IJERPH, Vol. 18, Pages 9157: Prevalence of Psychological Impacts on Healthcare Providers during COVID-19 Pandemic in Asia

IJERPH, Vol. 18, Pages 9157: Prevalence of Psychological Impacts on Healthcare Providers during COVID-19 Pandemic in Asia International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health doi: 10.3390/ijerph18179157 Authors: Mohd Noor Norhayati Ruhana Che Yusof Mohd Yacob Azman COVID-19 has impacted people psychologically globally, including healthcare providers. Anxiety, depression, and stress are the most common impacts that have affected these people. Thus, this study was aimed to ascertain the estimated prevalence of psychological impacts among healthcare providers in the Asian region. A systematic search was performed in the MEDLINE, CINAHL, and Scopus databases for original research articles published between 2020 and April 2021. Only studies published in English were included. The quality of data was assessed using the Joanna Briggs Institute Meta-Analysis, and the analysis was performed using generic inverse variance with a random-effects model by Review Manager software. A total of 80 studies across 18 countries in Asia region were pooled to assess the data prevalence on anxiety (34.81% (95%CI: 30.80%, 38.83%)), depression (34.61% (95%CI: 30.87%, 38.36%)), stress (31.72% (95%CI: 21.25%, 42.18%)), insomnia (37.89% (95%CI: 25.43%, 50.35%)), and post-traumatic stress disorder (15.29% (95%CI: 11.43%, 19.15%)). Subgroup analyses were conducted across regions, type of healthcare providers, sex, and occupation. This review has identified a high prevalence of anx...
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