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Title:Analiza precepljenosti zdravstvenih delavcev proti gripi v Sloveniji med leti 2009 in 2019
Authors:Bosilj, Martin (Author)
Rozman, Urška (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Turk, Karl (Co-mentor)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Teoretična izhodišča: Precepljenost zdravstvenih delavcev proti gripi pripomore k zmanjšanju obolevnosti. Poleg tega dajejo zdravstveni delavci s tem, ko se cepijo, zgled pacientom, tistim, ki dvomijo, pa lahko vzbudijo zaupanje, da je cepljenje varno, in jih s tem spodbudijo k temu dejanju. Raziskovalne metode: Uporabili smo kvantitativno metodologijo raziskovanja. S pomočjo deskriptivne metode smo opisali teoretični del problema. Podatke smo analizirali s pomočjo programskega jezika R ter jih nato predstavili v obliki grafov. Deleži cepljenih, podani v odstotkih, so približni, saj so podatki o vseh zaposlenih v zdravstvu zgolj okvirni. Rezultati: Z raziskavo smo odkrili, da je precepljenost med zdravstvenimi delavci proti gripi v Sloveniji nizka. Med letoma 2009 in 2019 je bila povprečna precepljenost ~12,9 %, z najvišjo stopnjo v sezoni 2009/10 (~21 %) in najnižjo v sezoni 2015/16 (~7 %). Opazili smo, da je cepljenje v Sloveniji začelo upadati po pandemiji virusa gripe H1N1 leta 2009, izboljšanje pa je sledilo šele po letu 2016. Nasploh je med evropskimi državami zaznati nizko stopnjo precepljenosti proti gripi med zdravstvenimi delavci. Slovenijo uvrščamo v spodnjo polovico evropske lestvice. Diskusija in zaključek: Kljub pomanjkljivostim, kot sta potreba po vsakoletnem cepljenju in nezagotovljena stoodstotna zaščita, cepljenje še vedno ostaja najboljša možnost za zaščito pred boleznijo, ki predstavlja nevarnost predvsem za ogrožene skupine.
Keywords:virus influenca, zdravstveni delavci, analiza precepljenosti
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[M. Bosilj]
Source:Maribor
UDC:614.47-051:616.921.5(043.2)
COBISS_ID:23429379 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:EQH1AVV5
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Licensing start date:27.05.2020

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Language:English
Title:Analysis of flu vaccination rate among healthcare workers in Slovenia between the years 2009 and 2019
Abstract:Theoretical bases: Influenza vaccination coverage among healthcare workers helps reduce illness. In addition, vaccinated healthcare workers give appropriate example to patients who doubt vaccine safety and so encourage them to get vaccinated. Research methods: Quantitative research method of work was used. Using the descriptive method, we described the theoretical part of the problem. Data was analyzed using the programming language R and then presented in graph form. Percentages of vaccination are approximate, since the data about all health care workers is only indicative. Results: With research we found, that the vaccination rate among healthcare professionals for influenza in Slovenia is low. Between 2009 and 2019, the average health care worker adherence was ~12,9 %, with the highest rate in the 2009/10 season (~21 %) and the lowest in the 2015/16 season (~7 %). We noticed that vaccination in Slovenia started to decline after the H1N1 influenza pandemic in 2009 and improvement followed only after 2016. In general, among European countries, there is a low level of influenza vaccination among healthcare professionals. Slovenia is ranked in the lower half of the European scale. Discussion and conclusion: Despite shortcomings such as the need for annual vaccination and not a 100 % protection provided, vaccination remains the best option for protection against the disease, which poses a risk, especially to the at-risk groups.
Keywords:influenza virus, healthcare workers, analysis of vaccination


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