Effects of Mindfulness-Based Nursing Program on Rumination and Executives Function in Major depressive disorder
Keywords:Mindfulness-Based Nursing Program, Rumination, Executives Function, Major Depressive Disorder
This present study was a 2nd phase of the research and development of the Develop and Effect of Mindfulness-Based nursing program on Rumination and Executive function in Major depressive disorder. The aimed to study the effects of Mindfulness-Based nursing program on Rumination and Executive function in Srithanya Hospital during 1st June 2022 to 31st May 2023. with a quasi-experimental research. Each group consists of 46 people. The collecting data tools were personal data, Ruminations scale and Executive functions. The data retrieved were statistical analyzed including descriptive and Repeated measured ANOVA statistical test. The result revealed that different experimental group and the control group of ruminations and executive functions It was statistically with statistical significance (p < .05). It can be concluded the Mindfulness-based nursing program for Major depressive disorder can reduce rumination and improving the executive functions effectively. It was the guideline for the appropriate treatment of rumination and executive functions patients after 1 month of treatment and 3 months of follow-up. for Major depressive disorder.
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