Factors that Affect the Performance of COVID-19 Infection Management Administration in General Hospitals
Keywords:COVID-19, Knowledge, Importance level, Educational demand, Performance.
Background: This study aimed to provide basic data for the development of COVID-19 infection
management educational programs by confirming the factors that affect the performance of COVID-19
infection management administration in general hospitals.
Method: Data was collected from administrative staff at 192 general hospitals by means of a structuralized
questionnaire, and SPSS Ver. 21.0 software was used for data analysis.
Conclusion: The extent of knowledge and execution of COVID-19 infection management processes by
administrative staff in general hospitals was positively correlated with the extent of educational demand
for COVID-19 infection management, with explanatory power of 16.7%. It is necessary to include factors
including COVID-19 transmission route, transmission prevention, and staff safety in COVID-19 infection
management educational program administration. In addition, it is essential also to performance COVID-19
infection management education
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