|Document ID (ISN)||109474|
|ISSN - Serial title
||0303-7657 - Revista brasileira de saúde ocupacional
|Convention or series no.
||Hungria Xavier A.C., Veiga Barcelos C.R., Peixoto Lopes J., Gandarela Chamarelli P., de Souza Ribeiro S., da Silva Lacerda L., Palacios M.
||Workplace moral harassment in Rio de Janeiro health sector: Some characteristics
||Assédio moral no trabalho no setor saúde no Rio de Janeiro: algumas características [in Portuguese]|
||Jan.-June 2008, Vol.33, No.117, p.15-22. Illus. 19 ref.
||http://www.fundacentro.gov.br/rbso/BancoAnexos/RBSO%20117%20Ass%C3%A9dio%20moral.pdf [in Portuguese]
||This study examines the magnitude and some of the characteristics of the phenomenon of workplace moral harassement in the health care sector in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Data from previous randomized survey carried out in 2001 were analysed. All cases (1569) and their variables related to moral harassment were selected for the analysis. The occupational group of nurses' aides presented the highest proportion of moral harassment victims (22.7%) and the most frequent perpetrators were co-workers, supervisors and managers (48.7%). The victims' most frequent psychological reaction was "becoming super-alert". Although a certain proportion (38.5%) reported to their supervisors they had been morally harassed, action was taken in only 20% of the cases. The need to implement institutional measures to control violence at work is emphasized.
||Brazil; health services; psychology and sociology; bullying
||human behaviour; frequency rates; violence; conditions of work
||D - Periodical articles
|Country / State or Province||Brazil|
||Psychology and sociology
Commerce, services, offices
|Broad subject area(s)
||Stress, psychosocial factors
||Health care services
Bullying and mobbing
Violence and terrorism