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There are 5 clinical trials
study aimed to investigate the psychological impact of corona virus among doctor in Assiut University Hospitals, mainly stress and burn out will be assessed
Description: Emotional Exhaustion measures feelings of being emotionally overextended and exhausted by one's work. Depersonalization measures an unfeeling and impersonal response toward patients. Personal Accomplishment measures feelings of competence and successful achievement in one's work. All MBI items are scored using a 7 level frequency scale from "never" to "daily." Initial development had 3 components: emotional exhaustion (9 items), depersonalization (5 items) and personal achievement (8 items). Each scale measures its own unique dimension of burnoutMeasure: The MBI-HSS (MP) addresses three scales:Emotional Exhaustion ,Depersonalization and Personal Accomplishment Time: baseline
Description: The scale asks whether the respondent has experienced a particular symptom or behavior recently. Each item is rated on a four-point scale (less than usual, no more than usual, rather more than usual, or much more than usual); and for example when using the GHQ-12 it gives a total score of 36 or 12 based on the selected scoring methods. it measure social dysfunction, anxiety and depression and loss of confidenceMeasure: GHQ-12 questionnaire for measuring of current mental health Time: baseline
This study is aiming at investigating whether professional burnout in people involved in the mobile intensive care unit (in French: Element Mobile de Réanimation, EMR) in Mulhouse (France) can be predicted upstream by a low mindfulness level (as a protective factor) or by a dysregulation of stress pathways with a high level of perceived stress towards an emotional event (psychological index of allostatic load), i.e. an early and silent dysfunctional physiological response (measured by the electrophysiological and biological measurements of allostasis load and parasympathetic brake). It is part of a global approach aiming at identifying levers to prevent the allostatic load of occupational stress related to large-scale health crises.
Description: Professional burnout is measured at D21 by the Burnout Measure Short Version (BMS) questionnaire It is a 10-item questionnaire used to assess burnout regardless of the occupational category. Each item is rated from 0 to 6 ("never" to "always"). An average score (sum/10) below 2.4 indicates a very low degree of burnout exposure; a score between 2.5 and 3.4 indicates a low degree of burnout exposure; a score between 3.5 and 4.4 indicates the presence of burnout; a score between 4.5 and 5.4 indicates a high degree of burnout exposure; a score above 5.5 indicates a very high degree of burnout exposure.Measure: Professional burnout Time: 21 days after enrollment (Day 21)
Description: Mindfulness level is assessed at D0 thanks to the Freiburg Mindfulness Inventory. It is a 14 item scale. Each item is rated from 1 to 4 ("almost never" to "almost always"). The total score is between 14 and 56. The mean value in a population of young adults under 36 years of age is 38.5 (+/- 5.1 standard deviation).Measure: Mindfulness level Time: Day 1
Description: Perceived stress level is assessed with the Perceived Stress Scale (PSS). It is a 14 item scale. Each item is rated from 0 to 5 ("never" to "very often"). The total score ranges from 0 to 56 with higher scores indicating greater perceived stress.Measure: Perceived stress level following the emotional stimulation Time: Day 1
Description: Parasympathetic flexibility is assessed through dynamic electro-physiological analysis of cardiac and electrodermal conductance recordings. Physiological and cognitive reserve of emotional regulation is assessed through the analysis of the spectral power of the 0.1 Hz frequency band at emotional recall.Measure: Parasympathetic flexibility evolution during emotional recall Time: Day 1
Description: The activity of the sympathetic tone is assessed by the measurement of the resting state salivary Chromogranin A. Physiological and cognitive reserve of emotional regulation is assessed through the analysis of the spectral power of the 0.1 Hz frequency band at emotional recall. The activity of the sympathetic tone is assessed by the measurement of the resting salivary Chromogranin A.Measure: Sympathetic tone at rest Time: Day 1
Description: Corticotropic activation at rest is assessed through the DHEA/cortisol level ratioMeasure: Corticotropic activation at rest Time: Day 1
Description: The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HAD-s32) is used to assess mood disorders in the general non-psychiatric population. It is used to discriminate between anxiety and depression. Scores greater than 11 are indicative of charcaterized anxiety/depression.Measure: Mood disorders (anxiety / depression) Time: Day 1
Description: Post-traumatic disorder is assessed with the PCL-5. It is a 20-item self-administered questionnaire representing DSM-5 PTSD diagnosis symptoms rated by the subject on a scale from 0 ("not at all") to 4 ("extremely") during the past month. Scores range from 0 to 80. A score greater than of 33 evokes the presence of post-traumatic stress disorder.Measure: Post-traumatic stress disorder Time: Day 1
Description: Sleep quality is assesses thanks to the Leeds Sleep Evaluation questionnaire (LEEDS). It consists of ten visual analogue scales assessing four aspects of sleep: (i) quality of falling asleep and degree of drowsiness, (ii) quality of sleep, (iii) quality of wakefulness, and (iv) quality of post-wakefulness and performance.Measure: Sleep quality Time: Day 1
This study will examine the feasibility of conducting an online Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) in frontline hospital and long term care healthcare staff in managing COVID-19 patients in London, ON. The study will randomize participants to Sudarshan Kriya Yoga (SKY) or a Health Enhancement Program (HEP).
Description: The number of participants recruited per month will be calculated as a feasibility measure.Measure: Rate of participant recruitment Time: 1 year
Description: The retention rate of participants will be calculated as a feasibility measure.Measure: Rate of retention Time: 1 year
Description: The completeness of study assessments will be assessed as a feasibility measure by calculating the missing percentage of data in case report forms.Measure: Completeness of data entry Time: 1 year
Description: The cost of both study interventions will be calculated to assess the total study cost for interventions and the cost per participant. This information will be used as a feasibility measure.Measure: Cost of interventions Time: 1 year
Description: The total of unexpected costs will be calculated as a feasibility measure.Measure: Unexpected costs Time: 1 year
Description: The Athens Insomnia Scale will be used to assess insomnia. This scale is an 8-item, self-rated measure of the extent of sleep difficulties over the last 30 days with each item representing a different aspect of sleep (e.g. "Overall Quality of Sleep"). Ratings are from 0 to 4, with 0 being no difficulty with the item and 4 being the most difficulty with the item. Higher overall scores on this scale indicate higher difficulties with sleep.Measure: Change in Athens Insomnia Scale Time: Change from Week 0 to week 3 and to week 5
Description: The Generalized Anxiety Disorder 7-item scale (each scored 0-3) is a self-rated measure of anxiety and has been validated for the diagnosis of Generalized Anxiety Disorder in the adult population. Scores range from 0 to 21. Higher scores indicate greater anxiety symptoms (5-9, mild anxiety; 10-14, moderate anxiety; 15-21 severe anxiety).Measure: Change in Generalized Anxiety Disorder 7-item scale Time: Change from Week 0 to week 3 and to week 5
Description: The Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) is a 9-item, self-rated measure of depression which has been validated for screening a major depressive episode in adults. Total scores indicate various levels of depression: 0-4, no depression; 5-9, mild depression; 10-14, moderate depression; 15-19, moderately severe depression; 20-27, severe depression.Measure: Change in Patient Health Questionnaire 9 Time: Change from Week 0 to week 3 and to week 5
Description: The Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale (CD-RISC) is a brief self-rated assessment tool that comprises of 10 items, each rated on a 5-point Likert scale (0 = not true at all to 4 = true nearly all the time). Higher scores reflect greater resilience, which is a measure of one's ability to cope with stress. The scale demonstrated strong reliability and validity and has been studied in a variety of populations including medical personnel, nurses, social workers and physicians).Measure: Change in Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale Time: Change from Week 0 to week 3 and to week 5
Background. The current coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has a great impact worldwide. Healthcare workers play an essential role and are one of the most exposed groups.Information about the psychosocial impact on healthcare workers is limited. Methods. 3109 healthcare workers completed a national, internet-based, cross-sectional 45-item survey between 9 and 19 April 2020. The objective is to assess the psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Spanish healthcare workers. A Psychological Stress and Adaptation at work Score (PSAS) was defined combining four modified versions of validated psychological assessment tests (A) Healthcare Stressful Test, (B) Coping Strategies Inventory,(C) Font-Roja Questionnaire and (D) Trait Meta-Mood Scale.
Description: evaluate the severity of psychological impact of the pandemic in Spain in healthcare workersMeasure: PSAS (Psychological Stress and Adaptation at work Score) during the crisis Time: during the pandemic (April 9, 2020 to April 19, 2020)
Description: evaluate the psychological stress in Spain in healthcare workersMeasure: PSAS (Psychological Stress and Adaptation at work Score) in basal conditions Time: After the pandemic (back to regular activity to be considered in the future as we do not know it yet. It expected to be in less than one year.
The objective of this study is to compare psychological distress and needs of nurses in ICU before and during coronavirus pandemic.
Description: Job Content Questionnaire (Karasek, 1979)Measure: stress at work Time: change from baseline at one year
Description: Nursing Stress Questionnaire (Gray-Toft, 1981)Measure: stress in a medical unit Time: change from baseline at one year
Description: We will ask if they are used to do activities like hypnosis, yoga, mediation, sport, etc. This factor could help us to know if these activities can help and if we have to promote them in the hospital.Measure: hobby activities Time: change from baseline at one year
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