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Title :病名の把握・告知の体験・心理教育受講体験が統合失調症患者の知識度に及ぼす影響
Title alternative :Effects of understanding of illness and experiences of informed diagnosis and psychological education program on the knowledge of schizophrenia
Authors :榎木, 宏之
Authors alternative :Enoki, Hiroyuki
Authors affiliation :医療法人社団志誠会 平和病院, Heiwa Hospital
Issue Date :2020
Publisher :琉球医学会
Type Local :雑誌掲載論文
Type (NII) :Journal Article
ISSN :1346-888X
Abstract :In this study, we examined effects of understanding of illness and experiences of informed diagnosis and psychological education program on the knowledge of schizophrenia in schizophrenic patients. The participants included 137 schizophrenic patients comprising 62 psychiatric hospital inpatients, 44-day care outpatients, and 31 who attended rehabilitation facilities. The participants’ experiences of self-diagnosis, informed diagnosis of their disease and past participation in psychological education programs were assessed. They completed the Knowledge of Illness and Drugs Inventory (KIDI) and reported their insight of the illness. Demographic data including age, sex, duration of illness, duration of treatment and years of schooling were obtained. Furthermore, the participants completed the Rehabilitation Evaluation Hall and Baker (REHAB), a social function scale. Correlation analyses revealed a weak and negative correlation of the total KIDI score with age, duration of illness, duration of treatment, and total REHAB score. Moreover, a weak and positive correlation of the total KIDI score with year of schooling and self-diagnosis was found. In addition, the results of a hierarchical multiple regression analysis using age, sex, illness duration, duration of treatment, year of schooling, total REHAB score, psychological education, informed diagnosis, and self-diagnosis as explanatory variables and the total KIDI score as an objective variable revealed that year of schooling, total REHAB score, psychological education, and self-diagnosis had significant effects on the total KIDI score. Awareness of schizophrenia through psychological education programs may eventually increase the level of knowledge of the illness and promote an in-depth understanding of ego-alien symptoms of schizophrenia and the necessity of medication.
Rights :琉球医学会
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12001/24894
Citation :琉球医学会誌 = Ryukyu Medical Journal Vol.39 no.1-4 p.65 -72
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