Importancia del descanso y las relaciones familiares como factores psicosociales extralaborales que afectan al personal de enfermería

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https://doi.org/10.56294/saludcyt202297

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Descanso, Relaciones Familiares, Enfermería

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En la actualidad se aborda la temática del bienestar del personal desde muchas ópticas del espectro laboral, pero se puede encontrar en el trasfondo de estas aproximaciones la intencionalidad de mejorar las condiciones de descanso de los trabajadores sanitarios e influir de esta forma en sus relaciones familiares. Las formas en que los profesionales de salud perciben y aprovechan esos periodos de descanso y cómo influyen estos en sus dinámicas de familia son parte importante de los retos de la gestión de las instituciones sobre el personal sanitario. A pesar de las condiciones y exigencias laborales actuales el descanso y las relaciones familiares se erigen como factores psicosociales protectores del bienestar del profesional de enfermería. En cuanto a las relaciones familiares el conflicto trabajo-familia es la principal problemática sobre la que deben centrarse los esfuerzos de las instituciones para mejorar el estado de sus profesionales.

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2022-10-23

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Garay Pardo RA, Parra RA. Importancia del descanso y las relaciones familiares como factores psicosociales extralaborales que afectan al personal de enfermería. Salud Cienc. Tecnol. [Internet]. 23 de octubre de 2022 [citado 4 de diciembre de 2022];2:97. Disponible en: https://revista.saludcyt.ar/ojs/index.php/sct/article/view/97

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