Jorge Antonio Hernández Vela

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2023/v23cs.1456-1460

The present research aimed to determine professional burnout in Comprehensive Care Teams in situations of violence against women and families. The methodology used was a quantitative, non-experimental, cross-sectional approach with a correlational design. A sample of 52 professionals was used. The Professional Burnout Questionnaire from the ILO (International Labor Organization) was utilized. The results indicate a moderate level of professional burnout in 88.5% of the respondents, with a tendency to be low in 9.6% of cases. This can be explained by a moderate level of lack of accomplishment in 46.2% of the participants, a moderate level of depersonalization in 36.5% with a tendency to be low in 36.5%, and a low level of emotional exhaustion in 42.3% of the members of the Comprehensive Care Teams for violence cases in Trujillo. It can be concluded that there is considerable burnout in their work in providing assistance to female victims of domestic violence, which may subsequently affect the quality of care provided.

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