Italy was among the most severely hit European country by COVID-19 pandemic and, just as in other countries, healthcare workers emerged as a group at increased risk of becoming infected with the virus. In fact, according to INAIL almost 70% of all reported occupational injuries is concentrated in the health and social care sector. Nevertheless, to date in Italy – to our knowledge – no research has focused on the possible factors that have jeopardized the protection of this category of workers. Our paper aims to analyze – through currently available data – the impact of different Regional Health Care Systems’ interventions and policies on HCW’s risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection with respect to specific indicators regarding the different responses to Covid-19 adopted by SSR with the aim of preventing the spread of the virus and treating people infected with COVID-19.

Covid-19 e rischi per il personale sanitario: il ruolo dei sistemi sanitari regionali

Quaglia, V;
2021-01-01

Abstract

Italy was among the most severely hit European country by COVID-19 pandemic and, just as in other countries, healthcare workers emerged as a group at increased risk of becoming infected with the virus. In fact, according to INAIL almost 70% of all reported occupational injuries is concentrated in the health and social care sector. Nevertheless, to date in Italy – to our knowledge – no research has focused on the possible factors that have jeopardized the protection of this category of workers. Our paper aims to analyze – through currently available data – the impact of different Regional Health Care Systems’ interventions and policies on HCW’s risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection with respect to specific indicators regarding the different responses to Covid-19 adopted by SSR with the aim of preventing the spread of the virus and treating people infected with COVID-19.
Franco Angeli
Nazionale
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