Efeitos da pandemia e fatores associados à saúde mental de profissionais de saúde

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https://doi.org/10.35699/2316-9389.2022.40399

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Pessoal de Saúde, Saúde Mental, Infecções por Coronavírus

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Objetivo: identificar,na literatura científica, os efeitos da pandemia e fatores associados àsaúde mental de profissionais de saúde que atuam no enfrentamento da COVID-19. Método: revisão integrativa da literatura, através das bases de dados Web of Science, LILACS, Medline e CINAHL, realizada em novembro de 2020.A busca se deu de forma ampla, criteriosa e independente por dois pesquisadores; em casos de divergência, houve a participação de um terceiro pesquisador. Resultados: 12 artigos compuseram a amostra. Ansiedade, depressão e distúrbios do sono foram os efeitos na saúde mental mais prevalentes em profissionais de saúde durante a pandemia de COVID-19. O setor de trabalho, a falta de Equipamentos de Proteção Individual (EPIs) e o aumento da carga horária de trabalho foram os principais fatores desencadeantes desses efeitos. Considerações Finais: faz-se necessária a implantação de estratégias e intervenções eficazes que garantam um suporte psicológico a curto, médio e longo prazo para os profissionais de saúde.

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Silva FV da, Cezário PFO, Brito ARRT de, Nogueira WPN, Silva ACO e, Nogueira J de A, Almeida SA de. Efeitos da pandemia e fatores associados à saúde mental de profissionais de saúde: Revisão integrativa. REME Rev Min Enferm. [Internet]. 2º de dezembro de 2022 [citado 27º de março de 2023];26. Disponível em: https://periodicos.ufmg.br/index.php/reme/article/view/40399

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