The effectiveness of the holistic nursing care model for enhancing quality of life among persons with epilepsy

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เฉลิมขวัญ พวงสวัสดิ์

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The Quasi experimental research aimed to study the effectiveness of the holistic nursing care model for enhancing quality of life among persons with epilepsy at King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital.  The experimental group received the holistic nursing care model in the first week and followed at the 12th week, using the holistic nursing care model, lesson plan for group discussion, handbook for enhancing quality of life. Data were collected by using a health promotion behaviors and a quality of life questionnaire. Data were analyzed by using descriptive statistic and t-test. The results revealed that the experimental group had a significant higher health promotion behaviors score and quality of life score than the control group and significant higher than pretest score. However, the frequency of seizures was not significantly different between the two groups, both before and after the experiment. 

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พวงสวัสดิ์เ. (2019). The effectiveness of the holistic nursing care model for enhancing quality of life among persons with epilepsy. Journal of Nursing Science and Health, 42(2), 96-105. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/nah/article/view/158699
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