The psychosocial problems and the mental health of the nursing staff in transcending the post-pandemic of Covid-19
Keywords:Mental health; Health team; Pandemic; Covid-19; Psychosocial disorders.
Increases in the rates of psychosocial problems have been affecting the mental health of the health team, and this event is attributed to the current scenario experienced in the Covid-19 pandemic since March 2020, with nursing professionals being the most affected. It aims to analyze studies on the illness of health workers, especially those of the nursing team and the way they interact with work in transcending the post-pandemic of the Covid-19. It is an integrative review of the literature of a quantitative and descriptive nature. The health team, in particular the nursing team, is vulnerable to developing frustration and job insecurity, especially in this cenario of the Covid-19 pandemic, resulting in an increase in the rate of psychosocial problems such as depression, anxiety, stress, sleep disturbance, fatigue, wear and tear physical and mental and others, compromising the mental health of these professionals. Thus, as an alternative research agenda, the following questions are suggested: a) to analyze the benefits and deleteries of Covid-19 in the psychological of the nursing team; b) observe the psychosocial problems and inadequacies in the attendance of professionals with psychosocial problems due to the pandemic; c) evaluate the effectiveness of the support offered to the health of these professionals, as well as the articulation of this assistance.
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