Viver sob a pandemia COVID-19 : destaques do estudo internacional EUCLID em Portugal

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Branquinho, Cátia
Reis, Marta
Noronha, Catarina
Tomé, Gina
Guedes, Fábio Botelho
Cerqueira, Ana
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Living Under Pandemics COVID-19: Higlights From The Euclid Initernational Study In Portugal
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Psicologia, Saúde & Doença. Sociedade Portuguesa de Psicologia da Saúde. 2021, 22(3), pp. 802-815. ISSN 1645-0086. Available under: doi: 10.15309/21psd220303
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This work aims to analyse citizens living in Portugal during the pandemic COVID-19 2020/2021, subjective health, perceived risk and perception related to the outbreak, motivation for protection and adoption of preventive behaviours, and their expectations for the future. Were included 225 individuals, 81.3% female (18-83 years; M = 36 years; SD = 13.42), 49.8% single, and 53.3% employed. Data were analyzed with SPSS v. 26 software and Chi-square test. The results highlight that women stand out in the perception of a higher probability of infection, presenting a higher motivation for protection and behaviours such as disinfecting their mobile phones. They are also, along with young people, those who feel less protected by the actions taken by local authorities. With a lower perception of the probability of infection, young people were the ones who least increased their protective behaviours such as avoiding touching their face. Similarly to adults +55 years, they are the ones who have more positive expectations of how long it will take for the situation in the country to improve. Women and the 35-44 age group are those who perceive the most severe health impacts. Based on the results, it is expected to contribute to the development and adaptation of public health and prevention and health promotion policies related to the pandemic, rethinking the adaptation and development of health promotion and well-being strategies for specific target groups, such as youth and women.

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Portugal; Health and Risk; Protection; Behaviours; Expectations; Coronavirus
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ISO 690BRANQUINHO, Cátia, Marta REIS, Julia E. KOLLER, Catarina NORONHA, Karoline VILLINGER, Gina TOMÉ, Harald T. SCHUPP, Fábio Botelho GUEDES, Britta RENNER, Ana CERQUEIRA, 2021. Viver sob a pandemia COVID-19 : destaques do estudo internacional EUCLID em Portugal. In: Psicologia, Saúde & Doença. Sociedade Portuguesa de Psicologia da Saúde. 2021, 22(3), pp. 802-815. ISSN 1645-0086. Available under: doi: 10.15309/21psd220303
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  doi={10.15309/21psd220303},
  title={Viver sob a pandemia COVID-19 : destaques do estudo internacional EUCLID em Portugal},
  number={3},
  volume={22},
  issn={1645-0086},
  journal={Psicologia, Saúde & Doença},
  pages={802--815},
  author={Branquinho, Cátia and Reis, Marta and Koller, Julia E. and Noronha, Catarina and Villinger, Karoline and Tomé, Gina and Schupp, Harald T. and Guedes, Fábio Botelho and Renner, Britta and Cerqueira, Ana}
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