Validity and reliability of the SBI (Spanish Burnout Inventory) in medical surgical specialists

Keywords: CESQT, Burnout Syndrome, Spanish Burnout Inventory, Medical surgical specialists, Anesthesiology

Abstract

Introduction. Burnout Syndrome is the term used to describe the psychological response to patient care-related chronic work stress. Studies have found that the prevalence of practitioner burnout in Colombia ranges between 17.6% and 45%. Given the importance of this phenomenon in our setting, we decided to carry out a validation and reliability study of the Spanish Burnout Inventory (SBI).

Objective. To assess the validity and reliability of the SBI in medical surgical specialists working in fourteen health care facilities in Antioquia (Colombia) in 2018.

Methods. The study was conducted in 14 healthcare institutions among 8 surgical specialties. The tool consists of 20 items collected by means of face-to-face interviews under the supervision of a psychologist, and maintaining confidentiality. The psychometric assessment included content validity (CV), construct validity using confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) and reliability using Cronbach’s Alpha.

Results. The study sample consisted of 234 participants. CV of the tool was 0.82. The CFA showed acceptable model fit, with the results of goodness-of-fit being χ2=384.578 (p<0.000; df: 165), RMSEA = 0.075 [90% CI: 0.066 – 0.085], CFI = 0.953, TLI = 0.946 and WRMR = 1.074. The SBI Cronbach’s alpha was 0.79.

Conclusion. The SBI showed acceptable CV levels for all the items and domains. The SBI is a valid tool with adequate reliability for use in medical surgical specialists of healthcare institutions in Antioquia-Colombia.

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García Borrero LM, Aguirre Acevedo DC, Zapata Rueda CM, García García HI. Validity and reliability of the SBI (Spanish Burnout Inventory) in medical surgical specialists. Colomb. J. Anesthesiol. [Internet]. 2022Apr.1 [cited 2022May20];50(2). Available from: https://www.revcolanest.com.co/index.php/rca/article/view/1017

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