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Psihijatrija danas
2012, vol. 44, br. 1, str. 61-72
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: istraživački članak
objavljeno: 22/03/2013
Depressive symptomatology and health status of Hungarian females working in the field of psychiatry
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)
aBudapest, Hungary
bInstitute of Behavioural Sciences, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary
cNational Institute of Medical Rehabilitation, Department of Psychotherapy, Hungary

e-adresa: tury@t-online.hu

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(ne postoji na srpskom)
Background and aim. Former studies demonstrated the physical and mental vulnerability of psychiatrists, especially for depressive and addictive disorders. We hypothesized that the depressive symptomatology has an impact on the psychological morbidity, risk factors, and somatic morbidity. Methods. In 2006 a questionnaire survey was conducted among Hungarian psychiatrists, and data was collected from 160 females. Depressive symptomatology was measured by the shortened Beck Depression Inventory. The occurrence of certain illnesses was checked by a disease list consisting of 39 items. For measuring burnout the Maslach Burnout Inventory was used. Results. One fifth of the sample has depressive symptoms. The outcomes of the single variable analysis show significant strong correlation between depressive symptomatology and the dimensions of burnout, overload, stressful situations, regular use of anxiolytics and antidepressants, and working hours exceeding 8 hours per day. There is a significant correlation between depressive symptomatology and the prevalence of respiratory diseases, allergy, gastrointestinal diseases, skeletal and muscular diseases. Conclusions. The presence of depressive symptoms may be mediating factor in the development of chronic diseases. The nature of the psychiatric profession can also have a determining role in the high prevalence of depressive symptoms, especially the high level of emotional overload.

Ključne reči

psychiatrists; depression; anxiety; somatic morbidity

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