Analisis Faktor Berhubungan Dengan Tingkat Kecemasan Perawat Menghadapi Kegawatdaruratan di Unit Stroke Pasca Pandemi Covid-19

  • Tri Wahyuni Ismoyowati STIKES Bethesda Yakkum Yogyakarta


Background: The emergence of the Covid-19 virus at the end of 2019 caused anxiety in various circles. Nurses as forefront guard of handling and caring for patients 24 hours at high risk for exposure. Preliminary study in Stroke Unit of Bethesda Hospital Yogyakarta, observation and interview techniques to 10 nurses, 7 people said they were very anxious about handling emergencies and 3 people said it was normal. Objective: This research aims to know the factors related to the anxiety level of nurses in stroke unit in dealing with emergencies during the Covid-19 pandemic. Method: This was quantitative correlation with cross sectional approach. The population was all nurses in stroke unit (PSA, G2 Syaraf) Bethesda Hospital Yogyakarta 2022 with 37 people as the sample taken with total sampling technique). Data was collected with HARS modified anxiety questionnaire and analyzed with univariate and bivariate data analysis. Result: Most of the respondents were 46-55 years old, had D3 education, and had a long working period of >10 years. The highest level of nurse anxiety is no anxiety (78.38%). The relationship between age and anxiety level showed p-value: 0.271.The relationship between education and anxiety level showed p-value: 0.854. The relationship between working period and anxiety level showed p-value: 0.609. Conclusion: There is no relationship between age, education and working periode with the level of anxiety in nurses in stroke unit in dealing with emergencies during the Covid-19 pandemic at Bethesda Hospital Yogyakarta in 2022. Suggestion: Future researchers are expected to conduct further research on other factors that can affect nurses' anxiety level.

Keywords: Factors, Nurse Anxiety,  Covid-19, Emergency, Stroke Unit.