The Influence of Psychosocial Intervention on Quality of Life: An Experimental Study on People Living with AIDS
Keywords:Psychosocial Intervention, Quality of life, People living with AIDS.
AbstractPeople living with AIDS (PLWA) are facing several difficulties at personal, social, and psychological level, which lead them into an unhealthy, mentally depress, and less confident person. Previous studies suggest that building supportive and congenital environment for PLWA can be very beneficial and assist in improving their quality of life. The present study experimentally investigates the effect of psychosocial intervention on quality of life among PLWA. The authors categorised the total sample (N = 120) into two groups i.e., intervention and control group. Each group consisted 60 samples containing equal number of male and female participants. The participants filled the form before the experiment began, and they also responded after the 3 months of gap with the same structured questionnaire. In the 3 months gap, intervention group was provided psychosocial intervention to 60 male and female participants, whereas the people in the control group did not provide any intervention for the 3 months. The findings explained that psychosocial intervention did play a big part in making PLWHA lives better in boosting confidence and teaching to adopt a healthy lifestyle.
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