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The Effect of Spirituality Intervention on the Anxiety Parents of Hospitalized Newborns in a Neonatal Department

  • Ebrahim Naimi
  • Amin Babuei
  • Moslem Moslemirad
  • Karim Rezaei
  • Owrang EilamiEmail author
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Abstract

Admission leads to many problems in the family, one of the most important of which is Stress parents. Therefore, specify The Effect of Religious Intervention on the Anxiety parents of hospitalized newborns in a neonatal department. The study was a semi-experimental study with experimental and control groups and before and after the intervention, Anxiety and care pressure questionnaires were given to parents. The religion intervention in the 8 Session parents of hospitalized newborns in a neonatal. Data were analyzed by SPSS16 and descriptive and analytical tests. The study indicated that religion has an effective role in enhancing and bettering stress of parents. Thus, it is suggested that a cleric be present in the section for religious intervention. Moreover, it is suggested that religious interventions should be done by nurses as a group of people with a close relationship with the patients and their parents.

Keywords

Anxiety Religious intervention Parents Newborn 

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The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ebrahim Naimi
    • 1
  • Amin Babuei
    • 2
  • Moslem Moslemirad
    • 3
  • Karim Rezaei
    • 4
  • Owrang Eilami
    • 5
    Email author
  1. 1.Department of Public Health, Faulty of HealthYasuj University of Medical ScienceYasujIran
  2. 2.Deputy of Development of ManagmentYasuj University of Medical ScienceYasujIran
  3. 3.Yasuj University of Medical SciencesYasujIran
  4. 4.Determinants of Health Research CenterYasuj University of Medical SciencesYasujIran
  5. 5.School of Medicine Social, Determinants of Health Research CenterYasuj University of Medical SciencesYasujIran

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