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Revista Salud Uninorte

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ARANDA BELTRAN, Carolina; GONZALEZ BALTAZAR, Raquel; PANDO MORENO, Manuel  e  HIDALGO SANTACRUZ, Gustavo. Labor psychosocial risk factors, social support and Burnout syndrome in family doctors of three public health institutions, Guadalajara (Mexico). Salud, Barranquilla [online]. 2013, vol.29, n.3, pp.487-500. ISSN 0120-5552.

Objectives: To analyze negative labor psychosocial risks and social support, as incidents of Burnout syndrome in family doctors working in three public health institutions in Guadalajara, Mexico. Material and methods: The study was descriptive, analytical and comparative. The population consisted of family physicians based on the three institutions named as Institution 1, 2, and 3. We used three assessment tools: the Guide to Identify Psychosocial Factors of the Mexican Social Security Institute, the Diaz Veiga Modified Inventory of Social Resources and the rating scale of Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI). Results: In general, we found adequate or good social support at the three institutions. The prevalences for the negative psychosocial factors were higher for the institution 3 (33.64 %), while for the Burnout syndrome, the institution showed a higher percentages (43.5 %). There were some significant associations between study variables. Conclusion: The need to reorganize certain working conditions, specifically those focused on work tasks, are essential for the prevention and reduction of the presence of Burnout Syndrome.

Palavras-chave : psychosocial factors; Burnout syndrome; family physicians; public health institutions.

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