Occupational stress

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Comprehensive stress management" has contents: Spirituality and stress, physiological arousal interventions, strategies for decreasing stressful behaviors, diversity and stress, occupational stress, stress and the college student, family stress, stress and the elderly.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Comprehensive stress management" has contents: Other relaxation techniques, physiological arousal interventions, strategies for decreasing stressful behaviors, diversity and stress, occupational stress, stress and the college student, family stress, stress and older adults.

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  • Hyperarousal symptoms are usually constant, instead of being triggered by things that remind one of the traumatic event. They can make the person feel stressed and angry. These symptoms may make it hard to do daily tasks, such as sleeping, eating, or concentrating. It’s natural to have some of these symptoms after a dangerous event. Sometimes people have very serious symptoms that go away after a few weeks. This is called acute stress disorder, or ASD. When the symptoms last more than a few weeks and become an ongoing problem, they might be PTSD. Some people with PTSD don’t show...

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  • Nhiệt căng thẳng có thể phát sinh từ tiếp xúc với môi trường hoặc nóng hoặc lạnh. Đối với nhiều môi trường làm việc, nó được phổ biến cho được thái cực cũng như biến động rộng rãi trong nhiệt độ, vì điều này, điều quan trọng là hiểu stress nhiệt.

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  • Organizations are complex social systems that sometimes perform remarkably well and sometimes fail miserably. Organizational psychology is a subfield within the larger domain of industrial/organizational psychology that seeks to facilitate a greater understanding of social processes in organizations. Organizational psychologists also seek to use these insights to enhance the effectiveness of organizations—a goal that is potentially beneficial to all. This book is designed to provide students with a thorough overview of both the science and the practice of organizational psychology.

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  • The term stress was introduced into the biomedical field by Hans Selye (1936) in reference to a General Adaptation Syndrome which would consist of all non-specific systemic reactions that occur during an intense and chronic exposure to a stressor (e.g., pressure at work and poor diet). This syndrome would be different from the specific adaptive reactions (such as muscle hypertrophy caused by exercise performed on a regular basis) and immune responses (Selye, 1936).

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  • The workplace has been recognized internationally as an appropriate setting for health promotion. The importance of workplace health promotion was addressed in 1950 and later updated in 1995 in a joint International Labour Organization/World Health Organization session on occupational health (5).

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  • Building engineering physics emerged during the latter part of the 20th Century, at the interface between three disciplines: building services engineering, applied physics and building construction engineering. Building services engineering is the design of mechanical and electrical systems to maintain internal environmental conditions that enable occupants to be comfortable and achieve their maximum performance potential.

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  • Motor vehicle crashes remain the number one cause of death in the United States among young people. In 2003, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reported, “motor vehicle crashes still cause about 1 of every 3 injury deaths among children. Among those 4-12 years old, crash injuries are the leading cause of death. Most of the deaths are passenger vehicle occupants, and proper restraint use can reduce these fatalities.

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  • The problem of subjectivity is a profound one. Jackall’s very powerful book, out of print, gives at least some guidance. Looking at ‘the occupational ethics of corporate managers’ (1998, 4) he asserts that career minded managers do not have to work hard but well: that a bureaucracy, which he considers the main structure of organisations, ‘transforms all moral issues into immediately practical concerns.

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  • For all buildings combined, the average plug-load equipment density in units per 1000 gross ft 2 , was about 9 for office equipment and 14 for miscellaneous equipment, for a sum of about 23 units per 1000 gross ft 2 . Educational buildings, where large floor areas are devoted to classrooms, had the lowest density of both office and miscellaneous equipment. However, two-thirds of computers and monitors found in educational buildings (and thus most of the energy savings potential) were concentrated in computer-based classrooms.

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  • I mentioned that I thought it would be hard to find a job in something as specialized as Occupational Therapy on the local market, especially with the language barrier. Right away the CLO called Anne Ramos, the GEA coordinator, to see if we could meet and talk. When I met with Anne, I explained that I was a certified Occupational Therapist. Occupational Therapy is the treatment of cognitive, physical, and /or psycho-social dysfunction that hinders individuals from participating in daily activities.

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  • It is six years since the publication of the third edition, and it has been a period of enormous change in the field of occupational health. The importance of trying to reduce the costs of health care has led the Government to look closely at the need for prevention in respect of work-related disease, and to consider how occupa- tional health cover might be extended to more workers, especially those in small and medium-sized enterprises.

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  • Approximately 75% of COPD cases are attributed to cigarette smoking (5). Occupation-related exposures may account for another 15% of COPD cases (6) and genetic factors, asthma, respiratory infections, and indoor and outdoor exposures to air pollutants also play a role (6,7). hus, COPD largely can be prevented. Prevention of COPD begins with reducing and/ or eliminating smoking initiation among teenagers and young adults and encouraging tobacco cessation among current smokers.

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  • Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others. 1. A. cool B. blood C. fool D. tool 2. A. champagne B. exchange C. chance D. reach 3. A. meat B. leader C. sweater D. heat 4. A. occupation B. occasion C. shake D. challenger 5. A. mission B. sing C. sugar D. sure Your answers: 1. _______ 2. _______ 3. _______ 4. _______ 5. _______ II. Choose one word whose stress pattern is different from the others.

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  • Theo tổ chức National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health của Mỹ, Stress trong công việc có nguồn gốc từ nhiều vấn đề khác nhau gồm: - Những giờ làm việc dài và chỉ một chút, thậm chí không có thời gian nghỉ - Những nhân viên không thể tham gia vào tiến trình đưa ra quyết định - Mức độ không an toàn và số lượng lớn những thay đổi đáng kể trong công việc - Những nguy hiểm từ tâm lý Một số công việc có mức độ stress cao dưới đây được Careerbuilder.

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  • According to that report (and many others), the causes of such disparities are complex, including genetic differences, environmental and occupational hazards, stress and lifestyle. But even when diagnosed at equal rates, racial and ethnic communities and low income groups face difficulties in accessing health care services and education. Poverty, lack of health care coverage and under- insurance (more prevalent in many minority communities) also affect access to information, prevention education, screening, treatment, referral to specialists, continued treatment and even pain relief. ...

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  • There is ample scientific evidence that working (and other organizational) life and its conditions are powerful determinants of health, for better or for worse. The relationship works both ways. Work affects health but health, more often than not, also affects a person’s productivity and earning capacity as well as his or her social and family relationships. Needless to say, this holds true for all aspects of health, both physical and mental (Levi, 2002).

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