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Occupational Stress and Social Epidemiology

Submission deadline: 31 May 2024
Special Issue Editors
Paraskevi Theofilou
General Hospital of Thoracic Diseases, SOTIRIA, Athens, Greece; School of Social Sciences, Hellenic Open University, Patras, Greece
Interests: Global Health; Public Health; Social Epidemiology; Behavioral Medicine; Health Psychology; Quality of Life
Special Issue Information

It is often claimed that stress or anxiety is developed when the work environment fails to match the motives of a person. During the last decades, many studies have indicated the importance of having good working conditions. In this context, the investigation of occupational stress considers to be a very crucial matter. This Special Issue of the GHES Journal aims to highlight the most recent research findings related to this topic, especially in healthcare settings.

The present Special Issue welcomes original or review papers which will focus on occupational stress indicating the factors that are relevant and influence the level of this condition: physical, psychological, social, spiritual, economic, environmental and cultural.

Occupational Stress
Working Conditions
Healthcare Environment
Published Paper (1 Paper)

Association of burnout syndrome with mental resilience and quality of life among workers in the public and private sectors

Nikolaos Plemmenos, Dimitris D. Vlastos, Paraskevi Theofilou
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Occupational Stress and Social Epidemiology)
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Global Health Economics and Sustainability, Electronic ISSN: 2972-4570 Print ISSN: TBA, Published by AccScience Publishing