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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Work-Related and Personal Factors Associated With Mental Well-Being During the COVID-19 Response: Survey of Health Care and Other Workers

Journal of Medical Internet Research - Journal Article

Background: The response to the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic has created an unprecedented disruption in work conditions. This study describes the mental health and well-being of workers both with and without clinic...

Forfattere: B. A. Evanoff, J. R. Strickland, A. M. Dale, L. Hayibor, E. Page, J. G. Duncan, T. Kannampallil, D. L. Gray
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Work engagement and psychological distress of health professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic

Journal of Nursing Management - Journal Article

Aims: To describe the level of work engagement of active health care professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic, and its relationship with psychological distress according to the professional category. Background: Health care professionals working on the ...

Forfattere: Juan Gomez-Salgado, Sara Dominguez-Salas, Macarena Romero-Martin, Adolfo Romero, Valle Coronado-Vazquez, Carlos Ruiz-Frutos
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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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The threat of COVID-19 and its influence on nursing staff burnout

Journal of Advanced Nursing - Journal Article

Aims: To evaluate whether the perceived threat of COVID-19 moderates the influence of work resources and demands on burnout. Design: A cross-sectional study. Methods: We used a convenience sample of 771 nurses working in 10 hospitals in northern Spain. Th...

Forfattere: Guadalupe Manzano Garcia, Juan Carlos Ayala Calvo
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The psychological impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on health professionals: A cross-sectional study

Frontiers in Psychology - Journal Article

Background: The COVID-19 pandemic had a massive impact on health care systems, increasing the risks of psychological distress in health professionals. This study aims at assessing the prevalence of burnout and psychopathological conditions in health profe...

Forfattere: Emanuele Maria Giusti, Elisa Pedroli, Guido E. D'Aniello, Chiara Stramba Badiale, Giada Pietrabissa, Chiara Manna, Marco Stramba Badiale, Giuseppe Riva, Gianluca Castelnuovo, Enrico Molinari
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The prevalence of nurse burnout and its association with telomere length pre and during the COVID-19 pandemic

PLoS ONE - Journal Article

Background: Burnout is a work-related stress syndrome characterized by emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced personal accomplishment. Nurse burnout is related to nurses' deteriorating mental health and poorer patient care quality and thus, ...

Forfattere: Holly Wei, Julia Aucoin, Gabrielle R. Kuntapay, Amber Justice, Abigail Jones, Chongben Zhang, Hudson P., Jr. Santos, Lynne A. Hall
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The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on child protective services caseworkers and administrators

Child Abuse and Neglect - Journal Article

Background: The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted children and young people experiencing child abuse and neglect. Child Protective Services (CPS) has played an important role in supporting children and families during the COVID-19 pandemic. Few studies to-da...

Forfattere: V. Renov, L. Risser, R. Berger, T. Hurley, A. Villaveces, S. DeGue, A. Katz, C. Henderson, K. Premo, J. Talis, J. C. Chang, M. Ragavan
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The impact of COVID-19 and experiences of secondary traumatic stress and burnout

Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy - Journal Article

Objective: This study examines the relationships between multiple COVID-19 related stressors and experiences of secondary traumatic stress (STS) and burnout (BO). Method: This sample (N = 550) of professionals and caregivers from a foster care system in t...

Forfattere: Adrienne Whitt-Woosley, Ginny Sprang, Jessica Eslinger
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The endless quarantine: The impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on healthcare workers after three months of mandatory social isolation in Argentina

Sleep Medicine - Journal Article

OBJECTIVES: At the end of 2019 the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak spread around the globe with a late arrival to South America. The objective of this study was to evaluate the impact of the long period of mandatory social isolation that took place in Argentina on th...

Forfattere: Daniela L. Giardino, Cristian Huck-Iriart, Maximiliano Riddick, Arturo Garay
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The deterioration of mental health among healthcare workers during the COVID-19 outbreak: A population-based cohort study of workers in Japan

Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health - Journal Article

Objectives This study compared the longitudinal change in the mental health of healthcare and non-healthcare workers during two months of the COVID-19 outbreak in Japan. Methods Data were derived from a prospective online cohort study of 1448 full-time em...

Forfattere: Natsu Sasaki, Reiko Kuroda, Kanami Tsuno, Norito Kawakami
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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 crisis of loss and moral injury-Lasting effects of COVID-19 on teenagers and healthcare workers

Child & Youth Services - Journal Article

Coronavirus (COVID-19) may have lasting effects that reshape human behavior and interaction both locally and collectively. While there are immediate changes to how we relate to each other from a societal perspective (social distancing) and the role of lea...

Forfattere: Richard La Fleur
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The COVID-19 reset: Lessons from the pandemic on Burnout and the Practice of Surgery

Surgical Endoscopy - Journal Article
Forfattere: J. Romanelli, D. Gee, J. D. Mellinger, A. Alseidi, J. G. Bittner, E. Auyang, H. Asbun, L. S. Feldman,
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Stressors and resources for healthcare professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic: Lesson learned from Italy

Frontiers in Psychology - Journal Article

The COVID-19 pandemic is exerting a high pressure on healthcare systems all over the world. Italy, in particular, being one of the first Western countries to be struck by the contagion, has seen the number of recovered -and deceased-patients increase alar...

Forfattere: Serena Barello, Lorenzo Palamenghi, Guendalina Graffigna
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Shattered social identity and moral injuries: Work-related conditions in health care professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic

Special Issue: COVID-19: Insights on the Pandemic's Traumatic Effects and Global Implications - Journal Article

The present article assesses the effects of shattered social identity and moral injuries experienced by health care professionals (HCPs) due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Professional expertise and emotional-cognitive demands as key aspects of HCPs' social id...

Forfattere: Christoph Kroger
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Self-care strategies in response to nurses' moral injury during COVID-19 pandemic

Nursing Ethics - Journal Article

These are strange and unprecedented times in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Most frontline healthcare professionals have never witnessed anything like this before. As a result, staff may experience numerous and continuous traumatic events, which in ma...

Forfattere: Fahmida Hossain, Ariel Clatty
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Research on reducing burnout in health care workers in critical situations such as the COVID-19 outbreak

Work: Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation - Journal Article

Discusses preventive strategies to reduce strain, stress, and burnout among frontline health workers against COVID-19. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2021 APA, all rights reserved)...

Forfattere: Mohammad Babamiri, Nasim Alipour, Rashid Heidarimoghadam
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Resilience during uncertainty? Greater social connectedness during COVID-19 lockdown is associated with reduced distress and fatigue

British Journal of Health Psychology - Journal Article

Background Social connections are crucial for our health and well-being. This is especially true during times of high uncertainty and distress, such as during the COVID-19 lockdown. This period was characterized by unprecedented physical distancing (often...

Forfattere: Jonas P. Nitschke, Paul A. G. Forbes, Nida Ali, Jo Cutler, Matthew A. J. Apps, Patricia L. Lockwood, Claus Lamm
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Relationship between work stressors and mental health in frontline nurses exposed to COVID-19: A structural equation model analysis

Annales Medico-Psychologiques - Journal Article

The current cross-sectional study aimed to explore the relationship between work stressors and mental health in frontline nurses exposed to COVID-19. Participants were recruited from 16 general hospitals in Anhui province from February 2020 to March 2020....

Forfattere: Shaohua Hu, Qing Dai, Ting Wang, Qianqian Zhang, Chaoqun Li, Hongye He
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PTSD symptoms among Health workers and Public service providers during the COVID-19 outbreak

PLoS One - Journal Article

In the frontline of the pandemic stand healthcare workers and public service providers, occupations which have proven to be associated with increased mental health problems during pandemic crises. This cross-sectional, survey-based study collected data fr...

Forfattere: Sverre Urnes Johnson, Omid V. Ebrahimi, Asle Hoffart
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