QUALITY OF WORK LIFE OF ROTATING NURSING INTERNS IN PRE-PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
Introduction: The global concept of professional quality of life (QOL) is complex. It involves characteristics of a work environment, personal characteristics of the individual and the professional's exposure to primary and secondary traumas in the work environment. Objective: To determine the quality of work life of rotating nursing interns in pre-professional practice. Methods: A quantitative, cross-sectional and correlational research was carried out for the period from September 2021 to January 2022. The CVP-35 Questionnaire was used, which has an overall reliability of 0.90. The subscales of each dimension have a high internal consistency (Cronbach's α between 0.75 and 0.86). Results: The comprehensive analysis of the CVP-35 Questionnaire in the rotating interns showed 55.4% for the managerial support factor, 68.3% for the work demand factor and 98%. Regarding the quality of working life, a predominance of high quality of life was demonstrated with 55 (54.5%), followed by a similar predominance of the average quality of life with 46 (45.5%) and none presented low quality of life. Conclusions: The quality of work life of rotating nursing interns, in their pre-professional practice, is high. Half presented an average quality of life for the managerial support factor. More than half of the interns reached an average quality of life for the work demand factor and finally almost all of the nursing interns present a high quality of life for the intrinsic motivation factor.
Keywords: nursing, quality management, quality of life, work
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