Burnout Syndrome Present in the Process of Rehabilitation in Teachers at the Primary Level


The purpose of this research work is to determine the Burnout Syndrome present in the rehabilitation process in teachers at the primary level after the Covid-19 pandemic in Mexico, being a quantitative, cross-sectional, analytical study and its universe. It was made up of basic level teachers, a sociodemographic questionnaire was applied, teachers were evaluated with a self-application instrument on organizational climate, mental health and finally fatigue. Where it was found that 85% that teachers notice alterations and refers to the fact that they are usually noticed in a different, strange or uncomfortable way in difference with other colleagues, it is important to point out the manifestations of apathy that exist among co-workers given the labor characteristics, these sensations continue to appear continuously or never completely disappear. Teachers are affected by their ability to function, in any of their personal and social roles, and they may be considered to suffer from depersonalization-derealization disorder. It is important to point out that they manifest a feeling of not being able to control their movements or that they simply feel like a robot, having little coordination when doing exercises with the students and also that it manifests itself in communication with other teachers. They manifest having emotional and physical numbness in response to living with the world around them. Fear of the social environment under normal characteristics causes emotional exhaustion, a high level of stress and poor mental health, which is why 80% of teachers at the time of the study are considered to have Bournout syndrome.

Citation: Jocelin O.P.Z., Manuel S.S.J., Magally M. R., Anabelem S.M. (2023) Burnout Syndrome Present in the Process of Rehabilitation in Teachers at the Primary Level, British Journal of Psychology Research, Vol.11, No.1, pp.1-9

Keywords: Basic Education, Burnout Syndrome, Teacher

DOI: https://doi.org/10.37745/bjpr.2023/vol11n119

Article Review Status: Published

Pages: 1-9 (Download PDF)

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