Syndróm vyhorenia u zdravotníckych záchranárov

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    Autor: Marek Šichman

    In: Zdravotnícke štúdie

    ISSN: 1337-723X

    Ročník: 14

    Číslo: 1

    Strany: 38-42

    Rok vydania: 2022

    Vydavateľ: VERBUM – vydavateľstvo Katolíckej univerzity v Ružomberku


    Burnout has consistently been identified as an issue in health professionals, with paramedics in particular frequently noted to have high burnout rates.
    Objectives: The current study aimed to describe the prevalence of total work burnout in paramedics and of three subcategories: persona1, workrelated and patient-related burnout.
    Material and methods: This cross-sectional online survey presented the Copenhagen Burnout lnventory (CBI) to a national convenience sample (n=393) over a 5-week period from October-November 2021.
    Results: The primary outcome was prevalence of total burnout (%). Secondary outcomes were prevalence of subgroups of burnout and predictive factors. More than half (56.15%) of respondents were determined to have total burnout at the time of completing the survey; 46.4% had patientrelated burnout; 62.3% had work-related burnout; and 71.9% had personal-related burnout. Females, city work location, and having worked for 15-19 years as a paramedic were all predictive of total burnout.
    Conclusion: The study showed high prevalence of total burnout among this sample of paramedics.

    Keywords:  Burnout. Paramedic. Copenhagen Burnout lnventory (CBI). Slovak Republic.


    ŠICHMAN, Marek. Syndróm vyhorenia u zdravotníckych záchranárov. In: Zdravotnícke štúdie [online]. Ružomberok: VERBUM – vydavateľstvo Katolíckej univerzity v Ružomberku, 2022, 14 (1), s. 38-42. ISSN 1337-723X. Dostupné na internete: