2.07 Bernadette de Lourdes School of Nursing Science: Recent submissions
The Yalom’s ‘here-and–now’ techniques-activation and illumination is worked particularly in each session of long-term group psychotherapy. Both activation and illumination help therapist interpret, reflect, and clarify individual’s behaviors. In the premature, dropping out of group, the therapist also used both in order to do following benefits: reduce the clients’ psychological distress, increase individual’s self-esteem, and foster client’s hope in group session as well as maintain positive outcome of long-term group psychotherapy. The volunt...
Health problems in the 21st century is related to the modern lifestyles and new technology that cause people, particularly health care providers to have sedentary lifestyles which leads them to have health problems, non-communicable disease. This challenges healthcare providers to be the good role model to others by performing healthy lifestyles; having healthy eating habit, doing exercise, taking enough rest, reducing stress, and living and working in the good environment.
Background: Involving patient in decision making for their care can enhance satisfaction and promote health outcomes in particular in the nursing fields. As The World Health Organization Principles of Perinatal Care has recommended that care should involve women in decision making. This principle strongly endorses for improving effective perinatal care. Decision making regard to treatment options is a concept that has increased widespread appeals to healthcare providers and users in recent year. Evidently, patient involvement in decision ma...
Psychometric Properties of the Thai Version of Copenhagen Burnout Inventory (T-CBI) in Thai Nurses
Background: Burnout has consistently been an influential predictor of intention to leave nursing profession. Assessing nurses’ burnout is highly crucial in retaining qualified nurses and alleviating nursing shortage. The Copenhagen Burnout Inventory was originally developed in English and has been modified and translated into Thai. Psychometric properties of the Thai version of Copenhagen Burnout Inventory has not been investigated. Methods: The purpose of study was to examine psychometric properties of the Thai version of Copenhagen Burnout I...
The purpose of this qualitative study was to understand the motivation of international migration of Thai nurses.The data were collected from 2 groups: 1) a group of 14 nurses who had experiences working abroad were recruited for in-depth interviews, and 2) a group of 16 nurses who were processing to work abroad, 14 of them were recruited to participate in focus group interviews and 2 of them were willing for the in-depth interviews. The participants were purposively selected using snowball technique. The semi-structured interview guidelin...
A Randomized Controlled Trial of Knowledge Sharing Practice with Empowerment Strategies in Pregnant Women to Improve Exclusive Breastfeeding during the First Six Months Postpartum
The objective of the study was to investigate whether a Knowledge Sharing Practices with Empowerment Strategic (KSPES) program on antenatal education and postnatal support strategies in experimental group improves the rates of 6 months exclusive breastfeeding during the first six months postpartum compared with Routine Standard Knowledge of Breastfeeding Techniques (RSKBT) in control group. A randomized controlled trial was conducted. Pregnant women of more than 32 weeks’ gestation were randomly assigned to receive a routine standar...