boulenger and Karen Ritchie},
  year={2001}
}
Care of cancer patients may be a source of considerable stress. As part of a large scale longitudinal study of the interaction of biological, psychological and environmental factors in determining patient outcome, the mental and physical health status of 37 members of the nursing staff of a cancer hospital was examined. The study identifies risk factors for stress, professional ‘burn-out’ and psychiatric morbidity. An assessment questionnaire also examined work time, work organization… CONTINUE READING

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