Burnout Syndrome and Quality of Life in Nursing Professors of a Public University
AbstractObjective: To characterize the sociodemographic conditions of nursing teachers, evaluate the SB, check the perception of quality of life and analyze the quality of life of these according to the physical, psychological, social relationships and environment. Method: This is a study of exploratory, descriptive and quantitative approach, conducted with 35 teachers of nursing course. For this we used the SBI and the WHOQOL-BREF. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics. Results: 4 were identified (11.43%) teachers with high level, 9 (25.71%) with an average level of 15 (42.86%) with low and 6 (17.14%) with very low symptoms for Burnout. On the issue of quality of life, the perception of quality of life and satisfaction with health obtained regular classification. Conclusion: It is necessary to strengthen the measures that can prevent the SB and study strategies to face this problem in academia.
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