Burn-Out On Nurses Who Treat Covid-19 Patients: Literature Review

  • I Made Rio Dwijayanto Universitas Triatma Mulya Bali
  • I Ketut Andika Priastana Universitas Triatma Mulya Bali
  • Dwi Prima Hanis Kusumaningtiyas Universitas Triatma Mulya Bali
Keywords: Burn Out, Nurse, Covid-19 Patient

Abstract

Health workers are very vulnerable to high stress. Symptoms of burnout include physical fatigue, headaches, nausea, emotions, depression, frustration, irritability, feelings of sadness and fatigue. The purpose of the literature review is to examine the incidence of burn out in nurses who treat patients with COVID-19. The review was conducted using the literature review method. Based on the results of the Scopus and Science Direct database searches with the keywords "Burn Out, nurses and Covid 19", 321 articles were obtained. After screening articles based on inclusion and exclusion criteria, a total of 5 articles were included in this review study. In general shows the burn out of nurses who treat patients with COVID-19 cases such as fatigue, emotionality, depersonalization and professional efficacy. The COVID-19 pandemic shows an increase in nurse burn out, so it is important to control it so as not to reduce the quality of performance

Published
2021-11-15
How to Cite
Dwijayanto, I., Priastana, I., & Kusumaningtiyas, D. (2021). Burn-Out On Nurses Who Treat Covid-19 Patients: Literature Review. STRADA Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, 10(2), 1474-1479. https://doi.org/10.30994/sjik.v10i2.850