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IJPN 2014, 2(3): 58-68 Back to browse issues page
Effect of group motivational interviewing on quality of life of patients with colorectal cancer and permanent ostomy
E Rajabipour Mrs, S Maddah Mrs *, M Falahi Khoshknab Mr, F Zarei Mr, F Anaraki Mrs
University of Social Welfare & Rehabilitation Sciences, Tehran , Maddah.ssb@gmail.com
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Introduction: Ostomy patients are involved in physical, emotional, social and many other problems. The problems will disrupt the normal process of living and quality of life. these patients experience Lower quality of life according to their special problems. In this situation the proper training and appropriate interventions can effect on improving the quality of life of these patients. The goal of this study was Determination of the effects of group motivational interviewing and quality of life with a permanent ostomy. Methods: This study is a quasi-experimental study with two groups before and after sampling aimed based sampling on 70 patients with colorectal cancer and permanent ostomy was performed in Ostomy Association of Iran and Surgery clinic of Rasoul Akram Hospital in 2013. Intervention based on practical book of motivational interviewing was performed with a nurse (researcher), psychologist knowledgeable in Motivational interviewing (as a group facilitator) and ostomy nurse in two groups of 12 and a group of 11 patients. The data gathering tool in this study was Quality of Life Ostomy patients Questionnaire of Hope City that was measured before intervention and one month after. Data were analyzed using the software SPSS 20 and Tvsyqy paired t-test, t- test and then analyzed with Mann – Whitney U Test Finding: The results of this study showed that the motivational interviewing significantly increases quality of life of the intervention group in post-test (mental health, (p<0/005), social health (p<0/008), spiritual well-being (p<0/003) and physical health (p<0/002). also there is a significant difference between the intervention and control groups in components of self-esteem, psychological, social and spiritual health. Conclusion: the implementation of “motivational interviewing” makes a significant difference in the quality of life of patients with cancer of colon and permanent ostomy. So implementation of this procedure improves the quality of life of patients with ostomy.
Keywords: Motivational interviewing, Permanent ostomy, Quality of life, Nursing.
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Received: 2014/10/29
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Rajabipour E, Maddah S, Falahi Khoshknab M, Zarei F, Anaraki F. Effect of group motivational interviewing on quality of life of patients with colorectal cancer and permanent ostomy. IJPN. 2014; 2 (3) :58-68
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