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Survey the Effect of Educational Intervention Based on Precede-Proceed Model on the Stress Management of Female Students in the State High Schools in Rasht City Download PDF


Zhila Parsae Vishkasoughi1, Fariba Asgari2 *, Abdolhosein Emami Sigaroudi3, Ehsan Kazemnejad leyli4, Zinat Al-sadat Mirpour5
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Background and Purpose: Stress is one of the aspects of daily life of adolescents that can cause physical and psychological problems. Stress management may increase their ability to deal with stress. Therefore, this study aimed to determine the effect of educational intervention based on Precede-Proceed model on stress management of female students in the state high schools in Rasht City in 2016-2017. Method: The present study is an interventional randomized controlled trial (RCT). The research population consisted of 127 female high school students in second grade of Rasht City in 2016 which were selected by simple random method. Demographic questionnaire, stress management domain for HPLP II questionnaire, and reliability and validity researcher-made questionnaire based on Precede-Proceed Model were used as the research tool. Data were collected in two stages of pre-test and 45 days after intervention. Descriptive statistical tests and tests such as Kolmogorov-Smirnov, Mann-Whitney, Wilcoxon and Pearson correlation were used in the form of spss-21 software to analyze the information. Results: The results showed that there was a significant difference between the mean and the median scores of knowledge, attitude, behavior and stress management among students in the educational intervention group before the intervention, and with the control group after educational intervention. Conclusion: According to the results, and the significance of educational intervention based on the Precede-Proceed Model on stress management of students, stress management training is felt in school curriculum.
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