Stress Management: Annotated Bibliography Name Institution Stress Management and Physical Problems Resulting from Stress Jenny G. J. Brauchli R. Inauen A. Füllemann D. Fridrich A. & Bauer G. F. (2015). Process and outcome evaluation of an organizational-level stress management intervention in Switzerland. Health promotion international 30(3) 573-585. The authors of the article are researchers at the University of Zurich from various health related department and undertook an evaluation study on the stress management intervention in eight companies in Switzerland. The researchers noted that the people were aware of the stress management as a health promotion technique that when stress at work is managed the employees tend to be productive thus improvement of company profits. Jenney et al. (2015) in the article offers an overview of how stress management thought that all the stress problems can be cured. References Demir S. Demir S. G. Bulut H. & Hisar F. (2014). Effect of mentoring program on ways of coping with stress and locus of control for nursing students. Asian nursing research 8(4) 254-260.Frone M. R. (2016). Work stress and alcohol use: Developing and testing a biphasic self-medication model. Work & Stress 30(4) 374-394. Jenny G. J. Brauchli R. Inauen A. Füllemann D. Fridrich A. & Bauer G. F. (2015). Process and outcome evaluation of an organizational-level stress management intervention in Switzerland. Health promotion international 30(3) 573-585.Lottrup L. Grahn P. & Stigsdotter U. K. (2013). Workplace greenery and perceived level ofstress: Benefits of access to a green outdoor environment at the workplace. Landscape and Urban Planning 110 5-11. [...]
After settling on your topic and research question, you will prepare an annotated bibliography of 4 scholarly sources that are relevant to your research focus. At least 2 of your 4 sources must be academic journal articles from Google scholarly. For each source, write an APA reference list entry (see links in Modules). Below each reference list entry, write a concise annotation that summarizes the central ideas in the source. In 1-2 paragraphs, do the following: (a) briefly identify the authors/researchers and their qualifications (b) summarize the key ideas, arguments, and/or findings (c) reflect on how this source fits into your research. How will you use this research in your paper? What key information do you find useful? How has it shaped your argument or changed your understanding of the topic?