Association between burnout and sense of coherence among speech and language therapists: an exploratory study in Italy.

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Summary of "Association between burnout and sense of coherence among speech and language therapists: an exploratory study in Italy."

Job burnout has been recognized as a serious occupational hazard among professionals, such as health care professionals. The sense of coherence (SoC) is deemed to be a personal resource capable of reducing the impact of job stressors and, consequently, the experience of job burnout. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between SoC and job burnout among speech and language therapists.


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Name: Acta bio-medica : Atenei Parmensis
ISSN: 0392-4203
Pages: 25-31


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