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Máté JoóbSemmelweis Egyetem, Egészségügyi Közszolgálati Kar, Mentálhigiéné Intézet, Budapest, Magyarország

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Elméleti háttér: Az olyan válsághelyzetekben, mint a COVID-19, kiemelt hangsúlyt kell kapjon a segítő szakmákban dolgozó szakemberek pszichés támogatása a szolgáltatások fenntarthatósága és a kiégés megelőzése szempontjából. Különösen fontos a kiégés hátterében felismerhető vitális kimerültség mérése. Cél: Keresztmetszeti vizsgálatunk célja a segítő területen dolgozók vitális kimerültségének és ennek különböző háttérváltozókkal való összefüggéseinek vizsgálata a COVID-19 első hullámában. Módszerek: Online kérdőívünket az egészségügy, a szociális ellátás, az oktatás és a hitélet területén dolgozó szakemberek (n = 931) töltötték ki. A kérdőív a vitális kimerültség felmérése mellett kitért a szociodemográfiai, fizikai (egészség-magatartással kapcsolatos), munkahelyi és családi jellemzők feltérképezésére. Eredmények: Megállapítottuk, hogy az egészségügyi és szociális dolgozók kimerültebbek, mint mások (F(1, 929) = 16,801; p < 0,001). A vitális kimerültség alakulásában a következő változóknak tulajdoníthattunk nagyobb prediktív hatást: az alvás minőségének változása ( β = 0,292; p < 0,01), a család és munka egyensúlyának változása ( β = –0,238; p < 0,01) és a szubjektív egészségi állapot ( β = –0,201; p < 0,01). Közepes erősségű összefüggést láttunk az étkezések gyakoriságának változása és az alvásminőség változása között (χ2(4, n = 931) = 144,8; p < 0,001), valamint a család-munka egyensúly változása és az alvás minőségének változása között (χ2(12, n = 788) = 171,4; p < 0,001). Következtetések: Az alvás megfelelő minőségének és mennyiségének, a rendszeres étkezésnek és a fizikai aktivitásnak nemcsak megelőző szerepe, hanem stabilizáló ereje van akut krízisekben is. Az egyéni tényezőkön túl a munkáltatóknak is fontos szerepük van az alkalmazottak jóllétének megőrzésében, hiszen a munkahelyi kommunikáció és a munkakörülmények is jelentős mértékben befolyásolják azt.

Theoretical background: In a critical situations such as COVID-19, priority should be given to the psychological support of helping professionals regarding the sustainability of services and prevention of burnout. It’s exceptionally important to measure the vital exhaustion that might be a reason of burnout. Aim: The purpose of this study was to investigate helping professionals’ vital exhaustion in relation to different groups of background variables during the first period of the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: Helping professionals from health and social care, education, and the field of religion (n = 931) were contacted with an online questionnaire in Hungary in the spring of 2020. After calculating descriptive statistics of vital exhauson, we examined the sociodemographic, physical (related to health behavior), professional and personal background variables. Results: Health and social care workers were more exhausted than members of other helping professions (F(1, 929) = 16.801, p < 0.001). In the development of vital exhaustion, we could attribute a greater predictive effect to the following variables: change in the quality of sleep ( β = 0.292, p < 0.01), change in family-work balance ( β = –0.238, p < 0.01), and subjective health ( β = –0.201, p < 0.01). We could attribute a moderate correlation between changes in the frequency of meals and changes in sleep quality (χ2(4, n = 931) = 144.8, p < 0.001), and changes in family-work balance and changes in sleep quality (χ2(12, n = 788) = 171.4, p < 0.001). Conclusions: Proper quality and quantity of sleep, regular meals, and physical activity not only have preventive significance but they also have a stabilizing effect in acute crises. Work conditions and communication at work can have a major influence on wellbeing. Therefore beyond the individual factors employers also play an important role to maintain their employees’ wellbeing.

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