There is one clinical trial.
Background: Infectious disease outbreaks have a psychological effect on the general population, and especially on health workers. Nurses who care for COVID-19 patients feel negative emotions, fear, and anxiety due to fatigue, discomfort, and helplessness due to high-intensity work. Objective: The study aims to evaluate the effect of EFT in the prevention of stress, anxiety, and burnout of nurses who have an important position in the fight against COVID-19. Design: Randomized controlled trial. Setting: COVID-19 department of a university hospital in Istanbul Province, Turkey. Participants: The sample of the study consisted of nurses working on 80 COVID-19 cases. Methods: The investigators will recruit nurses who care for the patient infected with COVID-19 randomly allocated them to the intervention (n = 40) and control (n = 40) groups. EFT will apply to the experimental group with online access. Data will collect using the Introductory Characteristics Form, the Subjective Discomfort Unit Scale, the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory, and the Burnout Scale.
Description: The cognitive element of EFT involves self-rating of distress severity and pairing of an abbreviated exposure statement and a self-acceptance statement. The severity of distress was evaluated by subjects on an 11-point Likert scale. 0 corresponds to absolutely no distress, while 10 corresponds to the maximum possible distress. This was considered as the subjective units of distress scale (SUD) and provides clinicians and patients with the measurement of the severity of symptoms experienced by the latter in addition to a repeated measure by which the progress can be evaluated.Measure: The subjective units of distress scale Time: Immediately after EFT implementation
Description: The State-Trait Anxiety Inventory includes two separate scales with a total of 40 items. This study employed the State Anxiety Scale. Its validity and reliability in Turkish were confirmed by Öner and Lecompte. The scale consists of 20 questions and anxiety questions. To obtain the anxiety scale, to state how the person feels at any time and under any circumstances, answers were requested taking into account the feelings related to the situation.Measure: The State Anxiety Time: Immediately after EFT implementation
Description: The scale was created to measure the professional burnout levels of individuals. Adaptation studies in Turkish were carried out by Çapri in (2006) This 7-point Likert type scale consists of 21 items, scoring between 1 (never) and 7 (always), while 4 items (3, 6, 19, 20) of the scale are scored in reverse. While evaluating the scale scores, the increase in the score obtained indicates that burnout increases and the decrease in score indicates that burnout decreases.Measure: Burnout Time: Immediately after EFT implementation
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