|تاریخ چاپ: 1399/07/30|
|Comparing the Effect of Contact-based Education with Acceptance and Commitment Training on Destigmatization Toward Psychiatric Disorders in Nursing Students|
|Author(s):||Saeed Vaghee، Azam Salarhaji *، Masoud Kashani Lotfabadi، Nastaran Vaghei|
BackgroundDespite the importance of stigma in psychiatric disorders and due to the important role of nurses in caring and supporting such illnesses, it is not considered in nursing educations.
ObjectivesThe current study aimed at comparing the effect of Contact-based education and acceptance and commitment-based training on stigma toward psychiatric disorders among nursing students.
MethodsIt was a clinical study and 111 nursing students of the 4th semester passing mental health training course 1 in Ibne-Sina Psychiatric hospital of Mashhad, Iran, were selected by cluster and quota sampling methods. They were divided into 3 groups of contact-based education (interpersonal contact among individuals with improved mental illnesses), acceptance and commitment-based training and control group. In order to obtain data, The opening mind scales for Health Care Providers was used; and it was completed in 3 levels of pretest, posttest and 1-month follow-up sessions. Data analysis was carried out by repeated measurements of ANOVA.
ResultsThere was no significant difference between the contact-based education and acceptance and commitment-based training groups in reducing the average score of stigma and subscales of social distance and diagnostic overshadowing (P > 0.05). On the other hand, in terms of mean changes, there was no significant difference among the 3 groups in the score of disclosure subscale (P = 0.09). However, contact-based education group demonstrated significant reduction in the mean of recovery and social responsibility subscales, compared to acceptance and commitment-based training group (P
|Keywords:||Acceptance، Commitment Therapy، Education، Mental Disorders، Nursing، Stigma، Students|
|Published:||Iranian Journal of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Volume:11 Issue: 2, 2017|
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