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Evaluation of Adherence to Quarantine, Health Related Protocols and Some Associated Factors in Covid 19 Pandemic
SH Kharamin1 , S Shakibkhah2 , M Rafiei3 , H Mohammad Hosseinpour4
1- Department of Psychology, Yasouj University of Medical Sciences, Yasuj, Iran
2- Departments of Clinical Psychology, Nezaja Martyrs Applied Science Center, Tehran, Iran
3- Departments of Clinical Psychology, Shahid Jalil Hospital, Yasuj, Iran
4- Departments of Psychiatry, Yasouj University of Medical Sciences, Yasuj, Iran
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Background & aim: Traumatic pandemics have been repeated periodically in human kind history. Covid 19 or coronavirus is one of the last and most pervasive until yet. Adherence to quarantine and attention to health related protocols are the most effective strategies for prevention from this pandemic and therefore warranting the social health. Therefore the recognition of effective and associated factors in this area is important. The present study was designed to assess quarantine and health related protocols adherence and some related factors.
Methods: The present study was conducted by internet questionnaires via social networks on 202 participants during quarantine days in January 2020.In the present study, one researcher made questionnaire and NEO5 personality questionnaire were used to assess aimed factors. Data were analyzed using SPSS.
Results: According to the results of the study, about 67% of people over 75 adhered to the principles of quarantine and 72% adhered to the same guidelines. On the other hand, the results showed that in both fields (adherence to quarantine at the level of 0.06 and observance of instructions 0.001 were significant) women had higher scores than men. Accordingly, the urban population had a higher score than the rural population in the amount of investment to fight the corona and follow the announcement of the trustees. In terms of investment, married people had a higher score (significance 0.04). Regarding age, only the rate of participation in voluntary activities by the group of 20 to 35 years was almost significantly different (0.06). The results correspondingly revealed that the literacy variable in these behaviors, especially the willingness to invest (significant 0.03) and following the instructions of trustees (0.04) had a significant difference which had higher scores in both doctoral and higher literacy. In the field of job variability, the results indicated that the treatment staff reported the highest score in adherence to the principles. In addition, no significant relationship was observed between personality traits and adherence to the two mentioned issues.
Conclusions: This study revealed that the rate of quarantine and observance of hygienic principles was higher than most reports elsewhere. On the other hand, the degree of quarantine adherence and observance of health principles had a significant relationship with the variables of gender, residence, age, occupation, education and marriage and there was no significant relationship in terms of personality traits.
Keywords: Covid 19, Coronavirus, Quarantine, Adherence, Risk Factors
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Psychology
Received: 2020/12/5 | Accepted: 2021/02/21 | Published: 2021/02/21
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Kharamin S, Shakibkhah S, Rafiei M, Mohammad Hosseinpour H. Evaluation of Adherence to Quarantine, Health Related Protocols and Some Associated Factors in Covid 19 Pandemic. ارمغان دانش. 2021; 25 (S1) :903-920
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