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The relationship between different aspects of occupational stress and general health

https://doi.org/10.47470/0016-9900-2020-99-9-947-950

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Introduction. Stress is one of the most common problems at work environments, which may have a negative effect on physical and mental health. Besides, general health problems are the most commonly discussed matter relating to occupational health, causing a reduction in the individual performance quality and work absence.

Aims and objectives. The objective of the study was to examine the relationship between the different indicators of occupational stress and general health.

Material and methods. This cross-sectional study was conducted among the office workers in Tehran in 2017. HSE’ occupational stress questionnaire was used to develop the different aspects of occupational stress. General health status was determined by General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12). The relationship between different levels of occupational stress and general health was examined by statistical methods.

Results. The study was conducted among a total of 393 participant. The mean scores of occupational stress and general health were 3.23 ± 0.44 and 3.26 ± 2.92, respectively. A significant statistical relationship was observed between general health and the different indicators of occupational stress including role (OR = 10.95, P value <0.001), relationships (OR = 2.73, P value <0.001), manager support (OR = 2.43, P value <0.001), demand (OR = 1.98, P value = 0.001) and organizational changes (OR = 3.03, P value <0.001), suggesting that as the level of occupational stress increased, the level of general health declined

Conclusion. Attention to the different indicators of occupational stress and to the efficient ways to avoid and manage it can play an important role in improving the general health status of office workers.

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Об авторах

S. Mohammadi
Occupational Medicine Research Center, Occupational Medicine Department – Faculty of Medicine – Iran University of Medical Sciences
Иран


M. Hosseininejad
Occupational Medicine Research Center, Occupational Medicine Department – Faculty of Medicine – Iran University of Medical Sciences
Иран


S. Taghizadeh
Occupational Medicine Research Center, Occupational Medicine Department – Faculty of Medicine – Iran University of Medical Sciences
Иран


E. Kabir-Mokamelkhah
Occupational Medicine Research Center, Occupational Medicine Department – Faculty of Medicine – Iran University of Medical Sciences
Иран

Associate Professor, Occupational Medicine Research Center, Occupational Medicine Department - Faculty of MedicineIran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, IRAN.

у-mail: kabir.e@iums.ac.ir



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Для цитирования:


Mohammadi S., Hosseininejad M., Taghizadeh S., Kabir-Mokamelkhah E. The relationship between different aspects of occupational stress and general health. Гигиена и санитария. 2020;99(9):947-950. https://doi.org/10.47470/0016-9900-2020-99-9-947-950

For citation:


Mohammadi S., Hosseininejad M., Taghizadeh S., Kabir-Mokamelkhah E. The relationship between different aspects of occupational stress and general health. Hygiene and Sanitation. 2020;99(9):947-950. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.47470/0016-9900-2020-99-9-947-950

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