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Poster Display session 3

1152 - The Effect of the Short-term and Long-term Compassion Fatigue Resiliency Program on the Quality of Life, Perceived Stress and Psychological Resilience of Oncology-Hematology Nurses

Date

30 Sep 2019

Session

Poster Display session 3

Presenters

Tugba Pehlivan

Citation

Annals of Oncology (2019) 30 (suppl_5): v846-v850. 10.1093/annonc/mdz277

Authors

T. Pehlivan1, P. Güner2

Author affiliations

  • 1 Educator Nurse, Koc University Hospital (Koç Üniversitesi Hastanesi), 34010 - Istanbul/TR
  • 2 School Of Nursing, Koc University, Istanbul/TR

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Abstract 1152

Background

This study was carried out as randomized-controlled, longitudinal interventional to determine whether there was a difference between the mean scores of compassion fatigue (CF), burnout (BO), compassion satisfaction (CS), perceived stress (PS) and psychological resilience (PR) after applying the short-term and long-term ‘Compassion Fatigue Resiliency Program’ for nurses working in the field of oncology-hematology.

Methods

The sample of the study consisted of oncology-hematology nurses working in two private hospitals, one university hospital. Hospitals were randomly assigned to experiment I (n:34), experiment II (n: 49) and control groups (n: 42). Short-term (two days, five hours per day) program implemented to experiment I, long-term (five weeks, 2 hours a week) program implemented to experiment II and no any intervention implemented to control group. Measurements were made pre-intervention, post-intervention, third month, sixth month and first year. The data were collected by personal information form, professional quality of life scale-IV, PS scale, and PR scale for adults. SPSS 24 package program was used to analyze the data of the study. Primary research hypotheses were tested with multilevel models (MLM).

Results

There was no statistically significant difference between the mean scores of CF, BO, PS and PR of the nurses in the short-term, long-term and control groups. The mean compassion satisfaction score of the nurses in the short-term and long-term education group was statistically significantly higher than in the control group. The mean CS scores of the nurses in both the short and long-term education groups were statistically significantly higher in the sixth month and first year follow-up measurements than in the pre-intervention period.

Conclusions

In this study, considering the effects of long-term and short-term education on CF, BO, CS, perceived stress and PR of nurses, it can be said that these two educations have the same effect on CS. It is the first study with randomized-controlled method, including the follow-up of up to a year. Doing new studies that are revealing the effect of this education can be suggested.

Clinical trial identification

Editorial acknowledgement

Legal entity responsible for the study

Tuğba Pehlivan.

Funding

Has not received any funding.

Disclosure

All authors have declared no conflicts of interest.

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