2014
DOI: 10.1590/0104-1169.3239.2426
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Efficacy of Chinese auriculotherapy for stress in nursing staff: a randomized clinical trial

Abstract: Objective this randomized single blind clinical study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of auriculotherapy with and without a protocol for reducing stress levels among nursing staff. Method a total of 175 nursing professionals with medium and high scores according to Vasconcelos' Stress Symptoms List were divided into 3 groups: Control (58), Group with protocol (58), Group with no protocol (59). They were assessed at the baseline, after 12 sessions, and at the follow-up (30 days). Results in the analysis of varia… Show more

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“…There were 12 studies that featured other non-medical intervention types. These included complementary and alternative therapies (CAT), such as Reiki [181], touch therapy [182], auriculotherapy [183][184][185], light therapy [186], mantram repetition [187], and neurolinguistic programming (NLP) [188]. Other non-medical intervention types included telephone support groups [189], sleep interventions [177], and occupational health screening and/or consultation [111,190].…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…There were 12 studies that featured other non-medical intervention types. These included complementary and alternative therapies (CAT), such as Reiki [181], touch therapy [182], auriculotherapy [183][184][185], light therapy [186], mantram repetition [187], and neurolinguistic programming (NLP) [188]. Other non-medical intervention types included telephone support groups [189], sleep interventions [177], and occupational health screening and/or consultation [111,190].…”
Section: Other Intervention Typesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[i] Clinical Health Outcomes: Self-report measures of general health were more often used and included the Short-Form Survey (SF) [67,130,133,147,168,183,186], the Symptom Checklist (SCL-90) [147,150,157], the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ) [72,100,126,146,160], the Pennebaker Inventory of Limbic Languidness [176], and the Standard Shift-work Index [177].…”
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confidence: 99%
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