An Assessment of Burnout in Human Service Providers
- Three ways we can preserve social stability while escaping socialist bankruptcy. Byfield, Link // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;10/30/95, Vol. 22 Issue 46, p2
Editorial. Considers how social enterprise (schools, hospitals, welfare services) can be protected in a shrinking economy while divorcing them from direct control by the state. How social enterprise should be funded; Why government should reduce the statutory privileges it gives private...
- A morningstar for human services. Meyerson, Adam // Policy Review;Sep/Oct96, Issue 79, p5
Reports on the plans of the National Results Council for human services in the United States. Measurement of the effectiveness of vocational rehabilitation; Search for jobs for people with disabilities.
- Modern pharaohs. // Making the Rounds in Health, Faith & Ethics;9/25/95, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p2
Reports on an article in the `New Ground' journal by pastor Gene Birmingham about efforts to turn over government-sponsored human service programs to private agencies. Analogy of the biblical pharaoh and the brick makers; Amount of government funding given to charities.
- I was too stressed out! Simon, Christy // Campus Life;Jan1997, Vol. 55 Issue 6, p58
Focuses on the burn out experienced by the author. Reasons for the burn out; Efforts to overcome stress.
- Is your job driving you crazy? Sandroff, R. // Psychology Today;Jul/Aug89, Vol. 23 Issue 7/8, p41
Discusses how more and more Americans seeking therapy are looking for therapists who understand their work. From police officers to tennis players, all are searching for therapists who talk their language and appreciate the tremendous importance of work in their lives. How personal qualities...
- Teacher-coach burnout and coping strategies. Kosa, Boonsong // Physical Educator;Fall90, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p153
Presents a study which determine the levels of burnout among teacher-coaches and common coping strategies used to alleviate burnout. Methods used in the study; Results and discussion of the study.
- Are you burned-out? // Training & Development;Sep95, Vol. 49 Issue 9, p18
Discusses answers to questions concerning the incidence of burn-out in the United States. Definition of burnout; Techniques used in managing stress; Stress levels of respondents.
- A comparison of burnout in selected occupational fields. Matthews, Doris B. // Career Development Quarterly;Mar1990, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p230
Compares burnout in various occupations. Maslach Burnout Inventory; State-Trait Burnout Inventory; Matthews Burnout Scale for Employees.
- Teacher burnout. Tice, T.N. // Education Digest;Feb1992, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p44
Comments on an extensive study by Israeli Issac A. Friedman entitled `High- and Low-Burnout Schools: School Culture Aspects of Teacher Burnout.' Citation of main school culture variables; Other factors contributing to teacher burnout.