Absenteeism of nurses and nursing technicians in the urgency and emergency unit

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Objective: Associate the absenteeism of nurses and nursing technicians with the work environment in the urgency and emergency care unit. Method: Cohort study, urgency and emergency care unit of a public hospital, 57 nursing technicians and 14 nurses, from October 2017 to October 2018. Application of an instrument with sociodemographic and labor data, reported absenteeism and validated Brazilian version of the Nursing Work Index Revised. Multiple logistic regression analysis, significant associations if p<0.05. Results: Work environment showed an average score of 3.10 for nurses and nursing technicians. The more unfavorable the environment, the greater the likelihood employees will no show up for work. Factors that increase the probability of absenteeism: being single or divorced and working night shifts. Factors that reduce this probability: being a nurse and having another job. Conclusion: A work environment unfavorable to professional practice increases the probability of absenteeism for nurses and nursing technicians.

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Revista Gaucha de Enfermagem, v. 43.

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