Influence of burnout on the health of prison workers.

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Summary of "Influence of burnout on the health of prison workers."

This study investigates differences in health (Somatic Symptoms, Anxiety / Insomnia, Social Dysfunction and Severe Depression) relating to professional burnout (emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and personal fulfillment) suffered by prison staff, taking into account the workplace where they perform their activities (therapeutic vs. non therapeutic modules).


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Name: Revista espanola de sanidad penitenciaria
ISSN: 1575-0620
Pages: 67-73


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