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The Effect of Job Success Training on Affective Capital and Flow at Work in Hemophilic Patients
Mohsen Golparvar , Majid Zareiy
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  The Effect of Job Success Training on Affective Capital and Flow at Work in Hemophilic Patients
Golparvar Mohsen1*, Zareiy Majid2

1. Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Islamic Azad University, Isfahan, Khorasgan, Branch, Isfahan, Iran. 
2. PhD, Department of  Psychology, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Islamic Azad University, Isfahan ,Khorasgan Branch, Isfahan, Iran
*Correspondence: Department of Psychology, Faculty of Psychology and  Educational Sciences, Islamic Azad University, Isfahan, Khorasgan, Branch, East Jey St,  Arghavanieh Ave, Islamic Azad Ave, Isfahan, Iran.
Tel: 00983135354001                                               Email: drmgolparvar@gmail.com


Abstract:
Background & Objectives:
One of the areas where hemophilic patients need help to improve their affective health is in strengthening their affective capital and flow at work experiences. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of job success training on affective capital and flow at work of hemophilic patients.
Methods: The present study was an interventional, descriptive-analytic study. In the first phase, 20 hemophilic patients selected through random sampling were divided into the two groups of experimental and control groups (n= 10). The experimental group received job success training package in eleven 2-hour sessions. The members of both groups were asked to complete the affective capital and the flow at work experiences questionnaires before the intervention, after the intervention and in a follow up, 45 days after the intervention. Data analysis was performed using repeated measures analysis of variance and through SPSS 21.
Results: Mean age of participants was 32.4 years. There was a significant difference between experimental and control groups in affective capital and flow at work experiences in both the post-training phase and follow-up phase. This means that the job success training package was effective on the affective capital and the flow at work experiences for experimental group.
Conclusion: The job success training package can be used to improve the affective capital and flow at work of hemophilic patients and consequently the capacity of these patients.
 
Key­words: Job success package, Affective capital, Flow at work, Hemophilia patients, Training
 
Citation: Golparvar M, Zareiy M. The Effect of Job Success Training on Affective Capital and Flow at Work in Hemophilic Patients. Journal of Health Based Research 2018; 3(4): 309-322.

 
Keywords: Job success package, Affective capital, Flow at work, Hemophilia patients, Training
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Golparvar M, Zareiy M. The Effect of Job Success Training on Affective Capital and Flow at Work in Hemophilic Patients. hbrj. 2018; 3 (4) :309-322
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