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  • Publication . Article . 2020
    Open Access Turkish
    Authors: 
    DUMAN, Gökhan;
    Publisher: Süleyman Demirel Üniversitesi

    COVID-19 pandemic made it necessary to question the world we live in and think about the post-pandemic order. Curfew restrictions, economic difficulties, increased unemployment, problems such as the supply difficulties of protective gear like masks etc. have revealed how unprepared States are caught in this global pandemic. COVID-19 that started as a health problem gradually became a global problem and turned into a problem that concerns security. The notion of human security, which emerged as a result of the change in the concept of security, once again has come to the agenda of international politics with this pandemic. In this context, after explaining the change that the security phenomenon has undergone and the emergence of the concept of human security, this study focus on the issue of whether the concept of human security has been given the sufficient importance or not within the example of the COVID-19 epidemic. The concept of human security, which occurred in the post-Cold War period but is not given sufficient importance, will come to the fore in the world that will occur after the epidemic experience. COVID-19 küresel salgını, içinde yaşadığımız dünyayı sorgulamayı ve salgın sonrası dünya üzerine düşünmeyi gerekli kılmıştır. Sokağa çıkma kısıtlamaları, ekonomik zorluklar, artan işsizlik, maske vb. koruyucu ekipman tedarikinde yaşanan sıkıntılar gibi sorunlar, devletlerin bu küresel salgına ne kadar hazırlıksız yakalandığını ortaya koymuştur. Sağlık sorunu olarak başlayan salgın giderek bir küresel problem haline gelmiş ve güvenliği ilgilendiren bir soruna dönüşmüştür. Güvenlik kavramının tarih boyunca geçirdiği değişim sonucunda ortaya çıkmış insani güvenlik olgusu, bu salgın ile birlikte bir kez daha gündeme gelmiştir. Bu kapsamda bu çalışma, güvenlik olgusunun geçirdiği değişim ve insani güvenlik kavramının ortaya çıkışını açıkladıktan sonra COVID-19 salgın hastalığı örneği ile insani güvenlik kavramının gereken önemi görüp görmediği sorunsalına odaklanacaktır. Soğuk Savaş sonrası dönemde değişen güvenlik olgusu içerisinde yer alan ancak yeterli önemin verilmediği insani güvenlik kavramı salgın hastalık tecrübesi sonrasında oluşacak dünya düzeninde ön plana çıkacaktır.

  • Publication . Other literature type . 2022
    Authors: 
    Ahmad, Zen;
    Publisher: Open Science Framework

    Covid-19 di Indonesia terus meningkat kasus konfirmasinya, termasuk angka kematian. Dalam satu tahun ini terjadi perkembangan yang demikian cepatnya baik patogenesis, diagnostik maupun intervensi pengobatannya. Diagnosis dan tatalaksana yg kita anggap tepat beberapa waktu yang lalu bisa saja salah, oleh karena itu perlu update yg terus menerus. Praktis Covid-19 edisi revisi ini menambah beberapa perkembangan yang belum ada di edisi sebelumnya

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Nataļja Martuzāne;
    Publisher: Rīgas Stradiņa universitāte
    Country: Latvia

    Māszinības (ar specializāciju Ambulatorās aprūpes māsa) Veselības aprūpe Nursing Studies Health Care Bakalaura darba tēma ir “Preventīvo pasākumu ievērošana karavīriem NBS apakšvienībā Covid 19 laikā”. Šajā darbā tiek pētīta preventīvo pasākumu ievērošana pirms un pēc izglītošanas, karavīriem NBS apakšvienībā, pildot dienesta pienākumus, Covid – 19 laikā. Pētījums tika veikts, lai noskaidrotu kāda ir izglītības ietekme uz preventīvo pasākumu kopumu izpildi karavīriem NBS apakšvienībā, pildot dienesta pienākumus Covid – 19 laikā. Darbā tiek apskatīta Covid – 19 infekcijas slimības etioloģija patofizioloģija slimības norise un epidemioloģija pasaulē un Latvijā. Darbā tiks aprakstīta Covid – 19 diagnostika, ārstēšana, kā arī tiks aprakstīti dati par Covid – 19 vakcīnu. Darbā tiks apskatīts infekciju slimību preventīvo pasākumu kopums. Šajā darbā tiek uzsvērts, cik liela nozīme ir preventīvo pasākumu ievērošanai Covid – 19 laikā un izglītošanas lomai preventīvo pasākumu izpildē. Pētījuma mērķis: Novērot preventīvo pasākumu izpildi Covid 19 laikā NBS apakšvienības karavīriem, pildot dienesta pienākumus, pirms izglītošanas un pēc. Hipotēze: NBS apakšvienības karavīru izglītošana par preventīvo pasākumu īstenošanu uzlabo karavīru pareizu preventīvo pasākumu izpildi. Izmantotā pētījuma metode ir kvantitatīvā pētniecības metode. Darba instruments ir strukturēts novērošanas protokols, kas sastāv no trim daļām. ( skat. Pielikums Nr. 1 ). Novērošana protokolā tika atzīmēti preventīvo pasākumu izpildes kritēriji karavīriem pildot dienesta pienākumus, pirms un pēc izglītošanas. Pētījumā tika novēroti 40 karavīri no vienas NBS apakšvienības. Pētījuma datu apkopošana un analīze dod vērtējumu izglītošanas ietekmei preventīvo pasākumu kopumu izpildei karavīriem NBS apakšvienībā Covid – 19 laikā. Ar pētījuma instrumentu tika noskaidrota izglītības ietekme uz preventīvo pasākumu kopuma izpildi karavīriem NBS apakšvienībā Covid – 19 laikā. Atslēgas vārdi: Covid – 19, preventīvie pasākumi, Covid – 19 vīrusoloģija, Covid – 19 izplatība, Covid – 19 vakcīna. The subject of bachelor’s work is “NAF subunit soldiers' preventive measures observance during Covid 19”. This work study the preventive measures execute before and after education for soldiers in the NAF subunit in the performance of service duties during Covid 19. The study was carried out to clarify the impact of education on the implementation of preventive measures for soldiers in the NBS sub-unit in the performance of service duties in the Covid - 19 period. The work looks at the aetiology of Covid – 19 infectious disease – development and epidemiology of patofiziology in the world and Latvia. The work will describe Covid – 19 diagnostics, treatments – as well as data on Covid – 19 vaccine. The work will look at a set of measures to prevent communicable diseases. This work highlights the importance of compliance with preventive measures during Covid – 19 and the role of education in the implementation of preventive measures. Purpose of the study: Observe the implementation of preventive measures during the period of Covid 19 for soldiers of the NAF subunit in the performance of their duties, before and after education. Hypothesis: Educating soldiers from the subunit of NAF on the implementation of preventive measures improves the proper implementation of preventive measures for soldiers. The study method used is the quantitative research method. The work instrument is a structured observation protocol which consists of three parts (see page Annex 1). The observation protocol noted the criteria for the implementation of preventive measures for soldiers in the performance of their service duties before and after education. The study observed 40 soldiers from one subunit of the NAF. The collection and analysis of study data give an assessment of the educational impact of the implementation of preventive measures for soldiers in the NAF subunit during Covid – 19. The study instrument identified the impact of education on the implementation of a set of preventive measures for soldiers in the NAF subunit during Covid 19. Key words: Covid - 19, Preventive Measures, Covid - 19 Virology, Covid - 19 distribution, Covid – 19 vaccine.

  • Authors: 
    Wiguna, Wildan;
    Publisher: IEEE DataPort

    Case and contact definitions are based on the current available information and are regularly revised as new information accumulates. Countries may need to adapt case definitions depending on their local epidemiological situation and other factors. All countries are encouraged to publish definitions used online and in regular situation reports, and to document periodic updates to definitions which may affect the interpretation of surveillance data.

  • Open Access Turkish
    Authors: 
    ŞENGÜL, Erkan; ÜNAL, Egemen;
    Publisher: M. Tayyib KADAK

    Coronavirus is an enveloped RNA virus that can cause various symptoms, such as pneumonia, fever, difficulty breathing, and lung infection. The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that the official name of the new coronavirus for 2019 is coronavirus disease (COVID-19), and the current reference name for the virus is severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).. The first case was reported to be linked to a local Huanan South China Seafood Market in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China in December 2019. The World Health Organization classified the COVID-19 epidemic as an “international public health emergency” on January 30, and described it as a global epidemic (pandemic) on March 11 due to the incidence and severity of the COVID-19 in 113 countries. Studies have shown that the spread of COVID-19 is relatively rapid and spread to many other countries after it broke out in China, and the center of the pandemic changed from Wuhan city in China to Europe and the USA. As of June 27, 2020, the number of cases diagnosed worldwide has reached 9.9 million, and the number of people who have lost their lives has reached 500,000. In Turkey, the first cases were announced on March 11, 2020. As of 27 June 2020, the number of people infected with coronavirus approached 190,000 and the number of people who died due to the virus reached 5000. T. C. Ministry of Health , after the COVID-19 epidemic started in China, it established the Operation Center against possible risks on January 10, 2020 and formed the Scientific Board, which is critical in epidemic management. COVID-19 outbreak management T.C. It is carried out by taking into account the recommendations of the Scientific Advisory Board within the framework of the "Pandemic Influenza National Preparation Plan" under the coordination of the Ministry of Health. The COVID-19 pandemic has had severe health and economic consequences in the world and in our country. Political decision-makers should work in coordination with academics, relevant government institutions, non-governmental organizations, in order to make the most correct decision within the possible benefit / loss relationship by evaluating these results in combating the epidemic. Koronavirüs, pnömoni, ateş, solunum zorluğu ve akciğer enfeksiyonu gibi çeşitli semptomlara neden olabilecek zarflı bir RNA virüsüdür. Dünya Sağlık Örgütü (DSÖ), 2019 yılı yeni koronavirüsünün resmi adının koronavirüs hastalığı (COVID-19) olduğunu açıklamış ve virüs için mevcut referans adı şiddetli akut solunum sendromu koronavirüs 2 olduğunu bildirmiştir (SARS-CoV-2). İlk vakanın, Aralık 2019'da Çin'in Hubei Eyaleti, Wuhan'daki yerel bir Huanan Güney Çin Deniz Ürünleri Pazarı ile bağlantılı olduğu bildirilmiştir. Dünya Sağlık Örgütü, COVID-19 salgınını 30 Ocak’ta “uluslararası boyutta halk sağlığı acil durumu” olarak sınıflandırmış, 113 ülkede COVID-19 vakalarının görülmesi, virüsün yayılımı ve şiddeti nedeniyle 11 Mart’ta küresel salgın (pandemi) olarak tanımlamıştır. Çalışmalar COVID-19'un yayılmasının nispeten hızlı olduğunu ve Çin'de patlak vermesinden sonra başka birçok ülkeye yayıldığını ve pandemiğin merkezinin Çin'deki Wuhan şehrinden Avrupa ve ABD'ye değiştiğini göstermiştir. 27 Haziran 2020 itibarıyla tüm dünyada toplam tanı almış vaka sayısı 9.9 milyona, hayatını kaybedenlerin sayısı ise 500.000’ e yaklaşmıştır. Türkiye’de ise ilk vaka 11 Mart 2020 tarihinde açıklanmıştır. 27 Haziran 2020 tarihi itibariyle Koronavirüs ile enfekte olmuş kişi sayısı 190.000 , virüs nedeniyle hayatını kaybedenlerin sayısı ise 5000’ e yaklaşmıştır. T.C. Sağlık Bakanlığı, COVID-19 salgınının Çin’de başlamasından sonra muhtemel risklere karşı Operasyon Merkezi’ni 10 Ocak 2020 tarihinde kurmuş ve salgın yönetiminde kritik öneme sahip Bilim Kurulunu oluşturmuştur. COVID-19 salgın yönetimi T.C. Sağlık Bakanlığının koordinasyonunda “Pandemik İnfluenza Ulusal Hazırlık Planı” çerçevesinde, Bilimsel Danışma Kurulunun önerileri dikkate alınarak yapılmaktadır. COVID-19 pandemisinin dünyada ve ülkemizde ağır sağlık ve ekonomik sonuçları olmuştur. Salgınla mücadelede bu sonuçları değerlendirerek olası fayda/zarar ilişkisi içerisinde en doğru kararı vermek için siyasi karar vericiler başta akademisyenler, ilgili devlet kurumları, sivil toplum kuruluşları ile koordineli bir biçimde çalışmalıdır.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Al-Emadi, Talal; Bouras, Abdelaziz; Doi, Suhail; Tang, Patrick; Benslimane, Fatiha; Diop, Abdoulaye; Abdul Rahim, Hanan; Khattab, Tamer; Elbanna, Said; Ali, Aboubakr;
    Publisher: College of Medicine - Qatar University
    Country: Qatar

    A Virtual Conference to shed light on the QU's prominent trends and research efforts addressing Corona virus. لتسليط الضوء على أبرز توجهات الجامعة ومبادراتها البحثية للتصدي لوباء فايروس كورونا

  • Publication . Other literature type . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Malpocher, S.;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Urgent Notation on the Value of Negativity for Containment Strategies in the Pandemic Phenomenon Covid-19. Dispersal impact of Negative Feedbacks. Active Edification of Negativity. Negativity as Social Protection. Nota Urgente sulla Valenza della Negatività nelle Strategie d'Argine al Fenomeno Pandemico da Covid-19. Valenza della Negatività nel Contenimento Covid-19. Impatto da Dispersione delle Negatività Accertate. Costruzione Attiva di Negatività. Negatività come Protezione Sociale.

  • Open Access Russian
    Publisher: Zenodo

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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Emin Kurtuluş; Betül Düşünceli;
    Publisher: Uskudar University

    The purpose of this research is to determine the predictive level of Covid-19 awareness and general belongingness on Covid-19 phobia (fear). Additionally, whether the fear of Covid-19 differs according to sources of information about coronavirus and mood swings during the pandemic period is also examined in this study. The study group of the research consists of a total of 352 university students, 280(%79.54) female, and 72 (%20.46) male. The study was designed in accordance with the correlational research design. In the research findings, it was found that general belongingness to Covid-19 and its awareness significantly predict the fear of Covid-19. In another result of the study, it was observed that university students’ fear of Covid-19 differs according to the source from which they have received information about Covid-19, and the mood changes during the pandemic period. Bu araştırmanın amacı, Covid-19 farkındalığı ve genel aidiyet düzeylerinin Covid-19 fobisini (korkusunu) yordama düzeyini tespit etmektir. Ayrıca araştırmada bireylerin Covid-19 korkusunun koronavirüs hakkında bilgi aldıkları kaynaklara ve pandemi döneminde ruh hali değişimine göre farklılaşıp farklılaşmadığı da inceleme konusu yapılmıştır. Araştırmanın çalışma grubu, 280 (%79.54) kadın ve 72 (%20 .46) erkek olmak üzere toplam 352 üniversite öğrencisinden oluşmaktadır. Çalışma, ilişkisel araştırma desenine uygun olarak tasarlanmıştır. Araştırma bulgularında, genel aidiyetin ve Covid-19 farkındalığının Covid-19 korkusunu anlamlı düzeyde yordadığı bulgularına ulaşılmıştır. Araştırmanın bir diğer sonucunda, Covid-19 korkusunun Covid-19 hakkında bilgi aldıkları kaynağa ve pandemi döneminde ruh hali değişimine göre farklılaştığı görülmüştür.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    KARAHAN, Gül; DUYAN, Veli; PAK GÜRE, Merve Deniz;
    Publisher: Mehmet Zafer DANIŞ

    Bu çalışma, koronavirüs ile ilgili bilgi kaynaklarının neler olduğunu ve bunların COVID-19 korkusu üzerindeki etkisini incelemeyi amaçlamaktadır. Araştırmada Google Formlar aracılığıyla 1851 kişiye ulaşılmış; Sosyodemografik soru formu ve COVID-19 Korkusu Ölçeği kullanılmış ve veriler SPSS ile analiz edilmiştir. Çalışma COVID-19 ile ilgili haber kaynaklarının çoğunlukla TV, sosyal medya ve çevrimiçi kaynaklardan oluştuğunu göstermektedir. Cinsiyetlere göre haber kaynaklarının kullanımı açısından istatistiksel olarak anlamlı farklılık bulunmuştur. Yaş arttıkça haber kaynaklarının kullanımı azalmakta; eğitim seviyesi yükseldikçe haber kaynaklarının kullanımı artmaktadır. Haber kaynağı olarak TV, sosyal medya, çevrimiçi kaynaklar, arkadaş ve aile üyelerini kullananlar arasında COVID-19 korkusunda anlamlı bir farklılık bulunmuştur. Araştırmanın en çarpıcı bulgusu, ulaşılan haber kaynaklarının sayısı arttıkça COVID-19 korkusunun artmasıdır. Bu sonuç, daha fazla haber kaynağından edinilen daha fazla bilginin COVID-19 korkusu üzerindeki etkilerini ortaya koymakta, konunun bireysel ve toplumsal düzeyde ele alınması gereken farklı bir boyutuna işaret etmektedir. This study aims to examine what sources of coronavirus information are and their impact on the fear of COVID-19. This research reached 1851 people through Google Forms. The sociodemographic questionnaire and the Fear of COVID-19 Scale were used and the data were analyzed by SPSS. The study shows that news sources on COVID-19 consist mostly of TV, social media, and online sources. The differences were found in terms of news sources according to gender. As age increases, the use of news sources decreases; as the educational level increases, the use of news sources increases. There is a significant difference in the fear of COVID-19 among those who use television, social media, online resources, friends, and family members as news sources. The most remarkable finding of the research is that the fear of COVID-19 increases as the number of news sources reached increases. This result reveals the effects of more information obtained from more news sources on the fear of COVID-19, pointing to a different dimension of the issue that should be addressed at the individual and societal levels.