Objective: to analyze the relationship between the concern and fear of COVID-19 with fatalism in the daily work of nurses. Method: analytical cross-sectional study carried out with a total of 449 nurses. Data collection was performed using instruments validated in Peru. In the analysis, the Shapiro-Wilk test and the Spearman correlation coefficient were used, and two multiple regression models were estimated, with variable selection in stages. Results: nurses had a moderate level of fatalism and a low level of fear and concern about COVID-19. The first statistical model, which included sociodemographic variables, explains only 3% of the fatalism variance. However, a second model that includes fear and perception explains 33% of it. Conclusion: Worry, fear and having been diagnosed with COVID-19 were predictors of fatalism. It is suggested the implementation of psycho-emotional interventions in daily work-aimed at Nursing professionals who present high levels of fear or concern-to reduce fatalism and prevent fatal consequences of the pandemic and promote health.
|Translated title of the contribution||Worry and fear as predictors of fatalism by COVID-19 in the daily work of nurses|
|Journal||Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem|
|State||Published - 2022|
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