An Analytical study on Psychological wellbeing of Health care workers working at Tertiary care hospital During Covid 19 Pandemic

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Dr. Randhir Kumar Pandey, Dr.Sachin Tarasing Rathod, Dr.T.Vijaya Sagar, Dr. Suresh Babu Kondaveeti, Dr. K. Vijaya Kumar, Dr. Bhuvaneshwari Karthikeyan


Covid 19 arrived with a boom and quickly settled, causing havoc in people's lives and economies all around the world. Organizations have attempted to adapt to this new normal in their own distinctive ways. Surviving in these unprecedented times, developing new treatments, staying in hospitals, and transitioning to new atmosphere that have gained importance in the current Covid-climate have all of a sudden become top priorities for healthcare institutes, while the psychological well-being of health workers has been overlooked.

The research focuses on health care workers psychological well-being amid the Covid 19 epidemic. To build a model of healthcare worker psychological health and to identify mitigation techniques, the research article conducted theme analysis based on a literature review.Health care staff from a tertiary institution in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India who were caring for COVID-19 patients were invited to engage in a self-administered questionnaire from May 12 to August 13, 2021.The 'Scale of Psychologic a l Well-being' was used to measure employee well-being (Modified 18-item Scale). The responses were gathered using a 7-point Likert scale. Items with a positive meaning were flipped to produce a more accurate rating of happiness. The average of all evaluations for each individual responder indicated their level of well-being.

The article investigates health care workers psychological well-being by examining psychological responses, coping methods, and mitigation–strategies in middle of 2021.


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