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Section 1: Getting
(1.1) Section 1: Getting started
(1.2) Getting started
(1.3) Vignette 1
(1.4) Vignette 2
(1.5) Interactive exercise: questionnaire
(1.6) Section 1:
Section 2: What do we mean by
stress and burnout?
(2.1) Section 2: What do we mean by stress and burnout?
(2.2) Origins of the term stress
(2.3) The general adaptation syndrome
(2.4) Interactive exercise: the alarm stage
(2.5) Comment: the alarm stage
(2.6) Interactive exercise: the adaptation stage
(2.7) Exhaustion stage
(2.8) Psychobiological response to stress
(2.9) Table of psychobiological responses
(2.11) The subjective nature of stress
(2.12) The benefits of stress in moderation
(2.13) Stress and pressure
(2.14) When different sources of pressure combine
(2.15) What is burnout?
(2.16) Signs and symptoms of burnout
(2.17) Changes in behaviour
(2.18) Changes in feelings
(2.19) Changes in thinking
(2.20) Changes in health
(2.21) The Maslach Burnout Inventory(2.24) Measuring burnout
(2.22) Stress and stigma
(2.23) Burnout, depression and work-related stress
(2.25) Section 2: Recap
(2.26) Section 2:
Section 3: Why is stress an
important issue for us?
(3.1) Section 3: Why is stress an important issue for us?
(3.2) Stress in the wider world
(3.3) Stress and the NHS
(3.4) Reflection: stress and the NHS
(3.5) Comment: stress and the NHS
(3.6) Types of mental ill health in doctors
(3.7) Impact of stress on healthcare professionals
(3.8) The helping profession syndrome
(3.9) Doctors and stress
(3.10) Suicide rates in doctors
(3.12) Psychiatrists and stress
(3.13) Studies on psychiatrists and stress
(3.14) Stress at work and home
(3.15) Section 3: Recap
(3.16) Section 3:
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