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INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT OF SOCIODEMOGRAPHİC VARİABLES, HOPELESSNESS AND INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY ON PERCEIVED STRESS LEVELS BY PHYSICIANS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

ilker özdemir , güliz özgen hergül .

Abstract
The Covid-19 pandemic, which threatens life worldwide, have affected all segments of society, negatively. In this study, we aimed to examine the relationship between perceived stress levels of physicians and sociodemographic variables, intolerance of uncertainty levels and hopelessness levels. The study group of the research consists of 180 participants between the ages of 25 and 67. The Sociodemographic Data Form, the Perceived Stress Scale, the Beck Hopelessness Scale and the Intolerance of Uncertainty Scale were used for data collection. The Perceived Stress Scale total scores and stress perception sub-scale scores were significantly higher in female participants compared to male participants (p<0.05). The self-efficacy perception subscale score was significantly higher in patients with mental illnesses than in those without (p<0.05). The Perceived Stress Scale correlates significantly with the Beck Hopelessness and the Intolerance of Uncertainty scales (p<0.001). Perceived stress levels of physicians working during the pandemic increase with for females, where mental illness is present, with high level of hopelessness and intolerance of uncertainty. Identifying the factors that are likely to affect stress levels during the pandemic is important in terms of psychological support interventions, which will apply to these people during the pandemic and post-pandemic periods.

Key words: COVID-19, physician, perceived stress, hopelessness, intolerance of uncertainty


 
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ilker özdemir |güliz özgen hergül |. INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT OF SOCIODEMOGRAPHİC VARİABLES, HOPELESSNESS AND INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY ON PERCEIVED STRESS LEVELS BY PHYSICIANS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC. doi:10.5455/JCBPR.83146


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ilker özdemir |güliz özgen hergül |. INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT OF SOCIODEMOGRAPHİC VARİABLES, HOPELESSNESS AND INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY ON PERCEIVED STRESS LEVELS BY PHYSICIANS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC. http://www.jcbpr.org/?mno=83146 [Access: September 04, 2021]. doi:10.5455/JCBPR.83146


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ilker özdemir |güliz özgen hergül |. INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT OF SOCIODEMOGRAPHİC VARİABLES, HOPELESSNESS AND INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY ON PERCEIVED STRESS LEVELS BY PHYSICIANS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC. doi:10.5455/JCBPR.83146



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ilker özdemir |güliz özgen hergül |. "INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT OF SOCIODEMOGRAPHİC VARİABLES, HOPELESSNESS AND INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY ON PERCEIVED STRESS LEVELS BY PHYSICIANS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC." doi:10.5455/JCBPR.83146



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ilker özdemir |güliz özgen hergül |. "INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT OF SOCIODEMOGRAPHİC VARİABLES, HOPELESSNESS AND INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY ON PERCEIVED STRESS LEVELS BY PHYSICIANS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC." doi:10.5455/JCBPR.83146



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ilker özdemir |güliz özgen hergül | (0) INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT OF SOCIODEMOGRAPHİC VARİABLES, HOPELESSNESS AND INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY ON PERCEIVED STRESS LEVELS BY PHYSICIANS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC. doi:10.5455/JCBPR.83146