YAMADA Masako

Faculty & Position:Home Care Nursing   professor
Contact:masaymd[at]slcn.ac.jp convert [at] to @
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Last Updated: Sep. 01, 2020 at 05:07

Researcher Profile & Settings

Qualification

  • 看護学修士

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Life sciences / Basic nursing

Research Interests

    , CBT

Published Papers

  • 看護技術評価の試み−看保連の立場から
    山田雅子, 井部俊子, 岡谷恵子, 任和子, 浅田美和, 小野田舞, 斎藤訓子, 田倉智之
    日本内科学会誌 103(12) 2913-2917 2014
  • 訪問看護ステーションにおける夜間・早朝サービス提供体制の変化 2003年と2009年の全国調査から
    村嶋 幸代, 田口 敦子, 永田 智子, 成瀬 昂, 桑原 雄樹, 福田 敬, 山田 雅子, 田上 豊
    厚生の指標 60(2) 1-9 Feb. 2013
    目的 本研究では,訪問看護ステーション(ST)における夜間・早朝訪問看護体制の変化を明らかにすること,および夜間・早朝の計画的訪問を実施しているSTの特徴を明らかにすることを目的として調査を行った。方法 全国のSTに質問紙を送付し,郵送で回収した。2003年は全3,013ヶ所,2009年は全3,578ヶ所のSTを対象とした。STの属性,夜間・早朝の訪問看護の対応体制,電話対応の回数および臨時訪問回数,夜間・早朝の計画的訪問を実施していないSTにはその理由を尋ねた。分析方法は,単純集計の後,2003年と2009年の比較を行うことで6年間の夜間・早朝の訪問看護体制の推移を明らかにした。比較には,χ2検定,Fisherの直接確率検定,t検定,Mann-Whitney検定を用い,有意水準は両側5%とした。結果 回収数は,2003年は1,891(有効回答62.8%),2009年は1,188(有効回答33.2%)であった。「2交替または3交替」の体制をとっているSTは,2003年と2009年を比較すると,0.3%から0.6%へと移行し,倍にはなったもののさほど変化がみられなかったが,夜間・早朝の計画的訪問の実績のあったSTの割合は,2003年と比べて2009年には,いずれの時間帯も増加傾向であった。計画的訪問を実施していないSTに時間帯別に「計画的訪問を実施していない理由」を尋ねたところ,2003年に比べて2009年には,「ニーズがない」がいずれの時間帯においても有意に減少し,一方で「ニーズはあるが人手が整わない」が有意に増加していた。結論 ST利用者は,1ヶ所ST当たり50名程度と少ないため,小さなSTでは夜間・早朝の計画的訪問では安定的な利用者確保が難しい。よって,夜間・早朝には,複数のSTで連合体制を組めるような報酬体系や支援体制が必要である。具体的には,現在,医療保険では同一日には1ヶ所のSTしか報酬を請求できないことが連合体制の推進を阻んでいるため,日中と夜間とを分けて請求することを可能にする,地域ごとに夜間・早朝の訪問看護を担うべき基幹型のSTを設置する等の制度設計が急務である。さらに,ST管理者に夜間・早朝の利用者ニーズは認知されるようになってきたものの,訪問看護師不足が明らかとなった。地域全体の課題として保健所等で人材育成を行い,人材確保に取り組むことが肝要である。(著者抄録)

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Inernational Comparison of Oncologi Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice and Education : Imprications for Expanding Their Scope of Practice in Japan
    Kayo Hirooka, Masako Yamada, Megumi Umeda
    15th International Confernce on Cancer Nursing Aug. 2008

Misc

  • 平成29年度教育改革推進事業 患者の「動く」を支援する教育・実践連携事業 「うごぷろ」実施報告
    奥 裕美, 佐居 由美, 佐藤 直子, 中村 加奈子, 高井 今日子, 山田 雅子
    聖路加国際大学紀要 5 63-67 Mar. 2019
  • 【「在宅看護」ってなんだろう?-実践に新たな光をあてる在宅看護学の誕生へ】 在宅看護学の誕生に向けて 実践を体系化し、新たな実践を育む「学」の役割
    萱間 真美, 川村 佐和子, 村嶋 幸代, 山田 雅子
    訪問看護と介護 20(11) 925-934 Nov. 2015
  • 超高齢社会を踏まえた医療体制の見直しに対応する看護教育の在り方 社会のニーズにこたえられる看護学教育とは
    山本 則子, 永田 智子, 成瀬 昂, 西垣 昌和, 鈴木 美穂, 田中 真琴, 佐藤 美穂子, 長江 弘子, 本田 彰子, 福井 小紀子, 山田 雅子, 深堀 浩樹, 松浦 志野, 上野 桂子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 33回 220-220 Dec. 2013
  • 在宅終末期ケア教育に関する全国看護系大学実態調査 シラバスからの検討
    山本 則子, 永田 智子, 成瀬 昂, 西垣 昌和, 鈴木 美穂, 田中 真琴, 佐藤 美穂子, 長江 弘子, 本田 彰子, 福井 小紀子, 山田 雅子, 深堀 浩樹, 松浦 志野, 上野 桂子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 33回 617-617 Dec. 2013
  • 年代による特徴を反映させた市民向け骨粗鬆症予防のための教材における活用評価(第1報) 骨密度測定後の健康相談を利用した市民を対象に
    菱沼 典子, 高橋 恵子, 牛山 真佐子, 山田 雅子, 有森 直子, 佐藤 晋巨, 佐藤 直子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 18回 37-37 Sep. 2013
  • 年代による特徴を反映させた市民向け骨粗鬆症予防のための教材における活用評価(第2報) 相談対応時に教材を活用した専門職を対象に
    高橋 恵子, 菱沼 典子, 牛山 真佐子, 山田 雅子, 有森 直子, 佐藤 晋巨, 佐藤 直子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 18回 38-38 Sep. 2013
  • 省察(reflection)を中核とした退院支援看護師活動支援プログラム試案の評価
    YOSHIDA CHIFUMI, ITO RYUKO, MARUTANI MIKI, AMAMIYA YUKO, ISHIBASHI MIYUKI, HIGUCHI KIEKO, KOGURE MIDORI, TSUNO SHOKO, SUWABE TAKAE, YAMADA MASAKO, SASE MASAMI, MARUOKA NAOKO, HORANAI YUKIKO, HIKO KIYOMI, TAHO KUMIKO
    千葉県立保健医療大学紀要 4(1) 84 Mar. 2013
  • 退院調整看護師の専門的役割開発プロセスについての研究
    UCHIDA CHIKAKO, YAMADA MASAKO, HIROOKA KAYO, TASHIRO MARI, SATO NAOKO, YOSHIDA CHIFUMI, UTSUNOMIYA HIROKO, NAGAE HIROKO, FUKUDA YUKO, KONO MASAKO
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 17th 39 Sep. 2012
  • 市民向け健康講座&コンサートの評価 聖路加看護大学での初回参加者のアンケート結果から
    佐藤 直子, 高橋 恵子, 菱沼 典子, 山田 雅子, 有森 直子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 17回 43-43 Sep. 2012
  • リフレクションを中核とした退院支援プログラム試案の評価―運営アンケートから―
    YOSHIDA CHIFUMI, ITO RYUKO, AMAMIYA YUKO, MARUTANI MIKI, ISHIBASHI MIYUKI, HIGUCHI KIEKO, YAMADA MASAKO, MARUOKA NAOKO, HORANAI YUKIKO, TAMBO KUMIKO
    日本看護管理学会年次大会講演抄録集 16th 103 Jul. 2012
  • 病院の壁を越えた調整力をもつ看護師の育成を考える―看護系大学3校が展開する退院調整看護師養成プログラムの実践から
    YAMADA MASAKO, YOSHIDA CHIFUMI, MARUOKA NAOKO, NAGAE HIROKO, AMEMIYA YUKO, HIGUCHI KIEKO, HORANAI YUKIKO, UTSUNOMIYA HIROKO
    日本看護管理学会年次大会講演抄録集 16th 250 Jul. 2012
  • リフレクションを中核とした退院支援プログラム試案の評価―参加者の自己評価から―
    AMAMIYA YUKO, YOSHIDA CHIFUMI, ITO RYUKO, HIGUCHI KIEKO, MARUTANI MIKI, ISHIBASHI MIYUKI, YAMADA MASAKO, MARUOKA NAOKO, HORANAI YUKIKO, TAMBO KUMIKO
    日本看護管理学会年次大会講演抄録集 16th 107 Jul. 2012
  • 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
  • Current and Future Trends for Continuing Education at the Research Center for Development of Nursing Practice at St. Luke’s College of Nursing: Focusing on Certified Nurse in Infertility, Cancer Chemotherapy, and Visiting Nursing
    (38) 81-85 Mar. 2012
    〔Abstract〕 This is the report of the present status and future plans for three Certified Nurse courses provided at theResearch Center for the Development of Nursing Practice at St. Luke’s College of Nursing from 2008. Thereis a downward trend in student applications for these courses. The lack of manpower makes it difficult fornurses to leave their position to return to school. The research center has to make an effort to make it easierfor nurses to commit to their continuing education. We, as educators must better serve and follow up on ourgraduates of the courses in order that they can assume their roles as a Certified Nurses in their special area.
  • How Should We Develop Competent Nurse Administrators? : Proposal to Revise Japanese Nursing Association's Certified Nurse Administrator Educational Protocols
    (38) 63-70 2012
    〔Abstract〕 Japanese Nursing Association (JNA) started a credentialing system for nurse administrators in 1992. Nurseswho have completed a prescribed educational program and passed an examination become certified nurseadministrators (CNAs). This system is designed to provide quality organizational nursing services to peoplewith complex, advanced and diversified healthcare needs. Education is based on a standardized curriculumdefined by JNA, and delivered throughout Japan by qualifying institutions. St. Luke’s College of NursingResearch Center is one of the educational facilities approved by JNA. In August 2011, JNA presented an amended curriculum plan to consolidate CNAs practical ability and toenlarge the discretion of each educational facility. The purpose of this article is to discuss topics relevant toJNA's plan and to present an alternative proposal based on current social issues related to nursing in Japan.After much contemplation we introduced five themes into our curriculum: include a clear vision of CNA,consider efficiency of education, loss in workload during educational term, expansion of opportunity to haveeducation and enforcement of periodical ev
  • 在宅看護領域における専門看護師等の医行為提供の実態
    TASHIRO MARI, YAMADA MASAKO, UCHIDA CHIKAKO, HONDA AKIKO, YOSHIDA CHIFUMI
    聖路加看護学会誌 15(3) 45 Sep. 2011
  • 今回の震災に学ぶ地域での看護連携の課題
    YAMADA MASAKO, YOSHIDA CHIFUMI, UTSUNOMIYA HIROKO, NAGAE HIROKO, TASHIRO MARI, UCHIDA CHIKAKO, HIROOKA KAYO, FUKUDA YUKO
    日本看護管理学会年次大会講演抄録集 15th 185 Jul. 2011
  • 退院調整看護師に対する活動支援プログラムの開発とその評価~プログラム受講後の変化に焦点を当てて~
    HIROOKA KAYO, YAMADA MASAKO, YOSHIDA CHIFUMI, UTSUNOMIYA HIROKO, NAGAE HIROKO, FUKUDA YUKO
    日本看護管理学会年次大会講演抄録集 15th 157 Jul. 2011
  • 退院調整看護師の活動支援教育プログラムの開発~退院調整看護師が遭遇する倫理的課題の実態から~
    NAGAE HIROKO, YAMADA MASAKO, YOSHIDA CHIFUMI, UTSUNOMIYA HIROKO, TASHIRO MARI, UCHIDA CHIKAKO, HIROOKA KAYO, FUKUDA YUKO
    日本緩和医療学会学術大会プログラム・抄録集 16th 516 Jun. 2011
  • Difference in the Duration and Frequency of Visits in Stages of End-of-Life Home Care Nursing : A Comparison between Cancer and Non-Cancer Cases
    SATO Izumi, YAMAMOTO MITANI Noriko, TAKEMORI Shiho, HIRANO Yuko, MIYATA Noa, FUKAHORI Hiroki, UENO Mari, KASHIWAGI Masayo, KIMATA Mari, YAMADA Masako
    Journal of Japan Academy of Nursing Science 31(1) 68-76 Mar. 2011
  • The Program of 'Harmony of Music and Fragrance ' 2010th Academy for Citizens and the Impressions of the Community Participants for This Seminar.
    (37) 31-35 Mar. 2011
    St.Luke's College of Nursing and Terumo Corporation, having a commitment to betterhealth care, collaborated in a joint research project to make a community-based socialcontribution. This three-year seminar project-titled “New Health“ focused, this yearon a new trial called `Harmony of Music and Fragrance': Academy for Citizens. St.Luke's College of Nursing, Terumo Corporation, Aromatherapy Society and the Music Therapy Study Group provided this program, supplying community participantswith ideas and practices. The main theme was:`Harmony of music and fragrance', presentand future of music therapy and aromatherapy in medical settings as integrativemedicine. This didactic lecture and experiential approach about music therapy and aromatherapy was a 'first'in Japan.Participants in the Academy for Citizens, almost all newcomers, were younger thanthat those in past years. They learned that both music therapy and aromatherapy havebeen incorporated into conventional medicine as integrative medicine.Moreover, they experienced the effectiveness of music and aroma on relaxation and comfort through using them together. It was suggested that this type of seminarcon
  • 退院調整看護師活動支援プログラムの評価―リフレクションシートの分析による受講者の学びから
    YOSHIDA CHIFUMI, YAMADA MASAKO, NAGAE HIROKO, UTSUNOMIYA HIROKO, FUKUDA YUKO
    日本看護管理学会年次大会講演抄録集 14th 115 Aug. 2010
  • College Seminar on “New Health“, Industry-University Joint Project Provided by St.Luke's College of Nursing and TERUMO corporation, and Health Awareness of the Community Participants.
    (36) 69-73 Mar. 2010
  • The Development of Education Programs for Discharge Planning Nurses: Focused on their Practical Capacities.
    (36) 55-58 Mar. 2010
  • Development and Implementation of the Certified Nurse Administrator Second-Level Training Program Adopting the Problem-Based Learning Strategy.
    (36) 48-54 Mar. 2010
  • 退院調整看護師に対する教育プログラムの検討~地域緩和ケア推進の視点から~
    HIROOKA KAYO, YAMADA MASAKO, YOSHIDA CHIFUMI, UTSUNOMIYA HIROKO, NAGAE HIROKO, FUKUDA YUKO
    日本緩和医療学会学術大会プログラム・抄録集 15th 186 2010
  • 看護教育 退院調整看護師の実践力向上を目指した教育プログラムの開発
    YOSHIDA CHIFUMI, YAMADA MASAKO, UTSUNOMIYA HIROKO, NAGAE HIROKO, UCHIDA CHIKAKO, HIROOKA KAYO
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 29th 422 Nov. 2009
  • 訪問看護師が実践する高齢者ターミナルケアの構造化 ターミナルケアの概要
    深堀 浩樹, 平野 優子, 柏木 聖代, 佐藤 泉, 上野 まり, 竹森 志穂, 宮田 乃有, 青山 美紀子, 高 紋子, 橋植 斉実, 木全 真理, 川添 高志, 山田 雅子, 山本 則子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 28回 273-273 Nov. 2008
  • 訪問看護師が実践する高齢者ターミナルケアの構造化 ターミナル各期の見極めと訪問頻度の変化
    佐藤 泉, 竹森 志穂, 平野 優子, 宮田 乃有, 深堀 浩樹, 青山 美紀子, 高 紋子, 橋植 斉実, 上野 まり, 柏木 聖代, 木全 真理, 川添 高志, 山田 雅子, 山本 則子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 28回 274-274 Nov. 2008
  • 訪問看護師が実践する高齢者ターミナルケアの構造化 日常生活の支援
    宮田 乃有, 佐藤 泉, 青山 美紀子, 深堀 浩樹, 高 紋子, 橋植 斉実, 上野 まり, 柏木 聖代, 竹森 志穂, 平野 優子, 木全 真理, 川添 高志, 山田 雅子, 山本 則子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 28回 274-274 Nov. 2008
  • 訪問看護師が実践する高齢者ターミナルケアの構造化 症状緩和
    竹森 志穂, 橋植 斉実, 高 紋子, 上野 まり, 柏木 聖代, 佐藤 泉, 平野 優子, 宮田 乃有, 深堀 浩樹, 青山 美紀子, 木全 真理, 川添 高志, 山田 雅子, 山本 則子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 28回 275-275 Nov. 2008
  • 訪問看護師が実践する高齢者ターミナルケアの構造化 看取りの意思決定と死の準備支援
    平野 優子, 橋植 斉実, 上野 まり, 竹森 志穂, 柏木 聖代, 佐藤 泉, 宮田 乃有, 深堀 浩樹, 青山 美紀子, 高 紋子, 木全 真理, 川添 高志, 山田 雅子, 山本 則子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 28回 275-275 Nov. 2008
  • 訪問看護師が実践する高齢者ターミナルケアの構造化 家族への死別の支援
    高 紋子, 柏木 聖代, 深堀 浩樹, 佐藤 泉, 平野 優子, 宮田 乃有, 青山 美紀子, 竹森 志穂, 橋植 斉実, 上野 まり, 木全 真理, 川添 高志, 山田 雅子, 山本 則子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 28回 276-276 Nov. 2008
  • 訪問看護師が実践する高齢者ターミナルケアの構造化 死亡時の支援
    柏木 聖代, 宮田 乃有, 深堀 浩樹, 青山 美紀子, 竹森 志穂, 高 紋子, 橋植 斉実, 上野 まり, 佐藤 泉, 平野 優子, 木全 真理, 川添 高志, 山田 雅子, 山本 則子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 28回 276-276 Nov. 2008
  • 訪問看護師が実践する高齢者ターミナルケアの構造化 在宅ケア体制の形成と連携
    上野 まり, 青山 美紀子, 竹森 志穂, 高 紋子, 橋植 斉実, 佐藤 泉, 平野 優子, 柏木 聖代, 宮田 乃有, 深堀 浩樹, 木全 真理, 川添 高志, 山田 雅子, 山本 則子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 28回 277-277 Nov. 2008
  • 健康相談における「運転手‐ナビゲータモデル」のパターンと相談室の満足度
    HISHINUMA MICHIKO, ISHIKAWA MICHIKO, INDO KEIKO, YAMAOKA ERI, TAKAHASHI KEIKO, YAMADA MASAKO, MATSUMOTO NAOKO, OKUBO NAHOKO, YOSHIDA CHIFUMI, UCHIDA CHIKAKO
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 28th 534 Nov. 2008
  • 訪問看護を必要とする要介護高齢者数と訪問看護利用者数の将来推計
    成瀬 昂, 田口 敦子, 永田 智子, 野尻 直美, 村嶋 幸代, 山田 雅子, 田上 豊, 福田 敬
    日本公衆衛生学会総会抄録集 67回 533-533 Oct. 2008
  • Significance and characteristics of “Lunch time open lecture on health and music concert for the public“ provided by a nursing college.
     12(2) 80-90 Jul. 2008
    Objective: St. Luke's College of Nursing opened the “Health Information Service Spot” on its campus to providehealth-related information directly to the public. One of the services of the Spot is a mini-health-related lecture anda mini-music concert (L&C) at lunch time. The L&C has been held on the third Thursday every month for threeyears. The length of each session was 40 minutes.The aim of this paper is to report the activities of this program and clarify the importance of the L&C through theanalysis of questionnaires collected from the participating public.Method: During the third year, the public participants were asked to complete a questionnaire at the end of eachL&C. Although the number of respondents was 221 (collection rate: 71.3 percent), some may have answered morethan once. The details of the L&C for the three years were also collected from our records.Results: In three years, the L&C was held 27 times. 817 people attended in total, and the average per session was30. 81% of the respondents of the questionnaire were females, 60% over 50, and 60% had visited the L&C more thantwice. 70% of the respondents thought the lecture was “easy to understand” o
  • New Designs for Home Care : Connecting People, Community, and Nursing
    KOIKE T, YAMADA M
     28(1) 73-74 Mar. 2008
  • 病院と地域との連携を促進するガイドラインの開発に関する研究 (その1) 退院前訪問実施に関連する要因
    KASHIWAGI MASAYO, KAWAGOE HIROMI, NAGAE HIROKO, SAKAI MASAKO, CHIBA YUMI, YAMADA MASAKO, YOSHIDA CHIFUMI
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 22nd 237 Dec. 2002
  • 病院と地域との連携を促進するガイドラインの開発に関する研究 (その2) 連携の効果を示す指標の検討
    NAGAE HIROKO, KAWAGOE HIROMI, SAKAI MASAKO, KASHIWAGI MASAYO, CHIBA YUMI, YAMADA MASAKO, YOSHIDA CHIFUMI
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 22nd 479 Dec. 2002
  • Evidence-Based Nursing and Literature Database : Development a Database to Support Nursing Practice and Research
    MIYO Kengo, HORIUCHI Shigeko, TSURU Satoko, ISHIGAKI Kyoko, ETO Hiromi, KASHIWAGI Kimikazu, SANADA Hiromi, MATSUMOTO Naoko, YANAGIDA Masahiro, YAMADA Masako
     20 208-209 Nov. 2000
  • An Intelligence Network and Support for Research : a JANS Concept
    HORIUCHI S, TSURU S, MIYO K, SANADA H, ISHIGAKI K, YAMADA M, KASHIWAGI K, YANAGIDA M, ETO H
    Journal of Japan Academy of Nursing Science 20(1) 44-48 Mar. 2000
  • Development of Questionnaire to Measure the Quality of Nursing Care for Patients and Nurses : A Study of Validity and Reliability
    HORIUCHI Shigeko, OTA Kikuko, KOYAMA Mariko, MORI Akiko, KOMATSU Hiroko, OKAYA Keiko, TAKADA Sanae, IBE Toshiko, IWASAWA Kazuko, IIZUKA Kyouko, SHIMIZU Kimiko, YAMADA Masako, MINAMI Hiroko, HOLZEMER W. L.
    Journal of Japan Academy of Nursing Science 16(3) 30-39 Nov. 1996
    The present study was designed to develop questionnaires to measure the quality of nursing care from viewpoints of nurses and patients and to examine the validity and reliability of the instruments.
    Subjects were patients who were able to fill in the questionnaire form by themselves and nurses working at the same wards (46 wards) in 9 medical institutions located in Tokyo and 3 prefectures. An effective response was received from 626 patients and 742 nurses. The questionnaires used in the study were self-report instruments (2nd version) designed to assess the quality of nursing care, consisting of 39 question items in 11 subscales for patients (QNCQ-PT) and 43 question items in 11 subscales for nurses (QNCQ-NS). Both types of questionnaires included 4 Likert scales from disagree to strongly agree.
    Results of testing for the validity of QNCQ-PT supported construct validity, concurrent validity and predictive validity. Reliability tests also showed internal consistency and stability, which was examined using the test-retest method, of QNCQ-PT as a whole.
    Validity tests of QNCQ-NS supported construct validity. Reliability tests also showed internal consistency and stability, which was examined using the test-retest method, of QNCQ-NS as a whole.
    The above findings indicate that QNCQ-PT and QNCQ-NS have enough reliability and validity for practical use.
  • Trial of the Problem-Solving Skills Training Program for Nursing Administrators
    (40) 99-104
    Nurse managers must possess problem-solving abilities so that they can deal with the complex situations that arise in nursing practice. However, there is little literature related to effective education methods designed to improve these abilities. This paper described a new educational trial program that centered on nurse managers’ problem solving in the Certified Nurse Administrator First Level Training Course, and discussed the problems associated with improving this program. In this trial program, 89 nurse managers watched a documentary video regarding one nursing management case at the beginning of the class. Then, they listened to a brief lecture about the problem solving process. Next, they undertook problem solving as the nurse manager in the situation presented in the document. The program consisted of five classes(15 hours). The team learning method was adopted in four classes regarding problem identification, information searching, structuring of problems, and planning. In the fifth class, participants undertook crossgroup presentations and discussion. Original work sheets were developed and used. Over the classes, the lecturers could see that pa
  • 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
    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
    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.
  • Exchange Gatherings for Nursing Graduates of the Discharge Planning Continuing Education Program.
    (29) 61-64
    Exchange gatherings for nurses who have completed the continuing education program in dischargeplanning have been held once a year since 2009 at the St. Luke’s College of Nursing Research Center forthe Development of Nursing Practice. The purpose of these exchange gatherings is to strengthen linkagesamong participants, empowering them to seek solutions to problems in relation to discharge planning theyhave faced. The number of participants was 14 at the first meeting, 38 at the second meeting, 34 at the thirdmeeting, and 29 at the fourth meeting, making a total of 115 people who have participated to date. At thegatherings, each participant reports on his or her efforts toward discharge planning. By receiving feedbackfrom other participants and facilitators about the issues related to discharge planning, participants can clarifytheir own challenges, and be empowered to return to their respective workplaces. Ongoing support for thenurses who have completed the Discharge Planning Nurse Training Support Program is vital, and theseexchange gatherings are an effective way to do this.
  • 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)
  • 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
    (39) 81-86
    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
  • Evaluation of the Activity for Health of the Local Community:LUKANAVI Health Navigation, Managed by St.Luke's College of Nursing.
    (39) 47-55
    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.

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