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Enfermería Global

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LEAL DOCAMPO, Purificación  and  DE PABLO JARQUE, Isabel. Rehabilitate in psychiatry, Does it burn nursing staff out?. Enferm. glob. [online]. 2014, vol.13, n.36, pp.156-167. ISSN 1695-6141.

The aim: of this study was to analyze the burnout on nurses dedicated to inpatient psychiatric rehabilitation. This took into account the three specific dimensions of the syndrome (emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and lack of professional accomplishment), organizational type variables as potential sources of stress, the consequences for the physical, psychological, social and family labor and the role played in the development of this process of socio-demographic variables and personality. These data, which includes the questionnaire CDPE-A Moreno Jiménez, on a sample of 42 nurses Psychiatric Rehabilitation Hospital O Rebullón of Vigo (Spain), were analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics. The results: indicate a low presence of burnout syndrome in the study population. Low relevance of sociodemographic and work variables with significant bivariate level effects only in terms of age and children, and no main effects multivariate level. However we show high levels in all dimensions of the scale of hardiness, and strong coping mechanisms both directly and in the perception of social support, which makes it possible to interpret these variables may be intervening as protective factors against development of the syndrome and thus may serve as indicators of occupational health and quality of care.

Keywords : Wear professional (burnout); nurses psychiatric rehabilitation; CDPE-A; socio-demographic variables; hardiness.

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