Effect of Positive Psychological Intervention on Mental Health of Relative Caregivers of Stroke Patients
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Objective: To discuss the application value of positive psychological intervention on resilience and self-efficacy of relatives caregivers of stroke patients. Methods: 84 caregivers of relatives of stroke patients in our hospital from July 2017 to August 2018 were randomly selected as the research subjects. The treatment was retrospectively analyzed. The caregivers who used focused solution training were set as the control group, and the caregivers who used problem solving training were set as the experimental group. The number of samples in each group was 42, and their resilience to rescue was analyzed. The level and self-efficacy were compared and analyzed. Result: Ten weeks after different ways of nursing, the psychological elasticity score of the experimental group was much better than that of the control group, and the data between the two groups was statistically significant (P < 0.05); the self-efficacy score of the experimental group was much higher than that of the control group, and the data between the two groups was statistically significant (P < 0.05). CONCLUSION: Compared with the traditional intervention methods, positive psychological intervention can effectively and continuously improve the psychological resilience (overall) and self-efficacy level of caregivers of stroke patients.
Positive Psychology, Relatives, Self-efficacy, Psychological Elasticity, Role