Effect of Self-Management Training Program on improving of the mental health and Life Expectancy of Women with MS in Zarand City
The current study aimed at investigation of the impact of self-management training program on enhancing the mental well-being and life expectancy of women with breast cancer in Yazd City. The research method was quasi-experimental with pretest and post-test and control and control groups. The statistical population of the current study included all the girls and women suffering from Multiple Sclerosis (MS) covered by the MS community of Yazd City, who were a total 300 persons in 2015. By the use of simple random sampling method, 30 persons were chosen as the samples (15 in control group and 15 in control group). The data were collected through Kies and Magiard mental well-being questionnaires and the obtained results were analyzed by regression analysis and SPSS. The results showed that self-management training program enhances the life satisfaction and mental well-being of patients with MS.