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Authors: Joseph T. F. Lau, Danielle L. Walden, Anise M. S. Wu, Kit-man Cheng, Mason C. M. Lau and Phoenix K. H. Mo

. Using screening tests, healthcare workers can conduct selective interventions for students who are identified as not being probable depression cases (e.g., using CESD) but possess some high-risk factors of depression (e.g., low social support, loneliness

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contextual awareness in healthcare workers ( Bakó, 2014 ). Since patients may come from very different social, linguistic, or cultural backgrounds and the stakes of miscommunication are high, healthcare workers have to be acutely aware of the particular

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, M.A. , Pereira , J.P. , Cunha , M.J. , et al. ( 2013 ). The role of aggressions suffered by healthcare workers as predictors of burnout . Journal of Clinical Nursing , 22 ( 21–22 ), 3120 – 3129

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Authors: Gábor András Szényei, Szilvia Ádám, Zsuzsa Győrffy and Ferenc Túry

. MARINE , A. , RUOTSALAINEN , M. A. , SERRA , C. , & VERBECK , J. H. ( 2014 ). Preventing occupational stress in healthcare workers . Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews , 11 , CD001892

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258 66 Li, J., Yang, W., Cheng, Y., Siegrist, J, Cho, S. I. (2005): Effort-reward imbalance at work and job dissatisfaction in Chinese healthcare workers: a validation study

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