How to manage quarantine-adherence, psychosocial consequences, coping strategies and lifestyle of patients with COVID-19 and their confirmed contacts: study protocol of the CoCo-Fakt surveillance study, Cologne, Germany

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How to manage quarantine-adherence, psychosocial consequences, coping strategies and lifestyle of patients with COVID-19 and their confirmed contacts : study protocol of the CoCo-Fakt surveillance study, Cologne, Germany. / Joisten, Christine; Kossow, Annelene; Book, Julian; Broichhaus, Lukas; Daum, Monika; Eisenburger, Nina; Fabrice, Alisa; Feddern, Sven; Gehlhar, Andreas; Graf, Anna Carlotta; Grüne, Barbara; Lorbacher, Markus; Nießen, Johannes; Noethig, Wanja; Schmidt, Nikola; Tappiser, Marc; Wiesmüller, Gerhard A.

In: BMJ open, Vol. 11, No. 4, e048001, 13.04.2021.

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Joisten, C, Kossow, A, Book, J, Broichhaus, L, Daum, M, Eisenburger, N, Fabrice, A, Feddern, S, Gehlhar, A, Graf, AC, Grüne, B, Lorbacher, M, Nießen, J, Noethig, W, Schmidt, N, Tappiser, M & Wiesmüller, GA 2021, 'How to manage quarantine-adherence, psychosocial consequences, coping strategies and lifestyle of patients with COVID-19 and their confirmed contacts: study protocol of the CoCo-Fakt surveillance study, Cologne, Germany', BMJ open, vol. 11, no. 4, e048001. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2020-048001

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Joisten, C., Kossow, A., Book, J., Broichhaus, L., Daum, M., Eisenburger, N., Fabrice, A., Feddern, S., Gehlhar, A., Graf, A. C., Grüne, B., Lorbacher, M., Nießen, J., Noethig, W., Schmidt, N., Tappiser, M., & Wiesmüller, G. A. (2021). How to manage quarantine-adherence, psychosocial consequences, coping strategies and lifestyle of patients with COVID-19 and their confirmed contacts: study protocol of the CoCo-Fakt surveillance study, Cologne, Germany. BMJ open, 11(4), [e048001]. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2020-048001

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title = "How to manage quarantine-adherence, psychosocial consequences, coping strategies and lifestyle of patients with COVID-19 and their confirmed contacts: study protocol of the CoCo-Fakt surveillance study, Cologne, Germany",
abstract = "INTRODUCTION: The current coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic has placed unprecedented restrictions on people's lives and routines. To counteract the exponential spread of this virus, a lockdown was implemented in Germany in March 2020. Infected persons and their contacts were also quarantined. Compliance with quarantine measures is essential for containing the spread of the virus and avoiding incalculable consequences in terms of morbidity and mortality. On the other hand, prolonged homestays, particularly quarantining, may lead to fear, panic, anxiety and depression. Hence, determining the psychological response in people during quarantine and their coping strategies is relevant for the counselling and support of affected persons by healthcare workers.METHODS AND ANALYSIS: The CoCo-Fakt-Survey (Cologne-Corona-Beratung und Unterst{\"u}tzung F{\"u}r Index- und KontAKt-Personen w{\"a}hrend der Quarant{\"a}ne-ZeiT; Cologne-Corona counselling and support for index and contacts during the quarantine period-author's translation) will examine a cohort of persons in Cologne quarantined since the beginning of the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak during March 2020. The questionnaire will include demographic data, transmission route, health status, knowledge of and adherence to quarantine measurements, psychological impact on individuals and their family members including children, mental health status, and lifestyle (physical activity/sedentary behaviour, relaxation techniques, nutrition, smoking). All Cologne residents who needed to be quarantined due to a coronavirus infection and the individuals with whom they had contact will be surveyed.ETHICS AND DISSEMINATION: No risks have been identified and no complications are expected. Ethics approval was obtained from the Rheinisch-Westf{\"a}lische Technische Hochschule (RWTH) Aachen Human Ethics Research Committee (351/20), and the research will be conducted in accordance with the approved protocol. The results will be disseminated through peer-reviewed journals and social medicine conferences.",
author = "Christine Joisten and Annelene Kossow and Julian Book and Lukas Broichhaus and Monika Daum and Nina Eisenburger and Alisa Fabrice and Sven Feddern and Andreas Gehlhar and Graf, {Anna Carlotta} and Barbara Gr{\"u}ne and Markus Lorbacher and Johannes Nie{\ss}en and Wanja Noethig and Nikola Schmidt and Marc Tappiser and Wiesm{\"u}ller, {Gerhard A}",
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T1 - How to manage quarantine-adherence, psychosocial consequences, coping strategies and lifestyle of patients with COVID-19 and their confirmed contacts

T2 - study protocol of the CoCo-Fakt surveillance study, Cologne, Germany

AU - Joisten, Christine

AU - Kossow, Annelene

AU - Book, Julian

AU - Broichhaus, Lukas

AU - Daum, Monika

AU - Eisenburger, Nina

AU - Fabrice, Alisa

AU - Feddern, Sven

AU - Gehlhar, Andreas

AU - Graf, Anna Carlotta

AU - Grüne, Barbara

AU - Lorbacher, Markus

AU - Nießen, Johannes

AU - Noethig, Wanja

AU - Schmidt, Nikola

AU - Tappiser, Marc

AU - Wiesmüller, Gerhard A

N1 - © Author(s) (or their employer(s)) 2021. Re-use permitted under CC BY-NC. No commercial re-use. See rights and permissions. Published by BMJ.

PY - 2021/4/13

Y1 - 2021/4/13

N2 - INTRODUCTION: The current coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic has placed unprecedented restrictions on people's lives and routines. To counteract the exponential spread of this virus, a lockdown was implemented in Germany in March 2020. Infected persons and their contacts were also quarantined. Compliance with quarantine measures is essential for containing the spread of the virus and avoiding incalculable consequences in terms of morbidity and mortality. On the other hand, prolonged homestays, particularly quarantining, may lead to fear, panic, anxiety and depression. Hence, determining the psychological response in people during quarantine and their coping strategies is relevant for the counselling and support of affected persons by healthcare workers.METHODS AND ANALYSIS: The CoCo-Fakt-Survey (Cologne-Corona-Beratung und Unterstützung Für Index- und KontAKt-Personen während der Quarantäne-ZeiT; Cologne-Corona counselling and support for index and contacts during the quarantine period-author's translation) will examine a cohort of persons in Cologne quarantined since the beginning of the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak during March 2020. The questionnaire will include demographic data, transmission route, health status, knowledge of and adherence to quarantine measurements, psychological impact on individuals and their family members including children, mental health status, and lifestyle (physical activity/sedentary behaviour, relaxation techniques, nutrition, smoking). All Cologne residents who needed to be quarantined due to a coronavirus infection and the individuals with whom they had contact will be surveyed.ETHICS AND DISSEMINATION: No risks have been identified and no complications are expected. Ethics approval was obtained from the Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule (RWTH) Aachen Human Ethics Research Committee (351/20), and the research will be conducted in accordance with the approved protocol. The results will be disseminated through peer-reviewed journals and social medicine conferences.

AB - INTRODUCTION: The current coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic has placed unprecedented restrictions on people's lives and routines. To counteract the exponential spread of this virus, a lockdown was implemented in Germany in March 2020. Infected persons and their contacts were also quarantined. Compliance with quarantine measures is essential for containing the spread of the virus and avoiding incalculable consequences in terms of morbidity and mortality. On the other hand, prolonged homestays, particularly quarantining, may lead to fear, panic, anxiety and depression. Hence, determining the psychological response in people during quarantine and their coping strategies is relevant for the counselling and support of affected persons by healthcare workers.METHODS AND ANALYSIS: The CoCo-Fakt-Survey (Cologne-Corona-Beratung und Unterstützung Für Index- und KontAKt-Personen während der Quarantäne-ZeiT; Cologne-Corona counselling and support for index and contacts during the quarantine period-author's translation) will examine a cohort of persons in Cologne quarantined since the beginning of the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak during March 2020. The questionnaire will include demographic data, transmission route, health status, knowledge of and adherence to quarantine measurements, psychological impact on individuals and their family members including children, mental health status, and lifestyle (physical activity/sedentary behaviour, relaxation techniques, nutrition, smoking). All Cologne residents who needed to be quarantined due to a coronavirus infection and the individuals with whom they had contact will be surveyed.ETHICS AND DISSEMINATION: No risks have been identified and no complications are expected. Ethics approval was obtained from the Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule (RWTH) Aachen Human Ethics Research Committee (351/20), and the research will be conducted in accordance with the approved protocol. The results will be disseminated through peer-reviewed journals and social medicine conferences.

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