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Dianys Sofía Tirado Moras

Facultad ciencias de la salud Enfermeria I Semestre UNICORDOBA 2013

insensitivity and cynicism. which can manifest physically. these authors identified three aspects or dimensions of burnout: emotional exhaustion. and they devised a measuring instrument. inability to withstand stress. especially towards the beneficiaries of the work itself. low productivity. to which can be considered as mere numbers ("714"). social workers. police). avoidance of labor relations.BURNOUT SYNDROME Stress is part of our daily lives so much that can be considered as "the malaise of our civilization '. which is a series of negative responses to yourself and your work. . which shows a negative change in attitudes towards others." On the other hand. exhaustion and fatigue. depersonalization and lack of personal accomplishment. So many professionals potentially affected by the syndrome (nurses. increased irritability. teachers. psychologically or a combination. but this same answer. to an excessive degree. demonstrate pathological feelings towards others. The emotional exhaustion has been defined as wear. In the context of occupational health comes the development of a new process: Burnout syndrome. affecting both health and personal well as job satisfaction and collective. In this regard. loss of work motivation and low self-esteem. low morale. The second aspect is the trend related to depersonalization. loss of energy. doctors. Several authors have documented that this syndrome affects those occupations that require direct contact with people and a "humanistic philosophy" of labor. typical of depression. laid the foundation for studies in different communities and societies. and also is widespread within each Maslach Burnout and Jackson4 defined as "a gradual loss of concern and all emotional feeling towards the people who work and leads to isolation and dehumanization. it has been argued that depersonalization at moderate levels would be an adaptive response to the professionals. called the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) In addition. ie those that require high dose delivery and involvement. The third component of burnout is the feeling of lack of personal accomplishment.

On one hand. encouraging the individual to overcome. The problems that can be solved not lead to Burnout in fact controlled stress can have positive effects. would be particularly vulnerable to burnout. up to 25% of it would be affected by the syndrome. in response to experiences of stress and tension in it. Indeed. professional and institutional. the work being done in hospitals requires that all professionals have sufficient clinical experience and maturity that allows them to face the difficult decision of which often derive ethical and moral implications. the Burnout begin when the individual feels helpless to change the situation. Thus. From the above it follows that to display the Burnout involves the interaction between individual responses to stress with job strain in the work environment. and especially the nurses. In this sense.For others Burnout refers to a process in which professionals are disabused of their work. according to recent epidemiological studies conducted in the nursing staff. which are potential causes of the syndrome we studied . nursing has been identified as a particular risk group because it concur personal. In this framework the medical staff. which culminate in a rewarding and competing professional.

NOUNS OF THE ARTICLE NOUNS life point discomfort civilization welfare loss concern Feeling instrument energy Plurals lives points discomforts civilizations Welfares losses concerns feelings tools energies Translation Vida Punto Malestar Civilizacion Bienestar Perdida Peocupacion sentimientos instrumento energia .

Nouns trend Change work sens reply degree feeling depression process exhaustion Plurals tendencies Changes Works Senses Answers Degrees sensations depressions processes depletions Translation tendencia cambio obra sentido respuesta grado sensacion depresiones proceso agotamiento .