Study on the Rehabilitation Effect of Comprehensive Intervention by Stages on Alcohol Dependence and Depression Patients
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Yanhua Zhao, Yuanyuan Gui, Liqun Yang
Objective To explore the effect of comprehensive intervention in stages(CIIS) on the rehabilitation of patients with alcohol dependence and depression. Methods Fifty-five patients with alcohol dependence and depression who were hospitalized in 2 psychiatric hospitals in Qiqihar from January to December 2019 were selected as the research objects. They were divided into observation group (28) and control group (27) by random number table. The group received routine psychological care. On this basis, the observation group used staged comprehensive intervention and applied the depression self-rating scale to evaluate the two groups. Results There was no statistical difference in the depression scores of the two groups of patients before the intervention. After the intervention, the depression scores of the observation group were significantly lower than those of the control group, and the difference was statistically significant (P<0.001). Conclusion Comprehensive intervention in stages can significantly improve the depression of patients with alcohol dependence and effectively relieve negative emotions.
Alcohol dependence depression hospital-community-family intervention