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J Occup Health year 2004 volume 46 number 6 page 497 - 499
Classification Short Communication
Title Effects of a Structured Stress Management Program on Psychological and Physiological Indicators among Marine Hazard Rescues
Author Kimika KAMIYAMA1, Nobuo YAMAMI1, Keiko SATO1, Miki AOYAGI2, Minako KYOYA3, Eriko MIZUNO4, Michiru UEMURA5, Yuko KAWAMOTO1, Mina OKUDA1, Seiichiro TOGAWA1, Masaharu SHIBAYAMA6, Takashi HOSAKA7 and Yoshihiro MANO1
Organization 1Department of Occupational Health Education, Hyperbaric Medical Center, Graduate School of Allied Health Sciences Tokyo Medical and Dental University, 2Department of Community Health Nursing, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, 3Course of Community Health Nursing, The Japanese Red Cross Musashino Junior College of Nursing, 4Department of Mental Health Nursing, Nagano College of Nursing, 5Department of Gerontological Nursing, Fukuoka Prefectural University, 6Department of Human Relations, Department of Humanities, Komazawa Women's University and 7Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, Tokai University School of Medicine, Japan
Keywords Mental health, Stress, Relaxation training, Rescue, NK cell activity
Correspondence K. KAMIYAMA, Department of Occupational Health Education, Hyperbaric Medical Center, Graduate School of Allied Health Sciences Tokyo Medical and Dental University, 1-5-45 Yoshima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8510, Japan (e-mail: kimika.ns@tmd.ac.jp)
Abstract No abstract available