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Title: 看護学生が日常的に個人利用可能なストレス低減ツール開発の試み②:ストレス・コーピングと解決志向アプローチの「例外」の日常的記録を中心に
Other Titles: An attempt to develop stress reduction tools for personal and daily use among nursing students (Part 2)
Authors: 三澤, 文紀
Affiliation: 総合科学教育研究センター
Source title: 福島県立医科大学看護学部紀要
Volume: 23
Start page: 9
End page: 18
Issue Date: Mar-2021
Abstract: 本研究では,看護学生が日常的に個人利用でき,ストレス低減効果を持つツールを開発し,その効果を検証した.ツールは2種類あり,1つめはストレスの心理学や認知行動療法を参考にして作られた「コーピング・リスト(CL)」であり,2つめは筆者の先の研究で解決志向アプローチをもとに開発された「ソリューション・リスト(SL)」である.本研究において看護学生は,CLを使用する群,SLを使用する群,並びに統制群の3群に無作為に振り分けられ,60日間研究に参加した.分析対象となった59名の結果,統制群を含めた全群でストレス反応尺度の低下が見られ,CL・SLのストレス低減効果が確認できなかった.ただし,CLによってストレス状況をコントロールできるという認識が高まっており,非常にストレスのかかる状況下でCL がストレス反応を低減する可能性が示唆された.本研究では,使用開始3週目以降はアクセス回数が低調で,あまり使用されなかった可能性が高い.今後に向け,利便性改善などの更なる研究の必要性が検討された.
I developed stress reduction tools which nursing students can use personally on a daily basis. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of these tools on stress reduction. The tools fell into two categories. The first was the Coping List (CL), which was made by reference to the psychology of stress and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. The second was the Solution List (SL), which was made by reference to Solution-Focused Therapy reported in my prior study. The nursing students in the present study were randomly assigned to one of the following three groups: a group which used CL, a group which used SL, and a control group. The students participated for 60 days. The results (target of analysis: n = 59) indicated that all the mean values of stress response scales in each of the groups reduced as the days went by. The effect of stress reduction by CL and SL was not confirmed. On the other hand, using CL increased a sense of control over stressful situations. There was a possibility that using CL results in reducing stress response in severely stressful situations. In this study, the number of accesses to the tools significantly decreased after the third week from the first use, suggesting a high possibility that the tools were not used much. The need of future study to enhance the convenience of these tools was discussed.
Publisher: 福島県立医科大学看護学部
language: jpn
URI: http://ir.fmu.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/1364
Full text URL: http://ir.fmu.ac.jp/dspace/bitstream/123456789/1364/1/BullFMUSchNurs_23_p9.pdf
ISSN: 1344-6975
Rights: © 2021 福島県立医科大学看護学部
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