CHANGES IN SOCIETY DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC: FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF HEALTH CARE WORKERS
 
Więcej
Ukryj
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Klaipeda University
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Klaipėda University
AUTOR DO KORESPONDENCJI
Ligita Šimanskienė   

Klaipeda University
Data nadesłania: 25-06-2020
Data akceptacji: 20-11-2020
Data publikacji: 18-01-2021
 
JoMS 2020;45(2):93–104
 
SŁOWA KLUCZOWE
DZIEDZINY
STRESZCZENIE ARTYKUŁU
Objectives:
to define opinions on situation of health care workers during COVID-19 pandemic in Lithuania

Material and methods:
Analysis of research literature sources, systematization, synthesis, generalization, and comparison were applied it the theoretical level. Quantitative research i.e. questionnaire survey and data processing methods were applied in the empirical research. The collected empirical data was processed using SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) program.

Results:
The results revealed that respondents were most afraid of the health of their family members. They also fear about the health of patients and feel anxious about the future in a general sense. Respondents tended to disagree that they feel dissatisfied that they cannot move freely and that they feel powerless to change anything. Respondents tended to disagree that there was a growing distrust of people, dissatisfaction with changes in life and that there was tension in the family. Assessing the opinion of respondents, what problems will become apparent after the spread of COVID-19, the results revealed that respondents most agree that the increase in financial problems; psychological problems and social will increase.

Conclusions:
The results revealed that the respondents were most afraid for the health of their family members. Respondents tended to disagree that they feel dissatisfied that they cannot move freely, that they feel powerless to change anything, that distrust of people is growing, dissatisfaction with changes in life and that there is tension in the family. And these problems are will have and already had biggest changes in society. Most of respondent state that the situation in Lithuania is partially controlled. In general we can say that the pandemic has affected every aspect of life around the globe.

 
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