2012
DOI: 10.1590/s0080-62342012000200021
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Síndrome de Burnout entre enfermeiros de um hospital geral da cidade do Recife

Abstract: RESUmoEste estudo descritivo, transversal, censitário, identificou Burnout e alguns fatores associados entre enfermeiros da assistên-cia pediátrica e tocoginecológica de hospital geral do nível terciário de atenção do Recife (PE). Participaram 63 profissionais (98,4% do total) que responderam a um questionário auto-aplicável (aspectos sócio-demográficos, condições laborais e Maslach Burnout Inventory). Na análi-se utilizou-se qui-quadrado, com nível de confiança de 95%. Predominou o gênero feminino (92,1%), co… Show more

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“…An international study, however, shows a contradictory result, in which the variable sex was considered a predictor of the syndrome (4) . The predominance of women is consistent with the preference of women for healthcare and occupations involving care, and the higher frequency of women in the nursing practice (16)(17) . Moreover, women are more susceptible to burnout because they have a greater tendency to get involved in the problems of patients.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 69%
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“…An international study, however, shows a contradictory result, in which the variable sex was considered a predictor of the syndrome (4) . The predominance of women is consistent with the preference of women for healthcare and occupations involving care, and the higher frequency of women in the nursing practice (16)(17) . Moreover, women are more susceptible to burnout because they have a greater tendency to get involved in the problems of patients.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 69%
“…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) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…16,20,21 However, the predominance of women in this study is in agreement with the fact that, in the health field, women are the majority because the preference in professions related to activities of caring; nurses more frequently are women. 22,23 Women are more vulnerable to depressive symptomatology, they are more likely to become involved in the problems of the people they care for. 20 Regarding the age, although the prevalence of depressive symptomatology is higher in young nurses under the age of 30, 15,24,25 no significant association was found in the literature.…”
Section: Depressive Symptomatology Among Nurses Of Intensive Carementioning
confidence: 99%
“…The others reported not knowing about the Burnout Syndrome. Lack of knowledge and the consequent distancing from the problem depict a worrying situation, due to the sneaky nature of that This article is available at: www.intarchmed.com and www.medbrary.com 4 malady, which may be present intermittently and progress with time [12].…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%