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Title: The Influence of Depression on the Psychometric Properties of the Maslach Burnout Inventory-Human Services Survey: A Cross-Sectional Study With Nursing Assistants
Authors: TRIGO, Telma R.FREITAS, Camila C. S. deWANG, Yuan-PangRIBEIRO, Floracy G.LUCIA, Mara Cristina S. deSIQUEIRA, Jose O.IOSIFESCU, Dan V.HALLAK, Jaime Eduardo C.FRAGUAS, Renerio
Citation: FRONTIERS IN PSYCHIATRY, v.9, article ID 695, 10p, 2018
Abstract: Background: The Maslach Burnout Inventory-Human Services Survey (MBI-HSS) is the most commonly used instrument to assess burnout. Although various factors have been reported to influence its validity, the influence of major depressive disorder (MDD) has not been previously considered. We developed this study to investigate the influence of MDD on the psychometric properties of the MBI-HSS in nursing assistants. Results: From a sample of 521 nursing assistants, we found in those with MDD (n = 138, 24.56%) a degree of data mis fit into the model, revealed by non-acceptable values for the root mean square error of approximation (RMSEA; 0.073; p = 0.004) and for the comparative fit index (CFI; 0.912), while in the non-MDD group these indices were acceptable and good, respectively, for RMSEA (0.048; p = 0.639) and for CFI (0.951). Also, we found higher coefficients of correlation among MBI-HSS factors and less items loading properly in their respective factors in the MDD subset, when compared to the non-MDD subset. For the total sample, while original 3-factor solution was an acceptable model, the bifactor model fitted data better. Conclusions: MDD may impair the construct validity of MBI-HSS subscales, by increasing measurement error and decreasing model fitness. Therefore, researchers and health professionals should be aware of potential changes in the psychometric properties of the MBI-HSS when applied in subjects with depression.
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