2004
Volume 34, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 0921-5077
  • E-ISSN: 1875-7235

Abstract

Samenvatting

In deze studie onderzochten we de impact van COVID-19 gerelateerde veranderingen in het werk van Maag-Darm-Lever-artsen (MDL-artsen) op hun werkbeleving. Specifiek bestudeerden we hoe het werk van MDL-artsen is veranderd als gevolg van de COVID-19-crisis, en wat voor effect dit heeft op burn-outklachten, bevlogenheid, werktevredenheid, inzetbaarheid, werkvermogen, lichamelijke en psychische gezondheid. 248 MDL-artsen uit Nederlandse ziekenhuizen vulden in oktober 2020 een vragenlijst in, tijdens de aanloop naar de tweede COVID-19-golf. Uit de resultaten blijkt dat de COVID-19-crisis voor een statistisch significante afname in het aantal werkuren zorgde, en een klein deel van de MDL-artsen werkte tijdelijk op een andere afdeling om te zorgen voor COVID-19-patiënten. De impact van deze veranderingen op de werkbeleving van MDL-artsen blijkt ten tijde van dit onderzoek gering. Hoewel MDL-artsen vóór de COVID-19-crisis iets positiever waren over hun werkvermogen en lichamelijke en psychische gezondheid, hebben de veranderingen in hun werk als gevolg van de COVID-19-crisis geen duidelijke negatieve effecten op andere aspecten van hun werkbeleving. Dit onderzoek benadrukt het belang om zorgmedewerkers niet over één kam te scheren in het trekken van conclusies over de impact van de COVID-19-crisis. Verschillende groepen kunnen de COVID-19-crisis anders beleven, en ook binnen beroepsgroepen kan variatie bestaan. Aandacht voor werkbeleving blijft belangrijk omdat artsen die meer belasting/werkdruk ervaren, minder gunstige uitkomsten rapporteerden.

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