摂食障害患者に対する集団ソーシャル・スキル・トレーニングがスタッフとして参加した看護師の自己表現技術に及ぼす効果

Translated title of the contribution: Social Skills Training for the Group of Patients with Eating Disorders and its Effect on the Nursing Staff Who Participated in the Training Sessions

木下 由美子, 河合 啓介, 有村 達之, 滝口 久美恵, 片山 くみ子, 野崎 剛弘, 瀧井 正人, 久保 千春

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Objectives : Group social skills training (group SST) was used for teaching in patients with eating disorder to be more assertive. The purpose of this study is to assess the effect on the nursing staff's participation in this program. Methods : Changes in the degree of assertiveness were measured in the participant group (7 subjects who participated 3 times or more) and the non-participant group (7 subjects) by use of the Rathus Assertion Inventory and an assertiveness check sheet. The participant and non-participant groups were compared prior to participation, immediately after the final session, and 12 months after the final session. Results : Overall assertiveness significantly improved immediately after participation (p=0.01). "Nurse to nurse" and "nurse to patient" assertiveness also significantly improved at this time (p=0.03 for both). When surveyed 12 months later, the significant changes observed in the participant group had disappeared. However, in the members of the participant group who had participated at least five times, the significant changes continued (p=0.03). Conclusion : Less than five group SST sessions were effective in increasing the assertiveness scores of the nursing staff members immediately after participation, but the changes were not longstanding. In the members who participated at least five times, however, the changes continued for at least 12 months.
Original languageJapanese
Pages (from-to)777-783
Number of pages7
JournalJapanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine
Volume45
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Externally publishedYes

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摂食障害患者に対する集団ソーシャル・スキル・トレーニングがスタッフとして参加した看護師の自己表現技術に及ぼす効果. / 木下由美子; 河合啓介; 有村達之; 滝口久美恵; 片山くみ子; 野崎剛弘; 瀧井正人; 久保千春.

In: Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine, Vol. 45, No. 10, 2005, p. 777-783.

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木下由美子, 河合啓介, 有村達之, 滝口久美恵, 片山, 野崎剛弘, 瀧井正人 & 久保千春 2005, '摂食障害患者に対する集団ソーシャル・スキル・トレーニングがスタッフとして参加した看護師の自己表現技術に及ぼす効果', Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine, vol. 45, no. 10, pp. 777-783.
木下由美子 ; 河合啓介 ; 有村達之 ; 滝口久美恵 ; 片山くみ子 ; 野崎剛弘 ; 瀧井正人 ; 久保千春. / 摂食障害患者に対する集団ソーシャル・スキル・トレーニングがスタッフとして参加した看護師の自己表現技術に及ぼす効果. In: Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine. 2005 ; Vol. 45, No. 10. pp. 777-783.
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