The Effect Of Mindfulness-Based Training On Self-Competence Perception Of Individuals That Have Been Disabled By The Substance Competence

Background: As per the literature review, it has been observed that substance-use disorder is an increasingly important community health problem and further work is needed in this area. There is a need to prevent this rapidly spreading problem and to conduct research in this area. Since substance-use disorder is a public health problem, a multidisciplinary approach should be taken as a basis when dealing with substance-use. Objective: The aim is to identify the effect of mindfulness-based education, which is in accordance with self-efficacy theory, given to individuals who have substance abuse disorders. Hypothesis of the study H0. At the end of the mindfulness-based education, there is no difference in self-efficacy-sufficiency in the experimental group compared to the control group. 48 H1. At the end of the mindfulness-based education, self-efficacy-sufficiency is higher in the experimental group than in the control group. Method: The research was done as a test model with pretest-posttest control groups. Individuals who have been diagnosed with substance abuse in the substance abuse clinic of Turgut Özal Medical Center, and at the Substance Abuse Treatment and Education Centre of Gaziantep 25 Aralık State Hospital formed the core of this study. The research was conducted between January 2018-May 2019. 112 patients, 56 in the treatment and 56 in the control group, participated in the study. Scientific research started after ethical approval. Mindfulness therapy was applied to experimental group patients. For the data collection, the Socio-Demographic Caracteristics Questionnaire and Self-Effecacy scale were used. Finding: When the difference between pre-intervention and post-intervention self-efficacy scale sub-factors and total score averages of the patients in the experimental group was examined; It was determined that there was a significant difference between the steps of maintaining the behavior, completing the behavior, coping with obstacles and total self-efficacy scores after the intervention (p<0.05), and there was no significant difference between the pre-test and post-test measurements in the factor of starting the behavior from the self-efficacy steps. When the results of the difference between the pretest and posttest self-efficacy scale sub-factors and total score averages of the patients in the control group were examined; It was determined that there was no significant difference between the self-efficacy steps, starting the behavior, maintaining the behavior, completing the behavior, coping with the obstacles, and the self-efficacy total score averages. It was seen that the average total self-efficacy score of the patients in the treatment group was 76.50±12.62 before the intervention, and increased to 85.50±14.95 after the intervention. There is a significant difference between the average scores. Even when the treatment and control groups are compared, a significant difference was still detected between the groups (p<0.05). Result: There was no significant difference between the groups in one of the self-efficacy steps after the intervention in the experimental group, but there were significant differences between the other three factors and total score averages.

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The Effect Of Mindfulness-Based Training On Self-Competence Perception Of Individuals That Have Been Disabled By The Substance Competence
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BAYIR, Berna
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AYLAZ, Rukuye
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Mindfulness
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Nurse
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Substance Abuse Disorder
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Self-Efficacy
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Background: As per the literature review, it has been observed that substance-use disorder is an increasingly important community health problem and further work is needed in this area. There is a need to prevent this rapidly spreading problem and to conduct research in this area. Since substance-use disorder is a public health problem, a multidisciplinary approach should be taken as a basis when dealing with substance-use. Objective: The aim is to identify the effect of mindfulness-based education, which is in accordance with self-efficacy theory, given to individuals who have substance abuse disorders. Hypothesis of the study H0. At the end of the mindfulness-based education, there is no difference in self-efficacy-sufficiency in the experimental group compared to the control group. 48 H1. At the end of the mindfulness-based education, self-efficacy-sufficiency is higher in the experimental group than in the control group. Method: The research was done as a test model with pretest-posttest control groups. Individuals who have been diagnosed with substance abuse in the substance abuse clinic of Turgut Özal Medical Center, and at the Substance Abuse Treatment and Education Centre of Gaziantep 25 Aralık State Hospital formed the core of this study. The research was conducted between January 2018-May 2019. 112 patients, 56 in the treatment and 56 in the control group, participated in the study. Scientific research started after ethical approval. Mindfulness therapy was applied to experimental group patients. For the data collection, the Socio-Demographic Caracteristics Questionnaire and Self-Effecacy scale were used. Finding: When the difference between pre-intervention and post-intervention self-efficacy scale sub-factors and total score averages of the patients in the experimental group was examined; It was determined that there was a significant difference between the steps of maintaining the behavior, completing the behavior, coping with obstacles and total self-efficacy scores after the intervention (p<0.05), and there was no significant difference between the pre-test and post-test measurements in the factor of starting the behavior from the self-efficacy steps. When the results of the difference between the pretest and posttest self-efficacy scale sub-factors and total score averages of the patients in the control group were examined; It was determined that there was no significant difference between the self-efficacy steps, starting the behavior, maintaining the behavior, completing the behavior, coping with the obstacles, and the self-efficacy total score averages. It was seen that the average total self-efficacy score of the patients in the treatment group was 76.50±12.62 before the intervention, and increased to 85.50±14.95 after the intervention. There is a significant difference between the average scores. Even when the treatment and control groups are compared, a significant difference was still detected between the groups (p<0.05). Result: There was no significant difference between the groups in one of the self-efficacy steps after the intervention in the experimental group, but there were significant differences between the other three factors and total score averages.
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