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Title: EFFECTIVENESS OF SLEEP HYGIENE PRACTICES ON QUALITY OF SLEEP PSORIASIS SEVERITY AND ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING AMONG PATIENTS WITH PSORIASIS AT SELECTED HOSPITAL IN CHENNAI
Researcher: Revathi R
Guide(s): Anandan S Dr
Keywords: AMONG PATIENTS WITH PSORIASIS
AT SELECTED HOSPITAL IN CHENNAI
PSORIASIS SEVERITY AND ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING
SLEEP HYGIENE PRACTICES ON QUALITY OF SLEEP
Upload Date: 30-Dec-2014
University: Sri Ramachandra University
Completed Date: 2014
Abstract: Title of the study newlineA study to assess the effectiveness of sleep hygiene practices on quality newlineof sleep, psoriasis severity and activities of daily living among patients with newlinepsoriasis at selected hospitals, Chennai. newlinePurpose newlineTo improve the sleep quality and full daytime alertness among patients newlinewith psoriasis. newlineObjectives newlineThe objectives of the study were to, newline1. evaluate the effectiveness of sleep hygiene practices on quality of newlinesleep among patients with psoriasis. newline2. determine the effectiveness of sleep hygiene practices on newlinepsoriasis severity among patients with psoriasis. newline3. assess the effectiveness of sleep hygiene practices on activities of newlinedaily living among patients with psoriasis. newline4. correlate the quality of sleep, psoriasis severity and activities of newlinedaily living. newline5. associate the selected background variables with quality of sleep, newlinepsoriasis severity and activities of daily living.To answer the research questions the hypotheses formulated were as follows: newline1. There will be a significant difference in the sleep quality among newlinepatients who practice the sleep hygiene practices than those newlinewho do not. newline2. There will be a significant difference in psoriasis severity among newlinepatients who practice the sleep hygiene practices than those newlinewho do not. newline3. There will be a significant difference in activities of daily living newlineamong patients who practice sleep hygiene practices than those newlinewho do not. newlineRelated literature were reviewed and Weidenbach s prescriptive nursing newlinepractice model was used for designing the conceptual framework.. newlineMethodology newlineThe research design adopted for this study was randomized controlled newlinetrial with the components of manipulation, randomization and control. The newlinesample size was 400, with 200 in each group selected through purposive newlinesampling technique. Settings were Sri Ramachandra Hospital, Chennai. The newlineinstruments had 5 parts: Part I - Background and Clinical Variables, Part IIPittsburgh newlineSleep Quality Index (PSQI), Part III - Simplified Psoriasis Index newline(SPASI) and Part IV-Katz and Lawton s ADL scale and P
Pagination: 1-200
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/32014
Appears in Departments:College of Nursing

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