DOI: 10.11606/d.7.2013.tde-14082013-132011
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Burnout e Transtornos Mentais Comuns nos trabalhadores de enfermagem que assistem crianças com cardiopatia grave

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“…This syndrome has a multidimensional conception characterized by emotional exhaustion (EE), reduced personal accomplishment (PA) at work and depersonalization of the other 3,4 . The syndrome becomes more evident in nursing professionals as a consequence of several factors, such as demand, work overload, double shift, insufficient number of personnel, occupational hazards, poor material resources, work pressure, conflicting interpersonal relationships, direct contact with pain and death, and lack of qualified personnel, recognition, social support, feedback and participation in decision-making and autonomy 2,[11][12][13][14][15] , as well as direct and intense contact with patients and their families, severe problem of these patients, complex activities developed, level of responsibility and constant search for specialization in the area to improve care 2,[11][12][13][14][15] . Therefore, progressive exposure to these factors considered as stressors leads to physical and emotional exhaustion, interfering in the quality of life, impairing interaction with their functions, decreasing the quality of care, as well as increasing turnover and absenteeism, thus harming the work environment 11,16 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This syndrome has a multidimensional conception characterized by emotional exhaustion (EE), reduced personal accomplishment (PA) at work and depersonalization of the other 3,4 . The syndrome becomes more evident in nursing professionals as a consequence of several factors, such as demand, work overload, double shift, insufficient number of personnel, occupational hazards, poor material resources, work pressure, conflicting interpersonal relationships, direct contact with pain and death, and lack of qualified personnel, recognition, social support, feedback and participation in decision-making and autonomy 2,[11][12][13][14][15] , as well as direct and intense contact with patients and their families, severe problem of these patients, complex activities developed, level of responsibility and constant search for specialization in the area to improve care 2,[11][12][13][14][15] . Therefore, progressive exposure to these factors considered as stressors leads to physical and emotional exhaustion, interfering in the quality of life, impairing interaction with their functions, decreasing the quality of care, as well as increasing turnover and absenteeism, thus harming the work environment 11,16 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Igualmente, estudos com enfermeiros demonstraram que esta população experiência situações estressantes no seu trabalho, vivenciando alguns sinais e sintomas, que podem levar o profissional a desenvolver o burnout (Tito, 2013;Afecto, 2008).…”
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“…Essas estratégias podem ser a nível organizacional, aplicadas ao ambiente de trabalho; estratégias individuais focadas nas respostas pessoais, ao tentar regular as emoções frente a uma situação estressante; estratégias combinadas centradas na interação do contexto ocupacional com o indivíduo. As ações preventivas serão viáveis quando o sofrimento psíquico não for responsabilidade única e um estigma voltado para o profissional-usuário e, sim um problema da relação indivíduo-processo de trabalho-organização (21,22) . Considerando que os trabalhadores de enfermagem frequentemente referem dor, incapacidade, além de sintomas de ansiedade e estresse, ações para evitar sua progressão são de grande importância, pois interferem na qualidade de vida dos profissionais.…”
Section: Discussionunclassified