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Group life skills training for promoting mental health in women after released from prison: A randomized pilot efficacy trial

Farzad Jalali, Seyedeh Fatemeh Hashemi
Health Care for Women International 2019 March 12, : 1-14
The aims of the researchers were to determine the effectiveness of Life Skills Training for promoting mental health in the women after released. The study design was semi-experimental with pretest, posttest, follow-up, and control group. One hundred and fifty women after released were selected by convenience sampling. They were randomly assigned to experimental group and control group. The experimental group received the life skills training, while the control group did not. The research measurement instrument comprised the General Health Questionnaire. MANCOVA models were used to test the study hypothesis. We analyzed data and thus believe that mental health increased among women.


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