著者
Nobuyasu Awano Nene Oyama Keiko Akiyama Minoru Inomata Naoyuki Kuse Mari Tone Kohei Takada Yutaka Muto Kazushi Fujimoto Yu Akagi Momoko Mawatari Akihiro Ueda Junko Kawakami Junko Komatsu Takehiro Izumo
出版者
The Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
雑誌
Internal Medicine (ISSN:09182918)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.59, no.21, pp.2693-2699, 2020-11-01 (Released:2020-11-01)
参考文献数
25

Objective Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is spreading around the world. The aim of this study was to assess the degree of anxiety, depression, resilience, and other psychiatric symptoms among healthcare workers in Japan during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods This survey involved medical healthcare workers at the Japanese Red Cross Medical Center (Tokyo, Japan) between April 22 and May 15, 2020. The degree of symptoms of anxiety, depression, and resilience was assessed using the Japanese versions of the 7-item Generalized Anxiety Disorder Scale (GAD-7), Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D), and 10-item Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale. Furthermore, we added original questionnaires comprising three factors: (i) anxiety and fear of infection and death; (ii) isolation and unreasonable treatment; and (iii) motivation and escape behavior at work. Results In total, 848 healthcare workers participated in this survey: 104 doctors, 461 nurses, 184 other co-medical staff, and 99 office workers. Among all participants, 85 (10.0%) developed moderate-to-severe anxiety disorder, and 237 (27.9%) developed depression. Problems with anxiety and fear of infection and death, isolation and unreasonable treatment, and motivation and escape from work were higher in the depression group than in the non-depression group (total CES-D score ≥ 16 points). Being a nurse and high total GAD-7 scores were risk factors of depression. Older workers and those with higher resilience were less likely to develop depression than others. Conclusion During the COVID-19 epidemic, many healthcare workers suffered from psychiatric symptoms. Psychological support and interventions for protecting the mental health of them are needed.

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Anxiety, Depression, and Resilience of Healthcare Workers in Japan During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Outbreak https://t.co/6L9tQ1XyhT
@cheeseholic5 コロナ禍での医療者のメンタルヘルスに関する報告をまとめてみるとか…!日赤医療センターも出してるみたいです https://t.co/LbBs2HvXj6 10%の職員が不安を、25%以上の職員が抑うつ。ハイリスクは、看護師、不安が強い、若年。当然っちゃ当然なんですけど、研究で実際示されるとおおってなりますね
Anxiety, Depression, and Resilience of Healthcare Workers in Japan During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Outbreak https://t.co/cQV4ClHMUn コロナ対応病院(1病院)における医療従事者の不安、抑うつ、レジリエンスの状況。
大学院のゼミ修了生が研究グループの一員としてまとめた論文です。春とは状況も変化していますが、再度の感染拡大が懸念されている中、今後の役に立つことと思います。 #臨床心理士 #公認心理師 https://t.co/9wMOmJmfKr

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