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Gabriele d’Ettorre

Associate Professor, Local Health Authority, Brindisi, Health Unit of Occupational Prevention and Protection, Piazza Di Summa, Postal Code, Brindisi, Italy.


Gabriella d’Ettorre is Associate Professor in Infectious Diseases at the University Sapienza Rome, Italy and she is supervisor for the mamagement of about 1000 HIV positive outpatient. Professor d’Ettorre has carried out several original investigations in the field of pathogenesis, innovative treatment and comorbidities of HIV infection. She is author of over 150 publications on peer- reviewed journals and actually her mayor current research interest is focused on the study of microbioma in HIV.

Organizational Interventions as a Strategy to Prevent Work Related Stress among Mental Health Workers

Background: The wellbeing of mental health workers (MHWs) is a priority for Departments of Mental Health in order to ensure a better protection of MHWs and a better health service. However, to date, several factors affecting the healthcare sector in Italy such as organizational changes involving working time and intensity, type of employment contra... Read More»

Gabriele d’Ettorre and Mariarita Greco

Research Article: Int J Emerg Ment Health 2015,17:247

DOI: 10.4172/1522-4821.1000247

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