Working in addictions treatment services : Some views of a sample of service providers in Ontario.
Respondents in a survey of specialized addiction treatment providers indicated a strong commitment to the addictions field.
In a multivariate analysis, intention to stay in the addictions field was positively related to a measure of attitudes toward staying or leaving, to age, involvement in an addictions studies program, working in a residential service, and job satisfaction.
Intention to stay was negatively related to education and working in a nonresidential setting.
Attention to factors that create positive attitudes to the addictions field, especially among younger, more educated people and those working in nonresidential services, is necessary to ensure a healthy future for addictions treatment.
Mots-clés Pascal : Personnel sanitaire, Traitement, Toxicomanie, Satisfaction professionnelle, Attitude, Stress, Epuisement professionnel, Santé mentale, Homme
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Health staff, Treatment, Drug addiction, Job satisfaction, Attitude, Stress, Occupational burnout, Mental health, Human
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