2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1983-14472012000200012
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Estresse ocupacional: avaliação de enfermeiros intensivistas que atuam no período noturno

Abstract: Descriptive, cross-sectional study, which aimed to evaluate the stress level of nighttime intensive care nurses. The Bianchi Stress Scale was applied to 26 (100%) nurses from five hospitals. In data analysis, the Pearson Chi-square test was used and it was noticed that the stress among nurses in a public (3.36 points) and private facility (3.02 points) was classified at the median level and there was no statistical significance (p = 0.90) forr stress, according to the type of institution. Variables that most c… Show more

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“…As demonstrated in Table 2 Regarding gender, the vast majority of women among nursing professionals, it corroborates the history of the nursing profession, marked by the presence of women and their inclusion in the labor market (13) . The average age of 35 years of the participants in the study is consistent with the workplace, since relatively young professionals are more fi t to cope with the stresses of heavy workload common in critical care and emergency units (13)(14) .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 65%
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“…As demonstrated in Table 2 Regarding gender, the vast majority of women among nursing professionals, it corroborates the history of the nursing profession, marked by the presence of women and their inclusion in the labor market (13) . The average age of 35 years of the participants in the study is consistent with the workplace, since relatively young professionals are more fi t to cope with the stresses of heavy workload common in critical care and emergency units (13)(14) .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 65%
“…The average age of 35 years of the participants in the study is consistent with the workplace, since relatively young professionals are more fi t to cope with the stresses of heavy workload common in critical care and emergency units (13)(14) . According to another study conducted in Brazilian emergency care units, these workplaces tend to have younger, less experienced and untrained professionals (14) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 67%
“…In the present study, the Bianchi's Stress Scale (BSS) was adopted (9) . It has been used in studies with nurses who worked in urgent and emergency care (10) , and in other sectors (11)(12)(13) , and has shown good internal consistency, with Cronbach's Alpha considerably high (0.8366) (13) . The BSS was developed and validated in Brazil by Bianchi (9) .…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Such situations require adaptive reactions that cause responses to the stress which are products of essentially human actions and reactions. 3,5 In the context of education, especially in higher education institutions, the teaching and learning process, alone, can be considered a major stressor. This is because the pursuit of the development of skills and the acquisition of knowledge required by the labor market, requires the student/undergraduate to be able to deal with diverse present and future situations, 2 which can generate adaptive crises and consequently high level of stress.…”
Section: Estrés De Los Estudiantes Del Pregrado De Enfermería De Una mentioning
confidence: 99%