Iranina Journal of Psychiatric Nursing

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ISSN / EISSN : 2345-2501 / 2345-2528
Total articles ≅ 89

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, Niloufar Mikaeili, Seyfollah Aghajani
Iranina Journal of Psychiatric Nursing, Volume 6, pp 75-81;

Introduction: Sexual addiction is a growing concern known as a serious disorder. The present study was conducted to determine the relationship between happiness, perceived social support and self-esteem with sexual addiction among couples in Ardabil city. Methods: The study was based on a descriptive correlational method. Its statistical population consisted of all couples ...
Fatemeh Samiee Rad,
Iranina Journal of Psychiatric Nursing, Volume 6, pp 82-88;

Introduction: Spirituality is one of the complex and multi-dimensional aspects of human experience and has empirical knowledge and behavior. Spiritual distress and crises can have an adverse effect on their physical and mental health. On the other hand, diseases caused spiritual distress for the patient and her family. The problem ...
Ahmad Mansouri, Nasibe Mansouri, Hadi Bagheri
Iranina Journal of Psychiatric Nursing, Volume 6, pp 27-34;

Introduction: Insomnia is a prevalent mental disorder in student. Therefore, the aim of present study was to investigate the mediating role of negative repetitive thoughts in the relationship between brain behavioral systems and insomnia severity in students. Methods: In this descriptive-correlational study, 210 students of Shahrood University of Technology were selected ...
, Fatemeh Sharifi Golzardi
Iranina Journal of Psychiatric Nursing, Volume 6, pp 35-47;

Introduction: Each of the schools of thought, philosophy and religion has different views on death and its treatment. One of the most common problems of cancer patients challenging with even after the end of the treatment is the anxiety of death. The purpose of this study is investigating lived experiences ...
Manijeh Firoozi, Hamed Shakouri
Iranina Journal of Psychiatric Nursing, Volume 6, pp 89-95;

Introduction: Emotional labour tend to consider manage and expression feeling at workplace. The main purpose of this study was investigate role of emotional labour and resiliency in mental health of nurses. Method: this study used a descriptive disign. According to the Morgan table, 312 nurses from Qamar Bani Hashem Hospital and ...
Hasan Sadeghi, Masoumeh Najafi, Tahereh Sarboozi Hosseinabadi
Iranina Journal of Psychiatric Nursing, Volume 6, pp 67-74;

Introduction: The purpose of present study was the study of relationship between personality traits and its dimensions with emotion expression (impulse intensity, expressiveness) of emergency nurses in Tehran hospitals. Methods: This research is descriptive and correlational. The statistical population of the study consisted of all nurses of the emergency nurses ...
Azita Amirfakhraei, Sana Rezaei,
Iranina Journal of Psychiatric Nursing, Volume 6, pp 9-17;

Introduction: In recent years, the eating disorder as a psychosocial disorder has increased dramatically and this disorder has an important role in reduction of physical and mental health. This research aimed to predicting of nursing students’ eating disorder based on alexithymia, coping styles and cognitive emotion regulation. Methods: This study was ...
, Farah Naderi
Iranina Journal of Psychiatric Nursing, Volume 6, pp 18-26;

Introduction: Mindfulness is a skill that allows people to take incidents at a disadvantage in the present. The aim of this study was to determine the effectiveness of mind-fullness based cognitive therapy on emotional cognitive regulation, resiliency and competitive anxiety in female athletes. Methods: This experimental study was a pre-test and post-test type ...
Efat Sadeghian, Mina Nezafat Dost, Lily Tapak,
Iranina Journal of Psychiatric Nursing, Volume 6, pp 48-56;

Introduction: One of the main goals of treatment in patients with mental disorders is compliance with drug therapy because non-compliance of the drug causes relapse of the disease and disrupts the treatment process. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of pharmacotherapy training on drug availability in ...
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