Cognitive appraisal linked to managing psychological trauma
Monday, April 8, 2013
As a professional group, paramedics experience disproportionate levels of stress and burnout compared with other healthcare professionals and emergency workers. Evidence suggests that stressors include lack of control over decision-making and tensions with management, as well as the more traditional stressors, such as witnessing pain and distress, and being vulnerable to abuse.
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