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ROJAS OCANA, Mª. Jesús  and  RODRIGUEZ RODRIGUEZ, Juan Bautista. Psychosocial risk factors in the faculty of Nursing Geriatric universities Spanish (Part 1). Gerokomos [online]. 2010, vol.21, n.4, pp.158-166. ISSN 1134-928X.

The University is currently training as a driver and guide of the new social and technological change, forcing teachers to conduct activities related to teaching, research and university management. The new role of teachers is based on the ability to meet the challenges of a new education that is necessary to combine technological advances, new pedagogical approaches and new methodologies that involve a high level of requirements for teachers, which added to the conditions work, salary, interpersonal relations, the continuing signs of competence and evaluations suffered this group are important aspects that exert great influence on psychological well-being and directly affect physical health. The objective of our study is an assessment of psychosocial factors in a group of university professors in the Degree in Nursing, through the vehicle ISTAS21 a tool for risk assessment of psychosocial work that supports a methodology for prevention half version. The problems encountered are exhibitions including the double presence, quantity and cognitive psychological demands, requiring all early interventions to prevent health problems.

Keywords : Psychosocial risks; universitary proffesors; health.

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