Monalisa de Cássia Fogaça

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OBJECTIVE To investigate the relationship between work and quality of life of doctors and nurses in pediatric intensive care units and neonatal. METHODS Cross-sectional study with 37 doctors and 20 nurses. The Job Content Questionnarie (JCQ) e Effort-Reward Imbalance (ERI), and World Health Organization Quality of Life (WHOQOL-100) were used. The(More)
OBJECTIVES Bibliographic review on occupational stress and burnout presence in physicians and nurses that work in pediatric and neonatal intensive care units. METHODS The articles were selected from the MedLine, LILACS and SciElo data base using the key words: stress, burnout, physicians, nursing, intensive care unit, pediatric intensive care unit and(More)
To compare the demand and control over work of physicians and nurses working in pediatric and neonatal critical care units. Cross-sectional study with 37 doctors and 20 nurses. We used the Job Content Questionnarie. Physicians from the ICU Neonatal differ in social support received from the supervisor (p= 0.01) compared to the ICU Pediatric. ICU nurses of(More)
Compare the Quality of Life (QL) of doctors and nurses who work in Pediatric (PED) and Neonatal (NEO) Intensive Care Units, and to evaluate whether there are differences between the QL in the same job category, but differing according to the work unit. This descriptive study was performed with 37 physicians and 20 nurses. The WHOQOL100 was used. Physicians(More)
In the last years, the relationship between occupational stress and the workers’ mental health has been the subject of many studies1-3 in our environment as well as in other countries, due to the alarming levels of temporary incapacitation, absenteeism, early retirements and health risks associated to professional activity.4 Several studies5-9 developed(More)
CONTEXT AND OBJECTIVE The evaluation of adrenocortical function with the use of therapeutic massage has been little studied in Brazil. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the salivary cortisol levels before and after Shantala massage therapy on healthy infants. DESIGN AND SETTING Prospective case series, in a public nursery, in São Paulo. METHODS(More)
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