Changes in the Job Commitment and Social Interaction Anxiety among Occupational Therapist working in Long Term Care Hospital through the COVID-19 Vaccination

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Sung-Min Son, Han-Na, Hong

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Purpose of the study is to analyze the changes in job commitment and social interaction anxiety among occupational therapists working in a long term care hospital through the COVID-19 vaccination. The subjects were 30 occupational therapists working in a long term care hospital who have been vaccinated for COVID-19. They were vaccinated with AstraZeneca vaccine by KCDC’s COVID-19 Vaccination Guideline and the changes of job commitment and social interaction anxiety was assessed. The assessment of job commitment was used by Job Commitment Scale and the assessment of social interaction anxiety was used by Korean ver. of Social Interaction Anxiety Scale. As the results, the results of job commitment showed no statistically significant difference and the results of social interaction anxiety showed the statistically significant decrease. The COVID-19 vaccination contributes for the occupational therapists working in long term care hospital to change in social interaction anxiety and the additional consideration should be need to induce the job commitment with COVID-19 vaccination.

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Sung-Min Son, Han-Na, Hong. (2021). Changes in the Job Commitment and Social Interaction Anxiety among Occupational Therapist working in Long Term Care Hospital through the COVID-19 Vaccination. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 5691–5701. Retrieved from https://www.annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/6743
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