Learning Objective 1: The learner will be able to understand the actual situation of Japanese low back pain.
Learning Objective 2: The learner will be able to learn about educational program to prevent low back pain.
Methods: Subjects are 60 Japanese female nurses with low back pain. We were that nurses understood low back pain when it was Biopsychosocial pain syndrome, and knowledge did practice with contents of educational program more to cognitive physical posture, psychological attitude, social attitude which was a factor of low back pain. An enforcement period of the programs is two weeks. We examine an effect based on results of the inventory survey about low back pain (VAS: Visual analogue scale) and physical posture, psychological attitude, social attitude before and after enforcement. Ethical Review Board approval no. 12002.
Results: Low back pain significantly improved the meta-cognition of physical posture, psychological attitude and social attitude group than the group which they did not cognition (t=2.3, p=.022). Nurses of both groups have many a low back pain anamnesis, stress, and low back pain is heavy and is a tendency not to provide prospective care so that low back pain is heavy. The group which did not cognition posture and attitude was related to low back pain and a feeling of burden to work, and it was with the tendency that low back pain was heavy as the person who was conscious of posture when I felt a pain to a waist.
The cognition of physical posture, psychological attitude, social attitude is related to low back pain of female nurses.
It is important that nurses cognitive not only the physical posture but also psychological attitude and social attitude to improve low back pain.