The Effect of Training Program Towards Psychiatric Patient Care Skills among Health Care Providers in Thanyaburi Home for The Destitute (Men)

Authors

  • Sarinee Jindawuttipan School of Nursing, Eastern Asia University

Keywords:

care skills; health care providers; psychiatric patients

Abstract

This research was a quasi-experimental study, the pretest-posttest one group comparison design. The objective of this study was to study the effect of training programs towards psychiatric patient care skills among health care providers in Thanyaburi Home for the Destitute (Men). Thirty health care providers with psychiatric patient care were selected from a purposely population. Research instruments included: (1) the Training Program towards Psychiatric Patient Care Skills among Health Care Providers developed from Patraporn Tungpunkom and associates (2005), (2) the Demographic Data Form, and (3) the Psychiatric Caregiving Skills Scale. The Cronbach’s alpha coefficient of the Psychiatric Caregiving Skills Scale was 0.87. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, mean, standard deviation and dependent t-test. The results demonstrated that the mean score of the psychiatric patient caregiving skills among health care providers after receiving the training program towards psychiatric patient care skills was significantly higher than that before receiving the program at a level of .05 (t=1.42, df=29 p<.5). The results of this research show that Participating in caregivers' psychiatric care skills education programs can enhance the care skills of psychiatric caregivers. Therefore, health care providers should apply this program for improving caregiving skills so they can provide care effectively.

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2021-12-23

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Jindawuttipan ส. (2021). The Effect of Training Program Towards Psychiatric Patient Care Skills among Health Care Providers in Thanyaburi Home for The Destitute (Men). EAU Heritage Journal Science and Technology, 15(3), 71–83. Retrieved from https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/EAUHJSci/article/view/250739

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