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PBS. 2021; 11(3): 193-199


The Relationship Between State-Trait Anxiety Levels, Hopelessness Levels And Duration Of Hospitalization In Patients With Covid-19

Tulay Unver Ulusoy, Ekin Ozaksoy Almbaidheen, Nilay Sedes Baskak, Heval Can Bilek, Mesut Demirkose, Mustafa Emre Akin, Aybeniz Civan Kahve.

Abstract
ABSTRACT
Background: In addition to its physical effects, COVID-19 also causes significant psychological effects. Our study aimed to investigate the relationship between state and trait anxiety and hopelessness levels of inpatients with sociodemographic variables and length of hospital stay.
Methods: 161 patients hospitalized with the diagnosis of COVID-19 who received in-hospital treatment between 20.11.2020-10.01.2021 in hospital were included in the study. After the interview with the patients, the Sociodemographic data form, State-Trait Anxiety Scale and Beck Hopelessness Scale (BHS) were administered online via Google Forms.
Results: A significant correlation was detected between participants’ Trait Anxiety Scale scores and State Anxiety Scale scores (r: 0.436; p

Key words: staıt anxiety, traıt anxiety, hopelessness, hospitalizatıon






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