Perspect Nurs Sci.  2020 Apr;17(1):28-39. 10.16952/pns.2020.17.1.28.

An Integrative Review of Interventions to Improve Parenting Competenciesof Unmarried Mothers Living in Residential Facilities in Korea

Affiliations
  • 1Graduate Student, College of Nursing, Seoul National University, Seoul
  • 2College of Nursing ․ The Research Institute of Nursing Science, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea

Abstract

Purpose
To understand the core elements and the effects of interventions on the improvement of parenting capabilities of unmarried mothers living in residential facilities, this study reviewed the literatures related to this concept.
Methods
Five electronic databases (KISS, KMbase, KoreaMed, NDSL, and RISS) were searched, and eight studies were ultimately selected for the integrative review.
Results
The interventions were categorized into two types: psychological intervention and sociocultural intervention. The core elements of the psychological interventions included cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and relational contents. Sociocultural aspects included raising personal skills for finding social support resources. Various studies showed the effects of intervention on efficacy, attachment, or parenting behavior.
Conclusion
Based on the results of this study, health promotion programs to improve maternal parenting competency for unmarried mothers living in residential facilities need to be developed and applied.

Keyword

Illegitimacy; Parenting; Objective attachment; Self-efficacy; Residential facilities
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