Macau Periodical Index (澳門期刊論文索引)
Author: Lau, Ying
Title: Efficacy of cognitive-behavioral therapy to prevent the perinatal depressive symptoms.
Journal Name: 澳門護理雜誌
Pub. Info: 第12卷第1期, 第48-57頁
Date: 2013.06.01
Link: N/A
Keyword: Cognitive-behavioral therapy;perinatal depressive symptom;review,
Abstrack: Pregnancy, being a unique life event with conspicuous physiological and psychological changes, can induce perinatal depression in many expectant mothers. The objective of this paper was to receive published articles on the efficacy of the cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) to prevent perinatal depression. MEDLINE, Science Direct, the British Nursing Index and Archive and the Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) were searched for English language articles from 2011 through 2013 inclusive. Ten quality primary quantitative studies were selected according to a critical framework checklist. The results of this review highlight the effectiveness of the CBT to prevent perinatal depression. The various formats were included modified version, in-home setting, tailor-made design or internet-based approach either in group or individually. Duration of the CBT was designed from 5 to 16 sessions and each session was lasting for 45 minute to 2 hours. All of them were focused on correcting the negative distorted cognitions and dysfunctional underlying beliefs that maintain depressive symptoms. A brief CBT with group approach or internet format may be considering in further recommendation. A brief is a time-limited, cost-effective, efficacious and an internet CBT could provide women with the flexibility of receiving treatment at a time and place convenient for them. Paragraph Headings: 1. Introduction 1. 1. Impact of perinatal depression 1. 2. Interventions for perinatal depression 2. Method 2. 1. Search strategies 2. 2. Inclusion and exclusion criteria 2. 3. Method of data extraction 2. 4. Critiquing framework 3. Result 3. 1. Designs of cognitive behavioral therapy 3. 2. Content and effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy 4. Discussion 4. 1. A brief cognitive behavioral therapy intervention 4. 2. An internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy 5. Conclusion Tables: 1. Identifying search term in Boolean search 2. Checklist of the critiquing framework for ten selected articles 3. Cognitive behavioral intervention and perinatal depressive symptoms(continues) 4. Content of cognitive behavioral intervention in selected ten studies Figures: 1. Flow chart of search strategies and results,
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