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Occupational Stress, Coping Strategies, Health, and Well-Being Among University Academic Staff—An Integrative Review

Panshuo Shen, Paul Slater
2021 International Education Studies  
Occupational stress has been constantly rising among academics in universities globally, which affects their health and well-being.  ...  Most studies reported academics experienced moderate to high level of stress, and the heavy workload was one of the main stressors.  ...  (4) What is the relationship between occupational stress, health and well-being along with coping strategies?  ... 
doi:10.5539/ies.v14n12p99 fatcat:jtqotmmtyfgrdfnl4fjcedmfua

Examining the Relationships Between Job Characteristics, Emotional Regulation and University Teachers' Well-Being: The Mediation of Emotional Regulation

Jiying Han, Hongbiao Yin, Junju Wang
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
This study investigated the associations between university teachers' emotional job demands, teaching support, and well-being, and examined the mediating effect of emotional regulation strategies (i.e.  ...  effects on their well-being.  ...  In this present study, emotional regulation was used as a mediator in the relationships between university teachers' job characteristics and well-being.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.01727 pmid:32982817 pmcid:PMC7484484 fatcat:zypysmx445azrpqh45ekdnprai

An Integrative Review of Changes of Family Relationship and Mental Health that Chinese Men Experience during Transition to Fatherhood

Mo Zhou, Samantha Ashby, Lyn Ebert
2019 Zenodo  
Results showed the changes that Chinese fathers experienced during the transition to parenthood can be divided into two aspects: family relationships and mental problems.  ...  In China, the changes that men experience in the perinatal period are not well researched. Men are also at risk of maladaptation to parenthood.  ...  She is currently the program convenor for the Bachelor of Midwifery Program in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Health, at the University of Newcastle.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2576945 fatcat:dfzieip2ina3boisftga7okfqa

Examining Academics' Strategies for Coping With Stress and Emotions: A Review of Research

Raheleh Salimzadeh, Nathan C. Hall, Alenoush Saroyan
2021 Frontiers in Education  
emotion regulation strategies for coping with emotional demands of the academic profession, synthesizes findings on the association between such strategies and faculty well-being, and provides directions  ...  Existing research suggests that numerous aspects of the modern academic career are stressful and trigger emotional responses, with evidence further showing job-related stress and emotions to impact well-being  ...  The Association Between Occupational Stress and Depressive Symptoms and the Mediating Role of Psychological Capital Among Chinese University Teachers: a Cross-Sectional Study.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2021.660676 fatcat:gaifapczgjgwnfz3iiqbyuwwvi

Overweight and Obesity Among Chinese College Students: An Exploration of Gender as Related to External Environmental Influences

Shuhan Jiang, Sihui Peng, Tingzhong Yang, Randall R. Cottrell, Lu Li
2018 American Journal of Men's Health  
Although the association between psychological stress and unhealthy weight has not been well understood in China, the findings of this study provide a basis for further exploration.  ...  In addition, universities should focus on creating environments which reduce stressors for students and support their overall mental health and well-being.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1557988317750990 pmid:29325480 fatcat:m5bftznfsvfddgyn2rhaf3vzwu

A randomised controlled trial of expressive arts-based intervention for young stroke survivors

Caitlin Kar Pui Chan, Temmy Lee Ting Lo, Adrian Ho Yin Wan, Pamela Pui Yu Leung, Marco Yiu Chung Pang, Rainbow Tin Hung Ho
2021 BMC Complementary Medicine and Therapies  
Discussion This study is expected to contribute to the current knowledge on the effectiveness of an arts-based intervention on the holistic wellness of young stroke survivors.  ...  In addition, the examination of the relationships between bio-psychosocial-spiritual variables will help contribute to the development of holistic care for the survivors.  ...  , and Faculty of Education (Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences) of the University of Hong Kong for their provision of support for this study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12906-020-03161-6 pmid:33407413 fatcat:a42pccxqajayjlq6wo7q7clgyy

Social Cognitive Correlates of Physical Activity among Chinese University Employees: A Cross-Sectional Study

Liang Hu, Qia Hu, Yaping Xu
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
From the perspective of Social Cognitive Theory (SCT), the current study aims to examine the relationship between physical activity and a series of demographic variables (e.g., age, gender, income, education  ...  Despite the well-documented benefits of leisure time physical activity, university employees are often reported to be at high risk of physical inactivity and low fitness levels.  ...  Based on a sample of 507 faculty and staff members at a Chinese university, a study indicated that less than 20% of the participants under 50 years engaged in regular physical exercise, which is much lower  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18137116 fatcat:e64wjxl5ofgflfums2aqajrehi

Association between Occupational Stress and Respiratory Symptoms among Lecturers in Universiti Putra Malaysia

Mohmed Yusof Nur Aqilah, Jalaludin Juliana
2012 Global Journal of Health Science  
The objective of this study was to determine the association between occupational stress and respiratory symptoms among lecturers.  ...  Study highlighted in study population, gender plays a significant role that influenced level of occupational stress and also gender has role in resulting occupational stress level and respiratory symptoms  ...  Acknowledgement The author would like to express her utmost gratitude to all respondents who has participated in this study.  ... 
doi:10.5539/gjhs.v4n6p160 pmid:23121752 pmcid:PMC4777002 fatcat:ccypylhm7vfy7bkcj5zagkx4d4

Examining Faculty Workload as a Single Antecedent of Job Satisfaction among Higher Public Education Staff in Kelantan, Malaysia

Noraani Mustapha, Wee Yu Ghee
2013 Business and Management Horizons  
The objective of this study is to determine the influence of faculty workload on job satisfaction among lecturers in four public universities in Kelantan.  ...  The data was analysed using Pearson Product Moment Correlation and the result indicated that there was negative significant relationship between daily faculty workload and job satisfaction.  ...  The Influence of Daily Workload on Job Satisfaction Having large piles of work in a given targeted timeline will result in employees becoming stressed out from their work as well as their organization.  ... 
doi:10.5296/bmh.v1i1.3205 fatcat:z2r36y7qpbdndh2e4u5s76ydau

"I AM TIRED" – Job Burnout and Citizenship Behaviour in an Organization: Occupational Commitment as a Mediator in a Malaysian Private University

I-Chi Chen, Ng Lee Peng, Chong Chin Ann
2020 International Dialogues on Education: Past and Present  
The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between job burnout, occupational commitment, and organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB) among academics at a private university in Malaysia  ...  The present study was applied on the basis of PLS-SEM analysis. A total of 620 academics from two campuses of a private university participated in the study.  ...  The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between job burnout, occupational commitment, and OCB at a private university in Malaysia.  ... 
doi:10.53308/ide.v7i2.39 fatcat:dyhlry34rvgengnrjatym6nlru

Emotional Regulation and Psychological Well-Being of Newcomer Nursing Students

Hala Ahamed Elsayes, Shereen Mohamed Abo- elyzeed
2021 Egyptian Journal of Health Care  
Setting: Faculty of Nursing, Tanta University in Tanta city, Egypt. Subject: 387 Newcomer nursing students at the first year academically of Faculty of Nursing.  ...  Result: the current study showed that the newcomer nursing students had moderate levels of difficulties in emotional regulations and psychological well-being.  ...  In this context, the study by Koutsopoulou G et al., (2010) investigated the students' psychological well-being who came from faculties in UK University.  ... 
doi:10.21608/ejhc.2021.183453 fatcat:wv4mx4ja6jbctprbxlhxkygrze

Burnout and Well-Being Among Medical Professionals in China: A National Cross-Sectional Study

Ying Xiao, Dong Dong, Huanyu Zhang, Peipei Chen, Xiangyan Li, Zhuang Tian, Zhicheng Jing, Shuyang Zhang
2022 Frontiers in Public Health  
Interventions should be enhanced on vulnerable groups to reduce burnout and promote well-being in future studies.  ...  ObjectiveTo determine the profile of Chinese medical professionals with burnout symptoms at the national level and identify the association between capability well-being and burnout.Design and SettingA  ...  To our knowledge, this is the first national study in China to explore the relationship between burnout and well-being of medical professionals.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2021.761706 pmid:35111713 pmcid:PMC8801677 fatcat:zvu753bkqzfytgflje6s5gcfiq

The association between parental socioeconomic status (SES) and medical students' personal and professional development

Angela P C Fan, Chen-Huan Chen, Tong-Ping Su, Wan-Jing Shih, Chen-Hsen Lee, Sheng-Mou Hou
2007 Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore  
Therefore, this study used part of a multidimensional "student portfolio system" database to assess the correlation between family status (indexed by parental education and occupation) and medical students  ...  The controls were a group of 181 non-medical students in another university.  ...  stress or burnout to the rigors of training for and practising medicine. 6 One study found that suicide ranked higher as a cause of death in medical students than in similarly aged Americans, indicating  ... 
pmid:17925981 fatcat:sfykovbbang7pmlxfckv2bissa

"It's My Fault": Exploring Experiences and Mental Wellness Among Korean International Graduate Students

Katie Koo, Young Won Kim, Joonyoung Lee, Gudrun Nyunt
2021 Journal of International Students  
By interviewing 18 Korean international graduate students in the United States, we found that limited English proficiency shapes various aspects of Korean international graduate students' well-being; self-imposed  ...  This qualitative study explores the mental wellness of Korean international graduate students, a sub-group that has received limited attention.  ...  The holistic wellness model prompted us to explore relationships between different realms of wellness and mental wellness. Figure 1 illustrates the holistic wellness model applied to this study.  ... 
doi:10.32674/jis.v11i4.2801 fatcat:6l6eotx4bzayxigduf7grcro5e

Status, causes and consequences of physicians' self-perceived professional reputation damage in China: a cross-sectional survey

Tao Sun, Jinghui Wang, Shu'e Zhang, Yu Shi, Bei Liu, Xiaohe Wang
2021 BMC Health Services Research  
This study assesses the status of physicians' self-perceived professional reputation damage and explains it's the adverse outcomes including withdrawal behavior and workplace well-being.  ...  (β = 0.332, P<0.001) and yield worse levels of workplace well-being, including high levels of perceived stress (β = 0.214, P <0.001), increasing burnout (β = 0.209, P <0.001), and declining sense of well-being  ...  Acknowledgments The authors give our sincerely thanks to all participants who have helped collecting data and distributing questionnaires to other subjects.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-021-06306-6 pmid:33853589 fatcat:njfckandgvefnakh6htiowszlu
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