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dc.contributor.advisorSegovia Nieto, Laura Milena
dc.contributor.authorGuzmán Salazar, Dufay Tatiana
dc.contributor.authorLópez Arévalo, Sandra Catalina
dc.contributor.authorOrrego Diaz, Francy Alejandra
dc.contributor.authorSánchez Guerrero, Oscar
dc.contributor.authorUrrea Rodríguez, Anderson
dc.coverage.spatialBogotáspa
dc.coverage.temporalseptiembrespa
dc.date.accessioned2021-05-24T20:57:16Z
dc.date.available2021-05-24T20:57:16Z
dc.date.issued2020-12-12
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10823/2710
dc.description.abstractEl temor, la intranquilidad y el desespero son reacciones comunes a intimidarse, cuando las personas se enfrentan a lo que no conoce. Esta dentro de lo normal y entendible que los ciudadanos manifiesten temor cuando afrontan esta nueva pandemia. Adicional a la angustia de contraer el virus en una pandemia, se encuentran cambios importantes en nuestro diario vivir, ya que los desplazamientos se restringen como apoyo gubernamental para detener el avance de este virus (COVID-19). Desde la perspectiva de los empleados, el cambio es masivo y muy consecuente: las personas están tomando nuevas decisiones sobre dónde quieren vivir y creando nuevas expectativas sobre flexibilidad, condiciones laborales y equilibrio de vida que no se pueden deshacer. Actualmente, en un alto porcentaje se trabaja de forma remota y, a medida que la pandemia continúa amenazando la salud, los trabajadores ante un período prolongado de trabajo híbrido, desde el hogar y la oficina en diferentes proporciones. En el presente trabajo de investigación se aplicó el análisis en español del Coronavirus Anxiety Scale (CAS) con el fin de identificar la frecuencia de síntomas fisiológicos generados por los pensamientos y la información relacionada con la COVID-19 durante las últimas dos semanas en 35 empleados de la E.P.S. Convida en Bogotá D.C. Los resultados indican que el 68,5% presentan un diagnóstico positivo de ansiedad asociada a la crisis COVID-19. Los resultados concuerdan con el crecimiento global de la angustia durante la mencionada emergencia sanitaria.spa
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dc.titleCovid-19 y salud mental de los empleados: un estudio de caso en Convida E.P.S.spa
dc.type.localTesis/Trabajo de grado - Monografía - Pregradospa
dc.title.translatedCovid-19 and employee mental health: a case study at Convida E.P.S.spa
dc.subject.proposalTrabajo de Grado - Pregradospa
dc.subject.proposalAnsiedadspa
dc.subject.proposalAnxiety Scalespa
dc.subject.proposalCoronavirusspa
dc.subject.proposalCOVID-19spa
dc.subject.lembAngustiaspa
dc.subject.lembEnfermedades mentalesspa
dc.subject.lembTrabajadoresspa
dc.description.abstractenglishFear, uneasiness, and despair are common reactions to being bullied when people are faced with what they don't know. It is within normal and understandable that citizens express fear when they face this new pandemic. In addition to the anguish of contracting the virus in a pandemic, there are important changes in our daily lives, since movements are restricted as government support to stop the advance of this virus (COVID-19). From an employee perspective, the change is massive and highly consequential: people are making new decisions about where they want to live and creating new expectations about flexibility, working conditions, and life balance that cannot be undone. Currently, a high percentage work remotely and, as the pandemic continues to threaten health, workers face a prolonged period of hybrid work, from home and office in different proportions. In the present research work, the analysis in Spanish of the Coronavirus Anxiety Scale (CAS) was applied in order to identify the frequency of physiological symptoms generated by thoughts and information related to COVID-19 during the last two weeks in 35 employees of the EPS Living in Bogotá D.C. The results indicate that 68.5% have a positive diagnosis of anxiety associated with the COVID-19 crisis. The results are consistent with the global growth of distress during the aforementioned health emergency.spa
dc.subject.keywordsDegree Work - Undergraduatespa
dc.subject.keywordsAnxietyspa
dc.subject.keywordsAnxiety Scalespa
dc.subject.keywordsCoronavirusspa
dc.subject.keywordsCOVID-19spa
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dc.publisher.programPsicología - Virtualspa
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dc.publisher.facultyFacultad de Sociedad, Cultura y Creatividadsspa
dc.identifier.instnameinstname:Politécnico Grancolombianospa
dc.identifier.reponamereponame:Alejandría Repositorio Comunidadspa
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