Post-Pandemic Stress Disorder as an Effect of the Epidemiological Situation Related to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Source avec lien : Healthcare, 10(6). 10.3390/healthcare10060975

De l’avis de nombreux chercheurs, l’ampleur et le degré du traumatisme subi par la société ne seront remarqués par beaucoup qu’une fois la pandémie terminée. Beaucoup suggèrent également que nous connaîtrons un trouble de stress post-pandémique. Cette revue de la littérature vise à rassembler en un seul endroit les informations qui parlent de la nature du problème, à savoir le trouble de stress post-pandémique.

According to many experts in the fields of psychology and psychiatry, the destabilization resulting from the coronavirus pandemic may not be as noticeable now as it will be after the pandemic period is over. Undoubtedly, the fact that the surrounding reality is standardized and normalized by many at present contributes to this. In the opinion of many researchers, the scale and degree of trauma experienced by society will only be noticed by many once the pandemic is over. Many also suggest that we will experience post-pandemic stress disorder. This literature review aims to bring together in one place the information that speaks to the nature of the problem, which is post-pandemic stress disorder. The main sections of the paper deal with exposure to the disorder in the general population and a review of the current literature on the subject. The second section deals with a group of medical personnel who are on the direct frontline in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic; it is assumed here that they are those who are at much higher risk of developing post-pandemic stress disorder.

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