|Document ID (ISN)||108813|
|ISSN - Serial title
||0019-8366 - Industrial Health
|Convention or series no.
||R°vik J.O., Tyssen R., Hem E., Gude T., Ekeberg ě., Moum T., Vaglum P.
||Job stress in young physicians with an emphasis on the work-home interface: A nine-year, nationwide and longitudinal study of its course and predictors
||Oct. 2007, Vol.45, No.5, p.662-671. Illus. 46 ref.
||http://www.jniosh.go.jp/en/indu_hel/pdf/IH_45_5_662.pdf [in English]
||This longitudinal study explored the risk factors and outcomes of early career job-stress among physicians in Norway by means of mail surveys. Physicians graduating from Norwegian universities in 1993-94 responded during their final year of medical school, during their internship, in their fourth postgraduate year and in their tenth postgraduate year. Stress relating to the work-home interference increased during the observation period, whereas stress relating to emotional pressure, time pressure and fear of complaints and criticism decreased. Stress relating to the work-home interference increased during their early career, mainly due to long work hours and an increased number of children. Neuroticism, conscientiousness and lack of support from partners and colleagues appeared to be predictive of this stress.
||Norway; hospitals; young persons; stress factors; health care personnel
||non-occupational factors; long-term study; stress studies; psychology of work organization
||D - Periodical articles
|Country / State or Province||Norway|
||Commerce, services, offices
|Broad subject area(s)
||Stress, psychosocial factors
||Health care services
Mental stress and burnout