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Korean Journal of Adult Nursing ((구)Journal of Korean Academy of Adult Nursing)


ISSN  1225-4886 (Print)
Published since 1989
Indexed in SCOPUS, CINAHL, KoreaMed, KoMCI

1999 Korean Journal of Adult Nursing ((구)Journal of Korean Academy of Adult Nursing)ALL

Page 50 ~ 62
제목 집단회상요법이 노인의 통증, 우울, 자아존중감에 미치는 영향 -만성통증을 가진 요양원 여성노인을 대상으로 -
Title The Effect of a Group Reminiscence Therapy on Pain, Depression and Self-Esteem of the Elderly -focused on institutional elderly with chronic pain -
저자 김수영
Author Kim Sook Yeoung
주요어 통증 노인 회상요법 우울 자아존중감
Keyword Reminiscence, Pain, Depression, Self-Esteem
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In the 21st century, the number of elderly population will reach 10% of Korean's total population. As the elderly population are increasing, the anticipation of the elderly with chronic health problem are also increased. They feel social isolation, alienation because of pain, and psychological flinching such as depression, but they can not appropriately their chronic pain. Therefore, this study is an attempt to expose a group reminiscence therapy effect to decrease pain and depression, increasing self-esteem of the elderly as effective therapeutic nursing intervention. This study is conducted for 5 weeks from July 28 to August 31, 1997. The Subjects of this study consisted of 33 the elderly women having chronic pain. 17 of 33 residents S nursing home were control group in C city. 16 of 33 resident E nursing home were experimental group in M city. The study design was a nonequivalent control group with a pretest-posttest design. As for the tool for this study, Visual Analogue Scale and Discriptive rating Scale were used to measure the pain, Zung's Depression Status Inventory(DSI) which was translated by Yang Sook Ha was used to measure the depression, and self-esteem scale which was translated by Byung Jae Jeon was used to measure self-esteem. As for the process of the study, demographic variables, pain, depression, self-esteem were tested with both the experimental and control group prior to the group reminiscence. The experimental group was divided into 3 subgroup and a total of 4 session of the group reminiscence therapy was performed to the experimental group for an hour at a time once a week from the first to the fourth week. Analysis of this study was computerized by using SPSS/PC, and the homogeneity which may be affected by various variables was verified with Chi-square and t-test, the reliability of the tools with Cronbach's α, the comparison of pre and post-test with t-test in the Pain, Depression, and Self-Esteem among the experimental group and control group. The Pearson Corelation Coefficient was for analysis the relation of the Pain, Depression and Self-esteem. The results of the study can be summarized as follows : 1. The first hypothesis, the degree of pain will be decreased on the experimental group which performed group reminiscence therapy than that of control group, was supported. VAS(t=-2.35, p=.025), DRS(t=-2.11, p=0.43). 2. The second hypothesis, the degree of depression status of the experimental group which has performed group reminiscence therapy will be reduced than control group was supported(t=-2.53, p=.017). 3. The third hypothesis, self-esteem of the experimental group which has performed group reminiscence therapy will be increased than that of control group was not supported(t=1.34, p=.191). 4. The fourth hypothesis, the correlation with pain, depression, self-esteem was to appeared highly. The significance of this study through the above results shows that the Group Reminiscence Therapy is an effective nursing intervention for the elderly with chronic pain and depression.
Page Title Author
5~11 A Phenomenological Study on Hardiness of Patients with Chronic Disease Ko Keum Ja
12~22 Oxygen Desaturation following the Use of Midazolam and Fentanyl during Spinal Anesthesia Im Eun Joo, Jun Seong Sook
23~38 Standardization and Validity Study of Korean Nomenclature of NIC Park Hyeoun Ae, Kim Hea Sook, Cho In Sook, Choi Young Hee, Park Hyoun Kyoung, Kim Jeong Eun, Lee Hyang Yeon
39~49 A Study on Needlestick Injuries in Nurses and Doctors Youn Sook Young, Kim Myung Hee
50~62 The Effect of a Group Reminiscence Therapy on Pain, Depression and Self-Esteem of the Elderly -focused on institutional elderly with chronic pain - Kim Sook Yeoung
63~72 The Relationships between Role Conflict, Family Support and Quality of Life in Patients with Arthritis Hur Hea Kung
73~86 Relationship of Hopelessness and Spiritual-Need of Cancer Patients Han Young In, Sohn Sue-Kyung
87~95 The Related Factors of Self-Efficacy in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis kim Inja, Suh Moon Ja
96~106 A Study on Self-Esteem and the Health Promoting Behavior of Nursing College Students Park Mi Hwa
107~118 Perceived and Discerned Powerlessness of the Elderly Residing in a Rural Community Ko Sung Hee, Lee Eun Jeong
119~134 Caregiver Burden of Families with Stroke Patients and their Needs for Support Group Intervention Song Mi Soon, Yu Su Jeong, Park Yeon Hwan
135~145 The Elderly's Notion of Death on an Island in Chonbuk Province Lee Young Hee, Ko Sung Hee
146~157 The Relationship between Job Stress and Nursing Performance of Emergency Room Nurses Park Choon Hwa, Koh Hyo Jung
158~168 The Effects of Shift Rotation Directions on Work Mistakes and Circadian Rhythms of Urinary Na, K, Cl Min Soon
169~178 Concept Analysis of Comfort Lee Sook Ja, Chang Sung Ok