The relationship between the type of hospital rotation and the anxiety level of junior interns in De La Salle University Medical Center
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Anxiety, Shift Work Schedule, Internship Programs
A cross sectional research design was used composed of 148 randomly selected clinical clerks in De La Salle University Medical Center. The data collection tool used was the DASS-21. The questionnaire divided into two parts, the first part included the gender as well as the current hospital rotation of the clinical clerks while the second part was a 21 item self-reported questionnaire designed to measure symptoms common to depression, anxiety and stress. Chi-square test was used for data analysis. The exposure variable was the type of rotation. The study concluded that there was a significant relationship between the type of hospital rotation and the level of anxiety perceived by the clinical clerks. Gender was not regarded as a confounder.
Alawad, S., Blasurca, J. N., Dequito, R., Elardo, S. J., Goboleo, I. S., Kobayashi, K. C., Moredo, B. D., Naluz, P. K., Ocampo, C., Reyes, D. M., & Valles, J. J. (2017). The relationship between the type of hospital rotation and the anxiety level of junior interns in De La Salle University Medical Center. [Research output, De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute]. GreenPrints. https://greenprints.dlshsi.edu.ph/commed/77/