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Analysis of structural relationships among occupational challenge, occupational participation, occupational dysfunction, depression, and health-related QOL in community dwelling elderly with physical disabilities Narumi Morohoshi 1,2 , Makoto Kyougoku 3 1Doctor Course, Graduate School of Health Science, Kibi International University 2Kitahara Rehabilitation Hospital 3Graduate School of Health Science, Kibi International University Keyword: 作業 , 抑うつ , 健康関連QOL , 地域在住高齢者 , 作業的挑戦 , Occupation , Depression , Health-related quality of life , Community dwelling elderly , Occupational challenge pp.294-303
Published Date 2019/6/15
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 This study examined the structural relationship of occupational challenges, occupational participation, occupational dysfunction, depression, and health-related QOL for 164 elderly with physical disabilities living in the community. This study examined two hypothesis models in a cross-sectional study. Hypothesis model 1 assumed that occupational challenge promotes occupational participation, reduces occupational dysfunction, and alleviates depression. Hypothesis model 2 assumed that occupational challenge promotes occupational participation, reduces occupational dysfunction, and improves health related QOL. Each hypothesis model compared the case with and without covariates. As a result, all hypothesis models were adopted without covariates. We found that occupational challenge promotes occupational participation, reduces occupational dysfunction, alleviates depression, and improves health-related quality of life. Occupational therapists will contribute to the lifestyle redesign by intervening in an occupational challenge.


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電子版ISSN 印刷版ISSN 0289-4920 日本作業療法士協会

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