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

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Title Dampak Psikologis dalam Memberikan Perawatan dan Layanan Kesehatan Pasien COVID-19 pada Tenaga Profesional Kesehatan
Health Professionals's Psychological Impact in Providing Health Care and Services for COVID-19 Patients
 
Creator Rosyanti, Lilin
Hadi, Indriono
 
Subject Anxiety
Coronavirus
COVID-19
Depression
Health workers
Stress
COVID-19
Depresi
Kecemasan
Koronavirus
Stress
Tenaga kesehatan
 
Description Stress and anxiety are reactions to threatening and unpredictable situations such as in a coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Health workers are the most vulnerable to this. Stress-related reactions include changes in concentration, irritability, anxiety, insomnia, reduced productivity, and interpersonal conflict, in subsequent cases, they will experience more severe psychiatric conditions, separation from family, abnormal situation, increased exposure, increased exposure exposure, fear of transmission of COVID-19, feeling of failure in handling a poor prognosis, inadequate technical facilities, PPE, tools and equipment, to help treat patients. Health workers have difficulty maintaining physical and mental health conditions that are at risk of experiencing psychological disorders such as depression, anxiety, severe stress, and fatigue. Other risk factors identified are feelings of being unsupported, concerns about personal health, fear of bringing infections and transmitting them to family members or others, isolated, feeling uncertain, social stigmatization, excessive workload, and feeling insecure when providing care and health in COVID -19 patients.
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.
 
Publisher Poltekkes Kemenkes Kendari
 
Date 2021-04-13
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
Artikel Reviu Komunitas
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://myjurnal.poltekkes-kdi.ac.id/index.php/HIJP/article/view/191
10.36990/hijp.vi.191
 
Source Health Information : Jurnal Penelitian; Vol. 12 No. 1 (2020): Januari-Juni; 107-130
Health Information : Jurnal Penelitian; Vol 12 No 1 (2020): Januari-Juni; 107-130
2622-5905
2085-0840
10.36990/hijp.v12i1
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://myjurnal.poltekkes-kdi.ac.id/index.php/HIJP/article/view/191/158
 
Rights Hak Cipta (c) 2020 Lilin Rosyanti, Indriono Hadi
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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