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Stress in the Workplace: A Policy Synthesis on Its Dimensions and Prevalence

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Title: Stress in the Workplace: A Policy Synthesis on Its Dimensions and Prevalence
Author(s): Dopkeen, Jonathan C.; DuBois, Renee; Center for Employee Health Studies
Subject(s): Workers' Compensation Stress Employer Employee PTSD Veterans Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Workers Occupational Injury Stress in the Workplace whitepaper
Abstract: This paper synthesizes and discusses the current knowledge base surrounding the multi-dimensional influence of stress on both physical and mental health. The authors consider the prevalence and demographics of stress in the United States, as well as the relationship of stress disorders to other health conditions, functional impairment, accidents, and to occupational injuries and illness. Recommendations are discussed, highlighting the need for modifications to organizational culture and public health policy.
Issue Date: 2014-03
Publisher: UIC School of Public Health
Type: Other
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10027/18751
Date Available in INDIGO: 2014-04-29
 

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