TITLE

Effectiveness of Assertiveness Group Training on Reducing Anxiety, Aggression and Burnout

AUTHOR(S)
Karimi, Sakine; Mahmoodi, Mitra; Hashemi, Ladan
PUB. DATE
May 2014
SOURCE
Journal of Applied Sciences Research;May2014, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p370
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This study aimed to survey effectiveness of assertiveness training group on reducing anxiety, aggression and burnout among health network personnels of Pasargadt town in 1392.The design of the study was experimental, and the design of pretest-posttest-with-control group kind. The population of the study health network personnels of Pasargad town consisted of 204 members and the sample included 72 personnels selected via Random sampling method that were involved in two groups: experimental and control. First pretest was completed by both groups then experiment group was trained in 8 sessions of assertiveness training group with 60 minutes, the control group did not receive any training. After duration for two month post-test was conducted for all two groups. The instruments used in this study Beck Anxiety Inventiry & Aggression Questionnaire Buss and Perry & Maslach Burnout Inventory. The research's data analysis was carried out by descriptive statistics such as mean, variance and standard deviation and inferential statistics such as Multivariate analysis of variance (Manova), independent t-test and Covariance. The result analysis with Spss-18. The obtained results of this study demonstrated that not confirmation hypotheses based on efficacy assertiveness training group on reducing anxiety, aggression and burnout among health network personnels. Efficacy of organization factors, cultural,social,personal,psychology, education reducing assertiveness health network personnel quite obvious relationship life skills some factors taught training need codification program the skills of the family culture and organizations to get, the efficacy a further education.
ACCESSION #
96978189

 

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