Databasen viser en oversikt over forskningsbasert kunnskap rundt psykososiale forhold og sårbare grupper ved pandemi, med fokus på covid-19 spesielt.

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Young adults' personal concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic in Finland: An issue for social concern

International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy - Journal Article

Purpose This study focuses on how young adults face the COVID-19 pandemic by investigating their personal concerns about mental well-being, career/studies and economic situation. The authors investigated how young adults' (aged 18–29) personal concerns di...

Forfattere: Mette Ranta, Gintautas Silinskas, Terhi-Anna Wilska
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Workplace violence and its association with quality of life among mental health professionals in China during the COVID-19 pandemic

Journal of Psychiatric Research - Journal Article

Objective: Mental health professionals are often exposed to workplace violence (WPV) in China. This study examined the prevalence of WPV and the associated factors and quality of life (QOL) among frontline mental health professionals during the COVID-19 p...

Forfattere: X. M. Xie, Y. J. Zhao, F. R. An, Q. E. Zhang, H. Y. Yu, Z. Yuan, T. Cheung, C. H. Ng, Y. T. Xiang
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What should be done to support the mental health of healthcare staff treating COVID-19 patients?

British Journal of Psychiatry - Journal Article

There is an urgent need to provide evidence-based well-being and mental health support for front-line clinical staff managing the COVID-19 pandemic who are at risk of moral injury and mental illness. We describe the evidence base for a tiered model of car...

Forfattere: D. K. Tracy, M. Tarn, R. Eldridge, J. Cooke, J. D. F. Calder, N. Greenberg
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Well-Being During Coronavirus Disease 2019: A PICU Practical Perspective

Pediatric Critical Care Medicine - Journal Article

The importance of promoting  well-being  for healthcare professionals has never been as important as during the current coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. It is recognized that the concept of  well-being  is a multifaceted phenomenon which is influenc...

Forfattere: P. D. Donnelly, M. Davidson, N. Dunlop, M. McGale, E. Milligan, M. Worrall, J. Wylie, C. Kidson
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Trusting Others During a Pandemic: Investigating Potential Changes in Generalized Trust and Its Relationship With Pandemic-Related Experiences and Worry

Frontiers in Psychology - Journal Article

Generalized trust, the belief that most other people can be trusted, has positive consequences for health and wellbeing. An increased sense of community is often seen in times of crisis or disaster, but it is unclear whether this is the case in the COVID-...

Forfattere: S. Thoresen, I. Blix, T. Wentzel-Larsen, M. S. Birkeland
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Trust and Happiness: Comparative Study Before and After the Great East Japan Earthquake

Social Indicators Research - Journal Article

The positive relationship between trust and happiness has been demonstrated by the literature. However, it is not clear how much this relationship depends on environmental conditions. The Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011 is considered one of the most c...

Forfattere: Eiji Yamamura, Yoshiro Tsutsui, Chisako Yamane, Shoko Yamane, Nattavudh Powdthavee
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The role of emotional intelligence and self-care in the stress perception during COVID-19 outbreak: An intercultural moderated mediation analysis

Personality and Individual Differences - Journal Article

BackgroundThe relationship between emotional intelligence (EI) and stress has been widely studied, as well as the beneficial role of self-care to maintain health and wellbeing. However, the joint contribution of EI and self-care in predicting stress has n...

Forfattere: Elena Bermejo-Martins, Elkin O. Luis, Pablo Fernández-Berrocal, Martín Martínez, Ainize Sarrionandia
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The pandemic paradox: Domestic violence and happiness of women

PeerJ - Journal Article

Background: Across the globe, lockdowns have been enforced as a pandemic response to COVID-19. Such lockdown coupled with school closures and stay-athome orders made women more vulnerable in terms of higher responsibility and spending more time with an ab...

Forfattere: W. Haq, S. H. Raza, T. Mahmood
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The impact of COVID-19 pandemic-related stress experienced by Australian nurses

International Journal of Mental Health Nursing - Journal Article

Globally, the impact of COVID-19 on healthcare workers' mental health has been a major focus of recent research. However, Australian research involving nurses, particularly across the acute care sector, is limited. This cross-sectional research aimed to e...

Forfattere: Christina Aggar, Christina Samios, Olivia Penman, Nicola Whiteing, Deb Massey, Rae Rafferty, Karen Bowen, Alexandre Stephens
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The impact of COVID-19 on the lives and mental health of Australian adolescents

European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry - Journal Article

Objective: There has been significant disruption to the lives and mental health of adolescents during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the exact nature of the effects is not known. The purpose of this study was to assess the psychological and lifestyle impact o...

Forfattere: Sophie Li, Joanne Beames, Jill Newby, Kate Maston, Helen Christensen, Aliza Werner-Seidler
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The impact of a global pandemic on people living with dementia and their care partners: Analysis of 417 lived experience reports

Journal of Alzheimer's Disease - Journal Article

Background: The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the physical and emotional health of older adults living with dementia and their care partners. Objective: Using a patient-centered approach, we explored the experiences and needs of people living with dement...

Forfattere: Mallorie T. Tam, Jill A. Dosso, Julie M. Robillard
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The effect of stress, anxiety and burnout levels of healthcare professionals caring for COVID-19 patients on their quality of life

Frontiers in Psychology - Journal Article

Background: The healthcare system is among the institutions operating under the most challenging conditions during the period of outbreaks like pandemic which affects the whole world and leads to deaths. During pandemics that affect the society in terms o...

Forfattere: Nuriye Celmece, Mustafa Menekay
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The Combined Effect of Perceived COVID-19 Infection Risk at Work and Identification with Work Community with Psychosocial Wellbeing among Finnish Social Sector and Health Care Workers

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health - Journal Article

It has been well documented that both risk perception and group identification are related to psychosocial well-being. However, their combined effect has rarely been analyzed. We examined the combined effect of perceived risk associated with COVID-19 infe...

Forfattere: Eerika Finell, Annukka Vainio
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The Acute Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Children’s Mental Health in Southwestern Ontario

Journal Article

Objective: COVID-19 is an unprecedented global crisis. Research is critically needed to identify the acute and long-term impacts of the pandemic to children’s mental health including psychosocial factors that predict resilience, recovery, and persistent l...

Forfattere: Alexandra Mactavish, Carli Mastronardi, Rosanne Menna, Kimberley A. Babb, Marco Battaglia, Ananda B. Amstadter, Lance Rappaport
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Subjective Distress about COVID-19 and Its Social Correlates: Empirical Evidence from Hubei Province of China

Journal of Affective Disorders - Journal Article

Background: The COVID-19 pandemic generates negative psychological effects such as distress. Social influences on subjective distress associated with COVID-19 remain understudied in the Chinese context. Wuhan with its surrounding areas in Hubei province w...

Forfattere: Min Zhou, Wei Guo
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Sociodemographic and lifestyle predictors of mental health adaptability during COVID-19 compulsory confinement: A longitudinal study in the Portuguese population

Journal of Affective Disorders - Journal Article

Background : The outbreak of COVID-19 and the physical isolation measures taken by the governments to reduce its propagation might have negative psychological consequences on the population. In this study, we aimed to explore, for the first time, how ment...

Forfattere: Maria Picó-Pérez, Sónia Ferreira, Beatriz Couto, Catarina Raposo-Lima, Mafalda Machado-Sousa, Pedro Morgado
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Selvstendig liv og smittevern – rettigheter i krysspress under covid-19-restriksjoner for personer med utviklingshemming

Tidsskrift for omsorgsforskning - Journal Article

I artikkelen retter vi søkelyset mot helse- og omsorgstjenester for personer med utviklingshemming, og vi diskuterer hvordan tjenesteytere erfarte ulike krysspress mellom smittevern og selvstendig hverdagsliv under den første koronanedstengningen. Artikke...

Forfattere: Line Melbøe, Stina Rebecca Hirsti, Rikke Gürgens Gjærum, Aina A. Kane
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Risk and resilience in family well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic

American Psychologist - Journal Article

The COVID-19 pandemic poses an acute threat to the well-being of children and families due to challenges related to social disruption such as financial insecurity, caregiving burden, and confinement-related stress (e.g., crowding, changes to structure, an...

Forfattere: Heather Prime, Mark Wade, Dillon T. Browne
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Risk and Protective Factors for Prospective Changes in Adolescent Mental Health during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Journal of Youth and Adolescence - Journal Article

The restrictions put in place to contain the COVID-19 virus have led to widespread social isolation, impacting mental health worldwide. These restrictions may be particularly difficult for adolescents, who rely heavily on their peer connections for emotio...

Forfattere: R. Magson Natasha, Y. A. Freeman Justin, Ronald M. Rapee, Cele E. Richardson, Ella L. Oar, Jasmine Fardouly
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Recognizing resilience: Exploring the impacts of COVID-19 on survivors of intimate partner violence

Gender Issues - Journal Article

This study explores self-reported impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on several facets of IPV survivor well-being, such as mental health, economic stability, food security, and resilience. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with survivors of IPV. Qua...

Forfattere: Dessie Clark, Rebecca Jordan
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