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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

2008 Korean Journal of Adult Nursing ((구)Journal of Korean Academy of Adult Nursing)ALL

Page 685 ~ 696
제목 서울, 경인지역사회 성인여성의 과민성 장 증후군 빈도와 스트레스, 정신 건강에 관한 연구
Title Frequency of Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Perceived Stress, and Mental Health among Women
저자 박효정, 임수진
Author Park Hyo Jung, Lim Soo Jin
주요어 과민성 장 증후군, 스트레스, 정신건강
Keyword Irritable bowel syndrome, Stress, Mental health
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Purpose: This study was performed to examine the frequency of irritable bowel syndrome(IBS), perceived stress, and mental health among community-dwelling women. Methods: This study conducted a survey to collect data on 869 women in Seoul and Gyeonggi-do. The measurements included the Rome III criteria(to diagnose IBS), the Global Assessment Recent Stress(GARS scale to evaluate perceived stress), and symptom check list 90R(SCL-90R to evaluate psychological distress). Data were analyzed using SPSS 15.0 program by frequency, x2-tests, t-test, and analysis of variance(ANOVA). Results: The frequency of IBS in women was 15.1%. Eighty-six women(65.6%) had mixed constipation and diarrhea subtype of IBS. Compared to the women without IBS, those with IBS reported significantly higher scores on GARS, all subscales of GARS, SCL-90R, all subscales of SCL-90R, and the global severity index(GSI). No significant differences were observed among stress, mental health, and the IBS subtypes. Conclusion: Nursing interventions targeting women with IBS should be developed in order to reduce the associated stress and psychological distress.
Page Title Author
675~684 Cognitive Function, Depression, Social Support, and Self-Care in Elderly with Hypertension Kim Ok Soo, Jeon Hae Ok
685~696 Frequency of Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Perceived Stress, and Mental Health among Women Park Hyo Jung, Lim Soo Jin
697~706 Effects of Phytoncides Inhalation on Serum Cortisol Level and Life Stress of College Students Nam Eun Sook, Uhm Dong Choon
707~718 Concept Analysis on the Clinical Critical Thinking Ability in Nursing Shin Kyung Rim, Hwang Ji Won, Shin Su Jin
719~730 Influencing Factors on Spiritual Health in Women Cancer Patients Tae Young Sook, Kim Mi Yea
731~742 Learning Element Recognition and Academic Achievement of Nursing Student Receiving PBL with Simulation Education Kim Ji Yun, Choi Eun Young
743~755 An Analysis of Nurses' Behavior for Politeness in Cancer Patient-Centered Conversation Lee Hwa Jin
756~764 The Effects of Aromatherapy on Dysmenorrhea, Menstrual Pain, Anxiety, and Depression in Nursing Students Seo Ji-Yeong, Kim Mi-Ye
765~777 A Comparative Study on Health Status, Depression, and Quality of Life between the Elderly Living with Family and the Elderly Living Alone Kim, Kwuy Bun, Lee Yun Jung, Sok Sohyune R.
778~790 Development of Web-based Multimedia Contents for the Critical Care Practice of Nursing Students through Inter-College Collaboration So Hyang-Sook, Bae Yeong-Suk, Kim Young-Ock, Kim Su-Mi, Kang Hee-Young, Choi Ja-Yun, Yang Jin-Ju, Kim Nam-Young, Ko Eun, Hwang Seon-Young
791~803 Migrant Workers' Quality of Life Related to Health Kim Shin-Jeong, Lee Soon-Hee, Kim Sook-Young, Kim Aee-Lee, Park Hyun Tae, Lee Young-Joo
804~814 Comparison between Perception of Dementia Patients’ and Caregivers’ Assessment on Patients' Anxiety, Depression, and Quality of Life Shin Kyung-Rim, Kang Younhee, Jung Dukyoo, Jin Li Hua, Whang Suna