Year 2019, Volume 4 , Issue 2, Pages 62 - 68 2019-08-30

Üçüncü basamak sağlık hizmeti veren hastane çalışanlarının mevsimsel grip aşısına yönelik yaklaşımları
Approaches of the healthcare staff in a tertiary healthcare service providing hospital for seasonal influenza vaccination

Ilknur Esen Yildiz [1] , Ayten Yilmaz Yavuz [2]


Giriş: Mevsimsel grip tarih boyunca birçok epidemi ve pandemiler yapmış olup milyonlarca insanın hastalanmasına; risk grubu olanlarda ise hastalığın daha ağır geçmesine hatta ölümlere yol açmıştır. Sağlık çalışanlarının hem kendi sağlıkları hem toplumun diğer bireylerinin sağlığının korunması açısından grip aşısını yaptırmaları son derece önemlidir. Bu çalışmada üçüncü basamak sağlık bakım hizmeti veren Rize Eğitim ve Araştırma Hastanesinde hastanemizde sağlık hizmeti veren tüm personel ve adaylarının mevsimsel grip aşısına yönelik yaklaşımlarının belirlenmesi ve aşı yaptırmama nedenlerinin irdelenmesi amaçlanmıştır.

Yöntem: Kesitsel nitelikteki bu araştırma, Rize ilinde (Türkiye) yürütüldü. Hastanede çalışan 2200 kişiden gönüllü 898 kişiye anket yoluyla uygulandı

Bulgular: Katılımcıların ortanca yaşının 25, %61,0’nın kadın, %59,8’inin bekar, %69,8’inin çocuğunun olmadığı, %38,0’ının lisansüstü eğitim seviyesinde olduğu belirlendi. Çalışmada ömründe bir kez aşı yaptırma durumu %41,6 olup en yüksek oranda doktor grubunda, en düşük ise hemşirelik öğrenci grubunda görüldü. Yaptırmama nedeni olarak aşının etkisiz olduğunu düşünmek, gribi geçirmiş olmak, aşının hastaneye gelişinde gecikme en sıklıkla verilen cevaplardı. Ancak tüm sağlık çalışanları için bu yıl aşı yapılma oranı %2,6 olarak bulundu. Aşı yaptıranların çoğunluğunu risk grubunda olduklarını düşünen hemşireler oluşturmaktaydı.

Sonuç: Sağlık çalışanlarının aşılanma oranlarının daha önceki yıllara oranla belirgin azalma gösterdiği görüldü. Aşılanma oranlarımızın artırılması için farkındalığın sağlanması gerekmektedir. Bu amaçla eğitimler planlanmalı ve eğitimin sürekliliği sağlanmalıdır. 

Introduction: Seasonal influenza had many epidemics and pandemics throughout history and caused millions of people getting sick with severer progress and even death in the risk group. Having the influenza vaccination is essential for healthcare staff to protect their health as well as other individuals of the society. The present study aimed to determine the approaches of all healthcare personnel and candidates in Rize Training and Research Hospital providing tertiary healthcare services and to analyze their causes for not having the vaccination.

Methods: The present cross-sectional research was carried out in Rize (Turkey). A questionnaire applied to 898 volunteers among 2200 hospital staff.

Results: It was detected that the median age of the participants is 25 years; 61.0% of the participants are female; 59.8% of them are single; 69.8% do not have any children and 38.0% have a graduate degree. The rate of having vaccination once within lifetime was detected as 41.6% and the highest rate was observed in the physician group whereas the lowest rate was observed in the nursing student group. The causes for avoiding to have the vaccination included the considerations about the ineffectiveness of the vaccination, having influenza and the delay of arrival of the vaccination to the hospital. However, the rate of having vaccination was determined as 2.6% within all healthcare staff for this year. The majority of the participants who had the vaccination consisted of the nurses who consider themselves within the risk group.

Conclusions: A significant decrease was detected in the vaccination rates of the healthcare staff when compared with previous years. The awareness should be increased to increase the vaccination rates. For this purpose, training should be organized, and the sustainability of such training should be provided. 

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Primary Language en
Subjects Medicine, General and Internal Medicine, Public Environmental and Occupational Health, Health Care Sciences and Services, Primary Health Care
Published Date Aug 2019
Journal Section Original Research
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0003-2987-0483
Author: Ilknur Esen Yildiz (Primary Author)
Institution: Recep Tayyip Erdogan University, School of Medicine, Department of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Radiology, Rize
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0002-5861-4254
Author: Ayten Yilmaz Yavuz
Institution: Recep Tayyip Erdogan University, Vocational School of Health, Department of Public Health Nursing, Rize
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : August 30, 2019

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APA Yildiz, I , Yilmaz Yavuz, A . (2019). Approaches of the healthcare staff in a tertiary healthcare service providing hospital for seasonal influenza vaccination. Family Practice and Palliative Care , 4 (2) , 62-68 . DOI: 10.22391/fppc.502355
MLA Yildiz, I , Yilmaz Yavuz, A . "Approaches of the healthcare staff in a tertiary healthcare service providing hospital for seasonal influenza vaccination". Family Practice and Palliative Care 4 (2019 ): 62-68 <http://www.fppc.com.tr/en/issue/48029/502355>
Chicago Yildiz, I , Yilmaz Yavuz, A . "Approaches of the healthcare staff in a tertiary healthcare service providing hospital for seasonal influenza vaccination". Family Practice and Palliative Care 4 (2019 ): 62-68
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ISNAD Yildiz, Ilknur Esen , Yilmaz Yavuz, Ayten . "Approaches of the healthcare staff in a tertiary healthcare service providing hospital for seasonal influenza vaccination". Family Practice and Palliative Care 4 / 2 (August 2019): 62-68 . https://doi.org/10.22391/fppc.502355
AMA Yildiz I , Yilmaz Yavuz A . Approaches of the healthcare staff in a tertiary healthcare service providing hospital for seasonal influenza vaccination. Fam Pract Palliat Care. 2019; 4(2): 62-68.
Vancouver Yildiz I , Yilmaz Yavuz A . Approaches of the healthcare staff in a tertiary healthcare service providing hospital for seasonal influenza vaccination. Family Practice and Palliative Care. 2019; 4(2): 68-62.