8,9 It comprises 22 items, which assess burnout among health professionals in mainly 3 domains, namely emotional exhaustion (EE), depersonalisation
(DEP) and personal and professional achievement (PPA).
This instrument has 22 items related to attitudes, emotions and feelings that professionals show towards their work and towards the recipients of their services, and is divided into three dimensions: emotional exhaustion (9 items), depersonalisation
(5 items) and self-fulfilment (8 items).
Reliability of Depersonalisation
The calculated value of r=0.
The emotional burnout and depersonalisation
scores of those not happy in their jobs were also found to be high.
He was given different diagnoses which included Induced depersonalisation
-derealisation syndrome, LSD induced simple schizophrenia, depressive disorder and anxiety disorders.
The scale has three sub-scales; emotional exhaustion (9 questions), depersonalisation
(5 questions), and personal accomplishment (8 questions), and has 22 statements that have a quintette Likert-type scoring system, which ranges from 0 to 4 (Cam 2001).
While many of us have experienced a feeling of deja vu, these feelings, including derealisation and depersonalisation
, fall within the category of what is known as dissociative symptoms in psychiatry.
In some studies carried out with police officers, it was found that on the one hand, emotional exhaustion and depersonalisation
were negatively related to extraversion, agreeableness, and conscientiousness and positively to neuroticism; and on the other, that personal accomplishment correlated positively with extraversion, agreeableness and conscientiousness and negatively with neuroticism (e.
Items like I really don't care what happens to some recipient and I feel some recipients blame me for some of their problems were a part of Depersonalisation
The authors found a significantly high degree of emotional exhaustion and depersonalisation
experienced by the junior doctors.
Warns of parallel existence, depersonalisation
Job burnout is characterised by (1) emotional exhaustion; (2) depersonalisation
and (3) a decreased sense of personal accomplishment (Cordes & Dougherty, 1993; Maslach & Jackson, 1981; Lee & Ashforth, 1990).
disorder: a contemporary overview.
The patient suffering from depersonalisation
experiences not merely an absence of sensation but, as in the phenomenon of phantom limbs, a sensation of absence.
Finally, in the Results unit, the writers in both groups opted for the use of the depersonalisation
strategy in a relatively high frequency of cases, revealing that the writers in both languages prefer to report the main results of their research by using impersonal constructions (e.