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ID 114865
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Active motivation through interdisciplinary collaboration in occupational therapy activities for long-term hospitalized patients with mental disorders
多職種連携による作業療法活動への積極的動機付け
Author
Takigawa, Eiji Mifune Hospital
Edo, Shoko Mifune Hospital
Yamamoto, Chiho Mifune Hospital
Nanba, Kazuhiro Mifune Hospital
Matsuura, Ikuyo Mifune Hospital
Kamoi, Hironari Mifune Hospital
Omori, Miki Mifune Hospital
Kataoka, Mutsuko Mifune Hospital
Mifune, Kazushi Mifune Hospital
Keywords
interdisciplinary collaboration
psychiatric occupational therapy activities
long-term hospitalization
Global Assessment of Functioning(GAF)
motivation
Content Type
Journal Article
Description
Patients with mental health problems in long-term hospitalization have severe impairments and disabilities in their daily social life, thereby needing constant assistance. The purpose of this study was to clarify the relationships between the status of the improved duration of participation in occupational therapy activities through active motivation and interdisciplinary collaboration in enhancing mental health and severe physical functional level as evaluated by the Global Assessment of Function(GAF)score. Subjects were175hospitalized patients in psychiatric units at a Psychiatric hospital in Kagawa Prefecture. The duration of participation in the occupational therapy group activities was divided into Groups A-0‐5, B-6‐10, C-11‐15, and D-16‐20times per month. The number of the occupational therapy group activities per month was 20 times in August 2017 and 21 times in March2018, respectively. The number of classified four group participants before and after were calculated by the chi-square test with adjusted residuals. Comparing the number of participants in the four groups before and after 7 months by the active motivation, the number of participants was significantly decreased in group C but was increased in group D(χ2 = 6.82, p <.05). Findings show the number of participants was increased because of the active motivation by interdisciplinary collaboration and enhanced relations. However, the degree of GAF was not related to the duration of participation times. Moreover, it was clearly found that respect for individuality and patient’s will were critical motivational factors in effective patient participation.
Journal Title
Shikoku Acta Medica
ISSN
00373699
NCID
AN00102041
Publisher
徳島医学会
Volume
76
Issue
1-2
Start Page
99
End Page
106
Sort Key
99
Published Date
2020-04-25
EDB ID
FullText File
language
jpn
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departments
Medical Sciences