Coping strategies among patients who experienced vehicular accidents and confined in the Philippine Orthopedic Center

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing


Adaptation, Psychological, Behavior and Behavior Mechanisms, Accidents, Traffic


This study utilized the descriptive non-experimental method. One hundred (100) respondents from Philippine Orthopedic Center were selected using purposive sampling technique. The instrument used was a self-made questionnaire divided into two (2) parts: socio-demographic data and 10-item statements on the different coping strategies. The statistical treatments applied were percentage distribution, mean, t-test or two-samples and f-test or ANOVA. The following conclusions were drawn: 1) Most of the respondents were male, 20-29 years old, married, Catholic and high school graduate; 2) The level of coping strategies of the patients who experienced vehicular accidents and confined in Philippine Orthopedic Center is high; 3) There were no significant differences between the coping strategies when they were grouped according to age, gender, civil status, religious affiliation and educational attainment.

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