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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 3 Analysis of work interruption of nurses in isolation wards.

ParametersInterruption group (n=40)Non-interruption group (n=120)χ2/t valuep value
N%χ̄±SDN%χ̄±SD
Age (years, x±s)32.8±5.632.9±5.80.860.117
Gender(Female)3997.5010789.171.670.196
Education
Junior college615.001310.83
Undergraduate3382.5010385.830.530.467
Postgraduate12.5043.34
Have you participated in emergency public incident training?512.509175.8350.140.001
Have you participated in emergency public incident treatment?410.003823.87.280.007
Mastery of COVID-19-related knowledge (middle level and high level)1742.509377.5017.110.001
Participation in epidemic prevention and control work time
 7–20 days922.502621.67
 21–30 days2767.507865.000.140.707
 >30 days410.001613.33
Hours worked in isolation ward (one shift >4h)3587.505344.1713.020.001
Negative experience score31.5±12.316.7±12.76.450.001

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