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Ciencias Psicológicas

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RATTO DATTOLI, Andrea; GARCIA PEREZ, Reina Coral; SILVA, María Inés  and  GONZALEZ, María del Carmen. BURNOUT SYNDROME AND PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN MONTEVIDEO. Cienc. Psicol. [online]. 2015, vol.9, n.2, pp.273-281. ISSN 1688-4094.

This study explores the Burnout Syndrome through CESQT inventory (Gil-Monte, 2011) and its relationship with psychosocial factors (role related stress, supervision, organizational characteristics, professional worries and lack of professional recognition assessed by the CBP-R questionnaire (Moreno Jiménez, Garrosa Hernández, & González Gutiérrez, 2000). A sample of 71 primary school teachers from private schools in Montevideo participated in this study. According to the results of the CESQT, 21,4% (15 teachers) presented a severe level of Burnout Syndrome and 1,4% (1 teacher) also showed guilty feelings (Profile 2). Significant correlations were found between Role Stress, Organizational Work Conditions, Supervision, and Low Appreciation of Professional Performance, with Burnout Syndrome. Finally, we discuss teachers’ work-related health results and study limitations as well as suggestions for further research

Keywords : burnout syndrome; teachers; psychosocial factors.

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