El burnout: un factor de riesgo de la violencia hacia el profesional

Cristina Vidal Marti

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/cuid.2022.63.17

Resumen

Desde este espacio de reflexión, existe la voluntad de concienciar de la importancia de abordar la violencia del paciente hacia el profesional. El burnout es un factor de riesgo y, por consiguiente, la vulnerabilidad de los profesionales en la actualidad debida a la pandemia puede incrementar dicho riesgo, afectando gravemente su salud.


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violencia laboral; pandemia; riesgo; COVID-19.

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