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Examining the mediating role of resources in the temporal relationship between proactive burnout prevention and burnout
BMC Public Health
Background Employees who engage in proactive burnout prevention can prevent burnout by changing aspects of the work, home, and personal domain. However, these proactive behaviors may be impeded by high initial levels of burnout. Based on the conservation of resources theory and the dual-pathway proactivity model, resources were expected to play a vital role in the relationship between proactive burnout prevention and burnout through two distinct processes: a resource-generation process in whichdoi:10.1186/s12889-021-10670-7 pmid:33771155 fatcat:rkhn7xqtbffdncggrnnz2e53jm