2015
DOI: 10.5935/0103-507x.20150023 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: ObjectiveTo evaluate the prevalence of burnout syndrome among nursing workers in intensive care units and establish associations with psychosocial factors.MethodsThis descriptive study evaluated 130 professionals, including nurses, nursing technicians, and nursing assistants, who performed their activities in intensive care and coronary care units in 2 large hospitals in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Data were collected in 2011 using a self-reported questionnaire. The Maslach Burnout Inventory was used t… Show more

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“…The participants showed high levels of emotional exhaustion (47.2%) and depersonalisation (34.1%), as well as a low level of personal accomplishment (34.1%). Similar results were found in studies with emergency and intensive care nurses (12)(13)(14)(15) . Although most nurses with burnout were women, single, and childless (16)(17)(18) , there was no significant association between the occurrence of burnout and those variables (1,13,15) .…”
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“…The participants showed high levels of emotional exhaustion (47.2%) and depersonalisation (34.1%), as well as a low level of personal accomplishment (34.1%). Similar results were found in studies with emergency and intensive care nurses (12)(13)(14)(15) . Although most nurses with burnout were women, single, and childless (16)(17)(18) , there was no significant association between the occurrence of burnout and those variables (1,13,15) .…”
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“…Similar results were found in studies with emergency and intensive care nurses (12)(13)(14)(15) . Although most nurses with burnout were women, single, and childless (16)(17)(18) , there was no significant association between the occurrence of burnout and those variables (1,13,15) . An international study, however, shows a contradictory result, in which the variable sex was considered a predictor of the syndrome (4) .…”
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“…www.ee.usp.br/reeusp [100][101][103][104][105]107,110) , the health area (3,(8)(9)12,17,30,33,35,39,42,44,47,60,79,81,(85)(86)(88)(89)93,99,102,106) and psychology (10,23,(26)(27)(28)34,36,43,(54)(55)(73)(74)(75)90,94,(108)(109) . After reading and critical analysis of the 106 analyzed articles, the content was organized into five thematic categories to facilitate understanding, as presented below.…”
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“…Overall, studies propose generalizations without giving due attention to the specificities of hospital sectors, assuming that the different work contexts present similar risks for the onset of OBS (71,94) , which is not always proven. Furthermore, emergency rooms and palliative care units are the least investigated sites probably due to difficulties in research operationalization (14,41,57,102) , although a small concentration of studies on OBS in intensive care nurses can be found (19,22,(39)(40)(92)(93) . Still, the need for further investigations on OBS in professionals from acute care (59,62) and psychiatric ward units (57,86) is clear, given that these are places which in theory present greater risks in relation to the syndrome due to the type of work performed and the attended patients.…”
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