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A Study on the Simplification of Questionnaire for Sasang Constitution Classification(QSCC II)

Other Title
사상체질진단검사(QSCC II) 설문지 간소화 연구
Authors
박, 지원; 왕, 명자; 김, 정아
Citation
Chiyŏk Sahoe Kanho Hakhoe chi, 14(2):334-350, 2003
Journal Title
Chiyŏk Sahoe Kanho Hakhoe chi; Journal of Korean community nursing; Journal of Korean Academy of Community Health Nursing; 지역사회간호학회지
ISSN
1225-95942288-4203
Abstract
Purpose: This descriptive study was to evaluate the clinical validity of QSCCII (Questionnaire for the Sasang Constitution Classification), whose high accuracy as a constitutional diagnostic tool has been recognized by medical professionals. The subjects of this study were 568 clients from an A university hospital in Suwon. Of the subjects, 259 were health center visitors and 292 were ambulatory clinic visitors. Data were collected using self-reported questionnaire and were analyzed by X2-test and one-way ANOVA.



The results of this study as follows:

1. In 4 types of constitution, Soeumin type was found in 41.5% of the subjects, Taeumin type in 39.2%, and Soyangin type in 19.2%, respectively. There was no Tayangin type found in this study. There were no significant differences on types of constitution by demographic characteristics such as age, sex, marital status, education, religion, and economic status. 2. As for 15 item-selective questionnaire, there were statistically significant differences on the response rate of the 12 items, except items such as A4, A11 and A14, by the types of constitution. When the subjects’ own criteria on their constitution were compared to the given constitutional criteria on each item, 4 items such as A6, A11, A13 and A14 were advisable to be excluded from the questionnaire or to be reunited to the other criteria. In the meanwhile, 3 items such as A7, A18 and A15 were desirable to be re-categorized to the other constitutional types and reconstructed to the QSCC II questionnaire. 3. In terms of 106 true-false questionnaire, there were statistically significant differences on the response rate of 46 items by the types of constitution. The 46 items include 15 items (32.6%) of the domain of ’handling something/strength and weakness’, 4 items (8.7%) of the domain of ’interpersonal relationship’, 9 items (19.6%) of the domain of ’state of mind at ordinary times’, 2 items (4.3%) of the domain of ’distinctive emotional characteristics’ area, 11 items (23.9%) of the domain of ’specific behavioral trait’ and 5 items (10.9%) of the domain of ’physical characteristics’. Therefore, the areas of ’handling something/strength and weakness’ and ’specific behavioral trait’ mainly contributed to the classification of constitutional type. 4. When the 106 true-false items were simplified to the 46 items, statistically significant differences were found on the rate of items allocated to the 3 types of constitution. The rate of selection assigned to the 3 constitutional types of the simplified 46-item questionnaire was higher than that of the original 106-item questionnaire.



Conclusions: It was concluded that the rate of selection of each lay person about his own constitutional type would be still higher even though the simplified items of QSCC II questionnaire were applied. If more replicated studies are conducted on the diverse population using the simplifying QSCC II questionnaire in the future, a more simplified standardized Sasang Constitution Questionnaire that is available to the public rather than to medical staffs in the clinical settings could be developed. Moreover, the simplified scale will help nurses deliver more efficient nursing care by providing a more rapid way of health assessment.
Keywords
체질사상체질진단검사ConstitutionQSCC(Questionnaire for the Sasang Constitution Classification)II
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