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Psychosocial and clinical factors predicting resumption of work following acute myocardial infarction in Japanese men


Autor/in:

Soejima, Y.; Steptoe, A.; Nozoe, S. [u. a.]


Herausgeber/in:

k. A.


Quelle:

International Journal of Cardiology, 1999, Volume 72 (Number 1), Seite 39-47, Amsterdam: Elsevier, ISSN: 0167-5273


Jahr:

1999



Abstract:


We investigated psychosocial and clinical factors related to work resumption, delay in returning to work and level of work activity after an acute myocardial infarction in Japanese male patients. A total of 111 married male patients experiencing a first acute myocardial infarction, aged less than 66 years and in full-time employment participated.

Interviews and questionnaires were administered during hospitalization to assess potential predictors of work-related outcomes, with follow-up (81.6%) after an average of 8 months. We found that failure to return to work was predicated independently by older age (P=0. 019), an introverted personality (P=0.011) and the presence of depressive symptoms during hospitalization (P=0.031). Delay in returning to work was predicted by greater concerns about health (P=0.011), low social support (P=0.021), and a failure to recognise a link between stress, coping style and illness (P=0.001).

Resuming work at a lower activity level than before infarction was associated with older age (P=0.008), higher health concerns (P=0.012), and patients' predictions of their lower work activity (P=0.001). Clinical indices of infarction size and disease severity did not predict work-related outcomes.

We conclude that psychosocial factors are associated with work resumption in Japanese men characterised by a job-centred lifestyle, with different factors being important for different work outcomes. The psychosocial factors found to be important are similar to those identified in Western societies.


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Referenznummer:

R/ZA5330


Informationsstand: 30.10.2000

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