Incidência da síndrome de Burnout em militares do exército brasileiro na região amazônica

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https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1806-6976.smad.2021.163263

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Causalidade, Militares, Esgotamento Profissional, Ecossistema Amazônico

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Objetivo: este estudo teve como objetivo investigar os níveis de Burnout e possíveis fatores predisponentes entre militares do Exército Brasileiro que estavam servindo na Amazônia Brasileira. Método: a amostra foi composta por 122 militares (oficiais e sargentos) voluntários com idade média de 36,80 ± 6,69 anos, 53 empregados nas missões operacionais (segurança nas fronteiras, patrulha, exercícios de defesa externa e interna) e 69 empregados nas missões administrativas (logística interna). Foram selecionados oficiais (29) e sargentos (93) servindo em Porto Velho, noroeste do Brasil. Eles responderam a um questionário sociodemográfico e ao Malash Burnout Inventory, validado para o Brasil. Resultados: os resultados mostraram que os níveis de esgotamento nos militares do Exército que servem na região são altos. As principais condições sociodemográficas, trabalhistas, físicas e sociais associadas a níveis significativamente mais altos de esgotamento no presente estudo foram: redução do tempo de serviço, estilo de vida sedentário, trabalho extra, menor hierarquia e morar longe dos familiares. Conclusão: a interação entre os dois instrumentos constatou que os militares que atuam na área operacional, entre 6 e 10 anos de serviço, solteiros, que exercem pouca atividade física e cujos familiares moram longe foram os que possuíam o maiores níveis de Burnout.

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2021-12-31

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Souza, Y. R. de, Feitosa, F. B., & Bezerra, G. S. (2021). Incidência da síndrome de Burnout em militares do exército brasileiro na região amazônica. SMAD, Revista Eletrônica Saúde Mental Álcool E Drogas (Edição Em Português), 17(4), 14-22. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1806-6976.smad.2021.163263