Stressed teacher keeps asking for a sicknote

October 2004
Pulse;10/4/2004, Vol. 64 Issue 39, p39
Discusses a case of a teacher in Great Britain who keeps on asking for a sicknote. Work-related stress suffered by the teacher; Severity of the situational anxiety.


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