Relación entre sintomatología emocional, estrés laboral, síndrome de burnout y flexibilidad psicológica en el personal de enfermería del sistema público andaluz

  1. BLANCA CUENCA, MARÍA
Dirixida por:
  1. María José Calero García Director
  2. María Belén García Martín Director

Universidade de defensa: Universidad de Jaén

Fecha de defensa: 08 de xullo de 2022

Tribunal:
  1. María Luisa Grande Gascón Presidenta
  2. Ana Raquel Ortega Martínez Secretaria
  3. María Paz García Caro Vogal

Tipo: Tese

Teseo: 777813 DIALNET

Resumo

The aim of this study was to analyse the relationship between work-related stressors, emotional symptomatology, Burnout syndrome and psychological flexibility in nursing staff. The sample consisted of 980 participants. The NSS, DASS-21, MBI and AAQ-II questionnaires were performed in this comparative correlational study. Significant negative correlations between psychological flexibility and work-related stressors, work stress, emotional symptomatology and Burnout were found. Significant negative correlations between age and anxiety and work-related stress were observed; as well as between work-related stressors and age. The rotating shift was associated with higher levels of anxiety and work stress, and the day shift with higher levels of depression. Community nurses scored less work-related stress, emotional symptomatology and Burnout, and reported a higher level of personal accomplishment. Psychological flexibility seems to explain a significant prevalence of emotional symptomatology and acts as a predictor variable of Burnout in nursing staff. Three predictive models appear for each Burnout dimension in nurses.