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7th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 16-18, 2023 | Boston, Massachusetts, USA

October 16 -18, 2023 | Boston, Massachusetts, USA
NWC 2022

Anila Cake

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 - Anila Cake
University of Medicine, Albania
Title : Vaccination and dilemmas in health professionals during the COVID 19- pandemic


Scope: Are there dilemmas about the vaccination process in health professionals and what are they? What were the first data results on the effectiveness of the vaccination process in health workers and are they reliable?

Materials and methods: Analytical studies published in The Lancet, PubMed, Elsevier and Medscape journals.

Results: Summary of quality estimates for 594 items. All sources were rated according to the AACODS21 checklist. The total number of deaths reported by HCW as of May 8, 2020 was 1413. This suggests that for every 100 HCWs that were infected, 1 died, 3600 deaths in the USA, 3090 from 64 countries of the world and 66 from Albania. 28 samples (n = 58,656) from 13 countries show that as the pandemic increased, the% of people intending to vaccinate decreased and the% of people intending to refuse vaccination increased. A comprehensive study found that, the prevalence of reluctance to vaccinate against COVID-19 worldwide in health care workers ranged from

  1. to 72% (average = 22.51% in all studies with 76,471 participants) . There were many dilemmas in male professionals for conspiratorial ideas of their sterilization. A very important study showed that the vaccine not only did not damage the process of spermatogenesis but, after the second dose of the vaccine, the average sperm concentration increased significantly to 30 million / ml (IQR, 21.5-40.5; P = .02) and average TMSC at 44 million (IQR, 27.5-98; P = .001). Sperm volume and sperm motility also increased significantly. Controlled Trials (RCTs) have shown that mRNA-based vaccines have an estimated efficacy of 95%. Studies show that vaccination reduces viral load by 1.6x to 20x in individuals who are positive for SARS-CoV-2. and that vaccination is not only important for the protection of the individual, but can reduce the transmission of viral load. Vaccinated individuals may be positive, they have lower viral load and therefore may be less contagious.

Conclusions. Vaccination is an important process in the emergency situation created by COVID - 19 and the protection of health professionals is a necessity for continuing and maintaining the quality of health care worldwide.

Keywords:Vaccination,, dilemmas, health professionals, COVID – 19.


Anila Cake has achieved the objectives set out in the subject curricula it has taught, adapting the lectures in the most creative, attractive and assimilable way for students. Has the quality of a contemporary lecturer for the way of teaching and the coordination skills of the teaching process. Ms. CAKE has contributed as coordinator and manager in the process of institutional ACCREDITATION and ISSO CERTIFICATION for the American University of Tirana and MEDICOM Vocational Colleges. Also in scientific research, with publication in the most prestigious journals such as, PUBMED and ELSEVIER, etc.