Sense of coherence and work stress or well-being in care professionals: a systematic review
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González Siles, Pablo; Martí Vilar, Manuel Perfil; González Sala, Francisco; Merino Soto, César; Toledano Toledano, Filiberto
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Job-related stress affects the physical and psychological health of professionals dedicated to care. This work is a systematic review that aims to determine the relationships between a sense of coherence (SOC) and work stress and well-being perceived by care professionals. The review was carried out following the PRISMA guidelines, and the search was carried out using the Web of Science (WoS), PubMed, and Scopus databases, obtaining a final selection of 41 articles. The results indicate that stress, depression, burnout, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) negatively correlate with SOC; in contrast, job satisfaction, well-being, and quality of life positively correlate with SOC. It is concluded that SOC could act as a mediating variable and as a predictor variable of these health problems.

    González Siles, Pablo Martí Vilar, Manuel González Sala, Francisco Merino Soto, César Toledano Toledano, Filiberto 2022 Sense of coherence and work stress or well-being in care professionals: a systematic review Healthcare 10 7 1347
https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare10071347

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