2020
DOI: 10.1186/s41155-020-00151-y
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Abstract: The aims of this study were to evaluate the psychometric properties of the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory-Brazilian version (CBI-Br) in a sample of university professors and academic staff members of Brazilian public universities, to estimate the level of burnout syndrome (BS) among these workers, and to assess the associations of BS with demographic and occupational determinants of the syndrome. A total of 676 workers participated in the study. Confirmatory factor analysis results supported a three-factor model… Show more

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“…An increase in workrelated stress has been observed for some time in higher education institutions. One of the main consequences registered in the literature is a higher level of burnout, affecting the teachers physical and mental health, their work engagement and students' outcomes (Rocha, Jesus, Marzuale, Henriques, Marôco, & Campos, 2020).…”
Section: Existing Instrumentsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…An increase in workrelated stress has been observed for some time in higher education institutions. One of the main consequences registered in the literature is a higher level of burnout, affecting the teachers physical and mental health, their work engagement and students' outcomes (Rocha, Jesus, Marzuale, Henriques, Marôco, & Campos, 2020).…”
Section: Existing Instrumentsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Stressful factors identified were excessive workload, work pressure, low pay, job tasks, low social recognition, lack of resources, as well as family stressors and lack of support (Duke et al, 2019;Rocha et al, 2020;Sabagh, Hall & Saroyan, 2018). In consequence, the level of burnout has a direct effect in work engagement and commitment, ill health and depression (Sabagh et al, 2018).…”
Section: Existing Instrumentsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Interestingly, there is no data to demonstrate that involvement in educational initiatives helps combat anesthesiologists' burnout. Certainly, burnout in teachers is a well-described phenomenon, 34 and burnout among academic anesthesia providers is widespread. 35,36 This condition, however, appears to be associated with some factors that solely relate to clinical care (eg, number of operating room hours worked and nights on call).…”
Section: How Can Anesthesiologists Benefit?mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…El Síndrome de Burnout se define como un síndrome psicológico de despersonalización, agotamiento emocional y mental que puede ocurrir entre individuos por involucrarse a largo plazo en una situación laboral muy exigente. [1][2] Por lo tanto, este síndrome se ha relacionado directamente con estresores ocupacionales, definidos como condiciones relacionadas con el trabajo que generan tensión derivada del desequilibrio entre las demandas laborales y las percepciones de los trabajadores sobre su capacidad para manejar estas demandas de manera adecuada [3].…”
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