Current situation of stress, anxiety, and depression of the health care workers working at the Health Care Center of Soc Son district, Hanoi, Vietnam, 2019
Từ khóa:Stress, anxiety, depression, health care worker, DASS 21
A cross-sectional study using DASS21 was performed in June 2019 on staff working at the commune health stations (CHSs), regional general clinics and district general clinics in Soc Son district, Hanoi to assess the mental disorders of the health care workers are working here. Among the 355 health care workers (HCWs) who participated, women accounted for 75.5%. People aged under 30 accounting for 33.5% of HCWs. Physicians, nurses take up 54.4%, and HCWs in the Soc Son district have worked in the health sector for more than ten years, accounting for 45.1%. The study shows that the rates of stress, anxiety, and depression were 13.8%, 25.4% and 16.6%, respectively. 31% of HCWs have at least one mental disorder, 8.2% of study subjects have all three manifestations of mental disorders, 8.4% of study subjects have two symptoms and 14.4% of the study subjects had only one manifestation. The rates of stress, anxiety, and depression were initially screened from the research results. The development of research directions for defnitive diagnosis and support for improving health care workers’ mental health should be integrated.
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Giấy phép xuất bản số: 150/GP-BTTTT cấp ngày 8/5/2014;
Giấy phép hoạt động báo chí điện tử số 322/GP-BTTTT cấp ngày 15/6/2016.