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Investigating predictors and moderators of burnout in staff working in services for people with intellectual disabilities : the role of emotional intelligence, exposure to violence, and self-efficacy

By: Shead, Jennifer.
Contributor(s): Scott, Helen | Rose, John.
Series: International Journal of Developmental Disabilities 62 (4) October 2016: 224-233. 2016Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR | SUPPORT STAFF | STAFF STRESS | VIOLENCE | BURNOUT | EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE | SELF EFFICACY | VIOLENCE SCALE | DIFFICULT BEHAVIOUR SELF-EFFICACY SCALE | ABBREVIATED MASLACH BURNOUT INVENTORY | TRAIT EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE QUESTIONNAIREOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Suggests that understanding predictors of burnout could potentially aid interventions for staff working in services for people with intellectual disabilities (ID). This study sought to understand predictors of burnout for staff specifically focusing on the moderating effect of emotional intelligence (EI) and self-efficacy.
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Suggests that understanding predictors of burnout could potentially aid interventions for staff working in services for people with intellectual disabilities (ID). This study sought to understand predictors of burnout for staff specifically focusing on the moderating effect of emotional intelligence (EI) and self-efficacy.

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