ANALYSIS OF THE COMMUNITY COLLECTIVE PERCEPTIONS OF HOSPITAL EMPLOYEES BEFORE AND AFTER COVID-19 PANDEMIC
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Keywords:Covid-19, Collective Competence, Hospital Staff
Self-efficacy beliefs of people; It determines how they think, feel, behave and motivate themselves. Self-efficacy is expressed as the individual's perception of himself, and social competence, of the group's capacity to do a certain job. In this study, the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on collectivistic competence perceptions were examined. In the study, "Collectivism Competence Scale" and a demographic form with 7 questions prepared by the researcher were used as data collection tools. In this context, the changes in the collectivistic competence perceptions of healthcare workers before and after Covid-19 were examined in this study. The sample of the study is 209 healthcare workers working in a private hospital. While analyzing the obtained data, descriptive statistics, correlation and difference analysis were examined. The analysis of the data was done with the SPSS 23 program. A statistically significant and moderately strong correlation was found between the pre-test and post-test scores of the Collective Competence Scale Total score to the results. It was determined that the post-test scores of the Collective Competence Scale and the sub-dimensions "Determination and Resilience", "Unity and Solidarity" and "Common Consciousness" were lower than the pre-test scores. Based on this, we can conclude that Covid-19 negatively affects healthcare professionals.
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