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A Critical Review of Psychosocial Hazard Measures

  • Institute of Employment Studies (for HSE) (2001)
  • Available from HSE Books, PO Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 2WA,
  • Tel: 01787-881165 or fax: 01787-313995. Price £20.00
  • ISBN 0-7176-2064-6, ref. CRR365
  • Can be ordered online at http://www.hsebooks.co.uk
  • Can be downloaded as an Acrobat file.

Dying For Information? An Investigation into the Effects of Information Overload in the UK and World-wide.

  • Reuters Business Information (1996)
  • Available (£40) from Firefly Communications 25/4 The Coda Centre, 189 Munster Road, LONDON SW6 6AW Tel: 0171 381 4505

Lecturers’ Workload and Factors Affecting Stress Levels.

  • (Research Report Published October 1994)
  • Available (£10 inc. postage) from NATFHE, Publications Dept, 27 Britannia Street, LONDON, WC1X 9JP.

Managers Under Stress: A Survey of Management Morale in the Nineties

  • By Trudy Coe (Sept 1996) Available from (£50 non mem, £25 mem)
  • Institute of Management, 3rd. Floor, 2 Savoy Court, Strand London WC2R 0EZ

Occupational Stress and Health among Lecturers Working in Further and Higher Education.

  • (November 1996)
  • Available (free of charge) from NATFHE, Publications Dept, 27 Britannia Street, LONDON, WC1X 9JP

Pressure Points: A survey into the causes and consequences of occupational stress in UK academic and related staff

  • By Gail Kinman. (1998)
  • ISBN 0-900107-19-7
  • Available from The Association of University Teachers, United House, 9 Pembridge Road, LONDON, W11 3JY, Telephone 020 7221 4370

The scale of occupational stress

  • By A P Smith, S S Johal, E Wadsworth, G Davey Smith and T Peters
  • Available from HSE Books, PO Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 2WA, tel: 01787-881165 or fax: 01787-313995
  • price £25.00 ISBN 0-7176-1783-1, ref. CRR265
  • Can be ordered online at http://www.hsebooks.co.uk
  • Can be downloaded as an Acrobat file

The scale of occupational stress: A further analysis of the impact of demographic factors and type of job

  • By A Smith, C Brice, A Collins, V Matthews and R McNamara (2000)
  • Available from HSE Books, PO Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 2WA, tel: 01787-881165 or fax: 01787-313995 price £15.00
  • ISBN 0-7176-1910-9, ref. CRR311
  • Can be ordered online at http://www.hsebooks.co.uk
  • Can be downloaded as an Acrobat file

Stress at Work in the Social Services

  • Ed.Naomi Connelly, 1995
  • ISBN 1 899942 04 1
  • Available from Publications, National Institute for Social Work, 5 Tavistock Place, LONDON, WC1H 9SN. Tel:020 7387 9681

Stress: Big Issue, But What are the Problems?

  • By Honey & Hillage Published by Institute of Employment Studies (Tel 01273 686751)
  • ISBN 185 184 2594
  • Available from Grantham Book Services, Issac Newton Way, Alma Park Industrial Estate, Grantham NG31 9SD Price £19.95 Tel: 01476 541080

Stress at Work Worse that Ever, say Safety Reps

  • September 1998
  • Update to report above. Go to the TUC and read it.

Stress at Work Tops Safety Poll

  • November Survey of 9,000 Safety Reps.
  • Go to the TUC and read it.

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