Laparoscopic Endoscopic Surgical Science [J Psy Nurs]
J Psy Nurs. Baskıdaki Makaleler: PHD-79027 | DOI: 10.14744/phd.2022.79027

Influence of depression, stress and anxiety on work performance among timor island nurses in tuberculosis/HIV unit and covid-19 unit

Ni Made Merlin1, Antonius Rino Vanchapo2, Flavianus Riantiarno2
1Prodi Ners, Stikes Maranatha Kupang, Indonesia
2Prodi Ilmu Keperawatan, Stikes Maranatha Kupang, Indonesia

INTRODUCTION: The objectives of this study was to assess the relationship between work performance and self-reported symptoms of depression, stress and anxiety in Timor Island nurses in Tuberculosis/HIV unit and COVID-19 unit.
METHODS: This research used comparative cross-sectional design. This research was conducted from October 2020 to January 2021. Total sampling was used in this study The samples were 236 nurses working in the tuberculosis/HIV isolation rooms and 423 nurses in the COVID-19 isolation rooms. The data were collected using the DASS-42 to measure depression, anxiety, and stress and the work performance questionnaire to measure the nurses’ performance. The questionnaires were distributed through a Google form application. The collected data were analyzed using the Pearson’s correlation and independent t-test. T-test to see differences in the performance of tuberculosis/HIV isolation nurses with COVID-19 isolation nurses, and Pearson to see the relationship between depression, stress and anxiety with work performance.
RESULTS: The average nurses in the tuberculosis/HIV isolation rooms experienced mild depression, stress, and anxiety with mean value 4.56 for depression, 4.44 for anxiety and 5.63 for stress, while those in the COVID-19 isolation rooms experienced moderate depression, stress, and anxiety with mean 17.03 for depression, 11.23 for anxiety and 6.120 for stress. Regarding the work performance, nurses in the tuberculosis/HIV isolation rooms, on average, had sufficient work performance, while those in the COVID-19 isolation rooms showed less work performance. There was a difference in the work performance between nurses working in the tuberculosis/HIV isolation rooms and in the COVID-19 isolation rooms with a p-value of <0.05.
DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION: The psychological states of nurses, including depression, stress, and anxiety, were correlated with the work performance of nurses in the tuberculosis/HIV and COVID-19 isolation rooms.

Keywords: Anxiety, COVID-19, Depression, HIV Infection, Stress, Tuberculosis, Work Performance



Sorumlu Yazar: Ni Made Merlin, Indonesia
Makale Dili: İngilizce
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