2021
DOI: 10.22289/2446-922x.v7n1a17
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Mental Suffering and Higher Education Teaching in Nursing

Abstract: The living and health conditions of workers were directly impacted by the restructuring of the world of work. The increase in demands and the accumulation of work has led teachers to suffer, as well as other workers. For this reason, the article discusses the psychodynamics of work and studies on the field of education that involve teaching mental suffering and its relationship with nursing, relating it to teachers' work and health conditions. The objective is to present an expanded analysis of the review find… Show more

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“…The academic environment is also the target of conflicts from processes that correlate work and subjectivity, and labor and organizational and policies. 74,75 Up to this point, negative aspects of the environments involved in the teaching-learning process were mentioned, including as elements opposed to the Healthy Work Environments that are desirable, that is, that promote health. Nonetheless, this revision aimed to overcome these barriers despite recognizing them, in order to gather, from the studies, strategies aimed to leave behind the factors that promote disease.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The academic environment is also the target of conflicts from processes that correlate work and subjectivity, and labor and organizational and policies. 74,75 Up to this point, negative aspects of the environments involved in the teaching-learning process were mentioned, including as elements opposed to the Healthy Work Environments that are desirable, that is, that promote health. Nonetheless, this revision aimed to overcome these barriers despite recognizing them, in order to gather, from the studies, strategies aimed to leave behind the factors that promote disease.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%