Abstract
A STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE AMONG HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS REGARDING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS OF COVID-19 AND VACCINATION USES IN A SELECTED HOSPITAL KOLAR WITH A VIEW TO DEVELOP INFORMATION BOOKLET

Dr. Zeanath Careina Joseph*, Anju Siby, Amala Mary Varghese, Anu Sajan, Anusri M., Likhitha, Sharlet Maria Regi, Smitha Sebastian, Sneha Kunjumon, Shumatha M. C., Saraswathi D., Mrs. Vani R.

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Background: Coronaviruses are a large family of zoonotic viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to severe respiratory diseases. There are several coronaviruses known to be circulating in different animal populations that have not yet infected humans. The novel human coronavirus disease COVID-19 has become the fifth documented pandemic since the 1918 flu pandemic. COVID-19 was first reported in Wuhan, China, and subsequently spread worldwide. The coronavirus was officially named severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) by the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses based on phylogenetic analysis. Aim: To assess how medical professionals understanding about Covid-19 safety precautions and immunizations. Methods and Subjects: In order to determine health professionals' understanding of safety protocols and vaccination is using in to produce an information booklet for the RLJH&RC hospital in Kolar, the research employed a descriptive survey methodology and a simple method of random sampling with 120 healthcare providers as respondents. Results: Based on the observations, 4.1% (5) of sample having acceptable understanding of the key concerns for COVID-19 and vaccination across health care professionals, 65.9% (79) of samples have appropriate level, and 30% (36) of samples have inadequate knowledge. Conclusions: In accordance with the literature review, health care providers have a fair level of understanding about immunization and Covid-19 safety procedures. As a result, in order to acquire the required expertise in the hospital sector, health-care professionals must increase their expertise of the application of Covid-19 safety protocols and vaccination.

Keywords: Health care providers, Safety precautions, Covid-19, and Vaccination uses.


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