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著作: Setou Noriko/[福森 崇貴]/Nakao Kazuhisa/Maeda Masaharu/Factors related to the fatigue of relief workers in areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake: survey results 2.5 years after the disaster./[BioPsychoSocial Medicine]

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  1. (英) Setou Noriko
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  2. 福森 崇貴([徳島大学.大学院社会産業理工学研究部.社会総合科学域.人間科学系.心理学分野]/[徳島大学.総合科学部.社会総合科学科.心身健康コース])
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(英) Factors related to the fatigue of relief workers in areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake: survey results 2.5 years after the disaster.

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(英) After the Great East Japan Earthquake (March 11, 2011), the fatigue of relief workers became a major problem in affected areas. In the present study, we conducted a questionnaire survey 2.5 years post-disaster identifying factors related to the fatigue of relief workers. This survey was cross-sectional and participants ( = 119) were relief workers living in affected areas. We used a self-administered questionnaire which included participants' current problems, sources of strong feeling of loss, psychological distress and compassion fatigue. Based on answers (Yes/No) to the fatigue item, we created 2 groups; a Fatigue-group and a Non-fatigue group. We employed bivariate analysis on items with significant differences between the two groups and entered them into a multivariable logistic regression model. Fifty-seven (48%) reported that they were "very tired" and were assigned to the Fatigue group. The total score of the 6-item Kessler Psychological Distress Scale (K6) and each subscale score (burnout, secondary trauma, and compassion satisfaction) of the Professional Quality of Life measure (Pro-QOL) in the Fatigue group were significantly higher than those in the Non-fatigue group. There were significant differences between the two groups for 11 items relating to current problems and sources of strong feelings of loss, and the following items were extracted as factors related to the fatigue of relief workers: loss of trust in others (adjusted OR, 10.03: 95%CI, 2.30-43.79), no confidence to continue work (adjusted OR, 6.27: 95%CI, 1.72-22.83), loss of important person(s) (adjusted OR, 5.58: 95%CI, 2.05-15.19), and sleep disturbance (adjusted OR, 5.14: 95%CI, 1.93-13.67). Many relief workers who reported fatigue had experienced various losses and current problems. Adequate consideration and care systems for local relief workers with fatigue should be given for a long-period after a disaster and it is important for the workers themselves to continue accepting support from others and maintaining self-care habits.

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誌名 必須 BioPsychoSocial Medicine([社団法人 日本心身医学会])
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Title: BioPsychoSocial medicine
Title(ISO): Biopsychosoc Med
Publisher: BioMed Central
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  1. (英) Article.ELocationID: 10.1186/s13030-018-0133-0

  2. (英) Article.PublicationTypeList.PublicationType: Journal Article

  3. (英) KeywordList.Keyword: Distress

  4. (英) KeywordList.Keyword: Fatigue

  5. (英) KeywordList.Keyword: Loss

  6. (英) KeywordList.Keyword: Relief worker

  7. (英) KeywordList.Keyword: The Great East Japan Earthquake

  8. (英) CoiStatement: This study was conducted after receiving approval from the Research Ethics Committee of Konan Women University in October 2012. All study participants wrote informed consent with each questionnaire.Not applicable.The authors declare that they have no competing interests.Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations.