Occupational Characteristics Of The Student-Worker Of Nursing And The Risk Of Accidents At Work

Everton Fernando Alves
2011 Zenodo  
The nursing student-workers are exposed to numerous accidents due to work double shifts, work and study, which affects the lifestyle and the state bio-psycho-emotional. The objective of this study is to identify some occupational characteristics of the worker-students enrolled in a nursing curse of a private college in southern Brazil. Was conducted an exploratory, descriptive and quantitative approach data. The sample consisted of 88 student-workers enrolled nursing course from 1st to 4th
more » ... It was observed that most were women (65.9%) aged above 25 years (55.6%), married (34.0%), working more than 40 hours/week (52.2%), mostly in nursing (51.1%) and of these, 68.1% sleep 4-7 hours, considered insufficient. It is concluded that teachers should pay attention to signs that the student demonstrates during the periods that must meet (night shifts, supervised internships, lectures). There is need for investment by forming organs and continuing education of health institutions in the sense that a closer look at the occupational risks in the nursing student-worker is exposed during the training of nurses.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6775 fatcat:dtflzu5v7nfe3lf37itjgapb6m