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외국인 이주자 건강관련 연구 동향 - 최근 10년간(2000-2009년) 연구에 대한 고찰

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 Trends in Health-related Research on Foreign Migrants Living in Korea: Review of Published Studies during the Past 10 Years (2000-2009) 
 최지원  ;  이현경  ;  채덕희 
 Journal of Korean Society for Health Education and Promotion (보건교육·건강증진학회지), Vol.28(3) : 113-128, 2011 
Journal Title
Journal of Korean Society for Health Education and Promotion(보건교육·건강증진학회지)
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Migrants ; International marriage ; Health ; Health behavior ; Multicultural ; Research trends
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to investigate the current state and trends of health-related research on foreign migrants living in Korea. Methods: Among 85 articles identified via PubMed and RISS and additional 7 articles by ancestry search, 28 were selected for the review. Two authors independently reviewed the articles using a literature review matrix and examined together the three aspects of the studies: research methods, research topics, and research results. Results: Most of the articles were published between 2005-2009, and only 3 studies used an interdisciplinary approach. Most were exploratory and there were 4 intervention studies: three of them examined the effect of an art therapy on acculturative stress and mental health among marriage migrant women. The lack of information on informed consent, approval of institutional review board, and the validity/reliability of the translated instruments were noted. Conclusions: Research is needed to examine migrants’health behaviors, the prevalence of chronic illness among migrants, and the influence of acculturation on the use of health resources, health behaviors, and health status. Researchers should be aware of ethnic issues when they work with foreign migrants
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Lee, Hyeonkyeong(이현경) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9558-7737
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