Job stress is a multi-dimensional construct which requires a number of different parameters to be fully evaluated. The interaction of situational and individual factors could result into different patterns of job stress, closely connected to the working environment investigated. We present a method in which administrative and self-reported data are integrated, to describe the risk profile of health care workers in an university hospital in Northern Italy. Main advantages of our method include flexibility in the choice of the analysis detail and the possibility to detect and quantify specific risk and resilience factors, to implement adequate prevention interventions. © PI-ME, Pavia 2011.

A multi-dimensional evaluation of job stress integrating organizational and subjective risk indicators: One application to health care workers in northern italy [Metodi per valutare lo stress lavoro-correlato: Un approccio grafico descrittivo multi-dimensionale]

FERRARIO, MARCO MARIO ANGELO;VERONESI, GIOVANNI
2011-01-01

Abstract

Job stress is a multi-dimensional construct which requires a number of different parameters to be fully evaluated. The interaction of situational and individual factors could result into different patterns of job stress, closely connected to the working environment investigated. We present a method in which administrative and self-reported data are integrated, to describe the risk profile of health care workers in an university hospital in Northern Italy. Main advantages of our method include flexibility in the choice of the analysis detail and the possibility to detect and quantify specific risk and resilience factors, to implement adequate prevention interventions. © PI-ME, Pavia 2011.
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conference paper, health care personnel, human, Italy, mental stress, occupational disease, questionnaire, risk factor; Health Personnel, Humans, Italy, Occupational Diseases, Questionnaires, Risk Factors, Stress; Psychological
Ferrario, MARCO MARIO ANGELO; Bertù, L.; Cimmino, L.; Conti, M.; Borsani, A.; Veronesi, Giovanni
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