Workaholism , burnout and well-being among junior doctors : The mediating role of role conflict

@inproceedings{Schaufelia2009WorkaholismB,
  title={Workaholism , burnout and well-being among junior doctors : The mediating role of role conflict},
  author={Wilmar B. Schaufelia and Arnold B. Bakkerb and Frank M. M. A. van der Heijdenc and Jelle T. Prinsd},
  year={2009}
}
  • Wilmar B. Schaufelia, Arnold B. Bakkerb, +1 author Jelle T. Prinsd
  • Published 2009
Department of Social and Organizational Psychology and Research Institute Psychology & Health, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; Department of Work and Organizational Psychology and Research Institute Psychology & Health, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Vincent van Gogh Institute for Psychiatry, Venray, The Netherlands; Dutch Doctors’ Association (Artsen Stichting Nederland, ASN), The Netherlands 

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