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28 June 2021: Clinical Research

Factors Influencing Nurses’ Work Interruption in Wuhan Isolation Wards During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Xiao-Juan Zhou 1AEF , Yuan-Yuan Dang 2BC , Xia Wang 3BC , Wen-Zhang Yang 1CD , Wei Lu 1DF , Jian-Hua Zhang 1EF*

DOI: 10.12659/MSM.929851

Med Sci Monit 2021; 27:e929851

Table 1 General information of participants in this study.

CharacteristicN%χ̄±SD
Age32.81±5.65
GenderMale148.75
Female14691.25
EducationJunior college1911.88
Undergraduate13685.00
Postgraduate53.12
Have you participated in emergency public incident training?Yes9660.00
No6440.00
Have you participated in emergency public incident treatment?Yes4226.25
No11873.75
Mastery of COVID-19-related knowledgeLow level5031.25
Middle Level10062.50
High Level106.25
Amount of time worked in epidemic prevention and control7–20 days3521.88
21–30 days10565.62
>30 days2012.50
Hours worked in the isolation ward (one shift)3–4 hours7245.00
4–8 hours8855.00
About mastery of COVID-19-related knowledge, “low level” means “only being able to identify and recognize what is COVID-19”, “middle level” means “not only being able to identify and recognize what is COVID-19, but also knowing how the COVID-19 infect people and how to prevent it”, “high level” means “knowing of COVD-19 in systematization and specificity, knowing why it is spreading, knowing what to do to prevent it and knowing how to integrate the knowledge and output the knowledge like application of the knowledge and training others”.

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