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The purpose of this research study was to develop and examine the propriety of the training model for enabling registered nurses to use yoga in developing children with neurodevelopmental disorders. The samples were 186 registered nurses specializing in child and adolescent psychiatry affiliated to the Ministry of Public Health. The specification of sampling groups was a Confidence Level of 95% in accordance with the table created by Darwin Hendel. Stratified Random Sampling and proportional calculation were then employed to classify hospital type. Research instruments were 1) training needs questionnaires for the registered nurses training program which uses yoga in developing children with neurodevelopmental disorders and 2) quality evaluation forms for the training model for enabling registered nurses to use yoga in developing children with neurodevelopmental disorders. The results revealed that the training model for enabling registered nurses to use yoga in developing children with neurodevelopmental disorders was comprised of 1) Principles and Concepts 2) Objectives 3) Definitions 4) Learning Plans 5) Developmental Process 6) Qualifications and Roles of Participants and 7) Knowledge and Skill Assessment. In terms of the research application, according to the consideration of experts and participants, the application qualifies in the aspects of Utility, Feasibility, Propriety and Accuracy to
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