5 edition of The Psychosocial work environment found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Jeffrey V. Johnson and Gunn Johansson, editors.|
|Series||Policy, politics, health and medicine series|
|Contributions||Gardell, Bertil., Johnson, Jeffrey V., Johannson, Gunn, 1941-|
|LC Classifications||RC963.3 .P79 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||335 p. :|
|Number of Pages||335|
|ISBN 10||0895030780, 0895030772|
|LC Control Number||90019713|
A number of different diseases have been related to psychosocial conditions in the workplace, most notably coronary heart disease (CHD), musculoskeletal disorders, and mental illness. This chapter addresses two types of questions: the relation between conditions at work and disease; and the contribution this relationship may make to the explanation of variations in disease in society. The demand-control model of work related stress posits that job tasks characterised by high psychological demands in combination with a low level of decision latitude or task control evoke recurrent stress reactions by suppressing positive experiences of self efficacy. 6 A complementary model of an adverse psychosocial work environment, effort-reward imbalance, is based on the notion of.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bradley, Gunilla. Computers and the psychosocial work environment. London ; New York: Taylor & Francis, The psychosocial work environment is an important factor in psychiatric in-patient care, and knowing more of its correlates might open up new paths for future workplace interventions. Thus, the aims of the present study were to investigate perceptions of the psychosocial work environment among nursing staff in psychiatric in-patient care and how individual characteristics—Mastery, Moral.
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1. Introduction. In many countries, there is great interest in the work environment and well-being of staff members in psychiatric care contexts [1,2,3,4,5,6,7].The phenomenon of the psychosocial work environment and its constituents have been described in several different ways and often include a multitude of aspects, such as organisational climate and culture, work demands, work Cited by: psychosocial working environment Download psychosocial working environment or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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Psychosocial work environment pertains to interpersonal and social interactions that influence behavior and development in the workplace. Research has been conducted to determine the effects of the psychosocial work environment on stress levels and overall health.
Expanding Our Understanding of the Psychosocial Work Environment: A Compendium of Measures of Discrimination, Harassment, and Work-Family Issues [Human Services, Department of Health and, and Prevention, Centers for Disease Control, Safety and Health, National Institute for Occupational] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.
This chapter outlines the key theories and debates in the field of psychosocial health in relation to the work environment. The chapter is divided into four main sections.
The first section provides a brief overview of the biological pathways between work stress and ill-health before outlining the three main theories of the psychosocial work : Clare Bambra.
NIOSH defines psychosocial factors as a general term that identifies many variables that can be roughly divided into three categories: factors associated with the work environment, factors associated with the extra-work environment, and individual characteristics of the worker.
36 The assumption is that conflicts in one of these areas. What is a psychosocial work environment. by Reiner Rugulies.
Article related to the NIVA course Psychosocial Occupational Epidemiology, 26th – 28th of November at Hotel Marienlyst, Helsingør, Denmark. The term “psychosocial work environment” appears frequently in research articles, including those published in the Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health (1‒8).
organization of the work process, are often used to define the “psychosocial work environment.” However, health and well-being are also affected by other features of the psychosocial work climate, such as unfair or inequitable treatment of employees, sexual harassment, and discrimination.
The expression “psychosocial work environment” can be divided into three components, to make this easier to understand: 1. Organization. The organization of the working environment can be defined as the individual’s relation to their duties and to others in the workplace, and the practical organization of work.
The Nordic countries have a long tradition of research studying the impact of the psychosocial work environment on health (1, 2). Fittingly, the Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health has been a key place for the presentation and discussion of studies examining the complex relations between working conditions, psychological processes, and health and illness.
Book Description. Dedicated to the late Bertil Gardell, a Swedish Social Scientist, this text comprises of 18 essays that shares a common vision - the impact of work on the interconnected processes of stress and disease. PART 1: Psychosocial Work Environment and Health Social Epidemiology and the Work Environment S.
Leonard Syme. The psychosocial work environment is important to eve-ryone who works irrespective of the sector or profession. According to the Work Environment Act, the employer shall work systematically with the physical, psychological.
and social work environment. This work should be based. Psychosocial work characteristics were measured using the Dutch Questionnaire on the Experience and Evaluation of Work and compared to the general Dutch working population. Mental health effects were measured with scales to assess fatigue during work, need for recovery after work, symptoms of distress, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
The degree of support in the environment can shape a person’s resilience. Likewise, an environment that is stressful can foster disease. The conditions of a person’s social and psychological environment—those in which they are born, grow, live, work and age—are known as the social determinants of health.
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The Psychosocial Work Environment: Work Organization, Democratization, and Health: Essays in. The psychosocial work environment was assessed using three different measures: the job-control-demand model, the effort-reward imbalance (ERI) score, and exposures to conflict at work.
Psychosocial working environment. The psychosocial working environment is a collective term that covers the interaction between people in a workplace, the work of the individual and its impact on the employee, organisational conditions and the culture of the organisation.
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Click Download or Read Online button to Expanding Our Understanding Of The Psychosocial Work Environment book pdf for free now. Muntaner, C., & O’Campo, P. A critical appraisal of the demand/control model of the psychosocial work environment: Epistemological, social, behavioral and class considerations.
Social Science Medicine, 36, – PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar. Computers, Psychosocial, Work Environment, and Stress: A Comparative Theoretical Analysis of Organizations and Action Strategies: /ch With the rapid rate of new technologies, coupled with telecommunications equipment being introduced into the workplace, further exploration is needed on howAuthor: Michelle M.
Robertson.Psychosocial work environment. The current study points to two aspects of the psychosocial work environment where ambulance personnel experience more demanding work conditions than the general work force. Influence at work is substantially lower than in the rest of the work force, while the level of emotional demands is substantially higher.2.
The concept of psychosocial factors at work 3 3. Psychosocial factors at work 5 Introduction 5 Physical work environment 5 Factors intrinsic to the job 6 Work t ime a rrangement 7 Management and operating practices in the enterprise '. 8 Technological changes 9 Other factors 11 Bibliography 12 4.