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The Occupational Health Nurse and Employee Mental Health. A Programmed, Self-Instructional Course. Volume I, Units I-IV.
NIOSH 1973:272 pages
This self instructional course was designed to explore areas of employee mental health for occupational nurses. Volume I covered mental health concepts, human behavior, the employee and his environment, and the basic categories of mental disorders. Topics included mental health and mental illness, the changing field of mental health, conceptual approaches to mental illness, therapeutic techniques, the psychodynamic approach, theories of Sigmund Freud, psychotherapeutic methods, the behavioral approach, the sociocultural approach, mental health today, understanding human behavior, personality development, personality function, the employee in his total environment, basic human needs, the meaning of work as a source of satisfaction, and sources of stress.
Mental-stress; Job-stress; Attitude; Coping-behavior; Psychological-stress; Occupational-health-programs; Education; Training;
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Center for Disease Control, Public Health Service, NIOSH, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 272 pages
Page last reviewed: March 11, 2019
Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division