Special Issue Title:

Burnout, Well-Being, and Occupational Health in Men

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 January 2023

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  • Guest Editor

    María Del Mar Molero Jurado, PhDE-MailWebsite

    epartment of Psychology, University of Almería, Almería 04120, Spain

    Interests: Burnout; violence; Engagement; Emotional intelligence; Mental health; Well-being

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

When we think of stress, we immediately associate it with the lack of appropriate personal and social resources to appropriately confront challenges. Depletion of resources to fulfill the work activity can increase stress, often resulting in the well-known syndrome of burnout in men. This syndrome has recently been classified as a public health problem, and theoretical approaches have emerged which advocate for the study of variables, to the extent that they are related to burnout, that can provide a protective role against events that trigger this syndrome.

This Special Issue aims to provide greater visibility to the empirical study of certain protective factors which can specifically prevent the development or chronification of professional burnout in men. This Special Issue also aims to highlight the relationships between those variables that, either directly or indirectly, are involved in the development of burnout in male workers.

Priority will be given to manuscripts that present the results of novel data collection and statistical analysis, as well as those that outline theoretical reviews framed within a systematic methodology or meta-analysis. Above all, those works that present an updated methodological framework will be considered as such viewpoints can be a critical starting point for future lines of research, specifically in the areas of theoretical models, development of evaluation instruments, or interventional design programs.

Dr. María del Mar Molero Jurado

Guest Editor


Burnout; Public health; Prevention; Risk factors; Protector factors; Occupational health; Workplace; Engagement; Job crafting; Well-being

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