EVALUATION OF THE FILATION TEAM IN TERMS OF EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION AND
ANXIETY-DEPRESSION SCALE IN THE PANDEMIA PROCESS
Objective: In the effective fight against SARS Cov-2 cases, which have
started to be seen in our country since March 2020, the filiation
studies conducted for resource detection and contact isolation
facilitated the control of the epidemic and increased the success in
epidemic control in the early period. After the definitive case
detection, contact and close contact persons are detected by the
filiation teams, and when necessary, these persons are tested and
asymptomatic individuals are followed up by family physicians for 14
days. Method: For the evaluation, the Employee Satisfaction Scale and
the Health Anxiety Scale (short version) Hospital Anxiety and Depression
Scale (HAD), organized by the Ministry of Health, were used. Study data
were collected using face-to-face interview technique. Results: Employee
satisfaction in the pandemic was found to be moderate, and the risk of
anxiety in women was higher than in men (p <0.05). There was
no relatıon depression risk for both sexes (p> 0.05).
Conclusions: Employee satisfaction in the pandemic was found to be
moderate, and the risk of anxiety was higher in women than in men. No
significant increase in depression risk has been reported in either sex.
Multi-center studies with large participants are needed on this subject.