Burnout syndrome and work stress by covid-19 in ecuadorian university teachers

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Title Burnout syndrome and work stress by covid-19 in ecuadorian university teachers
Síndrome de burnout y estrés laboral por covid-19 en docentes universitarios ecuatorianos Burnout syndrome and work stress by covid-19 in ecuadorian university teachers
 
Creator Camacho, Raúl
Gaspar, María
Rivas, Carlos
 
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Burnout syndrome, COVID-19, pandemic.

síndrome de Burnout; COVID-19; pandemia. Burnout syndrome, COVID-19, pandemic.
 
Description The university teaching group with academic confinement adaptation is influenced by high levels of stress, an effect that can cause the increase in Burnout syndrome. The objective of this study was to determine the work stress perceived by teachers during confinement measures to reduce COVID-19 infections. To this end, a descriptive cross-sectional study was carried out with 56 teachers from the public sector of university education, who were surveyed online supported by the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) instrument, composed of 22 items and three dimensions related to emotional exhaustion by high levels of work stress. Evidenced that 95% manifest emotional fatigue, 54% depersonalization in the range of the medium level category and also in the dimension that represents personal fulfillment. It is corroborated the existence of Burnout in the educational labor environment in university professors of the Ecuadorian public sector.
El colectivo docente universitario con la adaptación académica confinamiento, se encuentra influenciado por altos niveles de estrés, efecto que puede ocasionar el acrecentamiento del síndrome de Burnout. El objetivo de este estudio fue determinar el estrés laboral percibido por los docentes durante las medidas de confinamiento para la disminución de los contagios por COVID-19. A tal efecto, se realizó un estudio transversal descriptivo con 56 docentes del sector público de educación universitaria, quienes se encuestaron de manera online apoyados en el instrumento Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI), compuesto por 22 ítems y tres dimensiones relacionadas con el agotamiento emocional por niveles altos de estrés laboral. Evidenciándose que un 95% manifiesta cansancio emocional, un 54% despersonalización en el intervalo de la categoría nivel medio e igualmente en la dimensión que representa la realización personal. Se corrobora la existencia del Burnout en el ámbito laboral educativo en profesores universitarios del sector público ecuatoriano.The university teaching group with academic confinement adaptation is influenced by high levels of stress, an effect that can cause the increase in Burnout syndrome. The objective of this study was to determine the work stress perceived by teachers during confinement measures to reduce COVID-19 infections. To this end, a descriptive cross-sectional study was carried out with 56 teachers from the public sector of university education, who were surveyed online supported by the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) instrument, composed of 22 items and three dimensions related to emotional exhaustion by high levels of work stress. Evidenced that 95% manifest emotional fatigue, 54% depersonalization in the range of the medium level category and also in the dimension that represents personal fulfillment. It is corroborated the existence of Burnout in the educational labor environment in university professors of the Ecuadorian public sector.
 
Publisher GICOS
 
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Date 2021-10-12
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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Identifier http://erevistas.saber.ula.ve/index.php/gicos/article/view/17425
 
Source GICOS; Vol. 6, Núm. 4 (2021): julio-diciembre; 166-177
2610-797X
 
Language spa
 
Relation http://erevistas.saber.ula.ve/index.php/gicos/article/view/17425/21921928623
 
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