Workplace change & the care of the self : health and wellbeing as a professional duty of care?
Kelly, Peter and Colquhoun, Derek 2003, Workplace change & the care of the self : health and wellbeing as a professional duty of care?, in Making Sense of : Health Illness and Disease 2nd Global Conference; 2003, St Hilda’s College, Oxford, UK, pp. 1-7.
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Making Sense of : Health Illness and Disease 2nd Global Conference; 2003
St Hilda’s College
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This paper examines the ways in which transformations in the organisation and practice of teacher’s work have witnessed large numbers of teachers being seen, and seeing themselves, as stressed. These understandings of teacher stress have provoked a number of strategies designed to encourage individuals to take care of themselves – and to take care of themselves in ways that will make schools more effective.
Presented in Session 4: Communication, Health and the Workplace.
Field of Research
150305 Human Resources Management
Socio Economic Objective
970115 Expanding Knowledge in Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
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