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Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing 2008;14(4):270-277.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4069/kjwhn.2008.14.4.270   
Comparative Study on Parenting Stress, Guilt, Parenting Attitude, and Parenting Satisfaction Between Mothers with a Hemophilic Child and a Healthy Child
Won Ok Kim, Hyun Sook Kang, Kyoul Ja Cho, Young A Song, Eun Sun Ji
1College of Nursing Science, Kyunghee University, Korea. jes2345@khu.ac.kr
2Cheju Halla College, Korea.
Abstract
PURPOSE
Although Hemophilia is a relatively rare hereditary disease, and is treatable with blood products, the parenting stress and guilt of hemophilic patients and their mothers are always high. This study was done to assess the extent of parenting stress, guilt, parenting attitude and parenting satisfaction of mothers with a hemophilic child. METHOD: The participants in this study were 119 mothers with a hemophilic child who were registered members of the Korea Hemophilia Foundation, and 287 mothers with a healthy child. In order to measure the dimensions related to parenting stress, guilt, parenting attitude and parenting satisfaction, the Questionnaire on Parenting Stress Index, Maternal Guilt Scale, Parenting Attitude Scale & Parenting Satisfaction Scale were administered. We analysed the differences between mothers with a hemophilic child and a healthy child in the questionnaire scores using the SPSS program. RESULT: Parenting stress and guilt of mothers with a hemophilic child were higher than with a healthy child. Parenting attitude and parenting satisfaction of mothers with a hemophilic child were lower than with a healthy child.
CONCLUSION
The results may help medical professionals understand mothers with a hemophilic child and give basic assistance to develop a nursing intervention by exploring possible ways to alleviate such parenting stress and guilt.
Key Words: Hemophilia; Parenting; Stress; Guilt; Attitude
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