2014 Poster Award Honorable Mention: Coaching for Workers with Chronic Illness: Evaluating an Intervention

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2014 Poster Award Honorable Mention: Coaching for Workers with Chronic Illness: Evaluating an Intervention

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This study is a pragmatic randomized control trial designed to test the effectiveness of a 12-week, 6-session phone-based coaching intervention to help promote resources and alleviate strain in working adults with chronic illnesses. Fifty-nine fulltime workers with chronic illnesses were randomly assigned to either a coaching group or a waitlisted control group. Compared with the control group, the coaching group showed significantly improved work ability perceptions, exhaustion burnout, core self-evaluations, and resilience – yet no significant improvements were found for job self-efficacy, disengagement burnout, or job satisfaction

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