The Nursing Career and Stress and Work-Related Burnout Working in the healthcare field can be overwhelming because of the continuous exposure to stressful events such as illnesses and death. Additionally, healthcare workers may suffer from high work demands such as long working hours, healthcare team relationship issues, and shortage of staff. To contribute with tension, these workers may also be exposed to daily unrelated work problems such as lack of personal time, family and financial issues.
be harmful in different ways and means but it also has its effects on performance of an individual. If managed well stress is not something big to deal with. In this paper we are going to see the what stress is all about, its different types, the stressors that drive us towards stress, certain impacts of stress and how well we can manage it. About Stress: Stress can be called as a feeling or a response that our body produces to certain particular situations. It's the body's way of rising to a challenge
mental health of female social workers in child welfare. Child Welfare, 77(6), 701-724. Retrieved from: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=cmedm&AN=9830112&site=ehost-live&scope=site Nora Gold (1998), Masters and PhD in Social Work from University of Toronto, suggests that female social workers need encouragement to promote the their physical and mental health. There were two main ideas in this article. First to explore the wellbeing of child welfare workers and second, looking into
Nowadays, many people experience difficulties in sleeping as the demand to work harder and longer hour has become more prevalent. Sleeping difficulties not only occur to adult but also high school and University’s students as they are required to do assignments and studying overnight may lead to less hour in sleeping. This stressful condition may contribute to sleeping difficulty and transient insomnia, thus increasing the number of people who are suffering from insomnia. In 2011, Sleep Health Foundation
Rose Aza 21057 7 Sameer Singh A.L. Dara Singh 21252 8 Sennjiv Allagu 21105 9 Shah Hafia Hanif Bin Hussain 20760 10 Shrimad A/L Ganesan 20879 PSYCOSOCIAL HAZARDs ABSTRACT Psychosocial hazards occurs in workplaces and it affected the workers to focus on their work. However, we still can find solution and the ways to solve and prevent from the psychosocial hazards happened. INTRODUCTION Psychosocial
Counterproductive work behaviors (CWBs) are intended actions that harm the organization or its members. (A. Cohen, 2016) The presence of these behaviors seems to decrease job performance and increase costs to the company. (Aub et al., 2009) They include in a number of acts which are directed toward organizations or toward people. Destroying property, intentionally not doing proper work, taking unauthorized work breaks, touching a coworker, insulting others, and shouting at somebody are types of CWB
functioning are thus very intricate and multifaceted. A potential factor that can help us explain those relationships is found in the form of coping with stress. Sometime people use their religion as their coping strategy to deal or overcome with their stressors or health problems. Religious coping comprises the various ways people use their religion and faith to manage stressful situations. Coping strategies draw on social, cognitive, spiritual and behavioral aspects of an individual’s faith. While experiencing
Broken Foundations! The novel Lullabies for Little Criminals by Heather O’Neill is narrated by Baby -- the 12 year old protagonist and daughter of a single father and heroin addict, Jules. Baby never knew her mother and is unaware that she has any other family. They live in various dilapidated hotels in Montreal’s red light district. As Karl Marx famously said “[People] make their own history, but they do not make it as they please; they do not make it under self-selected circumstances, but under