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IMPACT OF MULTIPROFESSIONAL RESIDENCE ON SLEEP QUALITY AND MENTAL HEALTH
Residence is a period marked by several changes in lifestyle, leading to impairment in physical and mental health, impacting on quality of life.
To investigate the impact of multiprofessional residency on sleep quality and mental health in multiprofessional health residents.
This is a cross-sectional study with quantitative data. The target audience was multiprofessional health residents (R1 and R2) of a university hospital in the state of Piauí, Brazil. Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI), Epworth Sleepiness Scale (ESS) and Preliminary Burnout Identification Questionnaires were used. This study was approved by the Research Ethics Committee.
The sample consisted of 28 residents, 82.1% female, mean age 25.5 + 0.69 years. It observed an average sleep duration of 5.9 ± 0.6 with significant difference between first and second year residents (p = 0.03). As for sleep quality, a mean PSQI score of 8.18 ± 3.0 (> 5 = poor sleep quality) will decrease with 67.9% of poor sleep quality. The Epworth Sleepiness Scale showed a mean score of 10.4 ± 4.3 (> 10 = excessive daytime sleepiness - EDS) with 46.4% showing more sleepy EDS for R2. Regarding Burnout Syndrome, an average score of 57.3 was observed, and 61.4% of R2 reported “onset of installation” or “executable phase” of the syndrome that occurs in this case of difference between groups R1 and R2 (p <0.01). There is no significant correlation between sleep and burnout variables.
It is concluded that residents are affected by sleep deprivation and burnout symptoms, and it is highlighted that residents R1 are similar to R2.
Sleep, Mental Health, Exhaustion; Hospital Residence.
HU-UFPI - Piaui - Brasil
LUANA GABRIELLE DE FRANÇA FERREIRA, IGOR ALMEIDA SILVA, CARLA MIKAELLA DE MOURA BRAZIL, DIOGO AUGUSTO FROTA DE CARVALHO