Factores de riesgos psicosociales en auxiliares de enfermería de un hospital de la red pública en la ciudad de Bogotá, Colombia
Jimenez, Cristian Arley | 2017-01
Nursing work is considered as a stressful activity, tending to promote the appearance of psychosocial risk, by the working conditions of the hospital services and nursing work, which can trigger alterations or damages in health, of type Physical, mental and emotional. The objective was to evaluate the psychosocial risk factors in the nursing auxiliaries of a public network hospital in the city of Bogotá, Colombia. Quantitative study, descriptive type. The sample consisted of 90 nursing auxiliaries; for the collection of the information, the questionnaire CoPsoQ-istas21, version 2.0 2014, instrument that evaluates the exposure to psychosocial risk, based on prevention, was used. The results show that 84,5% of the participants correspond to women, 52,9%, have an age that does not exceed 31 years, and 75,9% have a temporary contract. As for the exposure of psychosocial risks, the most unfavorable dimensions for health were the work rate 97,6%, insecurity about working conditions 66,1% and the requirements to hide emotions 65,2%; With respect to the dimensions favorable to health, it emphasizes the sense of work 90,8% and the possibilities of development 90,7%. The research shows the psychosocial conditions that can affect the health of the population under study.