L'impatto del COVID-19 sul Change Management: una revisione narrativa

Ricevuto: 14 giugno 2023
Accettato: 5 settembre 2023
Pubblicato: 17 ottobre 2023
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Introduzione: nel contesto della pandemia da COVID-19, monitorare il benessere organizzativo degli operatori sanitari è prioritario. Sovraccarico emotivo, malessere psico-fisico, turni estenuanti e carenze di gestione sono state le principali sfide affrontate.

Materiali e Metodi: è stata effettuata una revisione di letteratura e sono stati selezionati articoli da database e raccolte di database (Pubmed, Cochrane Library, Cinhal, Scopus) seguendo il metodo PICOM. Sono stati analizzati 26 articoli in full-text che corrispondevano agli obiettivi di revisione.

Risultati: è stato possibile evidenziare, negli articoli scelti in seguito alla consultazione, sovraccarico psicologico, stress, ansia, depressione.

Discussione: i risultati indicano che la pandemia da COVID-19 ha avuto un impatto significativo sul benessere mentale degli operatori sanitari. Differenti sono le strategie proposte in letteratura per migliorare il benessere del personale sanitario: gestione dei carichi di lavoro, implementazione di servizi di supporto psicologico, adozione di misure di autocura.

Conclusioni: implementare strategie ed interventi mirati per mitigare gli impatti negativi sul benessere e la soddisfazione del personale sanitario. Il benessere organizzativo del personale rappresenta un aspetto chiave per garantire la qualità delle cure e salute fornite, nonché del personale stesso.

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Palermo , N., Limonti, F., Semeraro, A., Ermanno, D., Paludi, M. A., & Ramacciati, N. (2023). L’impatto del COVID-19 sul Change Management: una revisione narrativa. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 40(3). https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2023.550