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    1. Ager, A; O'May, F
      Issues in the definition and implementation of "best practice" for staff delivery of interventions for challenging behaviour

      JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL & DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY
    2. Gentry, M; Iceton, J; Milne, D
      Managing challenging behaviour in the community: methods and results of interactive staff training

      HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE IN THE COMMUNITY
    3. Hyman, R; Oliver, C
      Causal explanations, concern and optimism regarding self-injurious behaviour displayed by individuals with Cornelia de Lange syndrome: the parents' perspective

      JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY RESEARCH
    4. Adams, D; Allen, D
      Assessing the need for reactive behaviour management strategies in children with intellectual disability and severe challenging behaviour

      JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY RESEARCH
    5. Stanley, B; Standen, PJ
      Effect of unexpected outcomes and causal attributions on key workers' expectancies of goal attainment

      JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY RESEARCH
    6. Hatton, C; Emerson, E; Rivers, M; Mason, H; Swarbrick, R; Mason, L; Kiernan, C; Reeves, D; Alborz, A
      Factors associated with intended staff turnover and job search behaviour in services for people with intellectual disability

      JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY RESEARCH
    7. Thompson, J
      Difficult behaviour in drug-misusing and non-drug-misusing patients in general practice - a comparison

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL PRACTICE
    8. Mansell, J; Elliott, T
      Staff members' prediction of consequences for their work in residential settings

      AMERICAN JOURNAL ON MENTAL RETARDATION
    9. Mitchell, G; Hastings, RP
      Coping, burnout, and emotion in staff working in community services for people with challenging behaviors

      AMERICAN JOURNAL ON MENTAL RETARDATION
    10. Barrowclough, C; Haddock, G; Lowens, I; Connor, A; Pidliswyj, J; Tracey, N
      Staff expressed emotion and causal attributions for client problems on a low security unit: An exploratory study

      SCHIZOPHRENIA BULLETIN
    11. Nagatomo, I; Akasaki, Y; Tominaga, M; Hashiguchi, W; Uchida, M; Takigawa, M
      Abnormal behavior of residents in a long-term care facility and the associated stress of care staff members

      ARCHIVES OF GERONTOLOGY AND GERIATRICS
    12. Moxon, S; Lyne, K; Sinclair, I; Young, P; Kirk, C
      Mental health in residential homes: a role for care staff

      AGEING AND SOCIETY
    13. Cole, RP; Scott, S; Skelton-Robinson, M
      The effect of challenging behaviour, and staff support, on the psychological wellbeing of staff working with older adults

      AGING & MENTAL HEALTH
    14. Moniz-Cook, E; Woods, R; Gardiner, E
      Staff factors associated with perception of behaviour as 'challenging' in residential and nursing homes

      AGING & MENTAL HEALTH
    15. Baker, PA; Bissmire, D
      A pilot study of the use of physical intervention in the crisis managementof people with intellectual disabilities who present challenging behaviour

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH IN INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES
    16. Malin, NA
      Evaluating clinical supervision in community homes and teams serving adults with learning disabilities

      JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
    17. Allen, D; Tynan, H
      Responding to aggressive behavior: Impact of training on staff members' knowledge and confidence

      MENTAL RETARDATION
    18. Hatton, C; Rivers, M; Emerson, E; Kiernan, C; Reeves, D; Alborz, A; Mason, H; Mason, L
      Staff characteristics, working conditions and outcomes amongst staff in services for people with intellectual disabilities

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH IN INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES
    19. Murray, GC; Sinclair, B; Kidd, GR; Quigley, A; McKenzie, K
      The relationship between staff sickness levels and client assault levels in a health service unit for people with an intellectual disability and severely challenging behaviour

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH IN INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES
    20. Hatton, C; Emerson, E; Rivers, M; Mason, H; Mason, L; Swarbrick, R; Kiernan, C; Reeves, D; Alborz, A
      Factors associated with staff stress and work satisfaction in services forpeople with intellectual disability

      JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY RESEARCH
    21. Hatton, C; Rivers, M; Mason, H; Mason, L; Emerson, E; Kiernan, C; Reeves, D; Alborz, A
      Organizational culture and staff outcomes in services for people with intellectual disabilities

      JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY RESEARCH
    22. Hatton, C; Rivers, M; Mason, H; Mason, L; Kiernan, C; Emerson, E; Alborz, A; Reeves, D
      Staff stressors and staff outcomes in services for adults with intellectual disabilities: The Staff Stressor Questionnaire

      RESEARCH IN DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
    23. Huberman, WL; O'Brien, RM
      Improving therapist and patient performance in chronic psychiatric group homes through goal-setting, feedback, and positive reinforcement

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT
    24. Larson, SA; Hewitt, A; Anderson, L
      Staff recruitment challenges and interventions in agencies supporting people with developmental disabilities

      MENTAL RETARDATION
    25. Ratzel, R
      Organizational defects

      GYNAKOLOGE
    26. HATTON C; EMERSON E
      BRIEF REPORT - ORGANIZATIONAL PREDICTORS OF ACTUAL STAFF TURNOVER IN A SERVICE FOR PEOPLE WITH MULTIPLE DISABILITIES

      JARID. Journal of applied research in intellectual disabilities
    27. REID DH; GREEN CW; PARSONS MB
      A COMPARISON OF SUPPORTED WORK VERSUS CENTER-BASED PROGRAM SERVICES ON SELECTED OUTCOMES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH MULTIPLE SEVERE DISABILITIES

      Journal of the Association for the Severely Handicapped
    28. Baker, DJ
      Outcomes of behavior support training to an agency providing residential and vocational support to persons with developmental disabilities

      JOURNAL OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR PERSONS WITH SEVERE HANDICAPS
    29. TYLER P; CUSHWAY D
      STRESS AND WELL-BEING IN HEALTH-CARE STAFF - THE ROLE OF NEGATIVE AFFECTIVITY, AND PERCEPTIONS OF JOB DEMAND AND DISCRETION

      Stress medicine
    30. ROSE J; JONES F; FLETCHER B
      THE IMPACT OF A STRESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM ON STAFF WELL-BEING AND PERFORMANCE AT WORK

      Work and stress
    31. STURMEY P
      HISTORY AND CONTRIBUTION OF ORGANIZATIONAL-BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT TO SERVICES FOR PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL-DISABILITIES

      Journal of organizational behavior management
    32. HARCHIK AE; CAMPBELL AR
      SUPPORTING PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL-DISABILITIES IN THEIR HOMES IN THE COMMUNITY - THE ROLE OF ORGANIZATIONAL-BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT

      Journal of organizational behavior management
    33. CHUNG MC; CORBETT J
      THE BURNOUT OF NURSING STAFF WORKING WITH CHALLENGING BEHAVIOR CLIENTS IN HOSPITAL-BASED BUNGALOWS AND A COMMUNITY UNIT

      International journal of nursing studies
    34. HASTINGS RP; REED TS; WATTS MJ
      COMMUNITY STAFF CAUSAL ATTRIBUTIONS ABOUT CHALLENGING BEHAVIORS IN PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES

      JARID. Journal of applied research in intellectual disabilities
    35. HASTINGS RP
      MEASURING STAFF PERCEPTIONS OF CHALLENGING BEHAVIOR - THE CHALLENGINGBEHAVIOR ATTRIBUTIONS SCALE (CHABA)

      JIDR. Journal of intellectual disability research
    36. SKJOLDEBRAND J; GAHNBERG L
      TOBACCO PREVENTIVE MEASURES BY DENTAL-CARE STAFF - AN ATTEMPT TO REDUCE THE USE OF TOBACCO AMONG ADOLESCENTS

      Swedish dental journal
    37. WILLETTS LE; LEFF J
      EXPRESSED EMOTION AND SCHIZOPHRENIA - THE EFFICACY OF A STAFF TRAINING-PROGRAM

      Journal of advanced nursing
    38. HASTINGS RP
      STAFF BELIEFS ABOUT THE CHALLENGING BEHAVIORS OF CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH MENTAL-RETARDATION

      Clinical psychology review
    39. BAILLON S; SCOTHERN G; NEVILLE PG; BOYLE A
      FACTORS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO STRESS IN CARE STAFF IN RESIDENTIAL HOMES FOR THE ELDERLY

      International journal of geriatric psychiatry
    40. METHOT LL; WILLIAMS WL; CUMMINGS A; BRADSHAW B
      MEASURING THE EFFECTS OF A MANAGER-SUPERVISOR TRAINING-PROGRAM THROUGH THE GENERALIZED PERFORMANCE OF MANAGERS, SUPERVISORS, FRONT-LINE STAFF AND CLIENTS IN A HUMAN-SERVICE SETTING

      Journal of organizational behavior management
    41. HENRY D; KEYS C; BALCAZAR F; JOPP D
      ATTITUDES OF COMMUNITY LIVING STAFF MEMBERS TOWARD PERSONS WITH MENTAL-RETARDATION, MENTAL-ILLNESS, AND DUAL DIAGNOSIS

      MENTAL RETARDATION
    42. ROSE J
      STRESS AND RESIDENTIAL STAFF - TOWARDS AN INTEGRATION OF EXISTING RESEARCH

      Mental handicap research
    43. COTTLE M; KUIPERS L; MURPHY G; OAKES P
      EXPRESSED EMOTION, ATTRIBUTIONS AND COPING IN STAFF WHO HAVE BEEN VICTIMS OF VIOLENT INCIDENTS

      Mental handicap research
    44. BRUCKER G
      RISKS OF TRANSMISSION OF AN INFECTION FRO M THE HEALTH-CARE STAFF TO PATIENTS

      Medecine et maladies infectieuses
    45. GREEN CW; REID DH
      A COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION OF A TRAIN-THE-TRAINERS MODEL FOR TRAININGEDUCATION STAFF TO ASSEMBLE ADAPTIVE SWITCHES

      Journal of developmental and physical disabilities
    46. HASTINGS RP; REMINGTON B
      RULES OF ENGAGEMENT - TOWARD AN ANALYSIS OF STAFF RESPONSES TO CHALLENGING BEHAVIOR

      Research in developmental disabilities
    47. MACPHERSON R; EASTLEY RJ; RICHARDS H; MIAN IH
      PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS AMONG WORKERS CARING FOR THE ELDERLY

      International journal of geriatric psychiatry
    48. REINOEHL RB; HALLE JW
      INCREASING THE ASSESSMENT PROBE PERFORMANCE OF TEACHER AIDES THROUGH WRITTEN PROMPTS

      Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps
    49. GARNER C; DAX R; EINHAUPL KM
      THE SITUATION OF THE NEUROLOGIC INTENSIVE -CARE MEDICINE IN GERMANY

      Nervenarzt
    50. REYNOLDS S; TAYLOR E; SHAPIRO D
      SESSION IMPACT AND OUTCOME IN STRESS MANAGEMENT-TRAINING

      Journal of community & applied social psychology
    51. HATTON C; EMERSON E
      ORGANIZATIONAL PREDICTORS OF STAFF STRESS, SATISFACTION, AND INTENDEDTURNOVER IN A SERVICE FOR PEOPLE WITH MULTIPLE DISABILITIES

      MENTAL RETARDATION


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