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Hacia la Promoción de la Salud

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CORREDOR PULIDO, Marcela Edith  and  MONROY FONSECA, Jenny Paola. PATTERNS OF CONDUCT DESCRIPTION AND COMPARISON, WORK-RELATED STRESS AND BURNOUT IN HEALTH PERSONNEL. Hacia promoc. Salud [online]. 2009, vol.14, n.1, pp.109-123. ISSN 0121-7577.

Objective: this research describes and compares the patterns of conduct (PCT), work-related stress (WRS) and the burnout syndrome (BOS) with socio-demographic variables in health personnel, with ages ranging from 20 to 65, from two private clinics. Methodology: it is a quantitative study with a comparative and descriptive character; the Jenkins Activities Inventory, the el EAE-S and MBI were implemented. For the data analysis the statistical package Epi-Info was used, and as the primary measure the OR (cross product) was implemented. Results: The results showed that doctors with a 42.2%, from the Sogamoso clinic with a 57.8%, 64.7% in males, and those who are married and living with their couple with a 54.3% showed more PCT Type A. Similarly, stress was associated only with marital status, with married people and those that live with their couple are more likely to present high and average stress-related stress. The maintenance personnel between the ages of 20 to 35 years of age, working in the Sogamoso clinic, who are married or that live with their couple, and that have a temporal contract, ted are more likely to present BOS. There was no significant relation between PCT Type A, WRS and BOS.

Keywords : Patterns of conduct type A and type B; work-related stress; burnout syndrome; health personnel.

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