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1.031 / 5.000 Çeviri sonuçları This research was planned to determine the effect of health protection and promotion program based on motivational interviewing based on Pender's Health Promotion Model on healthy lifestyle behaviors of individuals with schizophrenia. When the national and international literature is examined, it is known that there are descriptive studies on the physical health of individuals with mental disorders, and interventional intervention programs under the leadership of psychiatric nurses for the protection and development of the physical health of individuals with mental disorders are very limited. In this context, psychiatric nurses act as a bridge between mental and physical health for patients. It is thought that this study, which will be conducted to evaluate the healthy lifestyle behaviors of individuals with schizophrenia, of the Health Promotion Model and motivational interview-based health protection and promotion program will contribute to the literature, provide data for future studies, and be an applicable model for TRSMs.

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Research Istanbul Bakirkoy Prof. Dr. In Mazhar Osman Mental Health and Neurological Diseases Training and Research Hospital Bakırköy Community Mental Health Center, the experimental research design was carried out with a pretest and posttest control group. The study population of this study consisted of patients aged 18-65 years who were diagnosed with schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders (N=502). The sample of the study consisted of patients diagnosed with schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders who met the sampling criteria determined in the study (n=52). In the Power analysis of the research, the sample size was determined as 2 groups, with 26 people as the experimental group and 26 people as the control group, with a total of 52 people in the 95% confidence interval. In the study, 52 patients diagnosed with schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders who met the sample selection criteria and volunteered to participate in the study were divided into experimental and control groups using simple random sampling technique. As data collection tools in the research; Personal Information Form, Healthy Life Style Behavior Scale II, Health Improvement Profile, Anthropometric Measurements and Vital Findings and Stage of Change Diagnosis Form were used. The implementation of the research was completed in four stages. In the first stage, the "Health Promotion Model and Motivational Interview-Based Health Protection and Promotion Program" was developed by the researcher in line with the literature review. In the second stage, after the program was introduced to all participants who met the inclusion criteria and their written consent was obtained, pre-tests including the variables of the research were applied, and then the participants were assigned to the experimental and control groups by randomization method. Sessions were held in the form of individual interviews due to the pandemic and social distance conditions. In the third stage, the Health Promotion Model and the Motivational Interview-Based Health Protection and Promotion Program were applied to the experimental group, which consisted of 6 sessions and lasted an average of 60-120 minutes to discuss the warm-up period and the main themes of the sessions in each individual session. A summary of the previous session was made to remember what was done in the first 5-10 minutes of each session. "Weekly Nutrition Follow-up Form", "Weekly Step Count Follow-up Form", "Weekly Stress Follow-up Form", "Weekly Leisure Activities Follow-Up Form" and "Weekly Sleep Diary" prepared by the researcher for the experimental group participants were handed over to the patients as homework. They were asked to fill it out weekly and bring it to their next session. No intervention was made to the patients in the control group during the six-week period. During this process, both experimental and control group patients continued their routine treatments including drug treatments, doctor's controls, psychoeducation, individual therapy, and other programs at the Community Mental Health Center. At the end of the sixth session, the measurement tools were applied again and the implementation phase of the research was ended. After the Health Promotion Model and Motivational Interview-Based Health Protection and Improvement Program sessions applied to the experimental group were completed, the post-test was applied three and six months later, and the control group was followed-up by applying the post-test six weeks, three and six months later. ;

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NCT number NCT05208021
Study type Interventional
Source Saglik Bilimleri Universitesi
Contact Mahinur Betül ÇALISKAN, MSc
Phone +05070497185
Status Recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date March 29, 2021
Completion date April 2022

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