The Resilience Quotient of Diabetic Patients in Tharae Subdistrict Health Promoting Hospital Mueang Sakon Nakhon District Sakon Nakhon Province Sakon Nakhon Province
Keywords:mental health, diabetic patients, promoting mental health program, diabetic patients’ mental health
The objective of this research was to (1) study mental health status of diabetic patients at Health Promoting Hospital in Tha Rae subdistrict, Mueang district, Sakhon Nakhon province and to (2) analyze the positive development of the diabetic patient’s mental health. This research was done in the form of surveys and interview. The sample population includes 238 diabetic patients. The research methodology includes interviews, general information questionnaire, and mental health assessment’s findings from the Department of Mental Health. The data of this mental health research findings is analyzed by utilizing quantitative research method
which includes percentage, mean and standard deviation.
The research findings revealed that the majority of research population or 54.20% falls under the group of healthier (high) mental health than average. Furthermore, the survey showed 87.00% of diabetic patients possess emotional stability, 90.40% of diabetic patients receives emotional support from others and 95% of diabetic patients can handle their daily life problems.
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