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Managing stress and violence at work : a training programme for mental health services

By: Ryan, Peter.
Contributor(s): Dawson, Ian | Hill, Robert.
Publisher: Brighton Pavilion Publishing 2008Description: 1 Folder: 132 p. : 31 cm.|1 CD-ROM.ISBN: 9781841961996.Subject(s): MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES | STRESS MANAGEMENT | VIOLENCE | WORK SCHEMES | WORK ENVIRONMENT | STAFF TRAINING
Contents:
Introduction|BACKGROUND INFORMATION FOR TRAINERS|The occupational stress evidence base|A bio-psycho-social approach to work-related stress|Towards a demand-control-support (DCS) model of work-related stress|Violence in mental health services|THE TRAINING|RESOURCES (on accompanying CD-ROM)
Summary: Presents a comprehensive training programme designed to enable staff in the mental health services, to successfully manage and reduce the effects of occupational stress and violence in the workplace
List(s) this item appears in: Support Staff Violence Assault
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Presents a comprehensive training programme designed to enable staff in the mental health services, to successfully manage and reduce the effects of occupational stress and violence in the workplace

Developed by the OSCAR Project (Occupational Stress with mental health Clients in Acute Response)

Introduction|BACKGROUND INFORMATION FOR TRAINERS|The occupational stress evidence base|A bio-psycho-social approach to work-related stress|Towards a demand-control-support (DCS) model of work-related stress|Violence in mental health services|THE TRAINING|RESOURCES (on accompanying CD-ROM)

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