*Five Years Citation in Google scholar (2016 - 2020) is. 1451*   *    IJPR IS INDEXED IN ELSEVIER EMBASE & EBSCO *       

logo

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

A Step Towards Excellence
Published by : Advanced Scientific Research
ISSN
0975-2366
Current Issue
Article In Press
No Data found.
ADOBE READER

(Require Adobe Acrobat Reader to open, If you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader)

Index Page 1
Click here to Download
IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

July - September 9[3] 2017

Click to download
 

Article Detail

Label
Label
Impact of covid 19 on the mental health and qulaity of sleep among health care professionals

Author: U.GANAPATHY SANKAR, MONISHA.R
Abstract: COVID-19 had several impacts on the financial status as well as it affects the emotional and physical health. For health care professionals, COVID-19 had created a panic attacks and they live with a fear of death at the same time, government of India issued national wide lockdown and the education industry has now shifted, unlike in the past when education was linked to particular borders. The implementation of online education facilities allows learners to learn from anywhere via internet, which helps all learners around the world to spread vital educational materials. We aim to evaluate and to correlate the anxiety, depression and sleep among healthcare professionals. Healthcare professionals (25-45) age of both the genders will be taken based upon the screening criteria. The purpose of the study will be explained to the Professionals. All the participants will be administrated with the Beck s Depression Inventory Scale (BDIS), Becks Anxiety Inventory Scale (BAIS), Pitts Burgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) in order to assess their levels. The results revealed that out of Two hundred healthcare professionals there is a low level of anxiety and minimal depression. There is no statistical significant correlation between anxiety and sleep, sleep and anxiety and depression & depression and depression and sleep at 95% (p>0.05). Health care Professionals usually get anxiety, depression and poor quality of sleep due to their work pressure. This will affect their quality of life. This study concluded that there is no statistical significance difference between anxiety, depression and sleep among professionals due to lack in sleep and over time work.
Keyword: Healthcare professionals, anxiety, depression, sleep
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.03.364
Download: Request For Article
 




ONLINE SUBMISSION
USER LOGIN


Username
Password
Login | Register
News & Events
SCImago Journal & Country Rank

Terms and Conditions
Disclaimer
Refund Policy
Instrucations for Subscribers
Privacy Policy

Copyrights Form

0.12
2018CiteScore
 
8th percentile
Powered by  Scopus
Google Scholar

hit counters free