Creencias y percepciones sobre la probabilidad de contraer el coronavirus en trabajadores del sector industrial

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dc.contributor.authorAcosta López, Tatiana Matilde
dc.contributor.authorBohórquez Prada, Angie Catalina
dc.contributor.authorDe La Hoz Benítez, Roxana
dc.contributor.authorFuentes Alvis, Arley Faruth
dc.date.accessioned2021-05-11T14:07:31Z
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dc.date.issued2021
dc.description.abstractObjetivo: Determinar las creencias y percepciones sobre la probabilidad de contraer el coronavirus en trabajadores del sector industrial Materiales y Métodos: Estudio estadístico de corte transversal en una muestra de 136 trabajadores del sector industrial. Los datos fueron recolectados a través de un documento digital en línea modo cuestionario enviado a través del correo electrónico a un total de 136 trabajadores a fin de determinar las creencias y percepciones relacionadas al contagio por COVID-19 en el sector industrial. Resultados: La susceptibilidad percibida, en cuanto al riesgo de contraer la enfermedad en la rutina diaria es débil con un 45,6%, esto va relacionado a que este sector considera que su exposición a multitudes y/o centros comerciales es débil con un 47,1% y 49,3% respectivamente, así mismo califican como débil la probabilidad de contraer el virus a causa de su estado de salud con un 59,6%, en cuanto a la severidad gran parte de la población encuestada consideran la probabilidad de padecer dolor, fiebre y complicaciones graves, entre moderado y fuerte con un 51,4% y un 44,9% respectivamente, sin embargo consideran que no llegarían a tener comprometida la capacidad respiratoria ni las actividades diarias lo que se reflejado con un 47,8% y 55,1% del total de la población. Conclusiones: La probabilidad de contraer coronavirus en la población de estudio es baja, sumado a esto el alto índice de confianza en cuanto al estado de salud como factor que incrementa la gravedad de la enfermedad. Asimismo, preocupa la poca aceptación del lavado de manos y la baja percepción de la severidad en caso de contagio.spa
dc.description.abstractObjective: Determine the beliefs and perceptions about the probability of contracting the coronavirus in workers in the industrial sector Materials and Methods: Statistical cross-sectional study in a sample of 136 workers in the industrial sector. The data was collected through an online digital document as a questionnaire sent via email to a total of 136 workers in order to determine the beliefs and perceptions related to contagion by COVID-19 in the industrial sector. Results: The perceived susceptibility, in terms of the risk of contracting the disease in the daily routine, is weak with 45.6%, this is related to the fact that this sector considers that its exposure to crowds and / or shopping centers is weak with 47.1 % and 49.3% respectively, likewise qualify as weak the probability of contracting the virus due to their health status with 59.6%, in terms of severity, a large part of the surveyed population considers the probability of suffering from pain , fever and serious complications, between moderate and strong with 51.4% and 44.9% respectively, however they consider that they would not have compromised respiratory capacity or daily activities, which was reflected by 47.8% and 55.1% of the total population. Conclusions: The probability of contracting coronavirus in the study population is low, in addition to the high level of confidence regarding the state of health as a factor that increases the severity of the disease. Likewise, there is concern about the low acceptance of hand washing and the low perception of severity in case of contagion.eng
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dc.publisherEdiciones Universidad Simón Bolívarspa
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dc.subjectCoronavirusspa
dc.subjectCOVID – 19spa
dc.subjectSARS-CoV-2spa
dc.subjectPandemiaspa
dc.subjectPandemiceng
dc.titleCreencias y percepciones sobre la probabilidad de contraer el coronavirus en trabajadores del sector industrialspa
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