SAKYO Yumi

Faculty & Position:Fundamentals of Nursing/ Biobehavioral Nursing   associate professor
Contact:yumi-sakyo[at]slcn.ac.jp convert [at] to @
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Last Updated: May 22, 2019 at 05:06

Researcher Profile & Settings

Profile

    Fundamentals of Nursing

Education

  • St. Luke's College of Nursing

Qualification

  • 修士(看護学)

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Nursing / Fundamental nursing

Research Interests

    , Fundermentals of Nursing

Published Papers

  • 「気持ちのいい」ケアを教えよう!早期介入で便秘予防!温罨法で気持ちよく!気持ちのいい排便ケア
    佐居由美
    看護教育 57(5) 362-366 May 2016
  • 学生にとって学びやすい実習室を目指した取り組み 学生実習室委員会との連携および実習室助手の役割に焦点をあてて
    佐居 由美, 中溝 倫子, 宇都宮 明美, 森島 久美子, 蛭田 明子, 沢口 恵, 桑原 良子, 大原 まどか, 藤田 俊介, 聖路加国際大学看護学部実習室委員会
    聖路加国際大学紀要 2 78-82 Mar. 2016
  • 学習者の視点を活かした実習レベル目標の作成―聖路加国際大学カリキュラム2015実習レベル目標検討ワーキンググループ活動報告―
    池口佳子, 佐居由美, 長松康子, 千吉良綾子, 小林京子, 飯田真理子, 大橋明子, 永井智子, 高橋奈津子, 三森寧子, 三浦友理子, 吉田千文, 松谷美和子
    聖路加国際大学紀要 2 47-52 Mar. 2016
  • 聖路加国際大学看護学部2015年度刷新カリキュラム
    松谷 美和子, 大久保 暢子, 飯田 眞理子, 五十嵐 ゆかり, 井上 麻未, 宇都宮 明美, 大橋 久美子, 小野 若菜子, 梶井 文子, 加藤木 真史, 木戸 芳史, 倉岡 有美子, 佐居 由美, 千吉良 綾子, 鶴若 麻理, 長松 康子, 眞鍋 裕紀子, 三森 寧子, 山田 雅子, 高橋 昌子, 聖路加国際大学看護学部カリキュラム2015委員会
    聖路加国際大学紀要 2 88-93 Mar. 2016
  • 気持ちよさをもたらす看護ケア理論の開発に向けて
    縄 秀志, 矢野 理香, 大橋 久美子, 樋勝 彩子, 佐居 由美
    日本看護技術学会学術集会講演抄録集 14回 47-47 Oct. 2015
  • 看護職が行うバイタルサイン測定の実態 2012年と2001年調査の比較をふまえた考察
    伊東 美奈子, 菱沼 典子, 大久保 暢子, 加藤木 真史, 佐居 由美, 大橋 久美子, 蜂ヶ崎 令子
    聖路加看護学会誌 19(1) 27-35 Jul. 2015
    目的:バイタルサインの測定方法や測定値の判断、測定後のケアについて、2001年の調査(以下、前回調査)結果と比較し、変化や課題を考察する。方法:筆者らが講師を務めた研修会・講習会に参加した看護職を対象に質問紙調査を行った。質問紙は前回調査の質問項目をもとに現在実施している(看護教員の場合は教えている)看護技術の内容やその根拠をたずねる46項目で構成され、そのうち8項目がバイタルサインの測定方法や測定値の判断、測定後のケアに関するものであった。データ収集は2012年に行い、記述統計、職種や経験年数でのクロス統計を行い、比較データのある項目は前回調査の結果と対照させた。結果・考察:476人に配布し、458部を回収(回収率96.2%)、有効回答部数は374(有効回答率81.7%)であった。測定方法の変化として、脈拍を測定する際に電子血圧計やパルスオキシメーター等の機器を利用する看護職が前回調査より増える等、従来の目や手など看護者自身の身体を道具に五感を発揮しながら患者の状態を把握する方法から、電子機器を介在させて把握する方法に変化していること、また電子機器の利用に伴いとくに勤務年数が浅い層でバイタルサインの測定にかける時間が減少していることが推測された。臨床では積極的に機器を用い、時間をかけない方法が、教育現場では極力機器を用いず、時間をかけて測定する方法が採用され、臨床における実践と、養成課程における教授内容に乖離があった。測定値の判断については、9割弱の看護職が患者の個別性や実際に表れている症状ではなく、機器に示された数値を基準に状態を判断していた。体温測定後のケアについては、前回調査以降、うつ熱を除く発熱時の解熱目的のクーリングが無効であることが明らかにされているが、看護職の8割弱は依然行っており、根拠が不明確なまま患者に提供されていることが分かった。(著者抄録)
  • 気持ちよさをもたらす看護ケア理論の開発に向けて
    縄秀志, 矢野理恵, 佐居由美, 大橋久美子, 樋勝彩子
    日本看護技術学会誌 14(1) 24-26 Apr. 2015
  • Development of Nursing Care Theory to Produce "KIMOCHI-II (Good Feeling)"
    縄 秀志, 矢野 理恵, 佐居 由美
    日本看護技術学会誌 14(1) 24-26 Apr. 2015
  • The Present State and Problems of the Nursing Simulation Lab at the College of Nursing, St. Luke's International University
    佐居 由美, 植田 尚子, 眞鍋 裕紀子
    聖路加国際大学紀要 = Bulletin of St. Luke's International University 1 113-117 2015
  • An Analysis of Online Essays by Nurses
    佐居 由美, 中山 和弘
    聖路加看護大学紀要(40) 42-48 2014
  • Changes in the Ward Nurses’ Recognition of “Anraku( Comfort)” Nursing ―Comparison of Their Current Recognition with Their Perception when They Were Nursing Students―
     16(2) 10-16 Jul. 2012
    Purpose:The objective of the present study is to elucidate the changes in the ward nurses’ recognition of“ anraku(comfort)” nursing as compared to their recognition of it when they were nursing students.Method:The word “anraku (comfort)” is frequently used in nursing. Its meaning is specific to nursing and israrely used outside the context of nursing. In the present study, we interviewed nurses providing care in the generalwards in order to explain how their meaning of the word“ comfort” changed after they became clinical nurses, ascompared to their perception when they were nursing students. We maintained verbatim records of the interviewsand then analyzed the contents. I conducted the analysis with a co-researcher having clinical experience of morethan 6 years, and I have endeavored to ensure the validity of the results.Result:We obtained the cooperation of twelve ward nurses (data collection period: Feb ~ April 2011), havingan average clinical experience of 11.0 years (4~19 years). Among these, four nurses had learnt the word duringlectures, seven used it during practical training, one had heard it from the teacher, and one
  • FY2011 Curriculum Revision at St Luke’s College of Nursing
    (38) 52-57 Mar. 2012
    〔Abstract〕 This paper describes the process of developing a revised curriculum at St. Luke's College of Nursing andthe new contents. The former curriculum revised in FY 1995 had been evaluated and issues were noted.Therefore, a working group was organized and it initiated a new curriculum development in 2007. A furtherrevision was begun in April 2011. A revised curriculum FY 2011 is designed to meet the educational objectives which evolve from thephilosophy and vision of this college to prepare nurses who are not only proficient and knowledgeable inthe arts and science of nursing practice, but who are also caring well-rounded individuals. One of the maincharacteristics of this revised curriculum is to incorporate the concept of “People-Centered Care” (PCC).PCC was the outcome of the research project supported by a grant for 21st Century COE program fromthe Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Japan. PCC was incorporated into theconceptual framework of this curriculum. In the FY 2011 revised curriculum, liberal arts and the foundationsof nursing were enriched. In the clinical nursing courses the contents of nursing practice were sys
  • New Baccalaureate Nursing Graduates’ Perceptions of Required Nursing Competency: An Analysis of Interview Data from Nurses in Their First Year of Work
     16(1) 9-19 Jan. 2012
    [Purpose] The purpose of this study was to analyze new baccalaureate nursing graduates’perceptions ofrequired nursing competency and ascertain the implications thereof for baccalaureate nursing education.[Method] Qualitative data was gathered through semi-structured interviews with 17 new baccalaureate nursesworking in metropolitan hospitals. Researchers composed of faculty members and a practitioner transcribedinterview data and analyzed it using constant comparative analysis to identify clinical nursing competencies.[Findings] Seven core-categories were induced from interviews:(1) interpersonal communication,(2) self-management,(3) personal and professional development,(4) basic clinical knowledge for self-learning,(5) nursing assessmentand care delivery,(6) professional and ethical nursing practice, and(7)implementation of nursing workload.[Discussion] These seven core-categories are similar to the competencies identified in the preliminary literaturereview study. Implementation of nursing workload and self-management, however, were unique to this study. Allof the seven competencies should be taught through repeated l
  • The characteristic consultation content of the online consultant.
    Yumi Sakyo,Kazuhiro Nakayama
    Nursing Informatics 2014 - East Meets West eSMART+ - Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Nursing Informatics, Taipei, Taiwan, June 21-25, 2014 2012 [Refereed]
  • The characteristic consultation content of the online consultant.
    Yumi Sakyo,Kazuhiro Nakayama
    Nursing Informatics 2014 - East Meets West eSMART+ - Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Nursing Informatics, Taipei, Taiwan, June 21-25, 2014 2012 [Refereed]
  • The Usefulness of‘ How to Learn’ Teaching Materials for Reducing New Nursing Students’ Learning-related Difficulties 
     15(2) 9-15 Jul. 2011
    Summary :Previous research indicated that nursing students, in the introductory period of their nursing studies, facedlearning related difficulties, specifically :“insufficient understanding of course priorities”;“confusion related toinexperienced learning style for group discussion” and“ no skills for writing a report”. To reduce their difficulties,the fundamental nursing faculty gave them a detailed explanation of :(1)the purpose of each class and therelationship among classes using concept map ;(2)how to manage a group discussion and(3)how to write a report,both of which were in manual format.The aim of this research was identify the students’ usefulness of these teaching materials. Focus group interviewswere conducted ; groups consisted of nursing college students who had used these teaching materials. Theywere interviewed about difficulties in their first year at college and the collected data were analyzed by creatingcategories.The result showed that using a concept map encouraged understanding of course priorities. Also, manuals wereuseful learning materials as a resource for conducting group discussion and report writing. Educators need
  • A Review of Difficulties Encountered by New Nursing Students
     15(1) 9-16 Feb. 2011
    This study was carried out to clarify the difficulties faced by new students starting a curriculum of nursingscience offered at a nursing college. The research design utilized exploratory factor analysis. A group interviewregarding difficulties was conducted while an observer surveyed the reactions of the interviewees in accordancewith an observation guide. Analysis was conducted by categorizing the research data, deriving subcategories andcategories, and then calculating data sets to extract the degree of difficulties encountered.As a result, 5 categories of difficulties were derived, listed as follows in order from the most data gatheredto the least: “different learning style,” “new environment,” “insufficient understanding of course priorities,”“inconvenience of learning resources,” and “difference in desire and motivation to study nursing science.”These difficulties can be surmised to stem from the state of Japan’s secondary school/university education andgenerational characteristics. There is a need to develop a beginning nursing program based on those factors in thefuture.
  • A Survey on the Experience of Daily Life Activities of the Freshman of the Nursing Colleges and Universities in Japan
     15(1) 27-34 Feb. 2011
    The aim of this research was to identify the experiences of daily life activities of freshmen in nursing schools.This has implications for what and how we teach in our nursing courses.The questionnaire survey was distributed to 6,618 nursing students of 79 colleges and universities across Japan.Data were collected November 2007 to January 2008. The questionnaire queried students about their experiences ofdaily life activities as freshman nursing students. Human subjects protection protocol was strictly followed, e.g.all data were kept anonymous and confidential. The college research ethics committee approved the survey andresearch process.Collected questionnaires were 4,601 (69.5 %), and 4,597 were valid. The majority, 90 % , was female; 93 % hadbrothers or sisters (M=1.5); 39% lived with their grandparents and 48% moved from their homes to attend nursingschool. Half of the students had cared for older people (54%) and sick people (56%), and 33% of them had changedbaby's diaper. Regarding meals, 79% of them did not use the traditional tray, and half of them did not wash theirhands before eating. Regarding housework, they had
  • Clinical Competence of 19 New Nursing Graduates : A Comparison of Immediateness of Graduation and After Three Months.
     14(1) 34-42 Mar. 2010
    【Introduction】 In the backdrop of a shortening in the number of days patients are hospitalized and a sophistication in medical care, nurses will be required to exhibit a greater level of competency in putting their nursing abilities into practice. This study compares the “clinical competence” of nursing graduates immediatelyfollowing graduation and 3 months after graduation in order to derive hints for “a format for practical training in basic nursing education.”【Materials and Methods】 Subjects: 90 graduates in 2006. Method: questionnaires. To assess student “clinical competence,” two types of questionnaires were employed: “practical training items” and “6-Dimention Scale ofNursing Performance scale (Six-D Scale).” 1) “Practical training items”: nursing techniques classified into 13 categories and 100 items. The researchers created the questionnaires based on reports etc. 2) “6-Dimention Scale of Nursing Performance scale”: the researchers translated the measurement tools (6 categories and 52 items)developed by Schwirian et al.【Results】 19 out of 90 graduates provided responses twice-immediately after graduation and 3 months a
  • 眼科外来における外国人患者と 日本人患者の治療完了率
     14(1) 9-16 Mar. 2010
    眼科外来における治療完了率について2つの側面から比較を行った。まず,全外国人患者70名と,外国人患者の性・年齢群にマッチした日本人患者70名の治療完了率を比較した。その結果,外国人患者の治療完了率は12.9%であるのに対し,日本人群は42.9%と有意に高かった(P<0.000)。さらに,1)治療中断が視力や生命の危険となるもの,2)自覚症状が乏しいため治療継続が困難なもの,3)合併症のあるものという基準を満たす外国人患者8名に対して,外国語を話す看護師によるケアを行ったので,日本人看護師による通常ケアを受けた外国人患者62名と治療完了率と比較した。その結果,外国語を話す看護師のケアを受けた群の治療完了率は75%で,同基準で日本人看護師より治療継続を指導された日本人患者群の84.5%と同様に高かった。
  • Evaluation of the Integrated Nursing Practice “Team Challenge” : Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice ―Analysis of Training Records of Students―
     14(1) 17-25 Mar. 2010
    【Purpose】 In order to explore the clinical practice which bridges the gap between theory and practice of senior nursing student, comprehensive clinical practice called ‘team challenge’ was performed. The purpose of this study is to analyze the contents of study from students’ practice records, and to evaluate achievement of a practice aim.【Method】 From practice record of five seniors in A nursing college who experienced practice, 1)the contents of learning was extracted to the time series and the process of a student’s practice was analyzed from four viewpointsof the practice aim, 2)amount of technical experiences were compared at before and after the practice. This study has obtained the approval of research ethics screening committee of A college.【Result】 1)① Understanding patients:Students were depending on patients’ charts and textbooks for gathering information, then they gradually acquired those from clinical nurses and patients themselves. ② Practice to the optimal health condition of patients: Students were perceiving the necessity of participating preventively andgradually they could act in accordance with the change of patie
  • The Role of Nursing on Asbestos Health Consultation - Qualitative analysis of Consultation Records of Asbestos N・P・O.-
    長松 康子, 佐居 由美, 名取 雄司
    聖路加看護大学紀要(36) 1-8 Mar. 2010
  • Evaluation of the Integrated Nursing Practice ‘Team Challenge’ : Bridging The Gap of Theory and Practice
     13(2) 71-78 Jul. 2009
  • Anticipating Professional Nursing Practice: The improvement and The Evaluation of a Bridge Program for Graduating Students ―From The Practice by Using The Clinical Place, and The Evaluation by The Experiment―
     13(2) 63-70 Jul. 2009
    Working with a college of nursing and its general hospital training site, the authors studied the practical trainingand associated learning methods meant to assist students’ smooth transition into professional status. The trialbridge-program for prospective graduates started in 2006 and approximated clinical conditions. In 2007, the programcontents were revised to provide: 1) practice in administering medication (basics), 2) practice in multi-tasking(intermediate), and 3) practice in multi-tasking (advanced). The program was conducted in the more realisticenvironment of hospital facilities. This study evaluates both the responses to questionnaires that were distributedto students in the program in 2007, and our interviews with novice nurses who were bridge-program participants in2006 and 2007 .Five people participated in the 2007 program. Topics on the performance of basic nursing duties included nameband verification; safe medication administration, verification of IV drip rate and the remaining quantity; safe careof multiple patients; and patient assessment. As the students progressed through the program they became able torecognize work priorities, and they under
  • Evaluation and Improvement of a Web-based Learning Support Program for Nursing Student Health Volunteers and Development of a Subject used Service-Learning
     13(2) 53-62 Jul. 2009
     Purpose of this study was to provide evaluation data for the improvement of a web-based learning support programfor nursing student health volunteers collaboratively developed with students that began January 2007. Based onfindings of evaluation, we designed a subject used service-learning. Evaluation methods included: student logs,interview feedback from students who did or did not use the student site, and faculty researchers’ evaluation asthe support staff for this web-based learning support program. The study was approved by the Institution ReviewBoard at St Luke's College of Nursing (No.07-035). Participants were recruited based on their informed consent andassurance of confidentiality. Findings revealed that nine students logged 30 reports. Logs described their activities, thinking, learning, andfuture plans. The PC web-site was unfamiliar to them compared to their mobile e-mail. In addition, they felt noobligation to log their volunteer activities. Most faculty-researchers indicated a low commitment to supportingstudent volunteers because of their lack of knowledge and expertise in using the educational web-based learning andthey recognized they need to
  • The Effectiveness of CBPR in The Process of “Knowing Our Body” Project ―Focusing on The Coalition of People―
     13(2) 45-52 Jul. 2009
    The educational program for children has been developed in order to foster people to be active for their ownhealth. This project was one of St. Luke’s College of Nursing 21st Century COE Program for last 5 years. Thiswhole program aimed to the People-Centered Care. We discussed our process of developing and implementingthe educational program through the Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) methods focusing on thecoalition that shows how people get together to the common concerns. Our project had started with the core groupof faculties in the nursing college, and expanded to community people through the network. On this expandingprocess, the project could get the regular meetings, the meeting records, the mailing list, and the financial support.This organized project could have contacts with the local communities, several kindergartens, and community people.At the same time several small groups had been organized in our project to implement our program in severalcommunities, and to evaluate the program. The project members shared each role and got responsibility. Thebalance of empowerment and competence between each community and us had moved from the imb
  • The Evaluation of Health Education Picture Books for Pre-school Children
     13(2) 37-44 Jul. 2009
    Background:Though body knowledge is not common knowledge in present society, it is necessary for people tomanage health information about their body once they have been diagnosed with a disease. So it is important toconduct health education from an early age. But little is evaluated about health education materials for pre-schoolchildren. In this paper we present the evaluation of health education picture books which are made up of 7 humanbody systems.Methods:Self-reported questionnaires were distributed to 91 parents via the Internet from Nov. 2007 to Mar. 2008.We used the following variables: demographic, degree of knowledge about contents of the picture books, level ofamusement, understandability.Results:The study sample consisted ofall women, and most of them were in their 30’s. The book that was readmost frequently in the study was the book about the digestive system with 95.7% of the sample reading that book.Evaluations of the “digestive system” picture book by children were: “Know all of the contents” was 6.3%; “Veryinteresting” was 64.0%; and “Easy to understand” was 90.8%. Evaluations of the “musculoskeletal system” picturebook by chil
  • Results of Integrated Training to Narrow The Gap Between Basic Nursing Education and Nursing Practice ― From Nursing Students to Clinical Nurses ―
     13(1) 17-23 Mar. 2009
    Aim:The rising number of hospitalized patients requiring advanced specialized medical treatment, combined with ashortening admittance period, requires nurses to have increasingly advanced practical clinical skills. Current facilitiesfor basic nursing education, however, are actually increasing the content required for study, placing limits on thetime available for students’ practical training;locations offering practical training, in contrast, have increasinglylimited opportunities for nursing students to experience practical training in nursing techniques. At this college wehave introduced an integrated training course known as Team Challenge aimed at certain fourth year students andwhich aims to narrow the gap between the practical nursing capability acquired by students through three years ofnursing education courses and the practical nursing skills required for clinical nursing (the Team Challenge courserequires students to handle several patients, and in addition to practical training during regular working hours, alsoinvolves working night shifts and late working hours). In this study we examine the results from this course and shedlight on the study
  • Volunteer Activities at Hospital Wards by Nursing Students: Results and Future.
    (35) 45-51 Mar. 2009
  • A Study on “Anraku“ in Nursing from Phenomenological Ontology Perspective.
    (35) 1-7 Mar. 2009
  • Development of Educational Programs for Nursing Student at Kabul Medical University in Afghanistan : E-Learning Programs for Catheterization and Enema.
    (35) 98-101 Mar. 2009
  • 5 - 6 Year-old Children’s Knowledge of Their Body
     13(1) 1-7 Mar. 2009
    The gorl of this research project’s aim is to have people have knowledge of the body and take initiative in their own healthcare. According to our preceding research, the best time to educate about the body is just before school age, at about 5 - 6year-old. So we are developing teaching materials, in order to help children’s understanding about the body.This paper is a research report about how much 5 - 6year-old children know about the body.In order to develop suitable educational materials, we asked parents to use a question guide to ascertain the child’s knowledge of the body. We obtained 28 responses (51.0 % response rate) 14 about boys and 14 about girls. The children were from 5 years, 0 months to 6 years, 3 months;the average age of both boys and girls was 5 years, 7 months.Our results showed that most children had some knowledge. All children could point to their body parts as they were named head, face, neck, abdomen, back, hip, leg, eye, nose, ear, mouth, and cheek. All children could name neck, abdomen, hip, eye, ear and cheek when the parents asked by pointing out the parts on the child’s body. More than 90 % of the
  • Aspects of Anraku (comfort) Care Practiced by Nurses ― Groping of Anraku (comfort) Care Based on Anraku (comfort) Elements ―
     13(1) 17-23 Mar. 2009
    Introduction:The concept of anraku (meaning comfort) is recognized as an important concept in the field of nursingand having nurses provide anraku care to patients is thought to enhance patients’ quality of life during their periodof admission. The idea of anraku is an abstract one, however, and examples of nurses actually practicing such careremain undefined. Now, in this study we set out to elucidate a model for the practice of anraku care by groping ofAnraku (comfort) care based on anraku (comfort) elements.Methods:Semi-constitutive interviews were held with 31 ward nursing staff on the subject of practice of anrakucare to patients. A total of 29 elements (anraku elements) developed through previous research on“ A StructuralizedModel of Anraku in Practical Nursing” made up the framework for use with this analysis.Results:Based on the outcome of analysis of nurses’ interviews, a total of 2 to 13 (average 5.7) elements wereidentified from each interview. The most common elements were“ An absence of pain” (25 responses:86.0% ) and“ Acomfortable posture” (19 responses:66.0% ). We can category four group of Anraku (comfort) care based on anraku(com
  • Evaluation of a web-based graduate continuing nursing education program in Japan: A randomized controlled trial.
    Horiuchi S, Yaju Y, Koyo M, Sakyo Y, Nakayama K
    Nurse education today 29(2) 140-149 Feb. 2009 [Refereed]
  • User needs on Nursing Net (The Kango Net) - analyzing the total consultation page - http://www.kango-net.jp/en/index.html.
    Sakyo Y, Nakayama K, Komatsu H, Setoyama Y
    Studies in health technology and informatics 146 732-733 2009 [Refereed]
  • Evaluation of a web-based graduate continuing nursing education program in Japan:A randomized controlled trial
    Shigeko Horiuchi,Yukari Yajyu,Miki Koyo,Yumi Sakyo,Kazuhiro Nakayama
    Nurse Education Today  Aug. 2008
  • Evaluation of web-based graduate continuing nursing education program in Japan:A Randomized controlled trial
    Horiuchi, Shigeko; Yaju, Yukari; Koyo, Miki; Sakyo, Yumi; Nakayama, Kazuhiro
    Nurse Education Today  29 140-149 Aug. 2008
  • Evaluation of a web-based graduate continuing nursing education program in Japan:A randomized controlled trial
    Shigeko Horiuchi,Yukari Yajyu,Miki Koyo,Yumi Sakyo,Kazuhiro Nakayama
    Nurse Education Today  Aug. 2008
  • Anticipating professional nursing practice: Trial and evaluation of a bridge program for graduating students Part1. - Program for developing communication skills -
     12(2) 41-49 Jul. 2008
    In 2004, our university set up the Committee on Training Methods in Basic Nursing Education in collaboration with medicalinstitutions, and since then, we have investigated training methods that facilitate work adjustment for novice nurses.We created a bridge program for the transition to clinical settings with the objective of alleviating reality shock,which had been observed among newly graduated nurses. We planned, conducted and evaluated three bridgeprograms with specific focus on “communication”, “drug administration” and “multi-tasking”. The present studyfocuses on the“ communication” program.Subjects included a total of six students expected to graduate from university A in 2006 who provided consent followingan explanation of the study. Simulation was conducted by role-playing using two scenarios that were created herein,and was evaluated based on the content of post-simulation discussions among participants in addition to the responses ofstudents following the program. The results of analysis of the responses from each student are given below.Responses regarding simulation were classified into three aspects. The first aspect, “what I learnt
  • Anticipating professional nursing practice: Trial and evaluation of a bridge program for graduating students Part2. - Basic training for drug administration within the given setting -
     12(2) 50-57 Jul. 2008
    Introduction: Although safety and advanced nursing practices and skills are emphasized in recent years, there is agap between nursing skills possessed by new graduates and skills that are sought after. In this research, a trainingprogram with which nursing students can examine their own issues concerning drug administration before they areemployed was implemented and evaluated.Methods: The training program was given to students who were scheduled to graduate from University A in 2006.①A training scenario was created along with the setting of a learning target. Each student attended three mockpatients with different conditions for ninety minutes. Assistance from preceptors was available when needed. Thepreceptors checked and reviewed the implementation of the training in accordance with the scenario. In the end, thestudents, preceptors, mock patients, and observers all gathered to exchange their opinions.②Evaluations on how much the learning target was achieved and on the training program itself were provided bythe students and the preceptors.Results: The training was implemented on five students.①The students judged said they could not achieve the learning target
  • Literature review of nursing on asbestos and related diseases.
     12(2) 91-98 Jul. 2008
    The purpose of this research is to identify the area and activities of nursing on Asbestos and Mesothelioma througha literature review.First, 79 Japanese books and 28 English books were collected through Webcat, using keywords “Asbestos” and“Mesothelioma”. Secondly, articles were searched using CHINAHL, MEDLINE and Japana Centra Revuo Medicinawith key words such as “Asbestos”, “Mesothelioma”, “Nursing” and “Care”. 22 Japanese articles and 37 English articleswere collected. All books and articles were examined and 5 Japanese articles, 26 English articles, 3 Japanese booksand 1 English book were selected for the review.Articles were classified into the following: 24 articles, 4 case reports, 3 research reports and 4 books. Main topics ofthe articles were as follows: 7 occupational health nursing, 25 oncology nursing, and 3 pediatric nursing.In occupational health nursing, exposure prevention, non-smoking education, health examination, and assistance forcompensation were carried out since most of asbestos exposure is happening in industry. In oncology nursing, mentalsupport was required for the patients and families who confron
  • The evaluation of the picture books for 5-6 year-olds from the citizens.
     12(2) 73-79 Jul. 2008
    There is a need for the average citizen to have independent knowledge of health and medical matters. We considerthat the fundamental information concerning health means knowledge about the human body. During 5-year project,we have designed picture books of 7 human body systems. At the chance to teach local citizens with 5 of thesebooks, the study was conducted to evaluate our books. Samples are 35 who are between 30 and 80 years old. Abouttwo-thirds of them are between 50 and 70 years old and three-quarters of them are female. About the content ofpicture books, the questionnaire was introduced at the end of each class. About 60-80 % of samples showed that thepicture books had some parts which they didn’t know. This result pointed that the diffusion of knowledge about thehuman body is necessary for not only children but also their parents and the average citizen. We got the positiveanswer for using these books for children education.Their answers are categorized into 4 groups: “good to knowthe body”,“ suitable to children’s character” ,“ want to tell the content of books” ,“ excellence of books” . From thisstudy, we got impression that knowing t
  • Daily life experience of freshmen at a Nursing college.
     12(2) 25-32 Jul. 2008
    Purpose: Recently, focus has been put on daily life experience of nursing students and how it might support theirlearning. However, there are few studies on nursing students’daily life experience in relation to readiness for nursing.The purpose of this study was to investigate daily life experience and actual behaviors of freshmen at a nursingcollege and to discuss their characteristics and factors affecting their daily life experience.Methods: Thirty-one first year students (freshmen) responded to a 33-item questionnaire about their behaviorsin everyday life that might be relevant to nursing and then carried out one of the two practical tasks: A) “wash atowel and hang dry” or B)“ clean up the area around the desk.” Actual behaviors during the task were observed andrecorded using a guide by an investigator. Data were quantitatively and descriptively analyzed.Results: Most students (83.9% ) had one or more siblings. All students had experience of four behaviors: dishwashing,changing into nightwear, wearing a Japanese kimono and paying attention to food particles around other people’smouths. Fewer than 50% of the students had experience of two behaviors: stirring
  • Anticipating professional nursing practice: Trial and evaluation of a bridge program for graduating students Part3. - Multitasking Scenario Exercises -
     12(2) 58-64 Jul. 2008
    Introduction: To moderate the reality shock experienced by novice registered nurses, a basic education trainingprogram was developed for the purpose of preparing graduating students for professional practice. Programobjectives were to help students achieve: 1) multitasking under conditions of acute time pressure, while making selfreliant decisions and priority determinations, and deciding on the appropriateness of requesting assistance from otherpeople, and 2) at the same time performing their own appropriate nursing duties. Three scenarios were developed.Methods: Subjects were five students expected to graduate from a nursing college in 2006; they consented toparticipate in this research. The 15 minute scenarios required students to perform multiple duties simultaneouslywhile caring for six patients. Performance evaluation was with respect to appropriateness of the priority decisions,the way that assistance was requested, and execution of the nursing duties. Students provided self evaluations andpeer evaluations. The researcher assessed each student’s results during performance evaluations.Results: In the self evaluations the students expressed their distress concern
  • Knowing our body:Evaluating teaching materials developed for preschoolers.
     12巻(2号) 65-72 Jul. 2008
    Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine the usefulness of teaching materials about the human bodydeveloped for children at preschools and kindergartens.Method: The targets were 599 five to six-year-old children from 19 preschools or kindergartens, and 93 parentsand teachers. The materials consisted of seven picture-story shows, each of which explained a system of thehuman body (digestive, circulatory, respiratory, musculoskeletal, nervous, urinary, and reproductive system), and aT-shirt depicting organs. Either a teacher or a participating researcher selected which system to introduce in eachpreschool/kindergarten. Data were collected through a survey of target attributes, material type, intended purpose,extent the purpose was fulfilled, implementation time, target and participant reaction, and the impressions of thosewho presented the materials. Analysis was carried out using the statistical software SPSS 15.0J and categorization.Results: The survey collection rate was 100% and the response rate for each survey item was 30-100% . The targetsconsisted of 193 males, 278 females, and 128 whose sex is unknown. Over 80% of the parents were m
  • Stakeholders' perception of the desired Master's program for Kenya in community health nursing: areas of competency*.
    Naruse K, Tashiro J, Sakyo Y, Ichikawa W, Karani AK
    Japan journal of nursing science : JJNS 5(1) 61-67 Jun. 2008 [Refereed]
  • Stakeholders’ perception of the desired Master’s program for Kenya in community health nursing: Areas of competency
    Kazuko NARUSE,Junko TASHIRO,Yumi SAKYO,Wakako ICHIKAWA,Anna K.KARANI
    Japan Journal of Nursing Science 61-67 May 2008
  • Stakeholders’ perception of the desired Master’s program for Kenya in community health nursing: Areas of competency
    Kazuko NARUSE,Junko TASHIRO,Yumi SAKYO,Wakako ICHIKAWA,Anna K.KARANI
    Japan Journal of Nursing Science 61-67 May 2008
  • Trial of 'Shadowing-Advanced' to Aid Transition to First Clinical Practice
    (34) 70-78 Mar. 2008
  • Examining the Outcome Measure of the Program for Preschool Age Children “Knowing Our Body“
    (34) 36-45 Mar. 2008
  • Report of the International Collaboration Research Workshop : Collaborative Research for Strengthening Community Health Nursing in Developing Countries : Action and Evaluation Research
    (34) 31-35 Mar. 2008
  • The Developing Process of People-centered Care in Relay Symposium
     11(1) 116-124 Jun. 2007
    The objective of this article is to provide an overview of the St. Luke's College of Nursing 21st Century COE Program7th International Relay Symposium “Let's Learn about Our Body with Children!“ and to consider the components of peoplecenteredcare by analyzing and evaluating the process by which the symposium was conducted.The objective of the symposium was to provide methods through which five-year-old children can learn about thehuman body and to facilitate the meaningful exchange of opinions with the general public. The symposium was targetedfor five-year-old children and their parents, as well as various specialists working with five-year-olds, such as childcareprofessionals. kindergarten teachers, and nurses and school health nurses.The symposium was planned and carried out in cooperation with the general public. Each event on the program waskept to within 20 minutes, and a picture story show and song and dance were included in the program to ensure thatchildren did not lose their interest.Several things were achieved through the process of working cooperatively with the general public in order to conductthe symposium. The elements of people-centered care acquire
  • The Composition of Reality Shock Experienced by New Graduate Nurses and the Structure of Education Programs.
     11(1) 100-108 Jun. 2007
    Introduction: Newly graduated nurses experience various forms of reality shock in clinical settings, and there is anecessity for the formulation of education programs that combine basic education and continuing education in orderto facilitate rapid responses in clinical settings. Practical clinical training that takes place as part of basic educationfor nurses is related to their ability to adapt to clinical settings following graduation. The aim of this study was toclarify the composition of reality shock experienced by new nursing graduates in order to closely examine the formand structure of ideal practical training.Method: We conducted semi-structured interviews with students graduating from A. nursing college in 2005 (periodof study: October 2005-January 2006). Subject to the approval of the participants, audio recordings and transcripts ofthe interviews were created. During the interviews, answers were obtained in relation to the following seven themeswhich were decided upon based on a review of the literature: acquisition of the ability to perform basic nursingduties, dealing with personal relationships in the workplace, developing the ability to provide various ty
  • Literature Review of International Nursing Cooperation/Collaboration with Educational Relationship Focused on Human Development.
     11(1) 38-44 Jun. 2007
    The purpose of this study was to identify, through an integrative literature review, the challenges to andstrategies for international nursing collaboration/cooperation among organizations seeking to promote the educationof nurses and enhance the capacities of nursing personnel. We searched for relevant articles using CINAHL andPubMed, without time restriction. We found 31 articles with the term INTERNATIONAL and COLLABORATIONor INTERNATIONAL and COOPERATION in their titles, and NURSING in their texts. Of these, 23 articles wereconcerned with collaborations for education and human resource development. We classified these articles into twocategories focusing on their collaborative processes, outcomes, challenges and strategies.Nine articles published between 1997 and 2005 were classified in the first category: international nursingcollaboration/cooperation between organizations in two developed countries. Major contents of collaboration in thiscategory were nursing student exchange programs and human resource development for practitioners. Commonchallenges observed here were budget management, language barrier, and evaluation of collaborative programs.Internet was
  • The Developing Process of People-centered Care in Relay Symposium : The report of St. Luke's College of Nursing 21th Century COE Program 7th International Relay Symposium "Let's Learn about Our Body with Chilren!"
    Sakyo Yumi, Matsutani Miwako, Yamazaki Yoshimi, Nakayama Hisako, Okubo Nobuko, Ishimoto Akiko, Mitsumori Yasuko, Tada Atsuko, Indo Keiko, Setoyama Yoko, Muramatsu Junko, Oyama Atsuko, Iwanabe Kyoko, Mori Akiko, Arimori Naoko, Imai Toshiko, Hara Mizue, Hishinuma Michiko
    Journal of St. Luke's Society of Nursing Research 11(1) 116-124 Jun. 2007
    The objective of this article is to provide an overview of the St. Luke's College of Nursing 21st Century COE Program 7th International Relay Symposium "Let's Learn about Our Body with Children!" and to consider the components of people-centered care by analyzing and evaluating the process by which the symposium was conducted. The objective of the symposium was to provide methods through which five-year-old children can learn about the human body and to facilitate the meaningful exchange of opinions with the general public. The symposium was targeted for five-year-old children and their parents, as well as various specialists working with five-year-olds, such as childcare professionals, kindergarten teachers, and nurses and school health nurses. The symposium was planned and carried out in cooperation with the general public. Each event on the program was kept to within 20 minutes, and a picture story show and song and dance were included in the program to ensure that children did not lose their interest. Several things were achieved through the process of working cooperatively with the general public in order to conduct the symposium. The elements of people-centered care acquired through past COE activities were confirmed. The staff members experienced the process of "drawing out and exposing (ascertaining them from each other) hidden needs within the community, and shifting activities towards cooperative efforts with specialists and further developing those activities". In addition, a new important element in such activities, "ascertaining things from each other", was uncovered. The symposium also allowed us to shift the focus of cooperation with the general public, something that we had initially been searching for ways of achieving effectively, towards vibrant and energetic cooperation with the community. Moreover, it was confirmed that the process of cooperation with the general public has continued to develop, moving towards symposiums whereby the community and specialistswork together in search of further progress in their activities. Several future issues were re-identified: the status of further cooperation with the community, and concrete methods for evaluating methods by which five-year-olds can learn about the body.
  • Report of the International Collaboration Research Workshop : Collaborative Research for Strengthening Community Health Nursing in Developing Countries : Action and Evaluation Research.
    UMEDA Maki, YAMAZAKI Yoshimi, KAJII Fumiko, HORIUCHI Shigeko, HIRANO Kayoko, ATSUTA Izumi, ETO Hiromi, SAKYO Yumi, ICHIKAWA Wakako, HAYASHI Akiko, TASHIRO Junko
    Bulletin of St. Luke's College of Nursing(33) 31-38 Mar. 2007
    This workshop at St. Luke's College of Nursing in November 2005 was a part of the research study 'Strengthe ning Community Health Nursing in Developing Countries : Action and Evaluation Research.' This study is composed of five research groups implementing their own projects in five different countries, and a research team at the college. The researchers presented progress reports and discussed with each other and three advisors from the U.K. and U. S. their results and future courses of action. Two major points were addressed. One, it was acknowledged that changes in relationships among key participants and partners during the conduct of the research projects affect their course and results. Two, evaluation criteria were needed. It was suggested that during the next years each research project should develop evaluation criteria to reflect the social and cultural backgrounds of the communities involved as well as actual project activities. And, it was proposed that the college team should initiate development of a model of effective collaboration for strengthening community health nursing in developing countries as a final product of the three year research program.
  • Educational Programs Moderating the Reality Shock of Graduating Nurses Before Graduation
     11(1) 45-52 Mar. 2007
    We reviewed 16 research papers concerning educational programs to promote smooth transition of new graduatesto their roles as a registered nurse. Most of the papers were focused on orientation programs and preceptorship.There were only two papers concerning educational programs conducted by a university, and neither of theprograms was meant for degree credit. In these programs, students could work with their preceptors in the clinicalsetting for different lengths of time. From our review we identified several measures to assess students' competencyincluding critical thinking, and their grasp of concepts including role concepts and values. Additionally, we collectedthe information on assessment instruments that might be useful for development of a program to assist students'transition to the realities of being an employed registered nurse.
  • Providing Successful Nursing Care to the Foreign Patient with Glaucoma, a Case Study.
    NAGAMATSU Yasuko, SAKYO Yumi, NAGAMATSU Junichi
    Bulletin of St. Luke's College of Nursing(33) 55-59 Mar. 2007
    外国人患者の中でも,自覚症状に乏しい慢性疾患患者の治療継続は難しいといわれている。本稿では,無症状の緑内障患者において看護介入によって治療継続に成功した外国人症例について報告する。ドライアイによる不快感を主訴に他院受診した際に左緑内障を診断され,点眼薬を処方されるも,疾患・薬剤についての説明が不十分であったために点眼が中断され,緑内障が進んだ状態で受診した東南アジア出身の女性である。1)緑内障についての知識不足,2)点眼薬の副作用-の不安,3) ドライアイと緑内障の混同,4)日本人医師-の不信感が問題となった。そこで,1)緑内障の病態・予後・治療についての説明,2)点眼薬の効用と副作用の説明,緑内障, ドライアイの症状と治療についての整理,3)傾聴し,受容的な態度と希望時質問などの代弁などの看護活動を行った。その結果,疾患-の理解が高まり,不安なく治療と受診が継続され,緑内障のコントロールに成功した
  • Practice of Physical Assessment Skills by Nurses : Comparing the Frequency of Physical Examination Skills Performed by Nurses Who Took the Physical Asseessment Course and Who did not Take That Course.
    (2007) Mar. 2007
  • Evaluation of a Health Education Program for Five-year-olds “Let's Learn about Our Body: Digestive System“.
    (33) 48-54 Mar. 2007
  • Synchronizing the Essence of People-Centered Care and Experiences of Women with Wisdom and Courage : St. Luke's College of Nursing 21st Century COE Program 5th International Relay Symposium
    Eto Hiromi, Horiuchi Shigeko, Sakyo Yumi, Ichikawa Wakako, Kajii Fumiko, Yamazaki Yoshimi, Hayashi Akiko, Umeda Maki, Tashiro Junko
    Journal of St. Luke's Society of Nursing Research 10(1) 68-74 Jun. 2006
    This paper summarizes the St. Luke's College of Nursing 21st Century COE Program, 5th International Relay Symposium titled "Sharing Wisdom, Courage and Experiences : Women Supporting Each Other in Society" and serves to compare the constructive concept of People-Centered Care, with the commonality of activities shared by the symposium panelists. This relay symposium was planned and carried out by the members of two projects, "Women-Centered Care" and "Development of a Practical Model for International Collaboration that Contributes to Everyone's Health", both of which are part of the research project, "Nursing for People-Centered Initiatives in Health Care and Health Promotion". Four symposium panelists presented their experience. They spoke about difficult issues and unforeseen events facing women, and how they have been giving women courage amidst difficulties through mutual support, wisdom, and experience. Ms. Oguro has been involved as a midwife in activities that aid women's groups in Myanmar aiming to improve maternal and child health. Ms. Ishii has conducted self-help groups for people who have experienced a miscarriage, stillbirth, or neonatal death and she has developed mutual-support activities to help people deal with the sadness of losing a child. Ms. Chonan has founded an NPO that supports non-Japanese women living in Japan who share similar problems concerning marriage, birth, and child-rearing in Japan. Dr. Puffet, as a specialist on international and family nursing, shared her experiences with capacity building with women in the Central Asia. Each panelist's experience was essentially different yet had in common the resulting empowerment of women. Their activities implied the significance of collaboration between medical professionals and citizens, which indicated the changes and growth towards the structure of a smoother alliance. This symposium gave us a chance to reconfirm the elements of People-Centered Care that we realized from our COE activities. They are : compassion, learning from life experiences, words of mutual understanding, creation of useful health information, connections from different points of view, and decision-making.
  • Synchronizing the Essence of People-Centered Care and Experiences of Women with Wisdom and Courage.
     10(1) 68-74 Jun. 2006
    This paper summarizes the St. Luke's College of Nursing 21st Century COE Program, 5th InternationalRelay Symposium titled “Sharing Wisdom, Courage and Experiences: Women Supporting Each Other inSociety“ and serves to compare the constructive concept of People-Centered Care, with the commonality ofactivities shared by the symposium panelists.This relay symposium was planned and carried out by the members of two projects, “Women-CenteredCare“ and “Development of a Practical Model for International Collaboration that Contributes toEveryone's Health“, both of which are part of the research project, “Nursing for People-Centered Initiativesin Health Care and Health Promotion“.Four symposium panelists presented their experience. They spoke about difficult issues and unforeseenevents facing women, and how they have been giving women courage amidst difficulties through mutualsupport, wisdom, and experience.Ms. Oguro has been involved as a midwife in activities that aid women's groups in Myanmar aiming toimprove maternal and child health.Ms. Ishii has conducted self-help groups for people who have experienced a miscarriage, stillbirth, orneonatal deat
  • Trial Introduction of e-learning as a Tool for Reviewing Nursing Skills.
     10(1) 54-60 Jun. 2006
    The use of e-learning as a convenient educational method has been pointed out as being effective for thecontinuing education of nurses who often their irregular working hours. As a preliminary step in exploringthe possibilities of utilizing e-learning in the continuing education of nurses, our school introduced elearningtools for undergraduates studying the fundamentals of nursing from November 2003. The intendedaudience of the e-learning tools was sophomore and freshman students of the nursing college. The studentswere provided with e-learning contents on nursing skills as supplementary learning aids to theirlectures and lab classes. From the results of a web-based self-survey regarding the e-learning tools, themajority of students replied positively with statements such as “the e-learning materials were usefulfor studying“, “I want to continue using e-learning tools in the future“, and “the e-learning tools shouldbe more interactive“. Only a few students agreed with the statement that “credits should be awardedbased only on e-learning materials“. This trial suggests that e-learning is an effective resource forlearning nursing skills. However it is necessar
  • Development of a health education program for five-year-olds : “Let's learn about our body!“ -The process of research aiming to promote people-centered care.
    (第32号) 51頁-58頁 Mar. 2006
    This paper describes how the process of research conceived by healthcare experts, “Knowledge of the body is necessary for people to take initiative in their own healthcare,“ has been developed into collaborative research with community people. In order to disseminate knowledge of the body into the community to attain fundamental awareness of it, children were strategically targeted since they will be the leaders of the next generation. As a result of group interviews with 15 school nurses and a pilot study on health education for children, five-year-old preschool children were chosen as the target age group introducing a learning program on the human body. The learning program for five-year-olds, which consists of eight sections, was drafted and educational materials were developed. In the process of developing the educational materials, community members surrounding five-yearolds made contributions to the research group, and the expert-led research has eventually evolved into collaborative research with the community. Further development of educational materials, and implementation and evaluation of the learning program will be conducted in collaboration with
  • "Kango-net": A community website connecting citizens and nursing personnel.
    Sakyo Y, Nakayama K, Komatsu H, Matoba T
    Studies in health technology and informatics 122 873-874 2006 [Refereed]
  • A Report from the International Workshop about the Study Findings : 'Design of Educational Programs for Japanese Nurses whose Mission is to Transfer Nursing Knowledge in Developing Countries'
    KAJII Fumiko, YAMAZAKI Yoshimi, TASHIRO Junko, HORIUCHI Shigeko, HIRABAYASHI Yuko, ARIMORI Naoko, SAKAI Masako, HISHINUMA Michiko, ETO Hiromi, SAKYO Yumi, ARAI Chouko, HIRANO Kayoko, YOSHINO Yae, INAOKA Mitsuko, HIRAGA Keiko, YAMADA Takumi, ICHIHASHI Tomiko, HONMA Satsuki, NIKAIDOU Noriko, KONISHI Yoshiko, SUZUKI Satomi, OHNO Natsuyo
    Bulletin of St. Luke's College of Nursing(第31号) 17頁-25頁 Mar. 2005
    This article describes the January 24-25, 2004 international workshop proceedings held at St. Luke's College of Nursing. The purpose of the workshop was to share the 2002 and 2003 findings, from the research study titled 'Design of Educational Programs for Japanese Nurses whose Mission is to Transfer Nursing Knowledge in Developing Countries' with three international advisors. The focus of the research was to develop graduate, continuing and postgraduate programs in order to prepare those Japanese international nursing collaborators who engage in technical transfer activities in developing countries. Three groups conducted this research. Groups one and two focused on 'Personn el development Program' and 'Basic Nursing Educational Program'. Group three focused on the Process of Technical Transfer. Each of the groups presented their findings and proposed preliminary educational guidelines or educational programs. The members of the workshop provided additional suggestions and ideas for the final year of this study in 2004.
  • Comparison of "ANRAKU" and "comfort" in the Respective Japanese and English Nursing Literature : Literature Review Using an Evolutionary Concept-Analysis Approach (Rodgers)
    SAKYO Yumi
    Bulletin of St. Luke's College of Nursing(第31号) 1頁-7頁 Mar. 2005
    In Japanese nursing, "ANRAKU" is very useful and important term, generally, it is translated into English as "comfort". A comparison of "ANRAKU" and "comfort" in the respective nursing literature was based on Rodgers's method of concept analysis, which includes "definition", "alternative terms", "antecedents", "consequences", and "related concepts". Both had many similarities, both definitions had extensive multidimensional attributes. The difference was that "ANRAKU" is solely related to nursing skills. It is expected that, as with "comfort theory" in the USA, "ANRAKU care" will develop in Japanese nursing.
  • Educational Programs of International Health and Nursing in United Kingdom and Japan : A Survey Report
    TASHIRO Junko, SAKAI Masako, SAKYO Yumi, HORIUCHI Shigeko, SUZUKI Yoshimi
    Bulletin of St. Luke's College of Nursing(第31号) 56頁-61頁 Mar. 2005
    This survey was a portion of the lager study for development of educational programs enabling Japanese nurses to fully participate in international cooperation for international development. International cooperation for global development is in demanded from Japan as a developed country. The authors visited and conducted interviews with two educational programs : "Tropical Nursing" at London School Health and Tropical Medicine, University of London and "International Health" at Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Community Health designed for graduate nurses at Glasgow Caledonian University. The authors collected information about : history and philosophy of educational program, degree or qualification after completion, targeted students, goals of course, students' background, jobs of graduates. In addition, the authors collected the same information on an international health program Japanese nurses attending and entitled "Health System Management" provided by National Institute of Public Health in Japan. "Tropical Nursing" is designed by using knowledge base and skills of tropical medicine and public health. "International Health" from an experienced nurse is designed to provide global perspectives for graduate nursing and health sciences students. In Japan, "Health System Management" provides both Japanese health professions as well as trainees from developing countries rich contents and learning environment. However, the number of nurses able to attend is limited. Currently, a number of nurses is working for development of nursing in developing host countries, and demands for appropriate competencies for international cooperation is great. The authors identify that new international program designed for Japanese nurses should be developed in the near future in order to responding to their continuing learning needs.
  • Exploring the meaning of “ANRAKU“ in nursing -by means of interview with nurses.
    (30) 1-9 Mar. 2004
    In Japanese nursing, “ANRAKU“ is a very useful and, very important term, similar to “safety“(“ANRAKU“ translated to English means comfort, rest, or ease). However, it also has an abstract andcomplex meaning. The purpose of this study is to explore the meaning of anraku in Japanese nursingfrom a professional nursing perspective.To explore the meaning of anraku, 29 practicing medical-surgical hospital nurses were interviewed.These interviews were used to form the data base for analysis of the term. Rodger's approach of conceptanalysis was used and included : definition, alternative terms, antecedents, consequences andrelated concept.The result shows that 29 nurses have 29 definitions. The antecedents for patients of anraku wereidentified as pain, displeasure, anxiety, environment, etc. The antecedents for nurse of anraku were“safety“, and lithe art of nursing“. The consequences of anraku were patient satisfaction and a rapidreparative process. The meaning of anraku was structuralized using the antecedents of anraku. Fornurses to offer anraku care to the patient, the element of this structure is required. The meaning ofanraku can then
  • A Survey of Physical Assessment and Nursing Skill Experience of Students at Their First Level Clinical Nursing Practice.
    (第29号) 40頁-46頁 Mar. 2003
    During their second year at 81. Luke's College of Nursing students learn physical assessmentand fundamental nursing skills and practice them in the hospital setting. As part ofcurriculum evaluation, we conducted a survey of students completing their second year inorder to clarify how? often they performed the various skills and how they evaluated their. abilities. 139 of 169 students (84%) completed a questionnaire that asked students to reportfrequency of doing each of 41 skills and then evaluate their ability on a 4-point scale. With regard to 21 physical assessment skills, there was variation in both experience andself-evaluation. All students reported performing vital signs and their self-evaluations werehigh. More than half reported doing inspection and auscultation of chest and lungs, and assessmentof an abdomen. Although self-evaluations for most skills averaged three orhigher, they tended to be lower for assessment of the heart, muscular-skeletal system, andnervous system.The focus of the 20 fundamental nursing skills were activities of daily living and basictreatments. All students reported making beds and arranging things for patients. More than70% performed
  • Health-Concept and Related Variables in First-year Nursing Students.
    (24) 14-20
    Health is considered to be one of the basic concepts in Nursing. The purposes of this study are to know the Health-Concepts of the first-year nursing students and to understand related variables for health concepts. In April 1997, we conducted a questionniare on 83 first-year nursing students.Health-concept was questioned by open type.We investigated them by health difinition of WHO:physical, mental and social point of view, and descriptive expression. The findings were as follows:1)Some 70% students grasp the health-concept in the combined view points-physical and mental.2)Some students apply disease model, considering health is an opposite of illness and disability;other students apply life model.3)Many students whose health-concepts are related to daily life are satisfied with their lives and have a positive self-perception. It is important to develop student's health-concept.For this purpose, each student should recognize her own position and direction to take.
  • Health (kenkou)-Concept and The Genki in the First-year Nursing Students.
    (25) 17-24
    Health(Kenkou)-concept and The Genki are similary used in Japanese.The purpose of this study was to know the Health(Kenkou)-concepts and the Genki f the first-year nursing students. In April 1998, we conducted a questionnaire on 80 first-year nursing students in the S College of Nursing. Health(Kenkou)-concepts and the Genki were questioned by open type.We investigated them by health definition of WHO:physucal, mental and social points of view, and descriptive expression.We analysed the results in comparison with those of 66 students of the W University who major in Human Science. The findings were as follows: ①Both subjects have similar backgrounds. ②The subjects have some descriptions for the Health(Kenkou)-concepts and Genki in common. ③The Health(Kenkou)-concepts are related to physical condition and disease, and the Genki depends on mental condition. It is important to develop the Health-Concepts for Nursing students to ask and ponder own definition by common words.
  • The Characteristics of Students in Nursing University, and the Teachers' Devising for Their Classes
     14(2) 46-53
    The purpose of this study was to reveal: 1) the perception of the teachers in the Fundamentals of Nursing towardcharacteristics of students and 2) how they are devising the teaching-learning methods accordingly.Ten( 10) teachers from 7 nursing universities were interviewed on the following topics:1) their perception on characteristics of students; 2)what are devised in teaching methods. After that, other 5teachers from 5 nursing universities participated in focus-group-interview, in order to examine content validity.Result: Thirteen categories were extracted as the characteristics of students. [#1 increased number of studentswhose goals are not nursing] [#2 lowered ability of reading, writing, and comprehension] [#3 unable to makeown goal due to lack of positive attitude toward learning] [#4 seeking answers rather than thinking process] [#5worrying evaluation by teachers][ #6 apathy toward surround and weak interpersonal relationships][ #7 unable toaccept diversity of values][ #8 lowered in common sense and manner][ #9 good at use of IT][ #10 unable to image ahospital ward or a patient][ #11 unable to relate/use knowledg
  • Nursing Competency : Concept, Structure of Dimensions, and Assessment
     14(2) 18-28
    The rapid development of medical sciences and the progressive aging of society have led to increased expectationsfor qualified nursing care. In addition, in Japan, the number of nursing colleges and universities is rapidlyincreasing, and will soon reach over 200. Nursing, out of its commitment to the health and wellness of people, mustbe sensitive to these local and global changes and the demands such changes place on nursing practice. As nursingprofessionals, we are expected to profess clearly what competencies our new graduates can offer. Therefore, nursingeducators have a responsibility to make clear what standard competencies are expected of students, as well as howand to what degree students are expected actually to attain such competencies. The purpose of this study is todefine the meaning of nursing competency, identify its constructs, and describe learning processes and assessmenttools with regard to nursing competency.We reviewed 30 English manuscripts to :(1)develop definitions and the content of nursing competency andidentify conceptual elements;(2)delineate nursing students' learning process, and(3)determine competencyassessment.As a r
  • Evaluation of the employment support system
    (26) 72-80
    The Student Support Department has been engaged in establishing andimproving the employment support system as one of the important roles and functions the department is expected to play and execute.This time, research was conducted to identify the potential challenges and improve the employment support system for the future by analyzing the current employment support system that was established and improved by the Student Support Deperatment.The research also focused on determining the degree of utilization and evaluation of the support system by the students.Based on the results, it is suggested that:1.guidance programs/individual counseling organized by the Student Support Deperatment are generally assessed as useful job hunting activities, 2.students utilize employment support tools such as data prepared for their use and journals providing general information on recruitment, and 3.students determine their course of life after graduation and after considering working conditions such as treatment or location of the working site, nursing principles or on-the-job training programs.Some challenges for the future employment support system revealed by the research are discus
  • Required Nursing Competencies for New Baccalaureate Nursing Graduates : An Analysis of Interview Data from Nurse Educators.
     17(1) 27-34
    Purpose:The purpose of this study was to describe required nursing competencies for new baccalaureate nursinggraduates from the experienced nurse's viewpoint.Method:This qualitative study was an inductive approach using data from semi-structured interviews of experiencednurses working in metropolitan hospitals and who were directly involved with educating new graduates.Participants were 17 nurses under 30 years old, including four men and all with different educational backgrounds.Researchers asked participants: (a) what types of competencies do you require for new graduates when they startclinical work; (b) what types of competencies do you ask them to gain ‘on-the-job’; and (c) what was your experiencewhen you had a problem with a new graduate. The interview data were categorically analyzed to identify clinicalnursing competencies.Results:Induced were 58 subcategories then 10 categories were abstracted: commitment to nursing, interpersonalcommunication, basic clinical knowledge, clinical assessment, nursing skills, accomplishment of nursing duties,personal and professional development, self-management, risk management and professional rel
  • A Team-Based Learning Experiment in the“ Anatomy and Physiology”
    (40) 128-134
    Team-Based learning(TBL)was introduced as part of the teaching method for the “Anatomy andPhysiology” course at St. Luke’s College of Nursing and the educational outcomes were examined. In aself-administered questionnaire survey administered to students, the majority of students gave a favorablereview. There was no difference in the research report scores or course evaluations from the previous year,and positive aspects were recognized in the year that TBL was implemented. Thus, the introduction of TBLinto the course can be considered educationally effective. However, given that TBL was implemented onlyonce, a greater human factor is required than the previous year’s teaching method and sufficient time forstudent self-learning must be ensured, and many expressed positive opinions about the teaching method usedin the previous year, there is a need to further examine teaching methods while considering human factorsand the amount of time set aside for self-learning.

Conference Activities & Talks

  • 市民・患者と医療職のヘルスリテラシー向上を支援するサイト『健康を決める力』の評価
    中山 和弘, 大坂 和可子, 戸ヶ里 泰典, 米倉 佑貴, 瀬戸山 陽子, 田口 良子, 松本 真欣, 佐藤 繭子, 関戸 亜衣, 佐居 由美
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 Nov. 2015
  • 「気持ちよさ」をもたらす看護ケアに対する看護師の認識の検討
    佐居 由美, 縄 秀志, 矢野 理香, 大橋 久美子, 樋勝 彩子
    日本看護技術学会学術集会講演抄録集 Oct. 2015
  • 臨床-基礎教育の連携による演習プログラムの開発 多重課題、時間切迫シミュレーション演習の検討
    佐居 由美, 松谷 美和子, 三浦 友理子, 奥 裕美, 西野 理英, 寺田 麻子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 Sep. 2015
  • 看護の教科書における「安楽」の記述内容の分類
    佐居由美
    日本ヒューマン・ケア心理学会大会プログラム・発表論文集 Sep. 2015
  • 「気持ちよさ」をもたらす看護ケアの効果に関する統合的文献レビュー
    大橋 久美子, 縄 秀志, 佐居 由美, 櫻井 利江, 樋勝 彩子, 矢野 理香
    日本看護技術学会学術集会講演抄録集 Nov. 2014
  • 手浴ケアが患者‐看護師の関係性にもたらす質的変化の検討~手浴群と対照群の比較~
    矢野理香, 秋山雅代, 縄秀志, 大橋久美子, 佐居由美, 櫻井利江, 樋勝彩子
    日本看護技術学会学術集会講演抄録集 Nov. 2014
  • 看護系大学における臨床看護実践能力の育成に関する看護系教員への調査
    松谷美和子, 佐居由美, 平林優子, 三浦友理子, 井部俊子, 宇都宮明美, 倉岡有美子, 林智子, 中村めぐみ, 岩崎寿賀子, 西野理英, 寺田麻子, 高屋尚子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 Sep. 2014
  • Trunsculutural Nursing Edcation for undergraduate Nursing students in Japan A Reserch Project of Condom Prices and HIV
    Yasuko Nagamatsu, Yumi Sakyo
    33rd. Annual Conferrence of the Transcultulal Nursing Society Sep. 2007
  • International Conference on Community Nursing Research
    Yumi Sakyo,Kazuhiro Nakayama,Hiroko Komatsu
    International Conference on Community Nursing Research Oct. 2007
    Kango(Nursing)-net:Acommunity Website Connecting Citizens and Nursing Personal. The needs of the user in the community site which connects citizens and nursing -Kango net- -Analysis of the access log-
  • Designing Picture Book of the Body for 5-6 Year Olds:Teaching Basic Knowledge about Health.
    Katsura Goto,Michiko Hishinuma,Kazuo Shiraki,Miwako Matsutani,Nobuko Ookubo,Yumi Sakyo,Hisako Nakayama,Akiko Ishimoto,Naoko Arimori,Kyoko Iwanabe,et al
    The 6th International Nursing Conferece Nov. 2007
  • Implementation of the“Knowing Our Body“Program to the Communities‐‐‐Assessing the Effectiveness of the CBPR
    Goto K,Okubo N,Yasugahira N,Iwanabe K,Setoyama Y,Hishinuma M,Matsutani M,Nakayama H,Shiraki K,Sakyo Y,
    The First Asia-Pacific Conference on Health Promotion and Education Jul. 2009
  • The Effects of Knowing Our Body Program for Pre-Schoolers
    Okubo N,Goto K,Setoyama Y,Indoh K,Matsutani M,Tashiro J,Hishinuma M,Sakyo Y,Shiraki K,Nakayama H,Yasugahira N,Muramatsu J
    The First Asia-Pacific Conference on Health Promotion and Education Jul. 2009
  • KANGO-NET:A COMMUNITY WEBSITE CONNECTING CITIZENS AND NURSING PERSONNEL
    Yumi Sakyo, Kazuhiro Nakayamaa, Hiroko Komatsua, Tomoko Matobab
    The 9th International Congress on Nursing Informatics Jun. 2006
  • Attributes of comfort care in Japanese nurses focused on their clinical experience
    11th Qualitative Health Research Conference 2005 May 2005
  • A study of comfort care in Japan
    the 23rd Quadrennial ICN Congress. May 2005
  • The 8th China-Japan nursing conference
     Mar. 2003
  • (Reports on International Conferences and Seminars)
    佐居 由美
    Bulletin of St. Luke's College of Nursing Mar. 2003
  • “Kango(Nursing)-net” A Community Website Connecting Citizens and Nursing Personnel The needs of the user -Analysis of the access log(2006-2007)-
    Kazuhiro Nakayama, Hiroko Komatsu
    the 10th Nursing Informatics congress Jun. 2009
  • Kango(Nursing)-net:Acommunity Website Connecting Citizens and Personal The needs of the user in the community site which connects citizens and nursing -Kango net- -Analysis of the access log-
    Yumi Sakyo,Kazuhiro Nakayama,Hiroko komatsu
    International Conference on Community Nursing Reserch Oct. 2007
  • Trunsculutural Nursing Education for undergraduate Nursing students in Japan A Reserch Project of Condom Prices and HIV
    Yasuko Nagamatsu, Yumi Sakyo
    33rd. Annual Conferrence of the Transcultulal Nursing Society Sep. 2007
  • Designing Curriculum of International Nursing in Master's program,
    Kazuko Naruse, Anna K. Karani, Junko Tashiro, Fumiko Kajii, Yumi Sakyo, Wakako Ichikawa
    Nursing History and Leadership May 2006
  • The Background to the World “Nursing“ Found in the Writings of Florence Nightingale
    Michiko Ozawa, Chie kaharu, Miki Yokoyama, Yumi Sakyo
    Nursing History and Leadership May 2006
  • Designing Curriculum of International Nursing in Master's program, JAPAN-CAPACITY Building for International collaborator for strengthen Nursing and Midwifery
    Junko Tashiro,RN PhD; Naoko Hayashi, RN, PhD; Fumiko Kajii, RN, PhD; Yoshimi Yamazaki, RN, MNS; Akiko Hayashi, RN, PhD; Hiromi Eto, RN, RNM, DNSc; Yumi Sakyo, RN, MNS; Shigeko Horiuchi, RN, RNM, DNSc.
    RESOURCING GLOBAL HEALTH Jun. 2006
  • KANGO-NET:A COMMUNITY WEBSITE CONNECTING CITIZENS AND NURSING PERSONNEL
    Yumi Sakyoa, Kazuhiro Nakayamaa, Hiroko Komatsua, Tomoko Matobab
    The 9th International Congress on Nursing Informatics Jun. 2006
  • Kango(Nursing)-net:Acommunity Website Connecting Citizens and Nursing Personal. The needs of the user in the community site which connects citizens and nursing -Kango net- -Analysis of the access log-
    Yumi Sakyo,Kazuhiro Nakayama,Hiroko Komatsu
    International Conference on Community Nursing Research Oct. 2007
  • Trailing and evaluation of e-learning for student nurses and professional nurses in Japan
    Michiko Hishinuma,Yoshimi Yamazaki, Kazuhiro Nakayama,Yuko Hirabayashi.
    The ICN 23rd Quadrennial Congress 2005 May 2005
  • Trial and assessment some e-learning contents of basically nursing skill.
    Keiko Toyomasu, Yuko Hirabayashi
    The ICN 23rd Quadrennial Congress 2005 May 2005
  • A study of comfort care in Japan
    The ICN 23rd Quadrennial Congress 2005 May 2005
  • How Students Perceive Medication Safety: A Missing Link
    The Nursing Management Congress2005 Oct. 2005
  • Survey of Nursing Students Using e-learning to Prepare for First Level of Clinical Studies
    Noriko Tsukamoto,Shigeko Horiuchi
    INTERNATIONAL NURSING CONFERENCE-THAILAND 2006 Jan. 2006

Misc

  • Development of Nursing Care Theory to Produce "KIMOCHI-II (Good Feeling)"
    縄 秀志, 矢野 理恵, 佐居 由美, 大橋 久美子, 樋勝 彩子
    日本看護技術学会誌 = Japanese journal of nursing art and science 15(1) 25-28 Apr. 2016
  • 気持ちよさをもたらす看護ケア理論の開発に向けて
    縄 秀志, 矢野 理恵, 佐居 由美, 大橋 久美子, 樋勝 彩子
    日本看護技術学会誌 15(1) 25-28 Apr. 2016
  • 市民・患者と医療職のヘルスリテラシー向上を支援するサイト『健康を決める力』の評価
    中山 和弘, 大坂 和可子, 戸ヶ里 泰典, 米倉 佑貴, 瀬戸山 陽子, 田口 良子, 松本 真欣, 佐藤 繭子, 関戸 亜衣, 佐居 由美
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 35回 596-596 Nov. 2015
  • 「気持ちよさ」をもたらす看護ケアに対する看護師の認識の検討
    佐居 由美, 縄 秀志, 矢野 理香, 大橋 久美子, 樋勝 彩子
    日本看護技術学会学術集会講演抄録集 14回 112-112 Oct. 2015
  • 臨床-基礎教育の連携による演習プログラムの開発 多重課題、時間切迫シミュレーション演習の検討
    佐居 由美, 松谷 美和子, 三浦 友理子, 奥 裕美, 西野 理英, 寺田 麻子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 20回 32-32 Sep. 2015
  • 気持ちよさをもたらす看護ケア理論の開発に向けて
    縄 秀志, 矢野 理香, 佐居 由美, 大橋 久美子, 櫻井 利江, 樋勝 彩子
    日本看護技術学会学術集会講演抄録集 13回 57-57 Nov. 2014
  • 手浴ケアが患者-看護師の関係性にもたらす質的変化の検討 手浴群と対照群の比較
    矢野 理香, 秋山 雅代, 縄 秀志, 大橋 久美子, 佐居 由美, 櫻井 利江, 樋勝 彩子
    日本看護技術学会学術集会講演抄録集 13回 158-158 Nov. 2014
  • 「気持ちよさ」をもたらす看護ケアの効果に関する統合的文献レビュー
    大橋 久美子, 縄 秀志, 佐居 由美, 櫻井 利江, 樋勝 彩子, 矢野 理香
    日本看護技術学会学術集会講演抄録集 13回 186-186 Nov. 2014
  • 看護系大学における臨床看護実践能力の育成に関する看護系教員への調査
    松谷 美和子, 佐居 由美, 平林 優子, 三浦 友理子, 井部 俊子, 宇都宮 明美, 倉岡 有美子, 林 智子, 中村 めぐみ, 岩崎 寿賀子, 西野 理英, 寺田 麻子, 高屋 尚子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 19回 45-45 Sep. 2014
  • 学士課程卒業看護師が卒後1年間に必要であると認識している臨床看護実践能力 2年目看護師の振り返りに基づく面接調査の分析
    三浦 友理子, 松谷 美和子, 高屋 尚子, 西野 理英, 佐居 由美, 平林 優子
    聖路加看護学会誌 17(2) 3-12 Jan. 2014
    目的:本研究は、看護系大学を卒業した2年目の看護師が入職後1年間を通した病院での経験を振り返り、新卒看護師として必要であると認識している臨床看護実践能力について探索し、看護学士課程における臨床看護実践能力の育成について示唆を得ることを目的とした。方法:本研究は、面接法による質的記述的研究である。研究協力者は看護系大学を卒業し、現在首都圏の病院に勤務する2年目の看護師である。1年目の経験を振り返り、日々の看護を行ううえで必要な看護実践能力、大学で身につけておくべき能力等の内容について、約1時間程度の半構成的インタビューを行った。データ分析は、逐語録を作成し、サブカテゴリーおよびカテゴリーに抽象化を行った。抽象化のプロセスは、複数の研究者で行い、概念化の結果がデータにより説明できるか逐次検討を行うことで分析の信頼性を高めた。結果:研究協力の承諾を得られた2年目看護師は12人であり、新卒1年間に必要であると認識している看護実践能力として、7カテゴリーおよび19サブカテゴリーを抽出した。7つのカテゴリーは、良好に人間関係を構築すること、的確なアセスメントに基づき看護技術を提供すること、アセスメントに必要な知識を保有していること、看護業務についてチームワークを基盤に遂行すること、自己研鑽や学習を行うこと、セルフマネジメントをすること、および看護実践にコミットメントしていることであった。考察:抽出した7カテゴリーのうち6カテゴリーは先行研究により示された看護実践能力の構成要素に相当するものであったが、セルフマネジメント能力は新卒看護師に特有のカテゴリーとして提示された。さらに、患者中心の視点を基盤とした看護を行うことと、これをチームの協働により実現させていくことを志向した実践の必要性を認識している様相がサブカテゴリーやコードのレベルで認められた。(著者抄録)
  • 看護職が行うバイタルサイン測定の実態 2001年調査との比較をふまえ
    伊東 美奈子, 菱沼 典子, 大久保 暢子, 加藤木 真史, 佐居 由美, 大橋 久美子, 蜂ヶ崎 令子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 18回 26-26 Sep. 2013
  • ナースのための胸膜中皮腫緩和ケアハンドブックの開発
    長松 康子, 佐居 由美, 中山 祐紀子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 18回 40-40 Sep. 2013
  • WEB上看護師エッセイ「今月の看護師」アクセス状況調査
    佐居 由美, 中山 和弘
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 18回 41-41 Sep. 2013
  • 看護系大学新卒看護師に求められる臨床看護実践能力 新人看護師研修担当者への質問紙調査結果
    松谷 美和子, 佐居 由美, 平林 優子, 井部 俊子, 宇都宮 明美, 倉岡 有美子, 三浦 友理子, 林 智子, 高屋 尚子, 中村 めぐみ, 西野 理英, 岩崎 寿賀子, 佐藤 エキ子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 18回 44-44 Sep. 2013
  • 清拭に用いる用具と技術の実態調査 2001年調査との比較から
    加藤木 真史, 菱沼 典子, 大久保 暢子, 佐居 由美, 伊東 美奈子, 大橋 久美子, 蜂ヶ崎 令子
    日本看護技術学会学術集会講演抄録集 12回 104-104 Sep. 2013
  • 日本におけるスタンダードプリコーション普及の経緯と現在の課題 文献検討を中心とした考察から
    齋藤 律子, 佐居 由美
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 17回 32-32 Sep. 2012
  • 患者の安楽や状態の改善につながったと思う看護技術の実践が看護師にもたらすもの
    糟谷 祥子, 佐居 由美
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 17回 36-36 Sep. 2012
  • 看護学生の看護実践能力調査 卒業時と3ヵ月後の比較 看護行動測定尺度(Six-D Scale:Schwirian)を用いて
    松谷 美和子, 佐居 由美, 平林 優子, 高屋 尚子, 西野 理英, 飯田 正子, 寺田 麻子, 村上 好恵, 桃井 雅子
    聖路加看護学会誌 15(3) 30-30 Sep. 2011
  • 看護学導入期の学生の困難性に対応したWeb教材の開発
    佐居 由美, 石本 亜希子, 伊東 美奈子, 大橋 久美子, 大久保 暢子, 佐竹 澄子, 蜂ヶ崎 令子, 菱沼 典子
    聖路加看護学会誌 15(1) 17-26 Feb. 2011
    少子化による大学全入時代による大学生の学力低下、ゆとり世代の学生の未熟性・困難への耐性低下、看護系大学の増加などの社会状況などにより、看護大学における学生の学習適応困難が課題となっている。そのような状況のなか、本学では、少子高齢化社会の学生の特性に対応した看護学導入プログラムの構築を試みている。その一部として、看護学導入期(看護大学入学時より患者受持ち実習終了まで)の学生の困難に対応したWeb教材の作成を行った。看護学導入期の学生の困難性を明確にするため、初めての病棟実習後の看護学生9名を対象に、インタビューを実施した(調査期間:2009年2〜3月)。その結果、【A.看護技術習得時の困難、B.最初の患者受持ち実習での困難、C.学習方法についての困難】の3つ困難が明らかになった。これらも含めた看護学導入期の学生の困難のうち、主に【看護技術習得時の困難】【最初の患者受持ち実習での困難】に対応する教材を作成した。教材は学生の利便性に配慮しweb教材とし、デジタル世代の学生の特徴を踏まえ写真や図を多用した。web教材は、「ユニフォームの着方」「実習室の使い方」「科目関連図」などの[基本コンテンツ]、「看護技術学内演習方法」「看護技術病棟での実施方法」「私の演習経験」「ナースからのアドバイス」から成る[看護技術コンテンツ]、「実習の流れ」「実習マップ」「実習お助けコーナー」といった「実習コンテンツ」の3項目からなる。教材作成時には、学習の主体となる学生の視点に立つために上級生と臨床現場により即した看護技術を提供するために実習病棟看護師の協力を得た。(著者抄録)
  • 看護学導入期の学生の困難性に対応したweb教材の有用性
    佐居 由美, 菱沼 典子, 大久保 暢子, 伊東 美奈子, 佐竹 澄子, 蜂ヶ崎 令子, 大橋 久美子
    日本看護技術学会学術集会講演抄録集 9回 146-146 Oct. 2010
  • 看護学導入期の学生の困難性に対応したweb教材の活用状況
    佐居 由美, 菱沼 典子, 大久保 暢子, 伊東 美奈子, 蜂ヶ崎 令子, 大橋 久美子, 佐竹 澄子
    聖路加看護学会誌 14(3) 50-50 Sep. 2010
  • 看護学生の看護実践能力調査 看護行動測定尺度(Six-D Scale:Schwerin)を用いて
    佐居 由美, 松谷 美和子, 平林 優子, 卯野木 健, 高屋 尚子, 西野 理英, 飯田 正子, 寺田 麻子
    聖路加看護学会誌 14(3) 51-51 Sep. 2010
  • 看護系大学卒業の新卒看護師に求められる臨床看護実践能力 1年目看護師への面接調査内容の分析
    奥 裕美, 松谷 美和子, 佐居 由美, 堀 成美
    聖路加看護学会誌 14(3) 52-52 Sep. 2010
  • 看護系大学卒業の新卒看護師に求められる臨床看護実践能力 2年目看護師への面接調査内容の分析
    佐居 由美, 松谷 美和子, 三浦 友理子
    聖路加看護学会誌 14(3) 53-53 Sep. 2010
  • 眼科外来における外国人患者と日本人患者の治療完了率(Compliance with Ophthalmology Outpatient Treatment Comparing Japanese and Foreign Patients in Tokyo)
    長松 康子, 佐居 由美
    聖路加看護学会誌 14(1) 9-16 Mar. 2010
    眼科外来における治療完了率について2つの側面から比較を行った。まず、全外国人患者70名と、外国人患者の性・年齢群にマッチした日本人患者70名の治療完了率を比較した。その結果、外国人患者の治療完了率は12.9%であるのに対し、日本人群は42.9%と有意に高かった(P<0.000)。さらに、1)治療中断が視力や生命の危険となるもの、2)自覚症状が乏しいため治療継続が困難なもの、3)合併症のあるものという基準を満たす外国人患者8名に対して、外国語を話す看護師によるケアを行ったので、日本人看護師による通常ケアを受けた外国人患者62名と治療完了率と比較した。その結果、外国語を話す看護師のケアを受けた群の治療完了率は75%で、同基準で日本人看護師より治療継続を指導された日本人患者群の84.5%と同様に高かった。(著者抄録)
  • CBPRで行なった就学前児童に対する健康教育のプロセスと評価
    安ヶ平 伸枝, 岩辺 京子, 後藤 桂子, 村松 純子, 菱沼 典子, 大久保 暢子, 佐居 由美, 松谷 美和子, 中山 久子, 田代 順子, 有森 直子, 瀬戸山 陽子
    聖路加看護学会誌 13(3) 53-53 Sep. 2009
  • 看護学導入科目担当者の捉える学生の特徴と教授方法の工夫
    安ヶ平 伸枝, 菱沼 典子, 大久保 暢子, 佐居 由美, 佐竹 澄子, 伊東 美奈子, 石本 亜希子
    聖路加看護学会誌 13(3) 59-59 Sep. 2009
  • 看護学導入期における看護学生の困難性
    佐居 由美, 菱沼 典子, 大久保 暢子, 佐竹 澄子, 安ヶ平 伸枝, 伊東 美奈子, 石本 亜希子
    聖路加看護学会誌 13(3) 60-60 Sep. 2009
  • 看護基礎教育と看護実践とのギャップを縮める「総合実習(チームチャレンジ)」の評価 看護学生の実習記録の分析
    奥 裕美, 松谷 美和子, 佐居 由美, 大久保 暢子, 中村 綾子, 佐竹 澄子, 安ヶ平 伸枝, 伊東 美奈子, 堀 成美, 井部 俊子, 西野 理英, 高井 今日子, 寺田 麻子, 岩崎 寿賀子, 石本 亜希子
    聖路加看護学会誌 13(3) 62-62 Sep. 2009
  • 新人看護師への移行演習プログラム開発プロセス[実践報告]
    飯田 正子, 松谷 美和子, 高屋 尚子, 平林 優子, 寺田 麻子, 西野 理英, 桃井 雅子, 佐居 由美, 卯野木 健, 井部 俊子, 佐藤 エキ子
    聖路加看護学会誌 12(3) 43-43 Sep. 2008
  • 子どもがからだについて学ぶための教材作成の研究過程 CBPRでみたpeople-centered care
    後藤 桂子, 菱沼 典子, 松谷 美和子, 田代 順子, 大久保 暢子, 佐居 由美, 中山 久子, 石本 亜希子, 有森 直子, 島田 多佳子, 瀬戸山 陽子, 臺 有桂
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 27回 269-269 Nov. 2007
  • 5歳児を対象とした「からだの仕組み」についての健康教育プログラム開発のプロセス(実践報告)
    佐居 由美, 菱沼 典子, 松谷 美和子, 中山 久子, 有森 直子, 田代 順子, 大久保 暢子, 石本 亜希子, 山崎 好美, 瀬戸山 陽子, 岩辺 京子, 島田 多佳子, 今井 敏子, 村松 純子
    聖路加看護学会誌 11(2) 50-50 Sep. 2007
  • 新人看護師への移行演習プログラムの試行と評価(1) コミュニケーションスキル習得のための演習
    松崎 直子, 桃井 雅子, 佐居 由美, 平林 優子, 松谷 美和子, 村上 好恵, 高屋 尚子, 飯田 正子, 西野 理英, 寺田 麻子
    聖路加看護学会誌 11(2) 53-53 Sep. 2007
  • 新人看護師への移行演習プログラムの試行と評価(2) 状況設定の中での与薬の基本演習
    村上 好恵, 平林 優子, 飯田 正子, 松谷 美和子, 佐居 由美, 桃井 雅子, 松崎 直子, 高屋 尚子, 西野 理英, 寺田 麻子
    聖路加看護学会誌 11(2) 54-54 Sep. 2007
  • 新人看護師への移行演習プログラムの試行と評価(3) 多重課題シナリオによる演習
    寺田 麻子, 西野 理英, 高屋 尚子, 飯田 正子, 佐藤 エキ子, 松谷 美和子, 桃井 雅子, 佐居 由美, 平林 優子, 松崎 直子, 村上 好恵
    聖路加看護学会誌 11(2) 55-55 Sep. 2007
  • 子どもと学ぼう、からだのしくみ あなたはどれくらいからだを知っていますか? 駅伝シンポジウムにみるPeople-centered Careの発展過程
    佐居 由美, 松谷 美和子, 山崎 好美, 中山 久子, 大久保 暢子, 石本 亜希子, 三森 寧子, 多田 敦子, 印東 桂子, 瀬戸山 陽子, 村松 純子, 小山 敦子, 岩辺 京子, 森 明子, 有森 直子, 今井 敏子, 原 瑞恵, 菱沼 典子
    聖路加看護学会誌 11(1) 116-124 Jun. 2007
    本稿は、聖路加看護大学21世紀COEプログラムの一環である『第7回COE国際駅伝シンポジウム「子どもと学ぼう、からだのしくみ」』の概要を記述し、その運営実施過程を分析評価することにより、People-centered Careの構成要素について考察することを目的とする。第7回駅伝シンポジウムは、5歳児がからだを学べる方法を提示し一般市民と有意義な意見交換を行うことを目的とし、5歳児と両親、保育士や幼稚園教諭、看護師・養護教諭など5歳児にかかわる専門家を対象として開催された。シンポジウムの企画運営は市民との協働で行われた。シンポジウムは、(1)子どもが「からだを学ぶ」ための教材としてのテーマソング「からだフ・シ・ギ」の歌と踊り、(2)人間の消化機能を解説した紙芝居「リンゴがウンチになるまで」の上演、(3)子どもとからだのしくみを学ぶことについてのシンポジウム「子どもと学ぼう、からだのしくみ」から構成された。プログラムは、1プログラム20分以内とし、紙芝居・歌・踊りなどを取り入れ、子どもが飽きない工夫を行った。シンポジウムの運営実施における市民との協働過程においては、これまでのCOE活動から得られたPeople-centered Careの要素[役立つ健康情報の生成][異なる視線でのつながり]等が確認され、「コミュニティに潜伏しているニードを湧きあがらせ(互いに確認し)顕在化させ、活動を専門家との協働へと移行し発展させる」過程を経験し、新たに[互いに確認する過程]という要素を見いだした。また、駅伝シンポジウムにおいて、当初、模索されていた市民との協働(2004年)が、湧きあがったコミュニティとの協働(2005年)へと視点を移し、さらに、協働が進行しているコミュニティと専門家が活動のさらなる展開を共に模索するシンポジウム(2006年)へと、市民との協働のプロセスが発展していることが確認された。コミュニティとのさらなる協働のあり様、「5歳児がからだを学べる方法」の具体的評価方法、などが、今後の課題として再確認された。(著者抄録)
  • 外来における外国人患者の看護 緑内障患者の看護における成功例(Providing Successful Nursing Care to the Foreign Patient with Glaucoma, a Case Study)
    長松 康子, 佐居 由美, 長松 淳一
    聖路加看護大学紀要(33) 55-59 Mar. 2007
    眼科診療所において無症状の緑内障外国人患者に看護介入し、必要な治療継続に成功した症例を報告した。症例は日本人と結婚した40歳代の東南アジアの女性で、ドライアイによる不快感を主訴として他院を受診して左緑内障と診断され、点眼薬を処方されていたが説明不足と患者の理解不足のため投薬を継続せず、緑内障が進行した状態で受診した。そこで、緑内障の教育、点眼薬の目的とその副作用の説明、ドライアイと緑内障の相違、治療に際しての患者の尊重と情報開示、患者の意見の傾聴と希望・質問などの代弁を行った。その結果、患者は診断に対する理解を深め、安心して点眼薬投与を継続し、緑内障のコントロールに成功した。
  • 新卒看護師のリアリティ・ショックに関する実態調査
    佐居 由美, 松谷 美和子, 松崎 直子, 桃井 雅子, 村上 好恵, 平林 優子, 井部 俊子, 塚本 紀子, 高屋 尚子, 飯田 正子, 寺田 麻子, 佐藤 エキ子
    聖路加看護学会誌 10(2) 40-40 Sep. 2006
  • 園児を対象とした「からだの仕組み」についての健康教育プログラム 消化器系の評価
    松谷 美和子, 菱沼 典子, 岩辺 京子, 佐居 由美, 山崎 好美, 中山 久子, 島田 多佳子, 西田 みゆき, 今井 敏子, 瀬戸山 陽子
    聖路加看護学会誌 10(2) 42-42 Sep. 2006
  • 看護における国際協力と協働モデルの概念化 先進国間・先進国と開発途上国間の協働・協力研究の文献検討
    梶井 文子, 山崎 好美, 田代 順子, 鈴木 良美, 菱沼 典子, 堀内 成子, 平林 優子, 酒井 昌子, 有森 直子, 林 直子, 江藤 宏美, 佐居 由美, 林 亜希子
    聖路加看護学会誌 10(2) 46-46 Sep. 2006
  • 看護技術教材としてのe-learning導入の試み
    佐居 由美, 豊増 佳子, 中山 和弘, 塚本 紀子, 小澤 道子, 香春 知永, 横山 美樹, 山崎 好美
    聖路加看護学会誌 9(2) 43-43 Sep. 2005
  • 子どもが自分のからだを学べる教材の開発
    菱沼 典子, 松谷 美和子, 田代 順子, 横山 美樹, 中山 久子, 佐居 由美, 山崎 好美
    聖路加看護学会誌 9(2) 45-45 Sep. 2005
  • ナイチンゲール40歳の著述にみる「Nursing」という言葉の背景「Notes on Nursing」と「Suggestions for Thought」
    助川 尚子, 小澤 道子, 香春 知永, 横山 美樹, 佐居 由美
    聖路加看護学会誌 9(2) 57-57 Sep. 2005
  • 「NOTES ON NURSING」にみる「Nursing」の定義を支えるキーワード
    小澤 道子, 香春 知永, 横山 美樹, 佐居 由美, 助川 尚子
    聖路加看護学会誌 8(2) 40-40 Sep. 2004
  • 臨床実践をイメージした新卒看護師対象の基本的看護技術演習
    高屋 尚子, 寺井 美峰子, 川名 典子, 佐藤 エキ子, 佐居 由美, 横山 美樹, 下枝 恵子, 高井 今日子
    聖路加看護学会誌 7(2) 33-33 Sep. 2003
  • (Reports on International Conferences and Seminars)
    佐居 由美
    Bulletin of St. Luke's College of Nursing(29) Mar. 2003
  • 看護における「安楽」という用語の意味するもの 和文献と実践場面で使用されている側面から
    佐居 由美
    聖路加看護学会誌 6(2) 41-41 Sep. 2002
  • ベッドの居間化 「小物収納」具の実用化へのプロセス
    小澤 道子, 香春 知永, 横山 美樹, 岩田 多加子, 大久保 暢子, 佐居 由美
    聖路加看護学会誌 5(2) 43-43 Sep. 2001
  • ナイチンゲールの考える看護婦像
    小澤 道子, 香春 知永, 佐居 由美, 岩田 多加子, 大久保 暢子
    聖路加看護学会誌 4(2) 56-56 Oct. 2000
  • 熱布による腰背部温罨法の排ガス・排便に対する臨床効果
    菱沼 典子, 香春 知永, 横山 美樹, 佐居 由美
    聖路加看護学会誌 4(1) 30-35 Jun. 2000
    入院中あるいは老人保健施設に入所中の54名に述べ76回の腰背部温罨法を行い,24時間以内の排ガス・排便の有無を調べた.対象者の年齢は24〜97(平均60.3)歳で,排便困難の訴え又は看護婦による排便困難の判断がなされ,温罨法施行の承諾が得られたものとし,疾患は問わなかった.その結果,47.4%に排便,40.8%に排ガスが得られた.排ガス,排便の両方またはいずれかがあった者が61.8%であった.罨法施行後排ガスが得られる迄の時間は,罨法中から12時間以上迄に分布していたが,罨法中が最も多かった.約50%が罨法中から30分後の間に排ガスを得られていた.排便は罨法施行後0.5〜24時間に分布していたが,施行後6時間までと12〜18時間に得られたものが多かった.罨法を受けた対象者の感想は気持ち良かったをはじめ肯定的なものが多かった.以上より本法は,排ガス・排便を促す臨床上有用な看護技術として成り立つ可能性が示唆された
  • 就床安静患者のベッド周囲の小物 手の届く範囲とそれ以外
    佐居 由美, 小澤 道子, 香春 知永, 横山 美樹
    聖路加看護学会誌 3(2) 24-24 Sep. 1999

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