Relationship of Quality of Life, Resilience, and Associated Factors Among Emergency Nurses During Covid-19 in Saudi Arabia
The COVID-19 pandemic made a lot of effects in the people life during 2020, plus of this it corresponding to a lot of bad consequences results in increasing of death. While in the medical field nursing had effected by this pandemic in their quality of life and all of activities.Propose:This study was conducted at King Khalid Hospital (KKH) in Saudi Arabia.to determine the relationship between quality of life, resilience, and associated factors among ED nurses during COVID-19 pandemic.Methods:The study sample consisted of (77) nurses working in KKH who are available during the period of the study. The data was collected by using a questionnaire design for the study of nursing demographic data and a cross-sectional, descriptive survey design for nurse regarding to tool included QOL, resilience scales tool included QOL, resilience scales.Data were analyzed using Statistical Packages for Social Sciences (SPSS) (Version 20) presented in tables and figures.Results: The study showed thatseventy-seven working nurses completed survey with a score of 98.7%. The majority (n = 77, 98.7%) were between 24 and 54 years old, and the mean years of work experience was 13 (SD= 0.817). There was only Few of the male nurses 7.7 %( n = 6) respondents. The correlation of the environment (r=0.43, P<0.035) (M=27.1) and Psychological factors was (0510, P<0.003) (M=20.3) was high. While when comparing the scores of qualities of life of ED nurses in the other factors like social (M= 10.6) were low among ED nurses. We found a poor score of QOL by 38% and poor resilience by 11.3%.Conclusion: on light of the study results it can be concluded that resilience was the strongest factor and its related to quality of life among daily activities recommendation: The study recommended that emphasis should be placed on comparing with pre-pandemic data or tracking developments during the pandemic.
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