Analysis Of Factors Affecting Nurse Anxiety Levels In Covid-19 Patients At RSU Royal Prima Medan
Keywords:Anxiety, Organizational Support, Social Support, Workload, Personal Resilience.
Since the emergence of the first confirmed case of Covid19 in Wuhan at the end of 2019, much
attention has been focused on how the patient's health care system to the development of
vaccines. However, the discussion about how the struggle of health workers, especially nurses,
seems to have received less attention. Therefore, this study was conducted to find out how the
anxiety level of nurses for Covid-19 patients is in terms of the influence of organizational
support, social support, workload and personal resilience. The results showed that workload
and personal resilience had a positive and significant effect on anxiety levels (p < 0.005) but
organizational support and social support had no significant effect on anxiety levels (p >
0.005). From the results of the multivariate test, it was found that the p value was 0.000 (p <
0.005) which stated that together or simultaneously, the independent variables in this study
had a significant influence on the dependent variable, namely the level of anxiety.
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