2015
DOI: 10.1590/1413-812320152010.13202014 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: ResumoA saúde resulta da interação de fatores biológicos, sociais, econômicos, políticos e culturais. Nessa perspectiva, objetivou-se analisar a relação entre o trabalho nos hospitais públicos de urgência e emergência e o processo de saúde-adoecimento dos profissionais que o executam. Tratase de uma pesquisa de natureza quantiqualitativa, na qual foram aplicados questionários com 240 profissionais (médicos, enfermeiros, assistentes sociais, psicólogos, dentistas, nutricionistas, fonoaudiólogos, fisioterapeutas… Show more

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“…Interpersonal relationships have an influence on the work carried out and go beyond respectful social relations. The possibility of interaction among different agents is identified as a facilitating aspect that the work provides (2,5,(22)(23) . Teamwork is driven by adequate interpersonal relationships, based on communication, coordination, respect, and use of the experience provided by the team members.…”
Section: () the Patient Ends Up Injured He Should Have A Better Smentioning
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“…Interpersonal relationships have an influence on the work carried out and go beyond respectful social relations. The possibility of interaction among different agents is identified as a facilitating aspect that the work provides (2,5,(22)(23) . Teamwork is driven by adequate interpersonal relationships, based on communication, coordination, respect, and use of the experience provided by the team members.…”
Section: () the Patient Ends Up Injured He Should Have A Better Smentioning
“…Sleep difficulties are ubiquitous and a common complaint among the general population in Western countries, with rates of self-reported insomnia ranging between 10 and 48% [14]. Long-term sleep problems could lead to serious effects such as thought retardation, memory loss, slow response, low spirit, irritability and even the increase in the possibility of depression and suicidal tendency [5, 6]. Chronic sleep problems have also been associated with greater work absenteeism [7] and work-related accidents or injuries [4, 810].…”
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“…Health is a dynamic and multifaceted process influenced by several conditions, including human work, which is a determinant of the workers' health situation, contributing both as a source of achievement and as a pathological element. (1) The process of work intensification can be understood as the social dimension of worker exploitation due to physical, mental and psychic exhaustion to perform an activity in a certain period of time. This process also includes the expropriation of practical knowledge, in order to obtain the greatest quantum of work in the same amount of time.…”
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“…Regarding health workers, along with these effects, there are still situations limited to their work activity, the dissociation between effectiveness and the quality of the work performed, and workers' competence and commitment. (1) It is in this context that common mental disorders (CMD) should be considered. This is a clinical condition with unspecific psychosomatic symptoms varied in form, magnitude, time and space.…”
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