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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2008Can role changes result in increased stress levels for employees? : a case study on the Malta department of customsAttard, Darin (2008)
2004Comparisons of stress levels in shift and non-shift military personnel (gunners)Borg, Mario (2004)
1999The conflicting effects of excessive overtime and unsociable working hoursBonello, Consiglia (1999)
1990Coping actions used by Maltese primary school teachersBorg, Mark G.; Falzon, Joseph M.
2019Culinary sector : opportunities and challengesTabone, Alan
2014-12Degree of burnout among Maltese podiatrists working in two different settingsAgius, Trista; Formosa, Cynthia
2008The effect of occupational stress amongst Malta police officersSammut, Roderick (2008)
2018The effectiveness of leadership skills to manage work-related stress in the Maltese public serviceBusato, Charmaine
1992Environmental and occupational stress amongst male nurses working in medical wardsSammut, Nicholas
2003An evaluation of job stressors amongst primary health care doctorsCutajar, Josianne
2012The extent of awareness of occupational health and safety among employees in a financial institutionMarkham, Alan (2012)
2002Factors that contribute to burnout : the perception and experiences of Maltese social workersZammit, Margaret (2002)
2010The health and social affects of work shifts on those employed in the police forceVassallo, Stephen (2010)
2006Identifying stressors and coping strategies among Junior Lyceum teachers in the implementation of inclusive educationAzzopardi, Diane
2021The impact of child abuse cases in police officers : a qualitative researchPace, Jonathan (2021)
2020Investigating the psychometric properties and assessment capabilities of the short version of the Health and Safety Executive’s Management Standards Indicator ToolCassar, Vincent; Bezzina, Frank; Buttigieg, Sandra C.
2021An investigation into the psychological well-being of Maltese physiotherapistsGrech, Jurgen (2021)
1999Job satisfaction of nurses working in the accident and emergency departmentSchembri, Maria
2004The level and effects of stress among health and safety teachers in Maltese state schools : an analysisBondi Cefai, Connie (2004)
1999The level and effects of stress on management and supervisory gradesBonnici, Michael (1999)