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The development of the ‘COVID-19 psychological resilience model’ and its efficacy during the COVID-19 pandemic in China
He,Zongling1,2; Chen,Jiajia1,2; Pan,Keliang1,2; Yue,Yuchuan1,2; Cheung,Teris3; Yuan,Yin1,2; Du,Na1,2; Zhao,Yan1,2; Feng,Yusu1,2; Zhou,Die1,2; Zhou,You1,2; Lu,Fengmei1,2; Chen,Yong1,2; He,Manxi1,2; Xiang,Yu Tao4,5
2020
Source PublicationInternational Journal of Biological Sciences
ISSN1449-2288
Volume16Issue:15Pages:2828-2834
AbstractDuring the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak, traditional face-to-face psychological interventions have been suspended due to high risks of rapid transmission. Developing an effective online model of psychological intervention is deemed necessary to deal with the mental health challenges brought up by this disease. An integrated psychological intervention model coined ‘COVID-19 Psychological Resilience Model’ was developed in Chengdu, China including live media, 24-hour hotline consultations, online video intervention and on-site crisis intervention sessions to provide services to those in need. A total of 45 episodes of live media programs on COVID-19 outbreak-related psychological problems were broadcasted with over 10 million views. A total of 4,236 hotline consultations were completed. More than 50% of the clients had positive feedback about the hotline consultations. A total of 223 cases received online video intervention, of which 84.97% were redirected from the hotline consultation and 15.03% from COVID-19-designated hospital and community-based observation spots. Seventy one-on-one psychological interventions were conducted with 39 COVID-19 patients, and one-third were treated with medication. Additionally, 5 training sessions were conducted to 98 frontline medical staff. This ‘COVID-19 Psychological Resilience Model’ is proven effective to the general population during the COVID-19 pandemic. We have greatly improved the overall mental health of our target population during the COVID-19 pandemic. This model could provide valuable experiences and serve as a reference guide for other countries to offer effective psychological intervention, and reduce detrimental negative mental health outcomes in public health emergency.
KeywordHotline consultation Live media Novel coronavirus disease On-site crisis intervention Video intervention
DOI10.7150/ijbs.50127
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Language英语
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Corresponding AuthorLu,Fengmei
Affiliation1.The Clinical Hospital of Chengdu Brain Science Institute,School of Life Science and Technology,University of Electronic Science and Technology of China,Chengdu,610054,China
2.The Mental Health center of Chengdu,Sichuan,610036,China
3.School of Nursing,Hong Kong Polytechnic University,Hong Kong
4.Unit of Psychiatry,Institute of Translational Medicine,Faculty of Health Sciences,University of Macau,Macao
5.Center for Cognition and Brain Sciences,University of Macau,Macao
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He,Zongling,Chen,Jiajia,Pan,Keliang,et al. The development of the ‘COVID-19 psychological resilience model’ and its efficacy during the COVID-19 pandemic in China[J]. International Journal of Biological Sciences,2020,16(15):2828-2834.
APA He,Zongling,Chen,Jiajia,Pan,Keliang,Yue,Yuchuan,Cheung,Teris,Yuan,Yin,Du,Na,Zhao,Yan,Feng,Yusu,Zhou,Die,Zhou,You,Lu,Fengmei,Chen,Yong,He,Manxi,&Xiang,Yu Tao.(2020).The development of the ‘COVID-19 psychological resilience model’ and its efficacy during the COVID-19 pandemic in China.International Journal of Biological Sciences,16(15),2828-2834.
MLA He,Zongling,et al."The development of the ‘COVID-19 psychological resilience model’ and its efficacy during the COVID-19 pandemic in China".International Journal of Biological Sciences 16.15(2020):2828-2834.
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