Date of Graduation
COVID-19, SARS COV-2, intensive care unit nurses, critical care nurses, mental health, stress, burnout.
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
Second Committee Member
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has spread domestically and internationally, with approximately 134 billion confirmed cases worldwide and over 2 million deaths attributed to the virus. Frontline healthcare workers are at a substantially higher risk of infection and death due to excessive COVID-19 exposure while also facing mental health challenges. Epidemiological data on the mental health statuses of frontline nurses is still limited. The aim of this study was to examine mental health (burnout, stress, emotional exhaustion, disengagement) and associated factors among Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Nurses who are caring for COVID-19 patients to support and maintain their psychological well-being.
Salamah, B. (2020). Exploring the Mental Health Needs of Intensive Care Unit Nurses Facing the Pandemic of COVID-19. The Eleanor Mann School of Nursing Student Works. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/nursstudent/13