Síndrome de burnout en personal de salud durante la pandemia COVID-19: un semáforo naranja en la salud mental

Resumen

La pandemia de COVID-19 es un reto enorme para la salud pública y la economía mundial; también es un reto mayor para la salud mental, siendo uno de los grupos potencialmente más afectados el personal de salud. Uno de los efectos que ya se observa entre los trabajadores de este grupo ocupacional es el síndrome de burnout. En este artículo se revisa el origen del síndrome de burnout entre el personal sanitario, su importancia en el contexto de la pandemia y se proponen estrategias para disminuir o controlar su ocurrencia.

Palabras clave: COVID-19, Salud mental, Burnout, Personal sanitario

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Publicado
2020-10-21
Sección
Revisión de Tema