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A collection of papers presented at a 1985 conference on work stress and health care. In this comprehensive volume, the authors, well-known experts in their field, present a broad spectrum of stress-related conditions in the workplace and discuss the relationship between prevention and therapy. Throughout the volume contributing researchers and practitioners present different aspects of stress and suggest a number of intervention strategies. Excellent up-to-date sources covering a vareity of disciplines are cited throughout the book. This volume would be useful to diverse audiences. "Choice"
While there are many studies demonstrating the effects of stress on employees and organizations, there is little evidence that research findings are being appropriately used in corporate health care systems. Work Stress, consisting of original, multidisciplinary papers by academics and practitioners, examines the current knowledge of work stress, preventive management strategies, and therapeutic healing techniques used in health care programs.