Entorno laboral saludable para la práctica asistencial de enfermería: revisión de literatura
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entorno de trabajo
enfermería
Condiciones laborales
entorno laboral saludable
práctica asistencial Working Environment
Nursing
Working Conditions
nursing care practice
healthy work environment

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Peña-Alfaro, B.-S., & Arango-Bayer, G.-L. (2022). Entorno laboral saludable para la práctica asistencial de enfermería: revisión de literatura. Revista Colombiana De Salud Ocupacional, 12(1), e–8290. https://doi.org/10.18041/2322-634X/rcso.1.2022.8290

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Objetivo: identificar el conocimiento disponible en la literatura científica con respecto a las definiciones, antecedentes, características y contribución en resultados del concepto de entorno laboral saludable para la práctica asistencial de enfermería.

Método: para cumplir con el objetivo se realizó una revisión de literatura en siete bases de datos electrónicas. Tras el proceso de selección de los artículos fueron sometidos a revisión 49 documentos que incluyeron artículos originales de investigación, textos académicos, disertaciones de tesis, editoriales en revistas y posters académicos.

Resultados: los resultados muestran una variedad de definiciones, características y resultados que, sin embargo, comparten algunos elementos comunes.

Conclusiones: Un entorno laboral saludable es un componente fundamental para promover una práctica profesional de excelencia que impacte positivamente en los resultados personales de los enfermeros, en la calidad del cuidado y la atención que se brinda a los pacientes, así como en los costos y la productividad de las instituciones prestadoras de servicios de salud.  

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