Strategi Koping Tenaga Kesehatan selama Pandemi Covid-19
Keywords:koping, pandemi, tenaga kesehatan
AbstractKecemasan, stres dan depresi telah banyak dilaporkan terjadi pada tenaga kesehatan selama Pandemi COVID-19. Mekanisme koping penting dilakukan karena tekanan ekstrim yang dialami oleh petugas kesehatan selama pandemi dapat meningkatkan hasil buruk untuk individu, perawatan pasien dan sistem perawatan kesehatan. Tinjauan sistematis ini bertujuan menyajikan data mekanisme koping pada tenaga kesehatan di berbagai negara. Pencarian basis data sistematis dilakukan pada Desember 2020 - Januari 2021. Basis data yang digunakan: PubMed, Google Scholar, dan NIH. Kata kunci: “COVID-19 and coping mechanism” dan “health workers and coping mechanism and pandemic”, “mental health and coping mechanism and Health workers and pandemic COVID-19” dan “COVID-19 and coping and observational study”. Strategi untuk mendukung kesehatan mental tenaga kesehatan profesional selama pandemi antara lain, merotasi pekerja secara rutin, meminimalkan stigma dan memberi apresiasi atas kinerja dan mengupayakan peningkatan praktik spiritual dengan melibatkan pemuka agama.
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