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Year 2010 Vol. 18 No 6

ANESTHESIOLOGY-REANIMATOLOGY

MAMAS A.N., KOSAREVSKAYA T.E.

INVESTIGATION OF BURNOUT SYNDROME OF ANAESTHESIOLOGISTS-REANIMATOLOGISTS

Objectives. To study the degree of intensity of burnout syndrome as well as the factors, influencing given syndrome development in the anesthesiologists-reanimatologists.
Methods. 119 anesthesiologists-reanimatologists of various experience length groups were investigated. The intensity degree of burnout syndrome and its link with the experience length of the professional activity and the sex of anesthesiologists-reanimatologists were studied.
Results. Significant differences in the intensity degree and the structure of burnout syndrome in anesthesiologists-reanimatologists were determined depending on the experience length of the professional activity. The course of burnout syndrome has its own peculiarities in males and females.
Conclusions. The obtained data testify to the expediency of practical introducing of special programs aimed to reveal burnout syndrome in anesthesiologists-reanimatologists and if necessary to render a psychological assistance to them.

Keywords: professional activity of anesthesiologists-reanimatologists, burnout syndrome
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