PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS AND WORK STRESS OF NURSING HOSPITAL IN GUADALAJARA, MÉXICO

Stress at work is a problem of great magnitude and global significance, and affects the worker productivity. In the hospital setting, can be caused by psychosocial factors that have recently been defined, for the above we decided to determine which psychosocial factors are associated with occupation...

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Autores Principales: Enríquez, Claudia B., Colunga, Cecilia, Preciado, María de Lourdes, Ángel, Mario, Domínguez, Rebeca
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Publicado: Universidad Libre 2011
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description Stress at work is a problem of great magnitude and global significance, and affects the worker productivity. In the hospital setting, can be caused by psychosocial factors that have recently been defined, for the above we decided to determine which psychosocial factors are associated with occupational stress in nursing staff in tertiary care. Methodology: transversal study on probability sample of 218 nurses assigned to Pediatric Hospital. We applied the validated instrument called psychosocial factors at work and stress, inventory Seppo Aro, with Cronbach's alpha of 0.83 and 0.88 respectively and sociodemographic variables were considered contractual. With SPSS 10.0, we use descriptive statistics and X2, on the significant P <0,05. Results: mean age 37 + / -8 years, 55% married, 17% nursing auxiliaries, 54% nurse (or) general, 18% specialists, 11% floor managers, 35% day shift, 30% and 35% evening night. Stress found in 24% of the sample, not associated with socio-demographic characteristics except contractual shift. Psychosocial factors in 5 of 7 dimensions associated with stress. Remuneration and social interaction have no significant association. Workplace conditions and requirements are rated more negatively by people under stress and identified in 57% and 80% as poor, respectively.Conclusions: Psychosocial factors at work are classified as unfavorable by 37%. The frequency of stress is lower than reported, however, mustaddress the problem of stress and their relation to psychosocial factors atwork.
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author Enríquez, Claudia B.
Colunga, Cecilia
Preciado, María de Lourdes
Ángel, Mario
Domínguez, Rebeca
spellingShingle Enríquez, Claudia B.
Colunga, Cecilia
Preciado, María de Lourdes
Ángel, Mario
Domínguez, Rebeca
PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS AND WORK STRESS OF NURSING HOSPITAL IN GUADALAJARA, MÉXICO
author_facet Enríquez, Claudia B.
Colunga, Cecilia
Preciado, María de Lourdes
Ángel, Mario
Domínguez, Rebeca
author_sort Enríquez, Claudia B.
title PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS AND WORK STRESS OF NURSING HOSPITAL IN GUADALAJARA, MÉXICO
title_short PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS AND WORK STRESS OF NURSING HOSPITAL IN GUADALAJARA, MÉXICO
title_full PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS AND WORK STRESS OF NURSING HOSPITAL IN GUADALAJARA, MÉXICO
title_fullStr PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS AND WORK STRESS OF NURSING HOSPITAL IN GUADALAJARA, MÉXICO
title_full_unstemmed PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS AND WORK STRESS OF NURSING HOSPITAL IN GUADALAJARA, MÉXICO
title_sort psychosocial factors and work stress of nursing hospital in guadalajara, méxico
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spelling ir-10901-148402021-04-13T15:36:06Z PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS AND WORK STRESS OF NURSING HOSPITAL IN GUADALAJARA, MÉXICO Factores Psicosociales y Estrés en el Trabajo Hospitalario de Enfermería en Guadalajara, México. Enríquez, Claudia B. Colunga, Cecilia Preciado, María de Lourdes Ángel, Mario Domínguez, Rebeca Stress at work is a problem of great magnitude and global significance, and affects the worker productivity. In the hospital setting, can be caused by psychosocial factors that have recently been defined, for the above we decided to determine which psychosocial factors are associated with occupational stress in nursing staff in tertiary care. Methodology: transversal study on probability sample of 218 nurses assigned to Pediatric Hospital. We applied the validated instrument called psychosocial factors at work and stress, inventory Seppo Aro, with Cronbach's alpha of 0.83 and 0.88 respectively and sociodemographic variables were considered contractual. With SPSS 10.0, we use descriptive statistics and X2, on the significant P <0,05. Results: mean age 37 + / -8 years, 55% married, 17% nursing auxiliaries, 54% nurse (or) general, 18% specialists, 11% floor managers, 35% day shift, 30% and 35% evening night. Stress found in 24% of the sample, not associated with socio-demographic characteristics except contractual shift. Psychosocial factors in 5 of 7 dimensions associated with stress. Remuneration and social interaction have no significant association. Workplace conditions and requirements are rated more negatively by people under stress and identified in 57% and 80% as poor, respectively.Conclusions: Psychosocial factors at work are classified as unfavorable by 37%. The frequency of stress is lower than reported, however, mustaddress the problem of stress and their relation to psychosocial factors atwork. el estrés del trabajo es un problema de gran magnitud y trascendencia mundial, afecta al trabajador y la productividad. En el ámbito hospitalario, puede estar originado por factores psicosociales que poco se han definido; por lo anterior nos propusimos determinar qué factores psicosociales laborales se asocian con estrés en personal de enfermería de tercer nivel de atención. Metodología: estudio analítico transversal en muestra probabilística de 218 enfermeras adscritas a Hospital Pediátrico. Se aplicó el instrumento validado denominado factores psicosociales en el trabajo y para estrés, el inventario Seppo Aro, con alfa de Cronbach de 0,83 y 0,88 respectivamente; se consideraron variables sociodemográficas y contractuales. Con programa SPSS 10.0, aplicamos estadística descriptiva y X2, tomando como significativa P<0,05. Resultados: edad promedio 37+/-8 años, 55% casados, 17% auxiliares de enfermería, 54% enfermera(o) general, 18% especialistas, 11% jefes de piso, 35% turno matutino, 30% vespertino y 35% nocturno. Encontramos estrés en 24% de la muestra, no asociado a factores socio-demográficos y características contractuales a excepción de turno de trabajo. Factores psicosociales en 5 de 7 dimensiones asociaron con estrés. Remuneración e interacción social no presentan asociación significativa. Condiciones del lugar de trabajo y exigencias son calificadas más negativamente por las personas con estrés, señalándolas en 57% y 80% como insuficiente, respectivamente. Conclusiones: Los factores psicosociales laborales son calificados como desfavorables en 37%. La frecuencia de estrés es inferior a lo reportado, sin embargo, debe atenderse el problema del estrés y su relación con factores psicosociales laborales. 2011-03-31 2019-03-19T16:17:14Z 2019-03-19T16:17:14Z http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_6501 http://purl.org/coar/version/c_970fb48d4fbd8a85 https://revistas.unilibre.edu.co/index.php/rc_salud_ocupa/article/view/4796 http://hdl.handle.net/10901/14840 spa https://revistas.unilibre.edu.co/index.php/rc_salud_ocupa/article/view/4796/4095 Revistas - Ciencias de la Salud http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/co/ Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 2.5 Colombia application/pdf Universidad Libre Revista Colombiana de Salud Ocupacional; Vol 1 No 1 (2011): Revista Colombiana De Salud Ocupacional; 23-26 Revista Colombiana de Salud Ocupacional; Vol. 1 Núm. 1 (2011): Revista Colombiana De Salud Ocupacional; 23-26 2322-634X
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