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: testing the interactive contribution of emotion-regulation ability and workplace social support . Scand J Psychol. 2019 ; 60 ( 1 ): 59 - 66 . doi: 10.1111/sjop.12483 21. Shahidi FV , Gignac MAM , Oudyk J , Smith PM . Assessing the

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and did not account for demographics and other potential risk factors in their analyses. To our knowledge, only 1 empirical study 27 has examined mental health and social support of veterinarians and veterinary technicians in the military. Sleep

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social support). Respondents indicated whether they strongly agreed, somewhat agreed, were unsure or undecided, somewhat disagreed, or strongly disagreed with each statement. Respondents were defined as having a negative attitude if they indicated

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general. As such, the purpose of the present study was to explore veterinarians’ mental health symptom burden during COVID-19 and identify differences in symptom burden, social support, help seeking, and incentives and barriers associated with receiving

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ignoring context potentiates errors in clinical reasoning and treatment efficacy. 53 Contextual factors that affect a human patient's health or perception of health include family, finances, education, employment, social support, community, and culture. 53

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such as job satisfaction and social support. 6 Compassion fatigue has been recognized in several health-care or helping professions and may be one of the larger issues affecting the mental well-being of veterinarians. 2 , 7 , 8 Some scholars have made

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survey collected data on psychosocial attitude constructs of respondents’ perceived susceptibility, severity, benefits, barriers, self-efficacy, and social support related to EDT recommendations. Table 1— Measurement characteristics and items

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workplace changes and challenges; sources of COVID-19 information; anxiety, depression, social support, and discrimination; mental health–care knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs; coping behaviors; incentives and barriers to performing health coping behaviors

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, specifically; workers wondered how their peers could feel comfortable rejecting unadoptable animals knowing that someone else would have to euthanize them. An inner community network of social support existed and served to shield those who perform euthanasia

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litigation; educational debt; poor social support; unclear management and work role; and lack of participation in decision-making. Of this list, the most prevalent practice-related stressors were demands of practice and practice management responsibilities

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