Departmental Bulletin Paper 高齢者における希死念慮と二次元レジリエンス要因との関連
The relationship between suicidal ideation and bi-dimensional resilience among elderly people.

備前, 由紀子  ,  佐々木, 久長  ,  BIZEN, Yukiko  ,  SASAKI, Hisanaga

24 ( 1 )  , pp.53 - 65 , 2016-03-31 , 秋田大学大学院医学系研究科保健学専攻
ISSN:18840167
NCID:AA12447617
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本研究は, 高齢者の希死念慮とレジリエンスの関連を明らかにし, 高齢者の自殺予防のあり方を検討することを目的とした.秋田県A市の60歳以上の住民954人を対象とし, 健康推進員に調査対象への調査票配布を依頼した. 回収は対象者から直接郵送法とした. 調査内容は二次元レジリエンス要因尺度, 過去(最近1ヶ月間を除く) と最近1ヶ月間のそれぞれの希死念慮の有無, 抑うつ度(K6), 情緒的サポートである.その結果, 希死念慮の有無による二次元レジリエンス要因尺度得点の比較では, 過去あり群と最近あり群のそれぞれにおいて, 「資質的レジリエンス要因」の4つの下位因子全てとその合計点, 「獲得的レジリエンス要因」の下位因子「問題解決思考」「自己理解」とその合計点で過去なし群と最近なし群が有意に高かった. 過去と最近の希死念慮の有無をクロス集計したところ, 過去あり群の60.7%が最近あり群であり, 過去なし群の99.4%が最近なし群であった. 過去に希死念慮を抱いた人は再び抱きやすく, 過去に希死念慮を抱いたことのない人は, その後も抱くことがほとんどない傾向にあった.これらの結果から, 高齢者に対してレジリエンスに注目した自殺予防対策の可能性があること, 過去に希死念慮があった人を対象に自殺予防対策を行うことが効果的であることが示唆された.
The present study sought to clarify the relationship between suicidal ideation and bi-dimensionalresilience among the elderly in order to determine effective measures for suicide prevention.A self-completed questionnaire was distributed to 945people of 60 years of age and older who lived in CityA, Akita Prefecture, by health promotion volunteers. The completed questionnaires were sent back to theresearchers by post. The questionnaire included a bi-dimensional resilience scale that inquired aboutsuicidal ideation in the past (excluding the most recent 30 days), the most recent 30 days, depression(K6scale), and emotional support.The results showed that the bi-dimensional resilience factor scores did not differ between respondentswho reported suicidal ideation and those who did not. In comparison to the respondents who did notreport suicidal ideation, those who reported suicidal ideation in the past (excluding the most recent 30days) had significantly higher scores for all four of the sub-factors of innate resilience, as well as twosub-factors of acquired resilience, attempting to solve problems and self-understanding. The same resultwas observed in the people who had reported suicidal ideation in the most recent 30 days.A cross tabulation analysis showed that 60.7% of the people who had suicide ideation in the past also hadsuicidal ideation recently; whereas 99.4% of those who had no suicidal ideation in the past had no suicidalideation in the most recent 30 days. This suggests that those who had suicidal ideation in the past couldeasily develop suicidal ideation again, while those without suicidal ideation in the past were unlikely todevelop suicidal ideation in future. This study revealed that resilience in elderly people should be givenmore attention in suicide prevention efforts and suggests that suicide prevention policies.
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