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THE EFFECT OF LUMBAR CARE (BASED ON BACK SCHOOL PROGRAM) ON NURSING STAFFS’ LOW BACK PAIN

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 Introduction: LOW BACK PAIN is one of the most frequent medical problems in the world and Iran. Back pain has an impact on Individual, professional, and socioeconomic levels, as it entails a serious economic burden. Different interventions can reduce the burden of the chronic LOW BACK PAIN. BACK SCHOOL Program is one of the interventions. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of LUMBAR CARE (based on BACK SCHOOL program) on nursing Staffs’ LOW BACK PAIN.Method: It was a quasi-experimental study that 64 nursing staff of Shohada Tajrish hospital participated in this study. They were selected purposefully and then randomly assigned to intervention and control group equally (32 NURSES in each group). Data about severity of pain was collected by Visual Analogue Scale (VAS). Intervention group was received LUMBAR CARE based on BACK SCHOOL program for four 45-minutes sessions during an educational workshop and training were followed by pamphlets, but control group only received routine care. Mean score of LOW BACK PAIN were measured based on VAS before and after the intervention. Analysis of data was carried out by SPSS software.Results: Findings of this study indicated there is no significant difference between mean LOW BACK PAIN scores between intervention and control groups before intervention (p=0.575). While after the intervention, significant difference was observed between mean LOW BACK PAIN scores (p<0.001) and LOW BACK PAIN in the intervention group significantly was reduced.Conclusion: The results showed that applying LUMBAR CARE based on BACK SCHOOL program, significantly decreased LOW BACK PAIN in the intervention group. It suggested that hospital administrators could use this program as a safe method in the NURSES’ education with LOW BACK PAIN.

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