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Clients characteristics, organizational variables and burnout in care staff : the meditating role of fear of assault

By: Rose, John.
Contributor(s): Mills, Sophie | Silva, Daniel | et al.
Series: Research in Developmental Disabilities 34 (3) 2013: 940-947.Publisher: 2013Subject(s): STAFF CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS | STAFF STRESS | STAFF SUPPORT | WELL BEING | BURNOUT | CHALLENGING BEHAVIOURSummary: Uses the structure provided by the Mash and Johnston (1990) model with direct care staff in residential settings. Uses the model to examine the relationship between staff psychological well being, challenging behaviour and the therapeutic environment and how the relationship between these variables is mediated by a psychological variable, fear of assault.
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Uses the structure provided by the Mash and Johnston (1990) model with direct care staff in residential settings. Uses the model to examine the relationship between staff psychological well being, challenging behaviour and the therapeutic environment and how the relationship between these variables is mediated by a psychological variable, fear of assault.

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