Covid-19 e os Impactos na Saúde Mental dos Profissionais de Saúde que atuam na Área da Oncologia: Revisão Sistemática da Literatura

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https://doi.org/10.32635/2176-9745.RBC.2022v68n4.2536

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saúde mental, pessoal de saúde/psicologia, neoplasias, COVID-19

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Introdução: O ambiente oncológico, por si só, já e um local que frequentemente expõe os profissionais que ali trabalham a enfrentar vivencias e experiencias de sofrimento no dia a dia pelas características da própria patologia. Objetivo: Verificar e analisar as evidencias do impacto da doença pelo coronavírus 2019 (covid-19) sobre a saúde mental de profissionais de saúde que atuam na area da oncologia. Método: Pesquisa realizada nas bases Web of Science, PubMed, MEDLINE via Ovid, CINAHL via EBSCO e Embase, e avaliação segundo a metodologia STROBE. Resultados: Foram incluídos nove artigos, evidenciando a fragilidade do sistema de saúde do mundo inteiro diante de uma pandemia e afetando a saúde tanto dos pacientes quanto dos profissionais de saúde, em especial os que estavam na chamada “linha de frente”. Esses fatores provocaram altas cargas de tensão, medo, insegurança e insatisfação profissional. Conclusão: Estratégias de prevenção de doenças emocionais relacionadas ao trabalho especifico dos profissionais de saúde que atuem na área da oncologia devem ser implementadas para preservar a saúde mental dos profissionais.

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Ramos APS, Roussenq SC, Dias M, Benetti M. Covid-19 e os Impactos na Saúde Mental dos Profissionais de Saúde que atuam na Área da Oncologia: Revisão Sistemática da Literatura. Rev. Bras. Cancerol. [Internet]. 21º de setembro de 2022 [citado 7º de dezembro de 2022];68(4):e-032536. Disponível em: https://rbc.inca.gov.br/index.php/revista/article/view/2536

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