Faculty & Position:Women’s Health/Midwifery  professor
Contact:yaeko-kataoka[at]slcn.ac.jp convert [at] to @
Last Updated: Aug. 07, 2019 at 14:36

Researcher Profile & Settings


    Maternal Infant Nursing & Midwifery

Association Memberships



  • 看護学博士

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Nursing / Clinical nursing
  • Nursing / Lifelong developmental nursing
  • Nursing / Fundamental nursing
  • Nursing / Community health/Gerontological nursing

Research Interests

    , EBM , DV , Quality Indicator

Published Papers

  • 院内助産システムの方針と運用・管理の実態:質問紙を用いたインタビュー調査
    藤田景子, 片岡弥恵子, 石川紀子, 井村真澄, 福井トシ子, 唐沢泉, 菊地敦子, 日隈ふみ子, 松村恵子, 真野真紀子, 吉留厚子, 工藤一子, 須藤桃代, 柏木麻衣子, 島田啓子
    日本助産学会誌 32(2) 147‐158 Dec. 2018
  • Prophylactic management of postpartum haemorrhage in the third stage of labour: an overview of systematic reviews.
    Masuzawa Y, Kataoka Y, Fujii K, Inoue S
    Systematic reviews 7(1) 156 Oct. 2018 [Refereed]
  • 出産後に仕事へ復帰した女性が働きながら母乳育児を継続した体験
    中田かおり, 片岡弥恵子
    日本助産学会誌 32(1) 49‐59 Jun. 2018
  • Experiences of being screened for intimate partner violence during pregnancy: a qualitative study of women in Japan.
    Kataoka Y, Imazeki M
    BMC women's health 18(1) 75 May 2018 [Refereed]
  • Factor Structure of the Conflict Tactics Scale 1.
    Baba K PhD, Takauma F Rn, Tada K PhD, Tanaka T Rn, Sakanashi K Ms, Kataoka Y PhD, Kitamura T PhD
    International journal of community based nursing and midwifery 5(3) 239-247 Jul. 2017 [Refereed]
  • Principles of care for women experiencing intimate partner violence: Views of expert Japanese health professionals and advocates.
    Umeda M, Kataoka Y, Miller E
    Health care for women international 1-15 Jul. 2017 [Refereed]
  • Maternal and neonatal outcomes in birth centers versus hospitals among women with low-risk pregnancies in Japan: A retrospective cohort study.
    Kataoka Y, Masuzawa Y, Kato C, Eto H
    Japan journal of nursing science : JJNS 15(1) 91-96 Mar. 2017 [Refereed]
  • Simulation training program for midwives to manage postpartum hemorrhage: A randomized controlled trial.
    Kato C, Kataoka Y
    Nurse education today 51 88-95 Jan. 2017 [Refereed]
  • Cooling the lower abdomen to reduce postpartum blood loss: A randomized controlled trial.
    Masuzawa Y, Kataoka Y, Nakamura S, Yaju Y
    PloS one 12(10) e0186365 2017 [Refereed]
  • Uterine activity during the two hours after placental delivery among low-risk pregnancies: an observational study.
    Masuzawa Y, Yaeko K
    The journal of maternal-fetal & neonatal medicine : the official journal of the European Association of Perinatal Medicine, the Federation of Asia and Oceania Perinatal Societies, the International Society of Perinatal Obstetricians 30(20) 2446-2451 Nov. 2016 [Refereed]
  • Factors contributing to postpartum blood-loss in low-risk mothers through expectant management in Japanese birth centres.
    Eto H, Hasegawa A, Kataoka Y, Porter SE
    Women and birth : journal of the Australian College of Midwives Nov. 2016 [Refereed]
  • A cross-sectional survey of policies guiding second stage labor in urban Japanese hospitals, clinics and midwifery birth centers.
    Baba K, Kataoka Y, Nakayama K, Yaju Y, Horiuchi S, Eto H
    BMC pregnancy and childbirth 16 37 Feb. 2016 [Refereed]
  • Survey of intimate partner violence before and during pregnancy among Japanese women.
    Kataoka Y, Imazeki M, Shinohara E
    Japan journal of nursing science : JJNS 13(1) 189-195 Jan. 2016 [Refereed]
  • Outcome evaluation of an educational program for Japanese midwives to promote breast awareness for women.
    Kataoka Y, Ohbayashi K, Suzuki K
    Women and birth : journal of the Australian College of Midwives 28(4) e164-70 Dec. 2015 [Refereed]
  • Comparison of Policies for the Management of Care for Women and Newborns During the Third Stage of Labor Among Japanese Hospitals, Clinics, and Midwifery Birth Centers.
    Yaeko Kataoka, Nakayama K, Yaju Y, Eto H, Horiuchi S.
    Int J Childbirth 5(4) 200-209 Sep. 2015 [Refereed]
  • 子育て期の女性および乳がん体験者が考える乳がん検診の受診を促進する要点
    林 直子, 鈴木 久美, 今葷倍 真紀, 片岡 弥恵子, 大坂 和可子, 大林 薫, 小松 浩子
    保健の科学 57(8) 567-573 Aug. 2015
  • Risk factors for postpartum hemorrhage; a retrospective multivariate analysis
    Health science research 27 29-34 Jan. 2015 [Refereed]
  • Identifying child abuse and neglect risk among postpartum women in Japan using the Japanese version of the Kempe Family Stress Checklist.
    Baba K, Kataoka Y
    Child abuse & neglect 38(11) 1813-1821 Nov. 2014 [Refereed]
  • Prevalence and risk factors of intimate partner violence among pregnant women in Japan.
    Kita S, Yaeko K, Porter SE
    Health Care For Women International 35(4) 442-457 Apr. 2014 [Refereed]
  • Prophylactic interventions after delivery of placenta for reducing bleeding during the postnatal period.
    Yaju Y, Kataoka Y, Eto H, Horiuchi S, Mori R
    Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 11(11) CD009328-CD009328 Nov. 2013 [Refereed]
  • Outcomes of independent midwifery attended births in birth centres and home births: a retrospective cohort study in Japan.
    Kataoka Y, Eto H, Iida M
    Midwifery 29(8) 965-972 Aug. 2013 [Refereed]
  • Barriers and Factors Promoting Continuation of Domestic Violence Screening and Support SYstems at Perinatal Settings in Japan.
    宮崎 千香, 片岡 弥恵子, 篠原 枝里子
    聖路加看護学会誌 17(1) 19-26 Jul. 2013
    Objectives:This study aimed to describe the efforts of hospitals working to support women who experienceddomestic violence (DV). We describe barriers occurring at the introduction of a support and resolution process. Also,we describe the barriers and factors promoting continuation of support systems, and an agenda for the future.Methods:Participants were leaders of hospital DV teams that support women who experienced DV. Four hospitalsprovided a total of 15 consent-informed participants.Results:Medical staff faced four difficulties when starting to support the women: (1) Not all medical staffwere aware or interested in DV, (2) Staff feel it is a‘burden’to support battered women, (3) Shortage of co-workers,(4) Staff were concerned about lacking sensitivity in talking about DV with patients. There were five factorsassociated with success for a continuous support system for women who experienced DV: (1) Hospital philosophyand medical treatment policy focused on human rights, (2) Some of the nurses or midwives were highly consciousabout providing support for the women, (3) A relationship of trust between women and midwives, (4
  • Development and Evaluation of an Educational Program that Supports Midwifery Students' Birth Review Practice.
    西部 未希, 片岡 弥恵子, 萩尾 亮子
    聖路加看護大学紀要(39) 20-27 Mar. 2013
    Objective Purpose of this study was to develop and evaluate an educational program for midwiferystudents designed to enhance students’ ability using the birth review with mother in the clinical settings. Method Contents of program focused on the method of birth review and included a lecture and roleplaying with simulated patients, which aimed for improvement in communication skills. Participants weremidwifery students who had completed their delivery practicum. Data were collected by questionnaire andinterviews from midwifery students who performed birth review after the program. Descriptive statisticswas also performed. The Ethics Committee of St. Luke’s College of Nursing approved the protoco(l No.10-033). Result Twenty midwifery students were consent-informed participants. The two-hour program wasconducted five times. Over 90% of students thought the duration, place of lecture and role-playing were‘appropriate’. A majority of students(65%)had great satisfaction with the lecture of birth review and25% were only a ‘little satisfied’. A large majority of students(80%)had greatly satisfied with lecture ofcommunication and role playing. Some stud
  • Analysis of birth outcomes associated with using : Guidelines for the admission pregnant women
    Okada Chie, Eto Hiromi, Kataoka Yaeko, Yanai Haruo
    Maternal health 53(4) 505-514 Jan. 2013
    The purpose of this study was to evaluate Fukutomi's 2008 "Guidelines for Admitting Pregnant Women". Fukutomi's guidelines for women who may require hospital admission for delivery classified women into three risk levels: (1) midwife management (low-risk) ; (2) obstetrician consultation / cooperation (medium-risk) ; and (3) obstetrician examination / management (high-risk). It contained 124 items. Data were from 963 patient records from a convenience sample of medical facilities, treating mainly low-risk pregnant women in Japan. Multiple logistic regression analysis was conducted on two outcomes, caesarean section (C-section) and neonatal' transportation. Nine factors showed significant associations with C-section as outcome, and two factors showed significant associations with neonatal transport as outcome. Three perinatal factors: "Gestational Diabetes mellitus (GDM) (past history)", "canalis cervicis uteri length shrinkage" and "premature birth signs in at 30-36 weeks" resulted in C-section. Two factors, "fetal growth restriction (FGR) in pregnancy at 20 weeks" and "GDM (past history)" resulted in transport of newborn infants. Therefore four risk level factors having significant associations were removed from the medium-risk obstetrician consultation / cooperation level and added to the high-risk obstetrician examination / management level. The added risk factors were: (1) "GDM (past history)", (2) "macrosomia or FGR in 20 to 29 weeks", (3) "macrosomia or FGR in 30 to 36 weeks" and (4) "mother's age of 35 years old or older and primipara".
  • Development and Evaluation of a Leaflet on Prophylactic Vitamin K for Neonates
    (38) 10-17 Mar. 2012 [Refereed]
    〔Abstract〕Objectives To develop a leaflet for women in the prenatal period regarding vitamin K deficiency bleedingand its prevention, and to evaluate its utility from women’s point of view.Method The leaflet was developed based on a literature review; it included the goal and purpose ofadministering vitamin K, methods of vitamin K prophylaxis and benefits and harm of oral prophylaxis. Anonymousquestionnaires provided background information of participants and feedback on the content and form of theleaflet.Result Responding were 20 women (10 pregnant women and 10 women in postpartum) of whom 80 % wereprimiparas. Before reading the leaflet, 55 % of participants responded that they did not know about vitaminK prophylaxis for newborns. Half of the postpartum women reported they had no explanation by health careproviders about administration of vitamin K. In terms of evaluation of the content of the leaflet, almost allwomen answered: it was “easy-to-understand”. Introduction of lists of food full of vitamin K was useful forall women. The form of the leaflet was evaluated positively because it was concise and friendly. About 95%of women responded that information
  • A Study on the Development of Computer Based Testing(CBT) for a Common Achievement Test for Nursing Colleges in Order to Maintain Students’ Competency for Practical Nursing - With Emphasis on Item Creation and Statistical Analysis of Pilot Testing -
    (38) 1-9 Mar. 2012 [Refereed]
    〔Abstract〕 With the rapid increase of the number of nursing universities in Japan, the importance of evaluating thelevel of practical nursing ability required by graduation is increasing. Therefore, it is of urgent importance to develop a common achievement test available to nursinguniversities throughout Japan to evaluate the level of competency and knowledge required for a nursingstudent to begin clinical practice in hospitals or health facilities. For the purpose of developing such a test, 1,120 multiple choice items were made from the 18 nursingdomains, which are divided into the three areas: basic medicine, basic nursing and clinical nursing. Then pilot testing was conducted in both paper-based and computer-based forms with the 730 students and220 students respectively. The total of the alpha reliability of the three areas turned out to be high. Therefore the usefulness of the computer-based examination was confirmed in comparison with the paperbasedtest.
  • Implementation and evaluation of DV screening and support for women after labor
    Nagasaka Keiko, Inoue Kozue, Horii Izumi, Miyagawa Emiko, Umeda Yumi, Taki Mayumi, Kataoka Yaeko
    Maternal health 52(4) 529-537 Jan. 2012 [Refereed]
    Objectives: Domestic violence (DV) against women is a serious social issue in Japan. We implemented DV screening, discussion and follow up for women after childbirth in an urban hospital OBGYN unit according to the DV guidelines. The objectives of the study were to describe results of the DV screening and evaluate the screening system. Methods: We extracted data from women's medical charts who delivered beginning November 2006 through December 2008, which included: background demographics, results of DV screening score (positive or negative), record of counseling and follow up for abused women. Associations between DV screening and pregnancy were examined and records of discussion were analyzed in the view of women's needs and midwives' assessments. Result: The Violence Against Women Screen was given to 1505 postpartum women out of 1535 (implementing rate 98.7%). Screened positive were 123 (8.2%) women. Midwives discussed the situation and feelings with all the women who screened positive and then provided them with community resources. Records analysis of discussions indicated 33% of women screening positive needed immediate support or required follow up. The discussion with midwives lasted around 30 minutes, and midwives provided appropriate resources suited for women's situations. Conclusion: The DV screening had been integrated in the functioning of the OBGYN unit. In order to continue effective screening of DV new midwives must receive adequate training in how to use this screening tool.
  • The Survey of Siblings' Attendance at Birth in Tokyo
    (37) 1-5 Mar. 2011
    Purpose : The purpose of this study was to identify and compare the percent age of institutions inTokyo allowing husbands or siblings to attend birth.Methods : Hospitals, clinics and birth centers, engaged in birthing as of the end of November 2009in Tokyo were identified using Internet sites, books, telephone directories and involved professionals.Data regarding the establishments allowing attendance of husband and siblings at the birth wereextracted.Result : Located were 230 institutions engaged in birthing in Tokyo : hospitals(99), clinics(88) andbirh centers(43). The percentage allowing the attendance of siblings was : 22.2% for hospitals, 43.2%for clinics and lOO% for birth centers. The lowest rate was university hospitals at 4.5%. The percentageallowing the attendance of the husband was : 96.0% for hospitals, 94・3% for clinics and lOO% for birthcenters.Conclusion : The majority of the study sample allowed husbands but not siblings at the birth in Tokyo.Education of health care providers about the concept of family-centered birth and improvement in themedical environment may eventually promote sibling attendance at birth.
  • Feasibility of the kemp assessment screening for potential child abuse and neglect in the postnatal period
    ARAI Kaori, KATAOKA Yaeko
     24(2) 215-226 Dec. 2010
  • Self-administered questionnaire versus interview as a screening method for intimate partner violence in the prenatal setting in Japan: A randomised controlled trial
    Kataoka Y., Yaju Y., Eto H., Horiuchi S
    BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 84-90 Dec. 2010 [Refereed]
  • Intimate partner violence against Japanese and non-Japanese women in Japan: a cross-sectional study in the perinatal setting.
    Inami E, Kataoka Y, Eto H, Horiuchi S.
    Jpn J Nurs Sci. 7(1) 84-95 Jun. 2010 [Refereed]
  • Breastfeeding mothers identify attitudes and actions of healthcare professionals that resulted in confusion and anxiety about breastfeeding
     24(1) 17-27 Jun. 2010 [Refereed]
  • Intimate Partner Violence Screening and Intervention Practices of Health Care Providers in Japan.
    (36) 59-63 Mar. 2010 [Refereed]
  • Evaluation of The Program for Nurse-Midwives Promoting Breast Awareness
     13(2) 1-10 Jul. 2009 [Refereed]
    This research aims to evaluate the change in midwife’s knowledge, attitude, and behaviors by implementingeducational program for promotion of breast awareness to the midwives providing breast care to the women in thechild-raising years. Using anonymous questionnaires made by the researcher, the change of three time points; justbefore and after the program, and one month after the program, was evaluated. Total number of attendance were 42and valid responses by one-month-old were 37. (Valid collection rate: 88.1%) Regarding the educational activity, 17 attendants (40.5%) answered before the program, “It is conducted to allthe women in the child-raising years” or “It is conducted if necessary.” However, one month after, 31 attendants(81.5%) answered, “It was conducted or scheduled.” The ratio to conduct an educational activity was increased.Regarding the knowledge, resulting from one-way analysis of variance by repeated measure, main effect of score wassignificant. (F=81.634, p<0.001) Furthermore, resulting from multiple comparisons, each score from just before toafter and from just after to one month after rose and signifi
  • Breast Awareness Promotion:Development, Implementation and Evaluation of An Educational Program for Nurse-midwives
     13(1) 8-16 Mar. 2009 [Refereed]
    This study had two objectives:to develop an education program for promoting breast awareness among midwives responsible for providing breast care services during the puerperium and infancy, and then to conduct a process evaluation of the program to identify potential modifications and enhancements. The program, based on the HealthBelief Model, was designed to equip midwives with key concepts and information for use in promoting breast awareness among breastfeeding mothers. It also aims to promote breast awareness among midwives themselves, and encourage them to educate others on breast awareness in the course of their duties.The program was delivered once in October 2007. All components were completed on schedule, and the total duration was five hours and 20 minutes. The program comprised the following:a lecture by a breast surgeon; stories from breast cancer sufferers;a presentation on breast awareness; training using breast palpation models;and smallgroup workshops on incorporating breast awareness into midwife services.Anonymous questionnaires were used to gain general background information on participants and feedback on program content and delivery. Descript
  • Basic study on the skin temperature of pregnant women with sensitivity to the coldness and lower back pain
    Momoi Masako, Horiuchi Shigeko, Kataoka Yaeko, Eto Hiromi
    Maternal health 49(4) 507-512 Jan. 2009 [Refereed]
    In 68 pregnant women, the relationship between sensitivity to cold in the leg and skin temperature (deep and surface temperatures) and the relationship between lumbago and skin temperature were analyzed. Of these 68 women, only 38 had subjective sensitivity to coldness. The deep temperature at the sole of the foot and the surface temperature of the big toe for the group with sensitivity to cold were lower than those in the group without this sensitivity, but the deep temperature at the forehead and the surface temperature at the calf were comparable between the two groups. Also, the difference between the deep temperature at the sole of the foot and the deep temperature at the forehead for the group with sensitivity to cold was significantly higher (p<0.05). Regarding the relationship between lumbago and skin temperature, the deep temperature at the sole of the foot and the surface temperature of the big toe for the group with lumbago were significantly higher than those for the group without lumbago (p<0.05 and 0.001, respectively). Also, the difference between the deep temperature at the sole of the foot and the deep temperature at the forehead for the group with lumbago was significantly smaller (p<0.05). The deep temperature at the forehead and the surface temperature at the calf were comparable between the two groups. Further analysis is needed regarding the effects of body temperature during pregnancy and greater uterine volume on lumbar nerves to establish measurement methods of skin temperature reflecting sensitivity to cold and lumbago.
  • Impacts of a sexuality education class on children, pregnant mothers and their family : changes in mothers' feelings, concerns and family response
    KATAOKA Yaeko, SUTOU Hiroe, NAGAMORI Kumiko, HORIUCHI Shigeko
     22(2) 158-169 Dec. 2008 [Refereed]
  • A foreign woman who decided to separate from her partner because of his violence: A case study.
     12(2) 33-40 Jul. 2008
    Objectives: We provided care based on the “Clinical Guideline on Domestic Violence Victims in Perinatal ClinicalSettings” in a hospital in Tokyo to a woman from Southeast Asia who had experienced domestic violence (DV).Theaim of this study is to describe the process of Ms. A’s pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum and her words, behaviorand appearance that might have related to DV.Methods: For this case study, records of the researcher, who was also in charge of providing care for Ms. A, were theprimary data source.Medical records of doctors and nurses provided supplementary data.Results: Data were organized into eight scenes: 1) visiting the hospital, 2) childbirth, 3) disclosure of DV, 4)assessment of DV, 5) agreement to receive assistance, 6) safety planning, 7) seeking social resources, and 8) followupassistance.Ms. A came to the hospital for the first time at 37 week gestation with her two-year-old daughter.She said she had left her home after an argument with her husband.At 39 weeks Ms. A delivered her healthy 3500gram baby in four hours.The following day’Ms.A’s disclosure and responses to the self-administered screeningscale
  • Changes in Mother's Feelings and Behaviors toward First-Born Child
    Sutou Hiroe, Kataoka Yaeko
    Journal of St. Luke's Society of Nursing Research 11(1) 19-28 Jun. 2007 [Refereed]
    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to describe expectant mothers' feelings and concerns about their first-bornchild before and after participating in the “Welcome, My New Family“ class.Method: Three pregnant mothers, each with a 3 year-old first-born child, gave their consent to participate in thisstudy. Data were collected using semi-structured interviews. Interviews were done a week before the class, a weekafter the class, two months after the class, and one month after childbirth.Results: Participants experienced changes in their feelings. Their feelings were described along following fivetopics: “regression by the first-born child“, “reactions of the first-born child to second-born child“, “processes ofpregnancy/delivery“, “presence of family members at delivery“, “child care for two children“. Mother A searchedfor the maternity hospital that allowed her first-born child to be present at delivery because she had thought it wasimportant for the child. She developed more understanding about bringing the new baby home. Mother B, althoughshe faced the future calmly and could cope with her first-born child, felt anxiety and pressu
  • Development of an evidence-based domestic violence guideline: supporting perinatal women-centered care in Japan
    Shigeko Horiuchi, Yukari Yaju, Yaeko Kataoka, Hiromi Grace Eto, Naoko Matsumoto
    Midwifery-yaeko-kataoka Apr. 2007 [Refereed]
  • The applicability of women-centered care: Two case studies of capacity-building for maternal health through international collaboration
    Shigeko Horiuchi, Yaeko Kataoka, Hiromi Eto, Michiko Oguro, Taeko Mori
    Japan journal of nursing science 3(2) 143-150 Dec. 2006 [Refereed]
  • Implementing and evaluating a new sibling preparation class for children and parents
    NAKAMURA Ayako, KATAOKA Yaeko, HORIUCHI Shigeko, TSUCHIYA Mayumi, TANAKA Shinobu, YAJIMA Chihiro
     20(2) 85-93 Oct. 2006 [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

  • ガイドラインをどう実践に活かしていくか 実装研究(Implementation research)の活用
    飯田 真理子, 江藤 宏美, 片岡 弥恵子, 宍戸 恵理, 下田 佳奈, 田所 由利子, 馬場 香里, 増澤 祐子, 八重 ゆかり, 一般社団法人日本助産学会ガイドライン委員会
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2019
  • 産後尿閉となった女性の経過
    川添 いづみ, 片岡 弥恵子
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2019
  • 全国の産科施設におけるローリスク妊婦に対する妊娠期ケアの実態調査
    井上 さとみ, 片岡 弥恵子, 江藤 宏美
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2019
  • 産科に携わる看護職を対象とした虐待予防のためのWeb-learningプログラムの開発
    馬場 香里, 片岡 弥恵子
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2019
  • タンザニア助産師に対する胎児超音波診察技術の遠隔教育の実現可能性
    新福 洋子, 川瀧 元良, 波々伯部 佳子, 工藤 孔梨子, 清水 周次, 張 東曜, 李 怡盈, 片岡 弥恵子, 五十嵐 由美子, 山崎 麻子
    日本遠隔医療学会学術大会プログラム・抄録集 Nov. 2018
  • 実地指導者が新人助産師の分娩期における気づきと解釈を促進する教育
    山本真実, 片岡弥恵子
    母性衛生 Sep. 2018
  • 助産実践のための分娩期ガイドラインの作成 分娩第3期の積極的管理と待機的管理ではどちらが望ましいか?
    増澤祐子, 飯田真理子, 江藤宏美, 片岡弥恵子, 宍戸恵理, 宍戸恵理, 下田佳奈, 田所由利子, 馬場香里, 八重ゆかり, 堀内成子, 堀内成子
    母性衛生 Sep. 2018
  • 助産実践のための分娩期ガイドラインの作成 第1度,第2度会陰裂傷は縫合が必要か?
    飯田真理子, 江藤宏美, 片岡弥恵子, 宍戸恵理, 宍戸恵理, 下田佳奈, 田所由利子, 馬場香里, 増澤祐子, 八重ゆかり, 堀内成子, 堀内成子
    母性衛生 Sep. 2018
  • 助産外来及び院内助産の運営の実際から推奨される院内助産システムモデルの提案
    石川紀子, 福井トシ子, 藤田景子, 片岡弥恵子, 井村真澄
    日本周産期・新生児医学会雑誌 Jun. 2018
  • 安産への祈りを込める着帯―はらおび体験会at水天宮―
    平出美栄子, 今村理恵子, 矢島藍, 藤田恵理子, 松崎政代, 片岡弥恵子
    日本助産師学会抄録集 May 2018
  • 妊娠後期女性におけるクラリセージ・ラベンダー精油,ジャスミン精油による足浴前後のオキシトシン・コルチゾールの変化:非無作為化臨床試験
    田所由利子, 堀内成子, 堀内成子, 高畑香織, 岡美雪, 周尾卓也, 片岡弥恵子, 八重ゆかり
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2018
  • 正期産で出生した母乳栄養児における臍帯結紮のタイミングの黄疸への影響:ランダム化比較試験
    篠原枝里子, 片岡弥恵子, 大野孝代, 松嶋裕美
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2018
  • 助産師によるエモーショナルサポートと母子のボンディングの関係性の探索
    横井美由貴, 片岡弥恵子
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2018
  • 日本初DNP(Doctor of Nursing Practice)コースのカリキュラムの概要
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2018
  • Early Essential Newborn Careのタンザニアへの展開
    新福洋子, 福冨理佳, 五十嵐由美子, 山本詩子, 片岡弥恵子, 堀内成子
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2018
  • 妊娠期の助産ケア 助産実践のための妊娠期ガイドラインの作成 会陰裂傷予防のための効果的な方法は?
    増澤 祐子, 堀内 成子, 浅井 宏美, 飯田 真理子, 江藤 宏美, 片岡 弥恵子, 田所 由利子, 八重 ゆかり
    母性衛生 Sep. 2017
  • 分娩期のケア 助産実践のための分娩期ガイドラインの作成 微弱陣痛による分娩進行異常に人工破膜は有効か
    飯田 真理子, 田所 由利子, 浅井 宏美, 江藤 宏美, 片岡 弥恵子, 増澤 祐子, 八重 ゆかり, 堀内 成子
    母性衛生 Sep. 2017
  • 分娩期の助産ケア 助産実践のための分娩期ガイドラインの作成 乳房・乳頭刺激は分娩誘発の効果があるか?
    江藤 宏美, 飯田 真理子, 増澤 祐子, 田所 由利子, 浅井 宏美, 片岡 弥恵子, 八重 ゆかり, 堀内 成子
    母性衛生 Sep. 2017
  • 周産期異常の臨床判断力を高める助産教育プログラムの実施と評価
    小黒 道子, 片岡 弥恵子, 蛭田 明子
    母性衛生 Sep. 2017
  • 第2子以降の子どもを出産する女性に向けた子育てや生・性に関するブックレットの作成と専門家による評価
    永吉 智恵美, 片岡 弥恵子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 Sep. 2017
  • 虐待対応セミナー なぜ、その親子が気になると思ったのか 妊娠期からの気づき、支援
    片岡 弥恵子
    日本小児救急医学会雑誌 May 2017
  • 臨床指導者が捉える助産学生の分娩期ケア能力の学習到達度に対する調査
    井村 真澄, 片岡 弥恵子, 大田 えりか, 喜多 里己, 新田 真弓, 斎藤 英子, 千葉 邦子, 竹形 みずき, 全国助産師教育協議会2015厚生労働省特別事業研究プロジェクトチーム
    日本助産学会 Mar. 2017
  • 分娩介助例数の実習評価表に基づく実態調査
    井村 真澄, 片岡 弥恵子, 大田 えりか, 喜多 里己, 新田 真弓, 斎藤 英子, 千葉 邦子, 竹形 みずき, 全国助産師教育協議会2015厚生労働省特別事業研究プロジェクトチーム
    日本助産学会 Mar. 2017
  • 妊娠期乳がん・既往乳がん妊産婦への支援
    松岡 彩香, 片岡 弥恵子
    日本助産学会 Mar. 2017
  • 東京都内の助産所と病院の周産期アウトカムの比較[2001-2008年]
    片岡 弥恵子, 増澤 祐子, 加藤 千穂, 江藤 宏美
    日本助産学会 Mar. 2017
  • 産後ケア事業において助産師が抱えている問題
    齋藤 友花里, 片岡 弥恵子
    日本助産学会 Mar. 2017
  • 臨床指導者が捉える助産学生の分娩期ケア能力の学習到達度に対する調査
    井村 真澄, 片岡 弥恵子, 大田 えりか, 喜多 里己, 新田 真弓, 斎藤 英子, 千葉 邦子, 竹形 みずき, 全国助産師教育協議会2015厚生労働省特別事業研究プロジェクトチーム
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2017
  • 助産師を対象とした「分娩後出血対応シミュレーションプログラム」のプロセス評価
    加藤 千穂, 片岡 弥恵子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 Sep. 2016
  • 妊娠期シングルマザーの心身社会的特徴 非シングルマザーとの比較から
    丸山 菜穂子, 堀内 成子, 片岡 弥恵子
    母性衛生 Sep. 2016
  • 関東圏内における産後ケア事業の実施状況
    齋藤 友花里, 片岡 弥恵子
    母性衛生 Sep. 2016
  • 妊娠期シングルマザーの心身社会的特徴 非シングルマザーとの比較から
    丸山 菜穂子, 堀内 成子, 片岡 弥恵子
    母性衛生 Sep. 2016
  • 分娩後出血の予防介入と子宮収縮活動の関連性 外側陣痛トランスジューサを用いて
    増澤 祐子, 片岡 弥恵子
    日本助産学会誌 Mar. 2016
  • 児童虐待を支援する専門職の認識する虐待と影響要因
    馬場 香里, 片岡 弥恵子
    日本助産学会誌 Mar. 2016
  • 常位胎盤早期剥離を起こした妊婦に対する助産師のアセスメントとケア
    高木 由希, 片岡 弥恵子
    日本助産学会誌 Mar. 2016
  • 著者をエンパワメントする査読コメントを書こう
    山本 則子, 浅野 みどり, 荒木 暁子, 和泉 比佐子, 牛久保 美津子, 内田 陽子, 遠藤 淑美, 大久保 暢子, 落合 亮太, 小野 智美, 片岡 弥恵子, 河野 あゆみ, 佐伯 圭一郎, 佐伯 由香, 酒井 明子, 佐藤 紀子, 清水 安子, 鈴木 みずえ, 田中 美智子, 長谷川 真澄, 春名 めぐみ, 眞嶋 朋子, 三木 明子, 宮下 光令, 吉沢 豊予子, 吉田 俊子, 宮本 有紀, 日本看護科学学会和文誌編集委員会
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 Nov. 2015
  • 新しい家族を迎えるためのクラスが父親に与える影響 父親の第1子や家族に対する気持ちの変化
    石渡 智恵美, 片岡 弥恵子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 Sep. 2015
  • 高等学校・保健「キャリアプラン妊娠・出産」授業案と教材開発
    森 明子, 片岡 弥恵子, 五十嵐 ゆかり, 蛭田 明子, 小黒 道子, 飯田 真理子, 新福 洋子, 川元 美里
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 Sep. 2015
  • 産科救急シミュレーションプログラムの評価尺度の開発
    加藤 千穂, 片岡 弥恵子, 五十嵐 ゆかり, 蛭田 明子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 Sep. 2015
  • Correlations of Intimate Partner Violence During Pregnancy and Birth Outcomes in Japan
    Masuzawa Y, Matsui A, Kond M, Kataoka Y, Eto H.
    The ICM Asia Pacific Regional Conference 2015 Jul. 2015
  • The Effects of Intimate Partner Vioence on Women’s and Neonatal Health
    Yamada R, Kataoka Y, Horiuchi S.
    The ICM Asia Pacific Regional Conference 2015 Jul. 2015
  • Changes in Uterine Electromyography form the Second Stage of Delivery Until Two Hours After Delivery: A Case Study
    Masuzawa Y, Okamoto T, Kobayashi M, Horie Y, Kataoka Y
    The ICM Asia Pacific Regional Conference 2015 Jul. 2015
  • 常位胎盤早期剥離を起こした妊婦の症状 事例集積研究
    高木 由希, 片岡 弥恵子
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2015
  • 乳がん合併妊産婦の看護ケアの明確化
    増澤 祐子, 片岡 弥恵子
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2015
  • 妊娠前後のドメスティック・バイオレンスの比較
    片岡 弥恵子, 今関 美喜子
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2015
  • 分娩後出血シミュレーショントレーニングプログラムの評価
    五十嵐 ゆかり, 蛭田 明子, 片岡 弥恵子, 佐藤 理恵, 豊嶋 優子, 加藤 千穂
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2015
  • イーラーニングによる分娩後出血対応の教育プログラムの評価
    加藤 千穂, 片岡 弥恵子, 五十嵐 ゆかり, 蛭田 明子
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2015
  • 助産業務ガイドライン2014 助産師共通の業務安全指針としての理解を深めるために 妊婦適応リスト 作成にあたっての基本的な考え方と改正の概要
    片岡 弥恵子
    日本助産学会誌 Feb. 2015
  • 乳がん早期発見のための乳房セルフケア促進プログラムの効果
    鈴木 久美, 大畑 美里, 林 直子, 片岡 弥恵子, 大坂 和可子, 池口 佳子, 府川 晃子, 小松 浩子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 Nov. 2014
  • ハイリスク産科医療施設とローリスク施設(病院と助産所)における周産期データの比較
    渡邉 佳子, 鈴木 千智, 江藤 宏美, 片岡 弥恵子
    母性衛生 Aug. 2014
  • 妊娠後期におけるDVスクリーニングと背景因子との関連
    松井 鮎子, 近藤 雅美, 江藤 宏美, 片岡 弥恵子, 高田 律美, 増澤 祐子
    母性衛生 Aug. 2014
  • 乳がん早期発見のためのセルフケアを促すDVD教材の開発と妥当性の検討
    鈴木 久美, 林 直子, 大畑 美里, 片岡 弥恵子, 脇田 和幸, 濱岡 剛
    日本乳癌学会総会プログラム抄録集 Jul. 2014
  • Masters Education for Nurse-Midwives : Is it necessary ?
    Hiromi Eto, Yaeko Kataoka, Shigeko Horiuchi, Akiko Mori, Naoko Arimori, Masako Momoi, Kumiko Nagamori, Kaoru Osumi, Sachiyo Nakamura,
    28th International Congress of Midwives 2008 Jun. 2008
  • Screening and assessment for domestic violence against women in postnatal care in Japan
    Yaeko Kataoka, Keiko Nagasaka, Kozue Inoue, Izumi Norii, Mayumi Taki
    28th International Congress of Midwives 2008 Jun. 2008
  • Supports for Women's Health throughout Their Life Cycle
    SAITO Masuko, KIMURA Yoshihide, IWASAKI Kazuyo, KATAOKA Yaeko, MORIOKA Yukiko
    Journal of Japanese Society of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology Nov. 2007
  • Development Process: Clinical Guidelines for Domestic Violence Victims in Perinatal Clinical Settings
     Mar. 2003


  • 早産と助産師のケア 切迫早産妊婦への訪問看護の試み
    片岡弥恵子, 宍戸恵理
    助産雑誌 72(9) 671‐675-675 Sep. 2018
  • 「院内助産・助産師外来ガイドライン2018」院内助産の拡大を目指して 助産外来・院内助産に関するヒヤリング調査からみえてきたもの
    助産雑誌 72(8) 583‐587-587 Aug. 2018
  • 日本助産学会 エビデンスに基づく助産ガイドライン 妊娠期・分娩期2016の概要(The outline of "Japan Academy of Midwifery: Evidence-based guidelines for midwifery care in pregnancy and childbirth-2016 edition")
    飯田 真理子, 片岡 弥恵子, 江藤 宏美, 田所 由利子, 増澤 祐子, 八重 ゆかり, 浅井 宏美, 櫻井 綾香, 堀内 成子, 日本助産学会
    日本助産学会誌 32(1) 73-80 Jun. 2018
    周産期を通して安全で快適なケアを提供するには助産実践指針が必要である。日本助産学会は健康なローリスクの女性と新生児へのケア指針を示した「エビデンスに基づく助産ガイドライン-妊娠期・分娩期2016」を刊行した。この2016年版は2012年版に新たに妊娠期の臨床上の疑問(Clinical Question、以下CQ)を13項目加え、既にある分娩期のCQ30項目には最新のエビデンスを加えた。このガイドラインでは助産実践を行う上で日常助産師が遭遇しやすい臨床上の疑問に答え、ケアの指針を示している。推奨は最新のエビデンスに基づいているため、ここに示している内容は現時点での"最良の実践"と考える。本ガイドラインに期待する役割は次の3つである:1)助産師がエビデンスに基づいたケアを実践し、女性の意思決定を支援するための指針としての役割、2)助産師を養成する教育機関において、日進月歩で進化していく研究を探索する意味を学び、知識やケアの質が改善している事実を学ぶ道具としての役割、3)研究が不足し充分なエビデンスが得られていない課題を認識し、研究活動を鼓舞していく役割。そして本稿においてガイドラインの英訳を紹介する目的は次の通りである:1)日本の助産師が編纂したガイドラインを世界に紹介・発信すること、2)日本の研究者が英語で本ガイドラインを引用する際の共通認識として用いること。2016年版では、合計43項目のCQに対して推奨を示しているが、次の6つに関しては産科領域で広く用いられているものの、医行為に関わるため推奨ではなく「エビデンスと解説」にとどめている:CQ1分娩誘発、CQ2卵膜剥離、CQ7硬膜外麻酔、CQ21会陰切開、CQ26会陰縫合、CQ28予防的子宮収縮薬投与。2012年版から推奨が改訂されたCQは次の通りである:CQ3乳房・乳頭刺激の分娩誘発効果、CQ9指圧、鍼療法の産痛緩和効果、CQ14指圧、鍼療法の陣痛促進効果。なお、本論文の一部は「エビデンスに基づく助産ガイドライン-妊娠期・分娩期2016」からの抜粋であり、推奨の部分は翻訳である。(著者抄録)
  • Conclusions from an Early Essential Newborn Care Seminar Held at a Health Facility in Tanzania
    福冨理佳, 五十嵐由美子, 新福洋子, 片岡弥恵子, 堀内成子
    聖路加国際大学紀要 4 58‐62 Mar. 2018
  • 【看護師国試 新出題基準 その意図と現場の対応】 (Part.2)各科目についての考察 母性看護学 改定委員の立場から
    片岡 弥恵子
    看護展望 42(9) 0848-0851 Jul. 2017
  • 【産科出血に立ち向かう-どこまでできる?診療所から大学病院まで】 分娩後出血対応における助産師の役割
    片岡 弥恵子
    産科と婦人科 84(5) 602-605 May 2017
  • ドメスティック・バイオレンス(DV)のない社会をめざして(第4回) 周産期におけるドメスティック・バイオレンス(DV)に関連する問題と対応
    片岡 弥恵子
    保健の科学 59(4) 257-260 Apr. 2017
  • エビデンスに基づくガイドライン 妊娠期・分娩期 2016
    堀内 成子, 浅井 宏美, 飯田 真理子, 江藤 宏美, 片岡 弥恵子, 櫻井 綾香, 田所 由利子, 増澤 祐子, 八重 ゆかり, 日本助産学会,エビデンスに基づく助産ガイドライン妊娠期・分娩期2016ガイドライン委員会
    日本助産学会誌 30(別冊) 1-126 Jan. 2017
  • 【助産師が押さえておきたいガイドライン エビデンスに基づいたケアを実践するために】 エビデンスに基づく助産ガイドライン-分娩期2012
    片岡 弥恵子, 『エビデンスに基づく助産ガイドライン-分娩期2012』ガイドライン委員会
    ペリネイタルケア 35(11) 1061-1065 Nov. 2016
  • 産科救急シミュレーションの効果に関する文献レビュー
    加藤 千穂, 片岡 弥恵子
    日本助産学会誌 29(1) 4-14 Jun. 2015
    目的 本研究の目的は、既存の文献より、産科に従事する医療者に対する産科救急シミュレーションの効果について明らかにすることである。方法 PubMed、CINAHL Plus With full text、The Cochrane Library、Maternity and Infant Care、医学中央雑誌Ver.5にて検索を行い、Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventionsに基づいて、文献の批判的吟味と分析を行った。結果 RCT5件を分析対象とし、採用文献のバイアスのリスクは低いと判断した。介入を高忠実度(high-fidelity)シミュレーションとし、対照群はシミュレーションを実施しない、低忠実度(low-fidelity)シミュレーション、レクチャーと設定した。パフォーマンスについては、高忠実度シミュレーションのほうが低忠実度シミュレーション、レクチャーと比較しパフォーマンスが向上した。また、高忠実度と低忠実度の比較では、肩甲難産の管理ついては高忠実度群のほうが、パフォーマンスが向上するが、子癇の管理については有意な差は見られなかった。知識については、高忠実度と低忠実度で差はなく、コミュニケーション技術は、シミュレーターの忠実度による差はない、もしくは低忠実度シミュレーションのほうが、コミュニケーション技術が向上するという結果であった。結論 子癇、肩甲難産の管理に関する高忠実度シミュレーションは、トレーニングを実施しないことや、レクチャーと比較し、パフォーマンスを向上させる。しかし、シミュレーターの忠実度の違いによる知識、コミュニケーションへの明らかな効果は認められなかった。今後は、子癇、肩甲難産以外のプログラムや、産科合併症など長期的アウトカムの評価が求められる。(著者抄録)
  • 助産師の卒後教育における分娩後出血シミュレーショントレーニングプログラムの開発
    蛭田 明子, 五十嵐 ゆかり, 佐藤 理恵, 豊嶋 優子, 加藤 千穂, 片岡 弥恵子
    聖路加国際大学紀要 1 127-130 Mar. 2015
  • 使える!助産ケアのエビデンス(第46回) 出生後に、新生児の臍帯の消毒は必要か?
    江藤 宏美, 八重 ゆかり, 堀内 成子, 片岡 弥恵子, 松本 直子, るかデンス研究会
    ペリネイタルケア 29(10) 982-987 Oct. 2010
  • いろいろな臨床試験のケースレポート 温泉のRCTから看護のSRまで 助産領域のRCTとSR
    片岡 弥恵子
    薬理と治療 38(5) 451-456 May 2010
  • 周産期におけるドメスティック・バイオレンスの被害者支援 NTT東日本関東病院での取り組み
    長坂 桂子, 井上 梢, 片岡 弥恵子
    家族看護 8(1) 111-117 Feb. 2010
  • 【退院に向けての褥婦のアセスメント&サポート】 家族関係に問題が予測される褥婦のアセスメントと、退院に向けての支援
    片岡 弥恵子
    ペリネイタルケア 28(12) 1192-1197 Dec. 2009
  • Review of Undergraduate Exchange Program : Outcomes and Learning from the Exchange Program in Yonsei University
    (34) 15-22 Mar. 2008
  • Review of 2006 Undergraduate Exchange Program: Outcomes and Learning from Hosting International Nursing Students from Mahidol University and Yonsei University.
    (33) 39-47 Mar. 2007
  • Development of a graduate program in women's health and midwifery education and utilizing of international exchange agreement.
    (32) 28-36 Mar. 2006
    St. Luke's College of Nursing (SLCN) has expanded its graduate program by adding a Women's Health and Midwiferycourse in April 2005. There were major challenges both within the college and with other institutions in developing this new program. There are two courses, one for academic researchers and one for advanced practitioners. Permission to implement the program was granted with the understanding that, in addition to completing the master's course, those advanced practitioners who wish to qualify to sit for the national midwifery exam must also enroll in the specified courses necessary to take the exam. In the interest of developing midwifery education in the master's program, in August 2004 we invited faculty from our sister school, Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) School of Nursing, and held a seminar. This was easily accomplished due to the International Exchange Agreement between OHSU and SLCN. The seminar included the introduction and comparison of the midwifery programs at each institution, an educational lecture, observing training at the college, and visiting a birth center. In February of the following year we visited OHSU. In order to pr
  • The Nurse Clinic : toward an Integration of Clinical Nursing Practice, Research and Education
    Kataoka Yaeko, Hayashi Naoko, Kawagoe Hiromi
    Journal of St. Luke's Society of Nursing Research 9(1) 37-44 Jun. 2005
    The "Nurse Clinic", a new nursing service model, was established in 2004 to facilitate the integration of nursing practice, research and education in the Research Center for Development of Nursing Practice, St. Luke's College of Nursing. The objective of the current report is to describe the services of the Nurse Clinic in 2004. In addition, the utilization was analyzed and the limitations and solutions are presented. Three services were established in a private clinic setting : "Consultation for cancer patients in the terminal stage", "Lactation clinic" and "Consultation for the elderly and their families". Four targeted small or large groups were established : "Self help group for women who lost a newborn baby", "Support program for breast cancer survivors", "Siblings' class on childbirth" and "Information exchange meeting with chronically ill children and their family". These services were developed by researchers in the Research Center. Although these services in the Nurse Clinic were diverse, the shared purpose was to provide nursing care for clients using professional nursing skills and knowledge independently. Some problems arose during this year, such as poor utilization. Four tasks were identified that could expand and improve the Nurse Clinic in the future. First, the need to start a new service that provides primary health care in the community. Second, in order to operate the Nurse Clinic effectively and efficiently a person should be employed to manage all of the services. In addition, a management system using the internet should be developed. Third, an examination of the effectiveness of publicity activities is necessary. Fourth, an evaluation of the Nurse Clinic should be implemented of not only the clients' health status but also of the economics of the Clinic.
  • Safety management for independent midwives
    ETO Hiromi, ARIMORI Naoko, HORIUCHI Shigeko, KATAOKA Yaeko, NOGUCHI Makiko, IMAMURA Tomoko
     18(1) 56-61 Jun. 2004
  • Nursing Care of Female Victims of Sexual Assault and Violence : A Hospital-based Questionnaire Survey
    Kataoka Yaeko, Shitaya Emi, Kano Naomi, Ohtake Mayumi
    Journal of St. Luke's Society of Nursing Research 8(1) 1-10 Jun. 2004
    Objectives : The purpose of this survey was to document the nurses' practice for female victims of sexual assault or violence. In addition, we analyzed the difficulties and problems that nurse had with the care of the victims. Methods : We conducted a cross-sectional survey of 1528 nurses who were working at hospitals around Tokyo from December, 1998 to April, 1999. Nurses completed self administered, anonymous questionnaire including how many female victims they had cared for; the type of outpatient clinic or ward where victims went where they received nursing care; what kind of experience nurses had with the victim. The return rate was 66.0 % (1005). Results : Of the 1005 nurses, 202 (20.1%) provided care to female victims of sexual assault or violence. Psychiatry, OBGYN, and emergency department nurses reported they had provided care for victims more than the other nurses. The reasons why victims attended clinics were injury, to test for STD and pregnancy, or to be safe. Nurses focused on mental health care for victims, but not on providing resource information and referrals. Only 10 % of nurses had received education for the care for victims of sexual assault. Lack of knowledge and skills in caring for victims, secondary traumatic stress due to hearing the victims' experience and lack of empathy or keeping a distance from the victim caused a barrier in caring for victims of sexual assault or violence. Conclusion : Providing some care for female victims of sexual assault or violence was common in health care settings in Japan, however, most nurses were not adequately trained. As a result of this study, it is clear we need to develop a care protocol for victims including appropriate training for nurses. In addition, we should establish the support system for nurses to prevent secondary traumatic stress.
  • Evaluation of Educational Program for Nurses Focusing on Sexual Assault
    KATAOKA Yaeko
    Journal of Japan Academy of Nursing Science 24(1) 3-12 Apr. 2004
  • Approaches to Women's Health and Survivors of Domestic Violence in Canada.
    (29) 32-39 Mar. 2003
    We are in the process of developing guidelines about supporting domestic violence survivorsfor health care providers and institutions based on research evidence. In this reportwe describe what we gained from attending a six-day program on this topic at the Children's& Women's Health Centre of British Columbia (B.C. Women's), a large and prestigiousinstitution for women's health care. Our purpose in attending was to gaininformation related to medical, nursing and social welfare activities for survivors of domesticviolence, to get suggestions about making guidelines for such activities and to makecontact with other participants from Japan.B.C. Women's is guided by the principle that it ought to provide 'woman centered care',and, in doing so, respect women and ensure their safety. B.C. Women's provides highquality health services for women and infants during the peri-natal period, genetic counseling,and a broad range of specialized women's health services. At B.C. Women's there arecollaborative relationships among the clinical, research, and teaching staff.In interviews, program participants suggested that it was important to provide sensitivecare at ho
  • Approaches to Women's Health and Survivors of Domestic Violence in Canada
    ETO Hiromi, MORI Akiko, MITSUHASHI Yasuko, KATAOKA Yaeko
    Bulletin of St. Luke's College of Nursing(29) 32-39 Mar. 2003
    We are in the process of developing guidelines about supporting domestic violence survivors for health care providers and institutions based on research evidence. In this report we describe what we gained from attending a six-day program on this topic at the Children's & Women's Health Centre of British Columbia (B.C. Women's), a large and prestigious institution for women's health care. Our purpose in attending was to gain information related to medical, nursing and social welfare activities for survivors of domestic violence, to get suggestions about making guidelines for such activities and to make contact with other participants from Japan. B.C. Women's is guided by the principle that it ought to provide 'woman centered care', and, in doing so, respect women and ensure their safety. B.C. Women's provides high quality health services for women and infants during the peri-natal period, genetic counseling, and a broad range of specialized women's health services. At B.C. Women's there are collaborative relationships among the clinical, research, and teaching staff. In interviews, program participants suggested that it was important to provide sensitive care at hospitals based on the principle of woman centered care, educate and train all staff, and built networks with other care providers and organizations in the community who are interested in domestic violence and the well-beine of women and families.
  • Nurses' attitude and knowledge about sexual assault
    KATAOKA Yaeko, HORIUCHI Shigeko
    Journal of Japan Academy of Midwifery 15(1) 14-23 Aug. 2001
    The purpose of this study was to examine nurses' attitudes toward sexual assault, general knowledge of sexual assault, and comprehension of nursing care for survivors, and explored the relationship between these aspects and personal characteristics of the nurse.
    379 nurses working on obstetric/gynecologic (OBGY), surgery, and emergency room units at 11 hospitals and 1 clinic participated in this survey. The Rape Supportive Attitude Scale (RSAS) was translated by the author. The Test of General Knowledge of Sexual Assault and the Comprehension Test of Nursing Care for Rape Survivors were author-developed. Factor analysis of the RSAS yielded four factors:(1) image of the rape victim and justification of assailants, (2) some rape is induced by women and is their responsibility, (3) women's sexual preferences, (4) men desire rape.
    As a result, three personal characteristics of nurses were correlated with the dependent variables: being a midwife, working in OBGY and interest in nursing care for rape survivors. Midwives had more favorable attitudes toward survivors (RSAS), higher general knowledge of sexual assault, and greater knowledge of nursing care.
    The above findings, together with the findings that 71% of respondents were interested in nursing care for survivors but few had the chance to learn, indicate that an educational program that focuses on the nursing care for rape survivors should be planned for nurses.
    Japanese journal of public health 47(5) 394-403 May 2000
  • Program Evaluation and Description of Change with Advanced Clinical Nursing Practice Course Students to Participating Three Day Seminar Program for Team Building in the Master's Programs.
    (39) 36-46
     St. Luke’s college of nursing graduate school held the“ Three Days Seminar Program for Team Building”with the 24 participants of the advanced clinical nursing practice course students, as part of the master’sprogram special lecture“ Team Building ” . The authors evaluated the program based on the questionnaires,filled by the participants before and after the program, about ① Team building ability, ② Team assessmentability and ③ Program satisfactions. The seminar consisted of short lectures; What is team in health care? etc., the challenge program;Experiential leaning cycle program based on the adventure activities, case studies with team approach, andpresentations with small groups. These were organized to increase the depth of the team ability based onthe experience and debriefing. According to the questionnaires compared before the program to after, the “following own decision” ( p =0.01) and the “ self-conscious ” ( p <0.01) on the scale of the independent andinterdependent construal of self were decreased. Meanwhile, the “ relation and membership ” ( p <0.01),the“ measure for problem solving ”( p <0.01)
  • An Experiment in Midwifery Education -A New Method to Reinforce the Ability to Diagnose -
    (24) 60-65
    In our midwifery program, the goal is to prepare students who can integrate knowledge, diagnose individually, and plan uniqe care.During the theoretical component of our program, students acquired knowkedge through lectures.The students had not yet had the opportunity to gain experience in the clinical setting.When students tried to understand a real phenomenon, like that of childbirth, they had difficulty.We, therefore, developed a new teaching method to assist the student in achieving our goal. In order to reinforce the ability to diagnose, we planned no lectures, but instead, planned the review of many paper patiens.We developed simulated practices in the classroom, lectures by specialists, and practices in hospitals and birth centers where case studies were reviewed to help students conceptualize real cases. In this paper, we will describe the process of how we considered this new teaching method and how we applied it in our program.
  • Participation in the Second International Conference of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centers for Nursing and Midwifery.
    (25) 81-86
    The Second International Conference of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery was held in Korea this past year.St.Luke's College of Nursing joined in the poster session in the “Expo Nursing Edu“which focused on nursing education, specifically education for nursing specialists.The midwifery curriculum and master and doctoral courses were introduced in the poster session.Information exchange and discussion at this session gave us an opportunity to learn more about the current status of education in universities in various countries and territories.Throughout the conference, we found opportunities for collaboration within the global network, regional offices, countries and centers.We also gained a greater understanding of global and regional viewpoints, and we obtained information and recommendations as to our role as a member of the WHO Collaborating Centres.
  • The trend of midwifery education. -a report on 25th ICM congress at Manila in 1999-
    (26) 81-85
    The 25th ICN Congress was held in Manila, Philippines in May 1999.More than 1000 midwives participated in the congress whose main theme was “Midwifery and Safe Motherhood:Beyond 2000“.Our poster presentation, entitled “Intensive Midwifery Program in the College of Nursing“, focused on our new midwifery program and it's evaluation.We discussed and exchanged information about teaching methods and the midwifery education curriculum with midwives from England, the Netherlands, and other midwives from all over the world.In addition, we were able to explore new topics in midwifery during the congress.

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