The purpose of the study is to investigate the relationship between Covid-19 pandemic and physical therapists' risk perception, safety environment job stress, and depression. The number of subjects has been calculated using the G*Power 22.214.171.124 program and the final 386 data were analyzed. The research tool used structured anonymously self-filling questionnaire, consisted of 12 questions of general characteristics, 11 questions of risk perception, 21 questions of safety environment, 14 questions of job stress, and 16 questions of depression. The data were collected from a one-month-long online survey that was conducted in March 2021. The collected data were analyzed using an independent t-test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson correlation analysis. The mean score of risk perception was 2.58 points, safety environment was 3.52 points, job stress was 2.82 points, and depression was 1.66 points. There was a positive correlation between the risk perception and job stress, the safety environment and depression, and the job stress and depression. And there was a negative correlation between risk perception and depression, the safety environment and job stress. Based on the results of this study, cautious observation on physical therapists' awareness of safe working environment and infection, and exposure to psychological risks such as stress and depression would be steadily given in acute respiratory infectious disease situations.
1. 연구 대상자 및 자료 수집 방법
2. 측정 도구
3. 자료 분석
1. 연구대상자의 일반적인 특성
2. 물리치료사의 위험인식, 안전환경, 직무스트레스, 우울감 조사결과
3. 위험인식과 안전환경, 직무스트레스, 우울감 사이 상관관계