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The goal of this type of study: quasi-experimental clinical trial . The purpose of this study is to explore the effects of applying mindfulness-based mobile applications program to maintaining mental health of emergency nurses during providing care to COVID-19 patients. The main question[s] it aims to answer are: 1. To explore the effect of mindfulness-based mobile device-assisted program on care stress of emergency nurses caring for COVID-19 patients. 2. To explore the impact of mindfulness-based mobile device-assisted programs on the psychological distress of emergency nurses caring for COVID-19 patients. 3. To explore the impact of a mindfulness-based mobile device-assisted program on compassion fatigue in emergency nurses caring for COVID-19 patients. Participants will Mindfulness-based mobile device is provided to experimental group as assistance for 2 weeks. In the contrary, no intervention measure was assigned in the control group. Scale exam was performed before and after the program in both groups at the same time.


Clinical Trial Description

This study was a quasi-experimental study with two groups of pretest and posttest to facilitate sampling from the emergency room of Mackay Memorial Hospital. Emergency nurses at Taipei Mackay Memorial Hospital were in the experimental group, and emergency nurses at Tamsui Mackay Memorial Hospital were in the control group. These cases are expected to be accepted. There were 54 people in the experimental group and 54 people in the control group. The experimental group received a two-week mindfulness-based mobility device-assisted program. The program is a mobile application developed by researchers and designed for use on smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. The program content is facilitated and guided by certified instructors from the Center for Mindfulness (CFM) at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Five suitable sound files were provided to guide subjects in practicing mindfulness. Each audio file is approximately 10 to 15 minutes in length. The control group did not take any intervention measures. The experimental group was tested on the scale before and after the program, and the control group was also measured at the same time. Research tools include the Nursing Stress Scale, Psychological Distress Scale, and Compassion Exhaustion Scale. The SPSS 20.0 software package was used for statistical analysis and processing of the data, and covariates were used to analyze the results. The findings will help improve mental health by reducing stress, psychological distress and compassion fatigue among emergency nurse practitioners caring for COVID-19 patients. ;


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NCT number NCT06267534
Study type Interventional
Source Mackay Memorial Hospital
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Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date September 9, 2022
Completion date September 22, 2022

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