LEVEL OF LIFE ETHICS COMPLIANCE AMONG COVID 19 PATIENTS DURING THE QUARANTINE SESSION AT PKRC JUBLI PERAK HALL, KOTA BHARU

  • Azuki Yusuff Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
  • Azahah Abu Hassan Shaári Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
Keywords: ethical compliance, Covid Pandemic 19, quarantine, PKRC

Abstract

Ethical compliance throughout the quarantine session at PKRC is important for the health of the group, cooperation with the authorities, and the national mission. The level of ethical compliance among Covid 19 patients was measured to review strategies to succeed in the subsequent appreciation of patients’ ethics. This study focuses on hygiene ethics, self-control, sociocultural, worship, fitness, and leadership. Equivalent observation method and proportional random interviews were used. The analysis was performed descriptively. Findings indicated that the level of patients' ethical compliance was moderately good. Hygiene ethics were reported as less consistent, similar to the patients’ self-control. This was due to the issues of adaptation and accommodation in new places as well as lack of self-awareness. Socio-culture was at a good level due to the patients’ population among the local population. Worship activities were also in a good range because of the conditions and facilities provided by the health providers. However, fitness ethics were reported as not good, due to the unfavorable facilities and situations at the quarantine center. Leadership was observed as moderate and some patients were perceived as individualistic. The use of a model of cultural change and A comprehensive collaboration with various parties, without a heavy reliance on the frontline workers, is needed to improve patients’ viability during Covid 19 quarantine session.

 

Published
2022-05-31
How to Cite
Yusuff, A., & Abu Hassan Shaári, A. (2022). LEVEL OF LIFE ETHICS COMPLIANCE AMONG COVID 19 PATIENTS DURING THE QUARANTINE SESSION AT PKRC JUBLI PERAK HALL, KOTA BHARU. International Online Journal of Language, Communication, and Humanities, 122-133. https://doi.org/10.47254/insaniah.v0i0.225