Actual problems of psychological support of healthcare workers in infectious hospitals for patients with COVID-19 in the territory of the Krasnoyarsk region

Sevostyanova MS1, Selezneva NV1, Chernomurova PA1, Kharchenko ZS1, Glushkova KV2, Fetisov AO1, Sapova AV2, Semichev EV2
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1 Federal State-Financed Institution Federal Siberian Research Clinical Centre, Federal Medical Biological Agency of Russia, Krasnoyarsk, Russia

2 Clinical Hospital No. 42, Zelenogorsk, Russia

Received: 2020-06-25 Accepted: 2020-07-17 Published online: 2020-08-06
Table 1. General characteristics of studied subgroups.
Table 2. Comparison of state and trait anxiety, depression and occupational burnout levels in employees of infectious diseases hospitals for COVID-19 patients.
Table 3. Average levels of depression, anxiety and occupational burnout in physicians working in infectious diseases hospitals for COVID-19 patients.
Table 4. Correlation between depression, state and trait anxiety, occupational burnout severity and the marital status.
Note: * sigificant differences (p ≤ 0.01); ** significant differences (p ≤0.05)
Table 5. Relationship between anxiety and depression symptoms severity, and occupational burnout factors in healthcare workers of infectious diseases hospitals.
Note: * significance level p ≤0.01; ** significance level p ≤ 0.05
Table 6. Healthcare workers’ involvement in psychological support activities during the pandemic.