0.1 were obtained by keyword co-occurrence; 8 main clusters were obtained by cluster analysis, which were composed of 158 nodes and 474 lines. The emergence analysis showed that occupational exposure, occupational stress and medical disputes were the current research hotspots of medical staff's mental health. Conclusion due to the heavy workload, high risk and the escalation of doctor-patient conflicts, the mental health problems of medical staff are becoming increasingly prominent. Therefore, more effective intervention measures should be provided for the mental health of medical staff. Medical staffs are in the environment of heavy infection, high load, high risk and psychological pressure, and their mental health problems are increasingly prominent. Wang Shengnan and other research statistics [1], at present, about 25% - 30% of doctors in China are suffering from depression, and the probability is as high as 4 times that of the general population. Because of the high work pressure and special working environment, more than 80% of the medical staff in the general hospital have poor sleep quality; 72% of the medical staff often feel tired and sleepy; in addition, 48.6% of the medical staff have psychological stress reaction and job burnout; 16% of the medical staff leave because of the physical and mental problems cannot be well solved. Compared with the general population, medical staffs have a higher level of professional knowledge, but their mental health is easy to be ignored. Their mental health status not only affects themselves, but also greatly endangers the health of patients. Therefore, it is particularly important to pay attention to the mental health status of medical staff. "> Visualization Analysis of Medical Staff Mental Health Research Based on Citespace

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Visualization Analysis of Medical Staff Mental Health Research Based on Citespace

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DOI: 10.38007/Proceedings.0001810

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Jiameng Zhang, Yao Zhu, Suzhen Wang

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Jiameng Zhang

Abstract

Abstract: objective through the bibliometric and visual analysis of "medical staff + mental health" literature, to explore the development status, research hotspots and development trend of medical staff's mental health, so as to provide intervention reference for improving the mental health level of medical staff. Methods CiteSpace was used to analyze the authors, institutions and keywords of 203 articles on mental health of medical staff retrieved from CNKI. Result The related literature span from January 2010 to May 2020, and the number of published articles peaked in 2012, 2015 and 2018; 13 high-frequency keywords with CB > 0.1 were obtained by keyword co-occurrence; 8 main clusters were obtained by cluster analysis, which were composed of 158 nodes and 474 lines. The emergence analysis showed that occupational exposure, occupational stress and medical disputes were the current research hotspots of medical staff's mental health. Conclusion due to the heavy workload, high risk and the escalation of doctor-patient conflicts, the mental health problems of medical staff are becoming increasingly prominent. Therefore, more effective intervention measures should be provided for the mental health of medical staff. Medical staffs are in the environment of heavy infection, high load, high risk and psychological pressure, and their mental health problems are increasingly prominent. Wang Shengnan and other research statistics [1], at present, about 25% - 30% of doctors in China are suffering from depression, and the probability is as high as 4 times that of the general population. Because of the high work pressure and special working environment, more than 80% of the medical staff in the general hospital have poor sleep quality; 72% of the medical staff often feel tired and sleepy; in addition, 48.6% of the medical staff have psychological stress reaction and job burnout; 16% of the medical staff leave because of the physical and mental problems cannot be well solved. Compared with the general population, medical staffs have a higher level of professional knowledge, but their mental health is easy to be ignored. Their mental health status not only affects themselves, but also greatly endangers the health of patients. Therefore, it is particularly important to pay attention to the mental health status of medical staff.

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Keywords: Medical Staff; Mental Health; Visual Analysis