ISSN 0954-0121, Online ISSN: 1360-0451
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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HIV/AIDS health worker stress and burnout: introduction and overview
Prediction of grief and HIV/AIDS-related burnout in volunteers
Nesbitt, W. H.; Ross, M. W.; Sunderland, R. H.; Shelp, E.
The relationship between recognition, rewards and burnout in AIDS caring
Bennett, L.; Ross, M. W.; Sunderland, R.
HIV counsellors' knowledge, attitudes and vulnerabilities to HIV in Lusaka, Zambia, 1994
Baggaley, R.; Sulwe, J.; Kelly, M.; Macmillan, M. Ndovi; Godfrey-Faussett, P.
Is there life after work? Experiences of HIV and oncology health staff
Miller, D.; Gillies, P.
Psychological stress in nurses' relationships with HIV-infected patients: the risk of burnout syndrome
Visintini, R.; Campanini, E.; Fossati, A.; Bagnato, M.; Novella, L.; Maffei, C.
Burnout, social support and AIDS volunteers
Burnout and related factors among HIV/AIDS health care workers
Bellani, M. L.; Furlani, F.; Gnecchi, M.; Pezzotta, P.; Trotti, E. M.; Bellotti, G. G.
AIDS-related beliefs, attitudes and intentions among Malawian students in three secondary schools
Bandawe, C. R.; Foster, D.
Research in psychopathology in patients with HIV/AIDS and psychiatric services in Spain
Mateos, J. L. Ayuso; Lastra, I.; Montanes, F.
Reflections on the 9th International Conference on AIDS EducationInterventions in Multi-cultural Societies, Israel 25 November-1 December, 1995
World Health Organization Global AIDS Statistics
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