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The Occupational Depression Inventory—a solution for estimating the prevalence of job-related distress
We are concerned about researchers’ reliance on the burnout construct and the MBI-GS to estimate the prevalence of job-related distress. In this paper, we first describe some of the problems plaguing the burnout construct and its measures. Then, we present the Occupational Depression Inventory, a new instrument designed to help occupational health specialists get a clearer view of the mental health status of the workforce (Bianchi and Schonfeld, 2020).
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Bianchi, R., & Schonfeld, I. S. (2021). The Occupational Depression Inventory—a solution for estimating the prevalence of job-related distress. Psychiatry Research, 305, 114181. doi:10.1016/j.psychres.2021.114181