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The cases of COVID-19 are continuing to be confirmed around the world. In the clinical settings, the nurses in evacuation acute wards are main responsibility to undertake the care of emergency patient follow-up and suspected or confirmed COVID-19 cases. Those nurses have to face the high psychological pressure, unknown panic, fear and so on. Thus, the study plans to invite nurses who are working in evacuation acute wards to participate the project called "Remote Psychological Support Group (RPSG)". The study supposes "RPSG" could improve nurses' self-efficacy, fear of COVID-19, psychological distress, and quality of life.


Clinical Trial Description

The cases of COVID-19 are continuing to be confirmed around the world. In the clinical settings, the nurses in evacuation acute wards are main responsibility to undertake the care of emergency patient follow-up and suspected or confirmed COVID-19 cases. Those nurses have to face the high psychological pressure, unknown panic, fear and so on. Thus, the study plans to invite nurses who are working in evacuation acute wards to participate the project called "Remote Psychological Support Group (RPSG)". The results of this study will establish the effectiveness of RPSG intervention for nurses on self-efficacy, fear of COVID-19, psychological distress, and quality of life and identify the feasibility of the RPSG. The results are also critical to improving the quality of care for nurses during the COVID-19 outbreak and the RPSG model will establish an important basis for support group in the event of other Severe Pneumonia with Novel Pathogens in the future. ;


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NCT number NCT05178199
Study type Interventional
Source National Taiwan University Hospital
Contact Kang chia-wen
Phone +886975651593
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date January 2022
Completion date November 2022