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Such surveys aim to delineate the psychosocial risk present in a given work environment. It is not easy to identify stress, nor to establish the validity of the tools and methodologies adopted for this purpose, but it is possible to establish strategies that proceed gradually until the individual is analyzed. In group 7 of mental and psychosomatic illnesses, the disorders identified as occupational diseases are chronic adjustment disorder and chronic post-traumatic stress disorder. anxiety and depression represent the main work-related stress mental disorders and give rise to highly variable clinical pictures of predominantly somatic expression, such as gastritis, irritable bowel syndrome, headache and other somatizations.

Source: I don’t have time for… How it wears out care: health workers under stress by Ferdinando Pellegrino

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