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Factors Promoting Resilience in Breast Cancer Survivors Michiko Sunaga 1 , Tamae Futawatari 2 1Faculty of Health Care, Takasaki University of Health and Welfare 2Graduate School of Health Sciences, Gunma University Keyword: 乳がん , がんサバイバー , レジリエンス , breast cancer , cancer survivors , resilience pp.11-20
Published Date 2014/5/25
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Abstract

 In order to specify factors that promote resilience in breast cancer survivors and obtain basic material for preparing a resilience evaluation index, data were collected by a semi-structured interview of 24 breast cancer survivors, and analyzed with reference to the method of content analysis of Krippendorff.

 Based on analysis of 305 record units, 55 contextual representations, 17 explanation concepts and 8 concepts were extracted. The following 8 beliefs were identified as factors promoting resilience in breast cancer survivors: "It is possible to choose a satisfactory treatment", "It is possible to take actions to prevent recurrence and complications", "Believing in recovery", "Having hope and aims", "It is possible to maintain my life style", "Accepting the current situation and changing my mindset", "It is possible to receive support from my family and from other patients with the same disease", and "It is possible to recognize the significance of my existence in society and play a role".

 From these findings, it was suggested that in order to promote resilience in breast cancer survivors, it is necessary to provide patients knowledge that would allow them to choose satisfactory treatment, individual information needed to prevent recurrence and complications, and support utilizing social resources to enhance the significance of self.existence and self.value. We propose to develop the subordinate concept of a resilience scale based on these results.


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電子版ISSN 2189-7565 印刷版ISSN 0914-6423 日本がん看護学会

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