Additional Education Work-related Stress and Burn-out
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Closely intergrated in EPH1002 Work-related Stress and Burn-out, EPH1102 has sub-modules on Academic Thinking and Skills.
Closely integrated in EPH1002 Work-related Stress and Burn-out, EPH1102 has sub-modules on Academic Thinking and Skills. After completing this module, students should be able to discuss the ethical dilemmas and discourses associated with workplace health promotion (academic thinking) and to be able to describe the essentials of time management and to identify how to manage their time more effectively, to identify the causes, symptoms and consequences of stress and cope with and manage stress, to set realistic goals for themselves and reflect on their own behavior, and to show professional behaviour (skills)
e.g. Tulder, R. van (2007). Skill Sheets. An Integrated Approach to Research, Study and Management. Amsterdam; Pearson Education (In the library, code SG LB 2331.H1)