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Exploring of the relationship between spiritual well-being with stress and coping strategies in the mothers of infants hospitalized in the neonatal intensive care units

Authors: Maliheh Kadivar, Naiemeh Sayedfatem, Soraya Shojaee Jeshvaghanee, Mohamadali Cheraghi, Hamid Haghani

Abstract

Background and Objective:The hospitalization of infants in the neonatal intensive care units(NICU) impact intense stress on the mothers. If this stress continuing, in addition, to endanger the health of the mother, will have a negative impact on the mother-infant attachment process. Spiritual well-being as a variable affecting the coping strategy and stress levels is important, as well as, identifying the coping strategies using by the mothers in this situation, has been explored.

Method:In this cross-sectional and correlation study, data were collected, during three months in 1392, from 191 mothers with their infants in the NICU of the teaching hospitals affiliated to Tehran University of Medical Sciences. Tools for data collection were Lazarus and Folkman's ways of coping questionnaire, Ellison and Palvtzyan spiritual well-being scale, Mills parental stress along with the demographic questionnaire. Descriptive statistics and Pearson correlation test was used to achieve the objectives of tthe coping strategies using by the mothers in this situation, has been explored.

Method:In this cross-sectional and correlation study, data were collected, during three months in 1392, from 191 mothers with their infants in the NICU of the teaching hospitals affiliated to Tehran University of Medical Sciences. Tools for data collection were Lazarus and Folkman's ways of coping questionnaire, Ellison and Palvtzyan spiritual well-being scale, Mills parental stress along with the demographic questionnaire. Descriptive statistics and Pearson correlation test was used to achieve the objectives of this study.

Results:The spiritual well-being have a positive relationship with problem-focused strategy and inverse relationship with emotion-focused strategy

Keywords:Spiritual well-being, Stress, Coping strategies, Neonatal intensive care unit