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Burnout en Fisioterapeutas Españoles

fisioterapia2M. Francisca Serrano Gisbert,
E. Javier Garcés de los Fayos,
Maria Dolores Hidalgo Montesinos

Universidad de Murcia.

Diverse works on health sciences emphasise the importance of burnout in specific jobs. However, there is a lack of research about the presence of this syndrome in Spanish physiotherapists. The aims of this study were to  determine the prevalence of burnout among physiotherapists and the relationship with work-related factors. 462 questionnaires were sent to healthcentres. The  questionnaire of work-related factors was administered, as well as the Maslach burnout inventory (MBI). 258 responses were received (55.8{20a60b73a1cda07ce2433237b967754d6e53d5d16fc2e14f7e109f91f7e5e586} response rate) from Murcia and Valencia. Regarding results 10 (4{20a60b73a1cda07ce2433237b967754d6e53d5d16fc2e14f7e109f91f7e5e586}) physiotherapists showed severe burnout. In relation to work-related factors, significant differences were observed. Although the percentage of physiotherapists with severe burnout was relatively low, it is important take into account that the syndrome requires the combined presence of three dimensions, which implies a very relevant situation of mental deterioration.


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