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Occupational risks and diseases of nursing university lectures: implications to the worker healthy

Riscos e doenças ocupacionais do docente universitário de enfermagem: implicações na saúde do trabalhador
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Oliveira, Jefferson Moraes de; Santos, Priscilla Furtado; Feliciano, Rafaela de Godoy; Assis, Maíra Muniz; Cortez, Elaine Antunes; Valente, Geilsa Soraia Cavalcanti

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Abstract Objectives: To identify the conditions of work and the reasons for absence from the university professor of nursing; analyze risks and occupational diseases and to propose preventive measures to nursing faculty. Methods: Field research, descriptive and exploratory, with quantitative and qualitative approach. Data were collected through a questionnaire, whose subjects were university professors of nursing in a private educational institution in the city of Niterói. Thematic analysis was performed for statistical and qualitative / quantitative percentage for. Results: Working Conditions and Risks of teachers; Occupational diseases and Grounds for removal; prevention measures. Conclusion: Aiming to provide education to these workers improve health conditions, it is important to intervene with practical physical activities and leisure guidelines of proper use of the voice and implement organizational change and working conditions in the institution.
Keywords university teacher; nursing; occupational disease; working conditions; occupational medicine; workload; health care; Brazil
Classification Medicine, Social Medicine; Teachers, Students, Pupils
Method empirical; qualitative empirical; quantitative empirical
Free Keywords occupational risks; worker healthy; nursing lecturer
Document language Portugese
Publication Year 2013
Page/Pages p. 3267-3275
Journal Revista de Pesquisa: Cuidado é Fundamental Online, 5 (2013) 1
ISSN 2175-5361
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Free Digital Peer Publishing Licence