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The Effect of Music on the Stress Severity among the Staff of Surgery Rooms

Author: JAMSHID ESLAMI, FAHIMEH KHORASANI BAGHINI, MOSTAFA MOAZAMFARD
Abstract: Introduction: the results of studies on the effect of music on reducing job stress sometimes are inconsistent and still not clear how the effect of music on the severity of job stresses. This study aimed to investigate the effect of music on the stress severity of the staff’s surgery room working in hospitals in Shiraz city in 2016 was carried out. Methods: This study was an intervention which 70 qualified personnel of surgery room divided into two intervention (n=35) and control group (n=35). To collect data, Spielberger Job Stress Questionnaire was used after surgery and in the intervention group before going to the surgery room, the personnel listened to music for 30 minutes, but control group did not receive any intervention. The intervention was performed five times for each nurse scrub. Results: in the experimental group, the mean stress score before the intervention was 39.28±130.82, the severity of the stress in the first innings after 48.06±120.62, the second time after stress intensity 46.60±115.17. The severity of the stress in the third turn after 45.03±110.59, for the fourth time after averaging 43.68±103.65 stress and fifth innings stress intensity after the intervention was 43.76±100.80. The changes in the experimental group are statistically significant, and the mean score of stress is significantly different with the control group. Conclusion: the present study showed that music therapy reduces the severity of stress in the surgery room personnel. So it is recommended this method used as a complementary therapy and improve to control stress.
Keyword: Music; Stress; Surgery Room Personnel; Music Therapy
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