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여성암환자의 운동프로그램 운영 및 참여경험에 관한 사례연구

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 The Case Study of Operation and Experience of Exercise for Female Cancer Patients 
 정재연  ;  안기용  ;  박지혜  ;  이동훈  ;  나루세마사요  ;  추상희  ;  전용관 
 Journal of the Korean Society of Living Environmental System (한국생활환경학회지), Vol.18(1) : 129-139, 2011 
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 Journal of the Korean Society of Living Environmental System  (한국생활환경학회지) 
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the subjective experiences of exercise instructors and participants in a 4 weeks exercise program for female cancer patients on treatment. This case study offers important background informations for future studies of developing exercise programs for cancer patients. Cancer patients in the Y university hospital attended the health clinic offering resistance training (core exercise) and aerobic exercise (line dance). Case study, a kind of qualitative study method, was performed in order to investigate the characteristics of this health clinic program. This program could bring high satisfaction, because it was held in the hospital, nurses cared patients during the program and patients could enjoy the program together. Especially, In a reality that patients could only participate in walking, exercise instructors and peers sharing same cancer worked as an important motivation to participate in the exercise. Moreover, we could help patients get confidence to overwhelm their cancer by offering self-leading exercise program. This confidence brought not only mental, but also physical improvements. As a result, patients could realize the importance of exercise and keep on exercise by themselves after this program. Health clinic program impressed on cancer patients the importance and the effectiveness of exercise. Moreover, this program motivated inactive cancer patients to start on exercise
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1. Journal Papers (연구논문) > 3. College of Nursing (간호대학) > Dept. of Nursing (간호학과)
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추상희(Choo, Sang Hui)
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