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Background and purpose: Diabetes is a common disease in Iran and around the world which is associated with veriety of costly complications Depression is one of the most important problems diabetics deals with. Nurses can have a significant role in stress management training in order to improve the life quality of these patients. This study was aimed at evaluating the effectiveness of training patients with Type II diabetes in stress management, on depression.
Materials and Methods: In this Clinical trial research 96 patients with type II diabetes were selected from patients who had refered to the Diabetes Center of Kerman in 2013, and were asked to complete the DASS21 questionnaires, considering common consent. Patients, who had depression, were randomly divided into two groups: experimental and control groups and stress management training was done. Data were collected using questionnaires (Beck = DASS), respectively. Test data covariance, repeated measures ANOVA and SPSS software version 18 were used for analysis at Significant level of p< 0.05.
Results: Mean and standard deviation of depression before intervention in control group and test group, were respectively33.37± ( 13.94) and 32.77± (13.58), and after the intervention, obtained magnitudes for mentioned parameters were respectively 31.34± (13.91) and 20.77± (10.42). Comparing to pre-intervention period, standard deviation of depression has decreased and 51.2% of the experimental group's patients were found less depressed after being trained with the stress management tour. significant different between severity of depression before and after implementation of stress management training were resulted.(p-value= 0/0001).
Conclusions: Stress management training has played an effective role in reducing depression.