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The Effect of Training Conflict Resolution on Quality of Life’s on Spouses of War Veterans Post Traumattic Stress Disorder
Parandeh A. *, Sirati M., Khaghanizadeh M., KarimiZarchi A. A.
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Introduction. Warfare in addition to damaged and psychosomatic problems on combatants also it put their families exposed to danger. This research performed with object for the effect of Training conflict resolution Of QOL Of Spouse’s Of War Veterans post traumatic stress disorder.
Material and Methods. This present research is a Quazi experimental study of clinical trial type that carried out on 28 war veterans spouse in Baqiyatallah hospital (a.s) and Sadr psychiatric center. They were divided into conflict resolution Group (Interventional Groups)and control groups randomly.The education program was performed for intervention group at 3 sessions in 2 hours a week.however ,no training was done for the control group. The Quality of life in both groups were determining at before,and after training to 2 stage in 6 week & 12 week after training(follow up & post test)by SF 36 questionnaire. The data were analysed by using spss with descriptive and inferential statistics.
Results. Independent t-test showed that the quality of life mean rank before training had not a significant different between the groups (p>O.O5). But after intervention he same test indicated a significant difference between two groups(p—O/OO 1 ).Paired t-test revealed that the quality of life mean rank before and afier the group intervention with
p—O!000 has a significant difference. The Friedman test showed that there was significance in total mean rank of Q.o.l in intervention group in before —after and final test(p0/0001). 

Discussion. Considering the results, it is recommened that the conflict resolution skill program should be used to promotion the health and quality of life’s individuals especially veterans family.

Keywords: Spouses war veteran’s-conflict resolution-quality of life-SF-36-posttrumatic stress disorder
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Type of Study: Orginal Research | Subject: military medcine
Received: 2007/01/20 | Published: 2006/04/15

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