JOB STRESS AND MEDICAL SOCIAL WORKERS PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA:
A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
Yahaya Umar Namahe, Saidu Ibrahim Dandange
Job stress has become a key area of research in recent times because it is considered as severe problem affecting medical social workers. This problem was said to be as a result of the growing competition, financial crisis, and recession of 2008 around the world. The paper, therefore, examines the causes of stress and the possible ways to manage it with particular reference to medical social worker's performance in Nigeria.
Keywords:Job Stress, Medical Social Work, Performance