HEALTH CARE FOR WOMEN INTERNATIONAL, vol.44, no.7-8, pp.903-926, 2023 (SSCI)
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HEALTH CARE FOR WOMEN INTERNATIONAL
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Süleyman Demirel University Affiliated:
In this paper, we explore the role of the Covid-19 outbreak on the well-being of healthcare employees (HE) in Turkey by adopting a survey method with 680 (188 men and 492 women) participants. Our results indicate that both the outbreak negatively affects the well-being of HE, and women face more levels of fear, negative feelings and violence than men. Within the context of this research, we contribute to the literature by considering the changing living conditions in the outbreak and adopting a comprehensive approach to reveal sub-level of well-being as subjective and psychological well-being rather than focusing on only mental health like previous studies.