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RAMOS HERRERA, Mario Alejandro et al. Well-being and occupational health of university professors in research training through teleworking. MEDISAN [online]. 2023, vol.27, n.6  Epub Dec 31, 2023. ISSN 1029-3019.


COVID-19 caused job changes and influenced the behavior of university professors.


To describe well-being and occupational health in research training of university professors through teleworking.


A systematic analysis was carried out using the PRISMA methodology that included the entire year 2022 and the first months of 2023. The online bibliographic search tool Litmaps was applied to the included articles. Likewise, a questionnaire was used and subsequently the Likert scale. The instrument was validated with Cronbach's alpha coefficient and the one-sample T-test was considered as a descriptive hypothesis whether well-being and occupational health from research training in university professors through teleworking were satisfactory.


In the study, 41.2% of the review and research articles selected with the PRISMA methodology corresponded to the year 2022; however, 50.0% of the seed articles were from 2023, where their map analysis indicated that there were no citations of correspondences. Regarding the result of the assessment with the Likert scale and then with the hypothesis test, dissatisfaction was obtained among professors concerning research training through teleworking.


There was dissatisfaction regarding well-being and occupational health for research training through teleworking because university professors considered that working conditions were not favorable.

Keywords : health emergency; virtual teaching; work satisfaction; teleworking; occupational health; university professors.

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