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Burnout syndrome of human services professionals-doctors, nurses, caregivers, teachers and clerks. (1). Maslach burnout inventory: Factor structures for samples of human services professionals, and its relation with Zung's Self-rating depression scale(SDS)



Burnout syndrome of human services professionals-doctors, nurses, caregivers, teachers and clerks. (1). Maslach burnout inventory: Factor structures for samples of human services professionals, and its relation with Zung's Self-rating depression scale(SDS)



Sangyo Igaku 31(4): 203-215




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DOI: 10.1539/joh1959.31.203


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