TAKAHASHI Keiko

Faculty & Position:Fundamentals of Nursing/ Biobehavioral Nursing   associate professor
Contact:takahashi-keiko[at]slcn.ac.jp convert [at] to @
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Last Updated: May 31, 2019 at 05:04

Researcher Profile & Settings

Education

  • 2001St. Luke's College of Nursing Graduate School, Division of Nursing
  • 1993Tokyo Medical and Dental University Faculty of Medicine

Qualification

  • 看護学博士

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Nursing / Clinical nursing

Research Interests

    , Science of Nursing

Published Papers

  • Restructuring the Concept of "People-Centered Cere" Promoting Partnerships between Community Members and Health Care Providers
    TAKAHASHI Keiko,KAMEI Tomoko, OMORI Junko, ARIMORI Naoko, ASAHARA Kiyomi, HISHINUMA Michiko, SHIMPUKU Yoko, TASHIRO Junko, OHASHI Kumiko, ASAZAWA Kyoko
    Bulletin of St. Luke's International University 4 9-17 Mar. 2018 [Refereed]
  • Toward Advanced Nursing Practice along with People-Ceneterd Care Partnership Model for Sustainable Universal Health Coverage and Universal Access to Health
    Kamei T, Takahashi K,Omori J,. Arimori N.,Hishinuma M., Asahara.,K., Shimpuku Y.,Ohashi K., Tashiro J.
    Revia Latino-Americana de Enfermagem 25(e2839) 1-10 Mar. 2017 [Refereed]
  • Growth and Awareness of the Nurses from Self-Reflections as a Health Counselor for the General Public
    髙橋 恵子
    聖路加国際大学紀要 = Bulletin of St. Luke's International University 1 12-19 2015
  • Evaluation of the Activity for Health of the Local Community:LUKANAVI Health Navigation, Managed by St.Luke's College of Nursing.
    (39) 47-55 Mar. 2013 [Refereed]
     Purpose To evaluate the activities of the community-based “LUKANAVI Health Navigation”(LUKANAVI), offered at the nursing college and to discuss its future direction. Method We systematically summarized all the minutes, event records, annual reports and academic reportand compared the outcome with its objective based on the following four aspects:implementation, networkwith the community, education and academic research. Result LUKANAVI has become a successful useful health information navigation spot for the localcommunity and provides an educational field for the graduate students in a way that contributes to theiracademic research. Advanced college researchers(instructors, lecturers and professors)have also spun offprojects from the activities. Conclusion Because LUKANAVI has contributed to enhancing the practical ability of the nursing collegeleading to an ideal of“ Academic Nursing Practice” it should be continued.

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Assessment scale for people-centered care in the community: developmental process and face validity
    Takahashi, K., Kamei, T., Arimori, N., Asazawa, K., Asahara, K., Shimpuku, Y., Hishinuma, N., Tashiro, J. and Ohshi, A.
    12th Biennial Conference and Meetings of the Global Network of World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifely Jul. 2018
  • Concepts of a People-Centered Care Model Based on Shared Partnerships between Community People and Health Care Professionals in the Unprecedented Japanese Aging Society
    Takahashi K,Kamei T,Omori.J、Hishinuma M. et al.
    11th Biennial Conference of the Global Network of WHO Collaborationg Centeres for Nursing and Midwifery, in Glasgow. Jul. 2016
  • Visitor's Evaluation of a Nursing College's Health Consultation Service Activities for Citizens
    Yamaoka E, Hishinuma M, Ishikawa M, Yamada M, Oguchi E, Yoshida C, Takahashi Keiko, Ookubo N, Uchida C, Indo K, Sato K, Fujita J, Sato N.
    The first Asia-pacific conference on health promotion and education :APHPE (in Chiba)  Jun. 2009
  • Health Information Service Activities at a Nursing College in Japan; Evaluation from the Perspective of Community-based Activities
    Keiko Takahashi,Michiko Hishinuma,Michiko Ishikawa, Naoko Okubo, Naoko Matsumoto, Chikako Uchida, Eri Yamaoka, Masako Yamada, Keiko Indo
     Nov. 2007
  • Evidence-based practice for physical exercise in adults cancer survivors
    Akiko Tonosaki, Masami Satoh,Satoko Imaizumi, Keiko Takahashi, Keisuke Koizumi
     Feb. 2007
  • Effects of Psycho-education Group Program for Patients with Hematological Malignancies in Japan
    Tahakashi (Shimoeda)I Keiko
    International Mental Health Nursing Conference May 2003
  • The Awareness of Japanese BS Students of the significance of a Psychiatric Nursing Clinical Practicum
    The International Society of Psychiatric Mental Health Nurses Apr. 2002

Misc

  • Development of Systematic and Practice-based Education Programs for People-Centered Care in Luke-Navi of Health Navigation Spot
    TAKAHASHI Keiko,KAMAI Tomoko, HISHINUMA Michiko, IBA Noriko, ASAKAWA Kumiko, SATO Naoko, SATO Kumiko
    Bulletin of St. Luke's International University 4 63-67 Mar. 2018
  • State of Art of the ”Service-Learning Course" at St. Luke's International University
    TAKAHASHI Keiko,TAKEISHI Norifumi, OKUBO Nobuko, MATHUTANI Miwako, TASHIRO Junko, OGAKI Naoko, MIYAZAKI Junko
    Journal of St. Luke's Society of Nursing Research 4 85-90 Mar. 2018
  • Activity Report of St. Luke's International University WHO Collaborating Center for Nursing Development in Primary Health Care: Participation in WHO Collaborating Centers Nursing and Midwifery Global Network Meeting and ICN Conference 2017
    TAKAHASHI Keiko,KAMEI Tomoko, SHIMPUKU Yoko
    Bulletin of St. Luke's International University 4 53-57 Mar. 2018
  • People-Centered Care PCC Guide
    Takahashi K., Kamei T., Omori J., Asahara K.,Hishinuma M., Arimori N .,Shimpuku Y.,Tashiro J.,Ohashi K.
     2017
  • Congress Attendance Report for WHOCC Nursing and Midwifery Global Network Scientific and General Meetings 2014 in Portugal
    髙橋 恵子, 有森 直子, 田代 順子
    聖路加国際大学紀要 = Bulletin of St. Luke's International University 1 118-122 Mar. 2015
  • Activity Evaluation from a First Time Participant’s Questionnaire of “ Lunch Time Open Lecture on Health and Music Concert for the Public”
    (40) 118-121 Mar. 2014
    The “Luke Navi Lunch time open lecture on health and music concert for the public” occurs once a month at the St. Luke’s College of Nursing. This study aimed to anonymously evaluate the participation in such an event using a questionnaire. The results indicated 493 participants had attended the event 20 times between May 2010 and May 2013, of which 178 had participated for the first time in this event. Based on the responses to the questionnaire, first-time participants experienced high levels of satisfaction. It was found that by providing a combination of the music concert and lecture, participants had a higher tendency to attend such an event. In addition to promotion via posters, the possibility of improving public relations using new media such as Twitter and the Web has been suggested as a manner of informing the public in the future.
  • Current Status of The Joint Research Project :“ New Health College in FY2012”; by St. Luke’s College of Nursing and TERUMO Corporation -“ St. Luke’s Academic Seminar for the Community” and“ College Seminar” -
    (40) 94-98 Mar. 2014
    The consortium between St. Luke’s College of Nursing and TERUMO Corporation was launched in December 2007 as one of the joint research projects between an academic organization and a private company. Using this model our project(New Health College)began in FY2012 in order for the local citizens to improve their own health. The project has two sub-projects :(1)“St. Luke’s Academic Seminar for the Citizens” and(2)“College Seminar”. A lecture called “A mental preparedness for living on one’s own”was held in FY2012 related to the former sub-project, in which 344 citizens participated. The latter subproject had 164 participants participating in the four-part series:“ Know Your Body”. Seventy percent of the participants were over 60 years old. The ratio of men to women was 2 : 8.Based on the evaluation questionnaires, these projects contributed to strengthening citizens’ self-awareness for their own health. Positive feedback such as :“ I gained lot’s of new health information”,“ I could refresh my self-understanding for my health” and“ I gained one’s will to live”indicated the projects’ positive effects.
  • Current Status of the Joint Research Project:“New Health College in FY2011“; Responses from Participants in the Two Sub-projects of “St.Luke's Academic Seminar for the Community“ and “College Seminar“ by St.Luke's College of Nursing and TERUMO Corporation
    高橋 恵子, 牛山 真佐子, 山田 雅子
    聖路加看護大学紀要(39) 81-86 Mar. 2013
     The consortium between St. Luke’s College of Nursing and TERUMO Corporation was launched inDecember 2007 as one of the joint research projects between an academic organization and a privatecompany. Using this model our project(New Health College)began in FY2011 in order for the local citizensto improve their own health. The project has two sub-projects:(1)“St. Luke’s Academic Seminar for theCitizens” and(2)“College Seminar” . A lecture called “A Grass-roots Medical Mechanism based on theCitizens’ Active Commitment” was held in FY2012 related to the former sub-project, in which 350 citizensparticipated. The latter sub-project had 150 participants in the three-part series:“Know Your Body, CareFor Yourself”. Seventy percent of the participants were over 60 years old. The ratio of men to women was 4:6. Based on the evaluation questionnaires, these projects contributed to strengthening citizens’ self-awarenessfor their own health. Positive feedback such as:“I could refresh my self-understanding for my health”,“I gained lot’s of new health information” and “I really appreciate to the programs per-se” indicated theproj
  • St.Luke's College of Nursing Disaster Nursing Project Hopes and Connections Activity Report : Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing & Midwifery Development The 9th International Conference 2012 - Kobe, JAPAN
    Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing & Midwifery Development The 9th International Conference 2012 - Kobe, JAPAN Jul. 2012
  • Usefulness of Psycho-education Group Program for Out-patients with Hematological Malignancies
    (38) 18-24 Mar. 2012
    〔Abstract〕 This study examined the usefulness of a program designed to assist patients with a hematologicalmalignancy to come to terms and to cope with the reality of their disease. The program consisted of groupprocess and psycho-education, known to enhance mental stability, was provided for the patients. Changes in patients’ mental status and course of coping were measured. Subjects were 23 patients.Measurement was the Profile of Mood States (POMS) and a numerical scale for coping and a comment pagefor qualitative data. These were distributed to the participants at three time points: before the participation,right after the interview and three months after the interview. T-test was conducted on the numerical datawhereas the contents analysis was done on the qualitative data. The average age of the participants was 60.1. According to POMS, Total Mood Disturbance (TMD) andDepression/Discouragement and Avoidance/Escape were both significantly improved by this program(p<0.05). Comments indicated, some mental instability caused by the lingering anxiety about the possibility ofrecurrence of the disease and/or for the current health condition. In conclusion, al
  • Hopes and Connections Project: The Interim Report on Support for Disaster Victims in Fukushima Prefecture by St. Luke’s College of Nursing
    (38) 34-38 Mar. 2012
    〔Abstract〕 Since April 2011, a month after the March 11 Great East Japan Earthquake, the Research Center for theDevelopment of Nursing Practice at St. Luke’s College of Nursing (SLCN) in Tokyo has been involved in the“Hopes and Connections Project” to support disaster victims in Fukushima Prefecture. The “Hopes and Connections Project” was launched by the nonprofit organization Japan Clinical ResearchSupport Unit, with the cooperation of SLCN. Areas in which the project is active are Iwaki, Soma and Koriyama cities in Fukushima Prefecture. One ortwo nurses associated with SLCN have been sent to each city on a continual basis. A total of 363 nurses hadbeen sent to these cities as of August 31, 2011. The nurses working in Iwaki are providing nursing care in evacuation centers and visiting homes indisaster-stricken areas to assess the needs of residents and engage in supportive activities. In Soma, nursesare providing assistance to the activities of a mental health care team and helping to work toward thesystematization of community mental health in the area. In Koriyama, nurse volunteers are visiting thetemporary housing facilities of evacuees from
  • Public Relations Activities of a Health Information Service Facility in a Nursing College
    Hishinuma Michiko, Ishikawa Michiko, Takahashi Keiko, Matsumoto Naoko, Suzuki Kumi, Uchida Chikako, Kanazawa Junko, Yoshikawa Nahoko, Kawagoe Hiromi
    Journal of St. Luke's Society of Nursing Research 11(1) 76-82 Jun. 2007
    Purpose: A health information service facility, where people can stop by to get health information, was opened on a nursing college campus three years ago. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relation between the increase of people who use the facility and public relations (PR) activities carried out by the facility staff. Method: Data were collected from the record of visitors to the health information service facility and from the reports of the PR activities in the period between April 2004 and December 2006. PR activities were ordered along a timeline, and the change of the number of visitors and inquiries from external parties was studied. Result: PR activities for the three-year period were classified into two categories: "PR activities for public awareness" and "events to which people are invited", both of which were supported by "companionship with neighbors" and "cooperation with key persons in the community." "PR activities for public awareness" included transmission of information through special events, website, posters, and leaflets. "Events to which people are invited" included scheduled events such as free tea service and short lectures followed by a concert at lunchtime. The number of visitors for health consultation increased from 31.7 per month in 2004 to 88.4 per month in 2006. Also in 2005, 12% of visitors were repeat visitors. Nearby stores accepting promotion media for the facility also increased in number; now 31 stores display posters and 10 offer information cards. There were inquiries from local governments and a visit from professionals. Discussion: PR activities can be considered effective because the number of visitors has increased and the service facility has been better recognized among people.
  • Cooperation between Nurses in the Radiology Unit and Inpatient Units when Providing Psychological Support to Patients Receiving Interventional Radiology : Problems and Solutions
    KURODA Masako, TAKAHASHI Keiko, ASAI Nozomi, IMAI Yuuko, KANEKO Mariko, SEKIGUCHI Kazuko, KAWANAMI Hitomi, NOGUCHI Junko, FURUDATE Miyuki, UCHIDA Mami, MURATA Hiroaki, KOMATSU Michie
    Bulletin of St. Luke's College of Nursing(31) 51-55 Mar. 2005
    As the use of interventional radiology (IVR) increases, the necessity of nurses to understand this treatment also increases. This survey study describes the cooperation issues between radiology unit's nurses and inpatient unit's nurses who care for the same patients receiving IVR. The focus was about the present status of problems and solutions when psychological supporting of the patient who receives IVR. Of the 190 questionnaires mailed to 190 nurses, physicians and radiology technicians participating in the Interventional Radiology Study Group, 144 (75.8%) were returned. Content analyses was used to classify and analyze the responses. A major theme was noted : "Inadequate reporting about the physical and psychological needs of the patient about to receive IVR occurred between the radiology unit and the inpatient unit". The specific contents of the problem were : "inadequate reporting of information about the patient", and "and inadequate reporting about the patient care protocol governing effective preparation of the patient for IVR." However, a number of solutions were also documented from the content analysis. It was found that the Radiology nurses : "constructed of a system to support the patient", "engaged in increased communication between the staff", "strengthened nurse knowledge and understanding about IVR", and "provided patients with an orientation to the IVR environment and protocol before the IVR treatment". Cooperating so that continuous quality nursing care can be performed will be important. It is recommended that nurses
  • A Report of the Bioethics Study Group : Search for Spiritual Care
    NISHIMURA Tetsuro, HORIUCHI Shigeko, ITO Ryuko, OSAKO Tetsuya, SHIMOEDA Keiko, MATSUMURA Chizuka, IBA Noriko, AOKI Mikiko, ARIMORI Naoko, KATSURAGAWA Junko, KAWACHI Kanako, NAKAGOMI Satoko, NODA Yoko
    Bulletin of St. Luke's College of Nursing(30) 48-56 Mar. 2004
    The Bioethics Study Group was formed in the year of 2000 by a group of graduate students of this college, T. Nishimura the instructor of the bioethics course being an advisor. The Group met once a month and each participant took his/her turn presenting a case study relating one's own field of nursing. This report, after a brief sketch of the work up to 2003, summarizes the discussions on Search for Spiritual Care the Group devoted in 2003. In the beginning is described a view on "Spirituality" and "Spiritual Care" in general and follow the discussions based on the cases six members introduced of each one's special area. The following are the topics of the discussions ; (1) advanced medicine and spiritual care in the area related to assisted reproduction, (2) in child health nursing area, about spiritual care for a mother and her child based on literature reviews related to the growth of children, (3) in adult nursing area, about spiritual care in finding the meaning of life through diet, (4) in psychiatric nursing area, about spiritual care for a patient to regain eagerness for life, (5) in home nursing area, about a difficulty of spiritual care for a patient who lost his wife, and (6) in palliative care area, about spiritual care of a dying patient. It is the wish of the Group to continue the study and inquiry keeping clinical developments in mind and reaffirming the importance of spiritual care to uphold the "Dignity of life".
  • Professional Organizations and Academic Conferences in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing : An International Perspective
    HAYAMA Yumiko, MIZUNO Eriko, OKADA Yoshie, SHIMOEDA Keiko
    Bulletin of St. Luke's College of Nursing(28) 116-122 Mar. 2002
    This paper describes ways in which psychiatric and mental health nurses have organized professional organizations and presented academic conferences; the paper is based on our own experiences and internet search. There are four organizations in the United States; American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA), Society for Education and Research in Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing (SERPN), International Society of Psychiatric Consultation Liason Nursing (ISPCLN) and Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nurses (ACAPN). SERPN, ISPCLN and ACAPN united to establish the International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses (ISPN) in 1999. The purpose of their alliance was to increase the political power of nurses in the mental health field; However APNA still has not yet joined the alliance due to some organizational reason. The Royal College of Nursing in the United Kingdom has been organizing two academic conferences: International Conference of the Network for Psychiatric Nursing Research (NPNR) and European Mental Health Nursing Conference, both of which have had their seventh annual meetings. Psychiatric mental health nursing is a minor field, with smaller numbers of clinicians and researchers compared to other nursing fields. Thus, nurses in many other developed countries do not organize academic societies or even professional groups in this field. In Japan, we have the Japanese Psychiatric Nursing Association which has 30 to 40 thousand members and also the Japan Academy of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. Only in Japan and the United States are there both professional and academic organizations. In Japan, it is mission of both organizations to foster international networking among psychiatric mental health nurses since our consumer group is still suffering fom stigma and unequal status every where in the world.
  • EFFECTS of psycho-education group program for patients with hematological malignancies in Japan
    International Mental Health Nursing Conference  66 2003

Research Grants & Projects

  • Evaluation of Reflection Program which promoted People Centered Care for Nurse
    Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(挑戦的萌芽研究)
    Project Year: 2012 - 2013  Investigator(s):Keiko TAKAHASHI
    This paper reports on the planning and outcome of a Reflection Program aimed to promote nurses' People Centered Care. Program evaluation was based on questionnaires and group interview collected from the 11 program participants(nurses).The program ran from December to January, 2014. There were three content areas (health concerns for people and individual work, group work) in the program. At the end of program, anonymous questionnaires and group interview were conducted and collected.The results of questionnaires suggested the program was well received. In reference with program contents, more than 90 percent of participants were satisfied with the program. The positive results of questionnaires about the overall program suggested the program was well received as a pilot project.

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