Hubungan Kelelahan Kerja Dengan Stress Kerja Pada Perawat Pada Masa Pandemi COVID-19 Di Ruang Rawat Inap Rumah Sakit Kartika Pulomas Jakarta Tahun 2021
The Relationship between Work Fatigue and Work Stress in Nurses During the COVID-19 Pandemic in the Inpatient Room of Kartika Pulomas Hospital Jakarta in 2021
Keywords:work fatigue, work stress, COVID-19
Introduction: The COVID-19 pandemic can result in work fatigue and work stress for nurses at the frontline, this of course can affect a decrease in concentration, ability, and effectiveness of work services to decrease which has an impact on hampering hospital services
Methods: This study aims to determine the relationship between work fatigue and work stress in nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The design of this study used quantitative methods. The sampling technique was total sampling with a total sample of 36 nurses who served in the Kartika Pulomas Hospital, Jakarta, with a cross-sectional approach.
Results: From the univariate results, 41% of respondents experienced severe work fatigue, and 67% of respondents experienced work stress in the mild category, in the bivariate analysis it was found that there was a relationship between work fatigue and work stress on nurses with a p-value of 0,000.
Discussion: From the results of the research that has been done, it can be concluded that there is a relationship between work fatigue and work stress in nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Workers who experience work burnout have a close relationship with work stress because the number of COVID-19 patients is not equal to the existing human resources, so it is possible for nurses to experience work burnout with work stress if such conditions are allowed to continue and nurses do not have rest sufficient.