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Assessment of prayer barriers from patients' view point admitted in hospitals in Kashan , 1398
Zohreh Sadat Dr , Malika Sadat Khorshidifard * , Zahra Kamali , Masoumeh Hosseinian Dr
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Kashan University of medical sciences, Kashan, Iran , m.kh504@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Prayer is one of the main Muslim worships that has been emphasized in the Qur'an and religious texts. Anyone in their life may be hospitalized for illness and may have barriers for prayer performance in the hospital due to lack of awareness or lack of hospital facilities. The purpose of this study was to determine the barriers for prayer performance in patients admitted to educational hospitals in Kashan city
Methods: This cross-sectional study was performed on 300 patients hospitalized in different wards of hospitals in Kashan. The tool used in this study has two parts: demographic and clinical data and Prayer barriers scale. The statistical analysis was conducted by using T test, ANOVA and Pearson correlation coefficients through SPSS 16.
Results: The finding showed the mean age of the participants was 50.53± 18.95 years, 52% were male, 35.7% had secondary education, 77.7 % had urban life and 60.7% were hospitalized due to internal medicine. The overall mean scores of prayer barriers scale was 30.31± 12.12. There was a significant relationship between prayer barriers and younger age, hospitalization in surgery department, not being able to do personal affairs and to walk alone. Regarding the correlation between the scores of subscales and the total score of the Prayer barriers scale, the findings showed that the highest correlation obtained for factors related to patient's illness (r = 0.852) and the lowest correlation obtained for the hospital facilities (r = 0.214)
Conclusion: Findings showed that the score of prayer barriers was moderate and some factors including the patient's condition and hospital facilities make are barriers for prayer. Educating the patient on how to pray in the hospital and providing hospital facilities is effective in removing barriers.
Key Words: barriers, prayer performance, hospital, illness

Keywords: Key Words: barriers, prayer performance, hospital, illness
Type of Study: Research | Subject: medicine, paraclinic
Received: 2020/01/5 | Accepted: 2020/02/10
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