Calidad de vida laboral y riesgo de disfunción sexual en enfermeras

Translated title of the contribution: Quality of work life and risk of sexual dysfunction in nurses

Andrea Verónica Andrade-Tasayco, Christian Alexander Rosales-Bringas, Isabel Pinedo-Torres

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Unsatisfactory personal experiences and relationships in the work environment are associated with negative sexual outcomes. Female sexual dysfunction (FSD) is the disturbance of any of the phases of orgasm. Quality of work life (QWL) is the worker's perception between work demands and coping techniques. Objective.: To determine the association between quality of work life and the risk of female sexual dysfunction in nurses of a public hospital in Callao, Peru. Methods: Observational, cross-sectional, analytical study conducted in nurses of the Hospital Nacional Daniel Alcides Carrión (HNDAC) of the Constitutional province of Callao, Peru. The risk of FSD was measured with the Rosen test. CVL was measured with the CVP-35 questionnaire. Statistical analysis was performed with the STATA version 15 program. A value of p<0.05 with a 95% CI was considered significant. Results: The study involved 168 nurses who responded completely. The dimensions of CVL associated with DSF were direct support (p=0.01), intrinsic motivation (p=0.003), the question on work disconnection (p=0.007), monthly income (p=0.003), marital status (p=0.001) and alcohol consumption (p=0.014). There was no association in the multivariate analysis. Conclusion: In the present study there was no association between dimensions of quality of work life and confounder-adjusted risk of female sexual dysfunction.

Translated title of the contributionQuality of work life and risk of sexual dysfunction in nurses
Original languageSpanish
JournalRevista Peruana de Ginecologia y Obstetricia
Issue number3
StatePublished - 2023


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