Burnout Syndrome in Medical Staff and Their Relationship to Quality of Care


Authors : Roger Ramos Rivera; Leticia del Carmen Flores Alfaro; Ivett Reyes Guillén

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 6 - June

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The Burnout syndrome, called Burnout Syndrome, is a problem that has existed through the times, increasing today for various reasons, within which are the institutional pressure, the work against the clock, the presence of epidemics and pandemics that attack the humanity of the 21st century, as well as the multiemployment of doctors in order to have greater economic stability , this mainly in underdeveloped countries. The main objective of this research was to know the presence of Burnout Syndrome, and the causes identified by doctors. Like also, the analysis of the presence of wear syndrome in medical staff and its relationship with the quality of patient care. The study was conducted at a General Hospital in the city of Tonalá, Chiapas, Mexico. The most important findings were that the quality of medical care is affected due to stress, tiredness, which medical staff have, representing 25% of the staff in the family medicine and emergency area.

Keywords : Burnout Syndrome; Quality Of Medical Care, Medical Staff

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