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FACTORES ASOCIADOS AL SINDROME BURNOUT EN MEDICOS Y ENFERMERAS DEL HOSPITAL NACIONAL SUR ESTE DE ESSALUD DEL CUSCO

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    ABSTRACT: The Syndrome of Burnout is one of the manifestations that most affects the health professionals; with diverse consequences for them and their surroundings. It is one of the most recognized causes of job absenteeism, low quality care and laboral lawsuits. The aim of this study was to find the prevalence of the Syndrome among the residents of the medical surgical specialties of university hospitals, as well as its relation with sociodemographic and labor variables and the Psychological wellbeing. The present study of analytical prevalence included a sample of 138 residents to whom the Brief Questionnaire of Burnout (CBB) was administered to measure the level of the Syndrome. This questionnaire consists of three dimensions in working conditions: causes of Burnout (CBO); Syndrome (SBO) and consequences (CON). 12,6% of the residents presented a high level of Burnout. The statistical analysis showed a negative association between the Burnout and the psychological wellbeing and between the latter and long working hours. Statistically significant associations with the sociodemographic and labor variables were not found.
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    ABSTRACT: Introduction: Physician-patient relationship is the most important power for health recovery. Nevertheless it appears threatened by the many changes affecting today's medical practice. Objectives: To determine patient's perception on the quality of the doctor-patient relationship and its association with physician's and patient's characteristics. Design: Observational study, inquiry type. Setting: Department of Medicine, Hospital Nacional Daniel Alcides Carrion, Callao, Peru, a teaching hospital. Participants: Medicine outpatient patients. Interventions: A semi-opened questionnaire with 21 questions was applied to systematically selected patients when leaving the doctors' office. Main outcome measures: Quality of doctor-patient relationship. Results: One hundred and sixty-eight patients were inquired, 39,9% had been previously attended in other place for the same health problem, 51,2% were attended for the first time. An adequate doctor-patient relationship was found in 92,3% and 89,3% were very satisfied. The quality of doctor- patient relationship perceived was strongly associated to medical attention satisfaction (p
    Anales de la Facultad de Medicina. 03/2008; 69(1).
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