Challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic for children and their families during home quarantine in Turkey

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Data
2023-12
Autorzy
Aydın, Bahise
Çalbayram, Nazan Çakırer
Altundağ, Sebahat
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Publishing Office of the University of Rzeszow
Abstrakt
Introduction and aim. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant changes in human life. As a result of these changes, it is important to determine the effects on the child and family life. This study was conducted to determine the challenges experienced by children and their families while home quarantine in the pandemic. Material and methods. The study was conducted with parents who had children aged 6-18, use social media, and willing to participate in the study. A total of 450 parents participated in the study. Online survey was used. Results. It was determined that some of parental daily activities decreased (doing sports, communicating with friends, engaging in hobbies) and some of them increased (personal hygiene, internet, and playing games with their children). The decreased daily activities of children (doing sports and communicating with friends) and increased activities (eating, personal hygiene, internet, and social media use, playing with toys and technological devices) were detected. There was an increase in some of the family activities (watching movies, playing games, and studying). Conclusion. It was determined that the home quarantine in the pandemic led to some negative changes in the daily living habits, lifestyles, and feelings of the family.
Opis
Written permissions were obtained from the Non-Interventional Research Ethics Committee of a University (No: 61351342/2020-510, date: 29.10.2020). At the outset, the participants were informed about the purpose, method, and plan of the study by the researchers, and their informed consent was obtained.
Słowa kluczowe
child , COVID-19 , family health , nursing , pandemics , quarantine
Cytowanie
European Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine T. 21, z. 4 (2023), s. 716–722