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      Estresse e bem-estar no trabalho: uma revisão de literatura Translated title: Stress and well-being at work: a literature review

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          Resumo O estudo apresenta evidências empíricas das variáveis pessoais e contextuais protetoras dos efeitos negativos do estresse no bem-estar e na saúde dos trabalhadores. Realizou-se uma revisão sistemática da literatura dos últimos onze anos (2006 a 2016) nas bases de dados de Ebsco, LILACS, SciELO, Google acadêmico, PubMed, e em seis revistas do Annual Reviews. Foram analisados 50 artigos nacionais e internacionais relacionando estresse e bem-estar. Os resultados apontam que os fatores relacionados ao trabalho, os recursos pessoais como resiliência, autoeficácia, competências emocionais, desapego psicológico, a interface trabalho-vida pessoal e os fatores no nível de grupos têm efeitos no bem-estar. A percepção de suporte social de pares e da chefia ao lado da autonomia no trabalho, atenuam o impacto negativo do estresse sobre o bem-estar. Finaliza-se com sugestões de estudos futuros para testar relações entre variáveis ainda pouco exploradas e aprofundar a compreensão das relações entre estresse e bem-estar no trabalho.

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          Abstract The study presents empirical evidence of the personal and contextual variables that protect against the negative effects of stress on workers’ well-being and health. A systematic review of the literature of the last eleven years (2006 to 2016) was carried out in the Ebsco, LILACS, SciELO, Google Scholar, and PubMed databases, and in six Annual Reviews journals. Fifty national and international articles related to stress and well-being were analyzed. The results show that work-related factors, personal resources such as resilience, self-efficacy, emotional competencies, psychological detachment, work-life interface, and group-level factors have effects on well-being. The perceived social support of peers and managers, alongside autonomy at work, attenuate the negative impact of stress on well-being. It ends with suggestions for future studies to test relationships between variables that have not yet been explored and to deepen the understanding of the relationships between stress and well-being at work.

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          Psychosocial work environment and stress-related disorders, a systematic review.

          Knowledge on the impact of the psychosocial work environment on the occurrence of stress-related disorders (SRDs) can assist occupational physicians in the assessment of the work-relatedness of these disorders. To systematically review the contribution of work-related psychosocial risk factors to SRDs. A systematic review of the literature was carried out by searching Medline, PsycINFO and Embase for studies published up until October 2008. Studies eligible for inclusion were prospective cohort studies or patient-control studies of workers at risk for SRDs. Studies were included in the review when data on the association between exposure to psychosocial work factors and the occurrence of SRDs were presented. Where possible, meta-analysis was conducted to obtain summary odds ratios of the association. The strength of the evidence was assessed using four levels of evidence. From the 2426 studies identified, seven prospective studies were included in this review. Strong evidence was found that high job demands, low job control, low co-worker support, low supervisor support, low procedural justice, low relational justice and a high effort-reward imbalance predicted the incidence of SRDs. This systematic review points to the potential of preventing SRDs by improving the psychosocial work environment. However, more prospective studies are needed on the remaining factors, exposure assessment and the relative contributions of single factors, in order to enable consistent assessment of the work-relatedness of SRDs by occupational physicians.
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                csc
                Ciência & Saúde Coletiva
                Ciênc. saúde coletiva
                ABRASCO - Associação Brasileira de Saúde Coletiva (Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil )
                1413-8123
                1678-4561
                July 2020
                : 25
                : 7
                : 2721-2736
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                Salvador Bahia orgnameUniversidade Federal da Bahia orgdiv1Programa de Pós-Graduação em Psicologia Brazil analuciate@ 123456gmail.com
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                S1413-81232020000802721 S1413-8123(20)02500702721
                10.1590/1413-81232020257.27902017
                32667554

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