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Relationship between Violence to Visiting Nurses by Service Users and Community Cooperation of Visiting Nursing Station Yukari Take 1 1Kansai Medical University Faculty of Nursing・Graduate School of Nursing Keyword: 身体的暴力 , 言葉の暴力 , セクシャルハラスメント , 訪問看護師 , 地域連携 , physical violence , verbal aggression , sexual harassment , home-visiting nurse , community cooperation pp.346-355
Published Date 2018/12/31
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Purpose: The association between the presence or absence of clients who are known to use violence against visiting nurses (VN) by the administrator of the visiting nursing station (VNST) and community cooperation is investigated.

Method: Anonymous self-administered questionnaire mail survey for VNST administrators. Survey questions included the personal attributes of VNST administrators, affiliation, the number of clients acting violently against VN, and the Identifiable Relation Rating Scale score in home care providers (community cooperation). Logistic regression analysis was performed using community cooperation as the independent variable and the presence of abusive clients as the dependent variable.

Result: A total of 805 responses were collected (response rate 27.3%). The numbers of ST having abusive clients were 240 for physical violence (29.8%), 296 for verbal abuse (36.8%), and 251 for sexual harassment (31.2%). Each type of violence was associated with personal attributes and affiliation. The percentage of verbally abusive or sexually harassing clients was higher in the ST group which scored low in community cooperation compared with other groups with a high cooperation score.

Conclusion: It was suggested that the lowness of community cooperation of VNST were related to the verbal aggression and occurrence of sexual harassment.


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電子版ISSN 2185-8888 印刷版ISSN 0287-5330 日本看護科学学会

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