The Effect Analysis of Predisposing, Enabling and Reinforcing Factors on Employees Infected with Covid-19 at RSU Dr. H. Koesnadi Bondowoso


Authors : Nurul Hidayat; Rudi Wibowo; Dewi Rokhmah

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 7 - July

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The aims of study were to analyze effect of predisposing, enabling and reinforcing factors on employees who contracted COVID-19 at RSU dr. H. Koesnadi Bondowoso. This type of research used observational analytic with case control study design. The number of samples wete 216 respondents. Methods of data analysis used chi-square and logistic regression. The results showed that there were an effect between predisposing factors including comorbidities, education level, knowledge and attitudes towards employees who had contracted COVID-19. There was an efect between reinforcing factors including supervision by hospital leaders on employees who have contracted COVID-19. There is no effect between predisposing factors including age on employees who have contracted COVID-19. There is no effect between enabling factors including the availability of PPE, availability of hand washing/hygiene facilities, availability of health information for employees who have contracted COVID-19. There is no effect between reinforcing factors including the existence of regulations/laws on employees who have contracted COVID-19. There is an effect between predisposing factors (comorbid, education level, knowledge level, attitude) on employees who have contracted COVID-19. There is an effect between the reinforcing factor (supervision by the leadership) on employees who have contracted COVID-19. The most dominant variables influencing include attitude, supervision by hospital leadership, education level and comorbidities. There is no effect between reinforcing factors including the existence of regulations/laws on employees who have contracted COVID-19. There is an effect between predisposing factors (comorbid, education level, knowledge level, attitude) on employees who have contracted COVID-19. There is an effect between the reinforcing factor (supervision by the leadership) on employees who have contracted COVID-19. The most dominant variables influencing include attitude, supervision by hospital leadership, education level and comorbidities. There is no effect between reinforcing factors including the existence of regulations/laws on employees who have contracted COVID-19. There is an effect between predisposing factors (comorbid, education level, knowledge level, attitude) on employees who have contracted COVID-19. There is an effect between the reinforcing factor (supervision by the leadership) on employees who have contracted COVID-19. The most dominant variables influencing include attitude, supervision by hospital leadership, education level and comorbidities

Keywords : Predisposing, Enabling, Reinforcing Factor, COVID-19

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