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This is a cross-sectional research. The investigators plan to recruit about 250 front-line nurses who provided direct care to COVID-19 confirmed cases in a medical center in Taiwan. Online querstionnaires are used to collect the data. The relationship between variables such as stressors related to COVID-19, coping status, resilience, and compassion fatigue of participants will be analysis to provide the direction of nurses' mental health-related interventions.


Clinical Trial Description

This project aims to identify the prevalence of compassion fatigue and the coping strategies for the nurses who work on the frontline of healthcare and are responsible for caring for patients with COVID-19 in Taiwan. The investigators planed to carry a cross-sectional study by a reliable and valid online questionnaire to explore the stressors related to COVID-19, coping status, resilience, and compassion fatigue of nurses who had the experience of caring for the COVID-19 confirmed cases in a medical center during the community outbreak in Taiwan from May 2021. Online questionnaires are used to collect the data. About two hundred and fifty nurses will be recruited, and the data will be analyzed by descriptive statistics, correlation statistics and Hayes's PROCESS model 6. It is expected that the research results can understand the current status and relationship of compassion fatigue, resilience and the adaptability of clinical nurses who are caring for the COVID-19 confirmed cases. The results can be contributed to develop the direction of nurses' mental health-related interventions during pandemic of emerging contagious disease. ;


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NCT number NCT05205564
Study type Observational [Patient Registry]
Source National Taiwan University
Contact YI-CHEN YEH, Bachelor
Phone +886937928876
Email R08426007@ntu.edu.tw
Status Recruiting
Phase
Start date January 25, 2022
Completion date July 31, 2022

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