EFFECTS OF NURSING CARE SKILLS GUIDELINES ON STRESS AMONG MOTHERS HAVING CHILDREN WITH CLEFT LIP AND PALATE

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Muqaddas Tasneem
Hajra Sarwar
Hina Aslam

Keywords

Cleft Lips, Cleft palate, Mothers, Nursing care skills guidelines, Stress, care provision

Abstract

Background: The mothers of a child born with Cleft Lips and Palate (CLP) are likewise impacted by the disorder. When a child is diagnosed has an impact on how well mothers can adjust and cope. It has an impact on the family's way of life, and mothers who feel responsible for their child's condition go through periods of stress, fear, and care concerns


Objective: To determine the effects of Nursing Care Skills Guidelines on Stress among mothers having children with cleft lip and cleft palate.


Methodology: Two groups quasi experimental study design was used to carry out this study. Simple random Sample of n=36 was recruited in both groups. Validated tools of stress was used to collect the data from mothers in the intervention and control group. Pre-assessment was conducted to obtain baseline scores, after that interventional guidelines for a period of 6 months were delivered only to the interventional group and on the other hand the control group was observed with routine care. After the completion of intervention during post assessment, the data was again collected from the control and interventional group and was compared to see the effect of intervention.


Results: The findings suggested that at pre assessment, there was a non-significant mean difference between the control group and intervention group t (.472) =, p value=0.638, with mean and SD (101.56 +10.188 vs. 100.31 +12.172). Furthermore, independent sample t-test statistics used to evaluate effect of nursing skills guidelines on mothers’ stress in the intervention group. After the intervention assessment showed statistically significant difference in control and interventional group scores of stress among mothers, t(9.770), p value=0.000, with mean and SD (97.83 +11.423vs. 76.67 +6.379)


Conclusion: This reflects that nursing skills guidelines have effects on stress among mothers of Cleft lip and palate children.

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