Volume 29, Issue 4 (Fall (Under Published) 2021)  

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✅ The results of this study indicated that spiritual therapy can be effective in increasing the resilience of patients undergoing hemodialysis.



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✅ The Persian version of the questionnaire to assess exercise self-efficacy during pregnancy has good validity and reliability and can measure exercise self-efficacy during pregnancy.



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✅ Months after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, the rate of negative emotional reactions (including fear, anxiety, anger, and sadness) is high in nursing students. There was a positive correlation between emotion-based coping strategies and emotional reactions. Therefore, particular emphasis should be placed on providing psychological support to nursing students as well as teaching coping strategies.



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✅ In general, based on our findings, it seems that concurrent training improves sexual function in postmenopausal women by increasing serum testosterone levels.



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✅ The results of this research are in line with the WHO definition of palliative care in pediatric, which refers to the active total care of the child's body, mind and spirit, and family support. The results of this research are used to improve the care of infants and families at the end of life and death for officials and nurses of NICU.



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✅ Dialectical behavioral therapy techniques and aromatherapy are effective interventions to reduce depression and increase maternal competence. They can be used for pregnant women with insecure attachment to their husbands in health centers.



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✅ Psychiatric counseling increased self-esteem and prevented a decline in health-promoting behaviors. Therefore, this method can be used in educational programs and nursing care for patients with mental disorders.



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✅ In general, based on our findings, it seems that concurrent training improves sexual function in postmenopausal women by increasing serum testosterone levels.




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