Bulletin of general health research, Hiroshima University Health Service Center Volume 35
2019-03-01 発行

大学院新入生を対象としたサポートグループによる支援の試み

Ozawa, Ikumi
Ishida, Takahiro
Noguchi, Yuka
Kawasaki, Nozomi
Abe, Yuya
Ishiyama, Nanami
Takagaki, Koki
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Graduate school programs are short term, so it is important for first-year graduate students to adapt to the environment as soon as they begin their first semester. As part of peer support activities, we conducted support group activities to assist in early adaptation of new graduate students. In this paper, we examined the effect of the support group. We found that the first-year graduate students who joined the support group had reduced negative emotions (POMS shortened version) such as anxiety, fatigue, confusion, and depression. In addition, depression in students transferring from other universities was reduced and the sense of belonging to the university had increased.
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大学院生
ピアサポート
サポートグループ
graduate student
peer support
support group
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