Проблемы психоэмоционального благополучия медицинского персонала, работающего в условиях пандемии COVID-19
Background. The COVID-19 pandemic has a significant impact on the mental state of not only quarantined citizens and patients, but also health workers. Aims — asessment of the mental health of doctors involved in work in the “red zone” during the COVID-19 pandemic. Materials and methods. 77 respondents were interviewed using the HADS questionnaires and the Maslach burnout test. For statistical data processing Microsoft Office Excel 2016, IBM SPSS were used. Results. An increase on the depression scales was noted in 7%, anxiety in 23%, and anxiety and depression together 27%. According to the Maslach questionnaire, 32 doctors (41.5%) noted a reaction of the type of “emotional devastation”. 10 doctors (12.9%) noted a reaction “reduction of professional achievements”. Three doctors (3.8%) had a dehumanization reaction in the form of dull emotions to colleagues and patients. Conclusions. Work in the “red zone” has a significant negative impact on the mental health of doctors and medical personnel.