Social Support And Burnout Among Healthcare Workers During Covid-19 Pandemic In Malaysia

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Julia Natasya Binti Ahmad Kushairi , Ho Yi Ming and Ngu Shy Yi


As COVID-19 emerged as a global health issue, it puts a tremendous strain on healthcare professionals all over the world. The focus of this study is to determine the relationship between social support and burnout among healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia. This study hypothesised that healthcare employees with little social support are more likely to experience burnout. The target population of this study was healthcare workers in Malaysia. In future research, it is suggested to collect more in-depth demographic data to further analyse the factors affecting the levels of burnout and social support among healthcare workers.

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