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Ciencia & trabajo

versión On-line ISSN 0718-2449

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CHANDIA VASQUEZ, Fernanda Alejandra; VIDAL GRANDON, Karen Alejandra  y  CHIANG VEGA, María Margarita. Relationship between occupational stress and adherence for mediterranean diet (MD) among employees of a Chilean university. Cienc Trab. [online]. 2016, vol.18, n.55, pp.58-67. ISSN 0718-2449.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-24492016000100010.

Wellness at work is relevant for employee's health status. The present exploratory correlational study pursues the relationship between occupational stress as a determinant in the adherence for Mediterranean Diet (MD) among employees of a Chilean University. The goal of this study was to determine the links between occupational stress and adherence for Mediterranean Diet in employees of a Chilean University. The universe of study was 628 employees, academics and non academics, and the sample was 237 subjects. The exclusion criteria of the subjects of the sample was take less than a year working in the institution. The respondents voluntarily answered a self-administered and anonymous questionnaire of 49 questions divided into 3 sections: General Information from the respondent, Job Content Questionnaire (JCQ) and MD Adherence Questionnaire. For the analysis of the instrument fiability, was use Cronbach's alpha. The results, obtained of the data analysis with the Spearman coefficient, indicated that when women receive more social support from their headquarters, have a greater tendency to consume fruits and fruit juice (p = 0,492) and when men percive greater insecurity in their jobs are more likely to consume high insaturated fats food (p = 0,667). In general, employees had low adherence to this dietary pattern, demostrating that the relationship between occupational stress and MD is not present.

Palabras clave : occupational health; stress; mediterranean diet.

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