Staffs Survival Associated Behavioural Factors of COVID-19: A Systematic Review
Abstract: The study review staffs survival-associated behavioural factors of covid-19. The study reviews people’s knowledge of COVID–19, People’s Perceptions of the Possible Causes of COVID–19, and People’s Attitudes toward Staffs Survivors of COVID–19, Management Associated Factors, Facility Associated Factors, and The Impact of Stigmatization among Staffs survivors from COVID-19, and Control of Stigmatization among Staffs Survivors of COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on individuals and societies worldwide, including Ghana. Staff members, especially those in healthcare settings, have been at an increased risk of infection due to their frequent exposure to the virus. Several behavioral factors have been associated with the survival of staff members in Ghana during the COVID-19 pandemic. The survival of staff members in Ghana during the COVID-19 pandemic is associated with several behavioral factors, including adherence to preventive measures, timely testing and isolation, adequate training and provision of PPE, mental health support, and support from employers.