Burnout Syndrome and Drugs Use in the Family Health Strategy Nursing Team Brazilian


Authors : Adriane Batista de Araújo; Núbia Fernandes Teixeira; Carla Denari Giuliani; Maria Cristina de Moura Ferreira; Marcelle Aparecida de Barros Junqueira; Faculdade de Medicina

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 8 - August

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20AUG522

Introduction: This research alludes to Burnout Syndrome within the team of nursing professionals (auxiliaries, technicians and nurses) of the Family Health Strategy (ESF). Objectives: To correlate the occurrence of Burnout Syndrome and drug use among nursing professionals in the Uberlândia Family Health Strategy. Describe the socio-demographic and work characteristics of nursing professionals. To identify the presence of Burnout Syndrome among nursing professionals. To characterize the profile of drug use among nursing professionals. Method: The research has a descriptive-analytical, quantitative character, performed according to CNS Resolution 466/12. Questionnaires were applied in a sample of 112 professionals in the UBSF's of the city of Uberlândia. Simple and applied statistics were used to collect the data. Results: The study showed that the sample was more predominantly female, from the age group of 30 to 49 years (adult phase) that are characteristics of the vulnerability to the disease. The sectors that includes the largest number of professionals are the South and West sectors. It was identified with the MBI - Maslach Burnout Inventory questionnaire that only 4.5% of the sample presented Burnout Syndrome, although it was found that 19.05% showed professional exhaustion and 7.9%, depersonalization. These last data allude that a significant part of the professionals are more likely to develop the Syndrome. In fact, the relationship between drug use and job satisfaction was evaluated, which resulted in alcohol being the drug that had a greater predominance of use in relation to other drugs. With analysis of the statistics, it is perceived that this consumption rises to the level of the use of risk, which is very prone to develop dependency. Conclusion: The research alluded well to the problem. Situational leadership is a way for the health care team leader to decrease the propensity for Burnout Syndrome in their employees. After all, Burnout Syndrome makes it impossible for nurses to commit to nursing, because of its consequences reaching not only the professionals, but also the caregivers.

Keywords : Burnout, professional. Nursing. Occupational health Introduction.

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