L’impatto del burnout, ansia e disturbi del sonno sulla qualità della vita degli infermieri di area critica: un protocollo di ricerca

Luciano Cecere, Salvatore De Novellis, Agostino Gravante, Francesco Gravante, Roberto Latina

Abstract

La Qualità della Vita, viene definita dall’Organizzazione Mondiale della Sanità come “La percezione dell’individuo della propria posizione nella vita nel contesto dei sistemi culturali e dei valori di riferimento nei quali è inserito e in relazione ai propri obiettivi, aspettative, standard e interessi”. In relazione alla categoria infermieristica emerge un dato poco incoraggiante dalla letteratura internazionale; soltanto il 3,6% di essa è soddisfatta della propria attività lavorativa e professionale, inoltre in larga misura gli infermieri ritengono che molti aspetti della propria qualità della vita siano poco soddisfacenti.

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