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Psychosocial work characteristics, burnout, psychological morbidity symptoms and early retirement intentions: a cross-sectional study of NHS consultants in the United Kingdom (2018)
Journal Article
Khan, A., Teoh, K., Islam, S., & Hassard, J. (2018). Psychosocial work characteristics, burnout, psychological morbidity symptoms and early retirement intentions: a cross-sectional study of NHS consultants in the United Kingdom. BMJ Open, 8(7), doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2017-018720

OBJECTIVES: The objectives of this study are twofold. First, to examine the direct effect of psychosocial work characteristics (as measured by job autonomy and work-related pressure) in relation to self-reported psychological morbidity symptoms and e... Read More about Psychosocial work characteristics, burnout, psychological morbidity symptoms and early retirement intentions: a cross-sectional study of NHS consultants in the United Kingdom.

Individual and organizational psychosocial predictors of hospital doctors’ work-related well-being: A multilevel and moderation perspective (2018)
Journal Article
Teoh, K. R., Hassard, J., & Cox, T. (2018). Individual and organizational psychosocial predictors of hospital doctors’ work-related well-being: A multilevel and moderation perspective. Health Care Management Review, https://doi.org/10.1097/HMR.0000000000000207

Background: The high prevalence of burnout and depression among doctors highlights the need to understand the psychosocial antecedents to their work-related wellbeing. However, much of the existing research has been a-theoretical, operationalized a n... Read More about Individual and organizational psychosocial predictors of hospital doctors’ work-related well-being: A multilevel and moderation perspective.