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Meta-Analysis of the Effects of Nonpharmacological Interventions for Anxiety Disorder
Kim, Hyeun sil; Kim, Eun Joo;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect size of non-pharmacological intervention applied to patients with anxiety disorder and to provide information about evidence-based intervention. Twenty three studies were selected for meta-analysis through a systematic review of domestic studies. We searched journal articles published in Korea up to May, 2015 using the key words "Anxiety Disorders (MeSH)" and "Treatment or Intervention". Meta-analysis was performed using a random effects model, and the effect sizes on each of anxiety and depression were calculated. The effect size for anxiety of non-pharmacological intervention in this study was Hedges' g=1.693 (95% CI; 1.267-2.120), indicating a large effect size. The effect size for depression was Hedges's g=1.571 (95% CI; 0.481-2.661), indicating a large effect size. It is significant that this study systematically synthesized the study results for non-pharmacological intervention effects applied to patients with anxiety disorders in Korea. It also established a basis that can be applied to nursing intervention.
 Keywords
anxiety disorder;effect size;intervention;meta-analysis;non-pharmacological intervention;
 Language
Korean
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