Caracterización del ausentismo laboral en un centro medico de I nivel
TEME 0028 2012
Cuevas Duarte, Yuridy
García Sánchez, Teresa Viviana
Villa Rodriguez, Marilyn Esther
Absenteeism is acostlyphenomenon. When workers do not attend due to occupational illness or accidents, the impact suffered by the company is the economic and/or operational. Objective: To characterize the factors of absenteeism in the medical center level I and their behavior during the year 2010. Methods: Across-sectional descriptive study, 118 workers of medical center I level Bogotá during the year 2010. Inclusion criteria: men and women, with direct contract, medical disabilities. Exclusion criteria: personal with indirect recruitment, outsourcing and maternity calamities. Information extracted from in capacity database. Results: There were 332incapacities that represented 1518 lost days caused by generaldisease99.7%, respiratory, digestive and musculoskeletal l with a greater number of incapacities (31.9%, 22.9% and 13% respectively). The largest absenteeism in doctors 38.3%,14.2%dentalassistantsand dentists10.8%.The assistive areahas78.3%of incapacities, indefinite termcontractswith74.6%disability and women with 78, 01%. Conclusions: The mayor cause of absenteeism is general disease, respiratory system is most affected followed by digestive and musculoskeletal, the permanent workers, female gender, the assistive area and by charge the general doctors, followed by dental assistants and dentists. However in the evidenced results must becon side red the general population and its distribution for variables such as gender, area, charges, so statistical analysis is further required to establish whether there is significant difference.