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:: Volume 10, Issue 36 (Spring 1401 2022) ::
NPWJM 2022, 10(36): 68-77 Back to browse issues page
Comparison of the effectiveness of metallization-based therapy and emotion-regulated therapy based on the Gross process model on self-compassion and resilience in Critical Care Unit Nurses
Soheila Salmanian , Sheida Jabalameli , Maryam Moghimian , Fariba Arjmandi
Islamic Azad University
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Introduction: Nurses in critical wards are key members of treatment in hospitals psychological interventions, in addition to increasing the well-being of nurses, can improve the nurse-patient relationship and, as a result, improve the performance of hospitals from an organizational point of view. The present study was conducted with the aim of comparing the effectiveness of treatment based on mentalization and treatment based on emotion regulation based on the Gross process model on the variables of resilience and self-compassion in nurses of intensive care units.
Method:  The research design was semi-experimental with two test groups and one control group. The statistical population included 45 nurses in special care units in Tehran, who were randomly assigned online in three groups of 15 people. The intervention groups each received eight 90-minute sessions of mentalization-based therapy and emotion regulation-based therapy, and the control group did not receive training. Data collection tools were Neff's self-compassion questionnaires and Connor and Davidson's resilience scale. To analyze the data, multivariate covariance was used using SPSS version 22 software.
Results:  The results showed that the highest scores of resilience and self-compassion were in the intervention group based on mentalization, and the lowest scores were in the control group. However, the difference between the three groups at the end of the study was not statistically significant (P=0.053).
Conclusion: Based on the findings of this study, it seems that training sessions may improve self-compassion and resilience in nurses working in intensive care units.
 
Article number: 7
Keywords: self-compassion, resilience, emotion regulation therapy, metallization-based therapy, Critical Care Unit
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2022/07/4 | Accepted: 2022/12/30 | Published: 2023/01/8
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Salmanian S, Jabalameli S, Moghimian M, Arjmandi F. Comparison of the effectiveness of metallization-based therapy and emotion-regulated therapy based on the Gross process model on self-compassion and resilience in Critical Care Unit Nurses. NPWJM 2022; 10 (36) : 7
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