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Diterbitkan: 2021-04-13

Dampak Psikologis dalam Memberikan Perawatan dan Layanan Kesehatan Pasien COVID-19 pada Tenaga Profesional Kesehatan

Jurusan Keperawatan, Poltekkes Kemenkes Kendari, Indonesia
Jurusan Keperawatan, Poltekkes Kemenkes Kendari, Indonesia
COVID-19 Depresi Kecemasan Koronavirus Stress Tenaga kesehatan

Abstrak

Stres dan kecemasan adalah reaksi terhadap situasi yang mengancam dan tak terduga seperti dalam wabah pandemi koronavirus. Petugas kesehatan adalah yang paling rentan terhadap hal tersebut. Reaksi terkait stres meliputi perubahan konsentrasi, lekas marah, cemas, susah tidur, berkurangnya produktivitas, dan konflik antarpribadi, dalam kasus selanjutnya, mereka akan mengalami kondisi kejiwaan yang lebih parah, pemisahan dari keluarga, situasi abnormal, peningkatan paparan, ketakutan akan penularan COVID-19, perasaan gagal dalam menangani prognosis yang buruk, fasilitas teknis yang tidak memadai, APD, alat dan peralatan, untuk membantu merawat pasien. Petugas kesehatan mengalami kesulitan mempertahankan kondisi kesehatan fisik dan mental yang berisiko mengalami gangguan psikologis seperti depresi, kecemasan, stres berat, dan kelelahan. Faktor risiko lain yang diidentifikasi adalah perasaan tidak didukung, kekhawatiran tentang kesehatan pribadi, takut membawa infeksi dan menularkannya kepada anggota keluarga atau orang lain, diisolasi, perasaan  tidak pasti, stigmatisasi sosial, beban kerja yang berlebihan, dan merasa tidak aman ketika memberikan layanan perawatan dan kesehatan pada pasien COVID-19.

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Cara Mengutip

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