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1 d AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY Patients satisfaction with mental health nursing interventions in the management of anxiety: Results of a questionnaire study. Sue Webster 1

2 Background The provision of care to individuals with mental health problems has changed dramatically over the past decade and, the role of mental health nurses has undergone radical change (Harkness & Bowen 2009); Other research by Cooper et al 2000 confirms that the nursepatient relationship is pertinent and a critical element of nursing s paradigm that is essential in delivering nursing care; Patients satisfaction is a significant indicator of the quality of care provided in a health setting. Therefore evaluation of nursing care provision is essential. 2

3 Research consistently shows The literature review highlights the gaps in evaluating the effectiveness of nursing interventions for patients with anxiety (Hunot et al. 2007); Guidelines for the treatment of anxiety disorders are available for specialised mental health care such as in general practice (Heideman et al. 2005); Hospital policies and guidelines vary from one health care setting to the next (Heideman et al 2005) 3

4 Research consistently shows (continued) The treatment of anxiety is traditionally delivered by mental health professionals, but there are many professional groups involved but, There are a number of difference between professionals one being therapeutic relationship Mental health nurses receive more training in building a therapeutic alliance essential in dealing with challenging behaviour (Shanley & Jubb-Shanley 2007) and, Mental skills that can positively influence patients mental health leading to recovery 4

5 Essentials of evidence based nursing It has been asserted that nursing theories and models of practice have a low profile within psychiatry because of nursing s relative dependency on the medical paradigm, Relationships with patients is grounded in day-to-day therapeutic experience and commonsense rather than in any established theory or empirical research Evidence-based nursing care of patients with anxiety is desirable of nursing s paradigm that is essential in delivering nursing care (Shattell 2007) 5

6 Aim: Is there a significant relationship between respondent s perceptions of nursing interventions and their perceptions of a quality of care? Explore the factors that lead to satisfaction with nurses intervention, as a meaningful indicator of patients satisfaction with these healthcare services 6

7 Method Survey of a sample of patients who underwent a period of inpatient care in two private mental health care settings to evaluate their overall experience of nursing interventions for their anxiety Design Using a validated survey instrument: a patient s satisfaction scale containing questions designed to explore patients needs, experiences and satisfaction related to anxiety intervention/management 7

8 Data collected after Ethics approval The research team added five items (*) to the Patients Satisfaction Questionnaire as the study needed to reflect specific nursing intervention for anxiety in this health care setting. Scoring was achieved with Likert-type pre-specified response alternatives on a five-point scale. N = 189 Two hundred (200) participants consented to participate in this survey with 189 (94%) questionnaires returned; the participants included male and female patients aged between years who had experienced anxiety during their admissions. 8

9 Results: Data analyses Data were analysed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS), Version 18 - descriptive statistics (frequencies, percentages, means and standard deviations) The total mean rating was 3.70 (SD.67). There were no significant differences in ratings between genders, age groups, marital status, number of admissions and duration of hospitalisations. Reliability of the 15-item questionnaire was 0.93 Cronbach s (Alpha α) Total mean score for 5 items (*) was 3.69 and SD.66 9

10 Results: (Continued) There were 88 (46.6%) males and 101 (53.4%) females. Aged ranged from 19 to 70 years Mean- 31.2% ranging from 31 to 40 years. The duration of hospitalisation varied from one week to four months with 40.2% being in hospital for three weeks. Admissions ranged from one to more than six times with 49.2% of the participants being admitted for the first time. 10

11 Table 1: Participants rating of the scale in effectiveness of nursing interventions in relieving anxiety (N=189) Mean Standard Deviation 1. I was able to manage my crisis more effectively * I was able to manage my symptoms more effectively * I have a better understanding of the role of medication in my treatment * I was able to deal more effectively with anxiety problems * I can change, recover and grow as a result of these interventions I was encouraged to ask questions about my current condition and treatment My questions about other treatment options and the role of medications were answered. 8. I was encouraged to discuss in relation to my anxiety and management strategies 9. I was given adequate information about my condition that I am currently experiencing I feel safe while in hospital as nurses were sensitive to my needs My family were given opportunity to be involved in my care Nurses are always available when I needed them Nurses responded well to my needs, concerns and questions * I felt I was able to approach and talk to nursing staff when I felt anxious Nurses encouraged me to take part in planning my discharge Total mean score

12 Table 2. Item Satisfaction Willingness to recommend hospital P value Self-reported health status Information and education Anxiety intervention <0.01 Environmental comfort <0.01 Emotional support <0.01 Respect for patient preferences Involvement of family/friends Continuity of care at discharge < < <0.01 Note. Because of differences in direction in the coding of variables, a negative correlation indicates a positive relationship. all correlations significant at p<0.001) (Spearman correlation of age, self- reported health status, and dimensions of the questionnaire with global evaluation of health care and likelihood of recommending hospital to family/friends). 12

13 Table 3. Standardised Coefficients Un-standardised Coefficients P value Age (in years( (0 to 0.004) <.02 Information and education ( to 0.002) 0.69 Anxiety intervention ( to -0.10) <0.01 Environmental comfort ( to -0.10) <0.01 Emotional support ( to ) <0.01 Respect for patient preferences ( to ) <0.01 Involvement of family/friends ( to 0) <0.01 Continuity of care at discharge ( to ) <0.01 Note: Constant =4.77 Overall evaluation of care measured on a scale where 5 = Strongly Agree, 4 = Agree, 3 = Neutral, 2 = Disagree, 1 = Strongly Disagree Spearman rho =0.65, p <

14 Table 4. Themes from patients comments N = 189 Frequency (%) Themes Access to nurses 65% Nursing intervention for anxiety 75% Emotional support 53% Use of medication 90% Involvement of plan of care 80% Understand their anxiety symptoms 95% The comments from questionnaire were analysed using content analysis and sorted into meaningful categories and eventually into themes 14

15 Discussion The study provides more meaningful information when patients were asked to report on specific aspects of their care. The results suggested that age and health status were major influences on patient satisfaction, and The most important determinants as indicated by the regression appear to be anxiety intervention, emotional support and respect for patient. 15

16 Conclusion This study provides a perspectives on - working with persons with anxiety requires in-depth theoretical and personal knowledge that is acquired only with time, understanding and experience. information can be used in the development of practice guidelines for a nursing model of intervention and management for people with anxiety, Optimally, an improved service delivery outcome. 16

17 Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the St John of God Health Care and the participants for their time and effort in completing the questionnaire. The study was published in 2012 Patients satisfaction with mental health nursing interventions in the management of anxiety: Results of a questionnaire study. S. Webster, S. Gallaher, V. Lopez, Peter Brown, J. Evans Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, Vol. 2, (2): DOI: /jnep.v2n2p52 17

18 Reference: Harkness, E. F. P. J. Bower "On-site mental health workers delivering psychological therapy and psychosocial interventions to patients in primary care: effects on the professional practice of primary care providers." Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. Cooper, L. A., Brown, C., Vu, H. T., Palenchar, D. R., Gonzales, J. J., Ford, D. E., et al Primary care patients' opinions regarding the importance of various aspects of care for depression. General Hospital Psychiatry, 22: Hunot, V., Churchill, R., Teixeira. V., Silva de Lima, M Psychological therapies for generalised anxiety disorder. The Cochrane Database of Systemic Reviews. Heideman, J., van Rijswijk, E., van Lin, N. et al Interventions to improve management of anxiety disorders in general practice: a systematic review.. Br J Gen Pract, 55(1): PMid: Shanley, E; Jubb-Shanley, M The recovery alliance theory of mental health nursing. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 14(8), Shattell, Mona M Comments, Critique, and inspiration: The Disappearance of "One-To-Ones" in acute psychiatric care. Issues in Mental Health Nursing. 28(2),

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