IIDA Mariko

Faculty & Position:Women’s Health/Midwifery  assistant professor
Contact:mariko-iida[at]slcn.ac.jp convert [at] to @
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Last Updated: May 22, 2019 at 05:07

Researcher Profile & Settings

Profile

    Maternal Infant Nursing & Midwifery

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Apr. 2018- TodayAssociate Professor, Yokohama City University

Association Memberships

    , ST. LUKE'S SOCIETY FOR NURSING RESEARCH , JAPAN SOCIETY OF MATERNAL HEALTH , JAPAN ACADEMY OF NURSING SCIENCE , JAPAN ACADEMY OF MIDWIFERY

Qualification

  • 看護学博士

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Nursing / Lifelong developmental nursing

Published Papers

  • The outline of "Japan Academy of Midwifery: evidence-based guidelines for midwifery care in pregnancy and childbirth - 2016 edition"
    Mariko Iida, Yaeko Kataoka, Hiromi Eto, Yuriko Tadokoro, Yuko Masuzawa, Yukari Yaju, Hiromi Asai, Ayaka Sakurai, Shigeko Horiuchi
    Journal of Japan Academy of Midwifery 32(1) 73-80 Jun. 2018 [Refereed]
  • Women's choice of maternal healthcare in Parung, West Java, Indonesia: Midwife versus traditional birth attendant
    Yenita Agus, Shigeko Horiuchi, Mariko Iida
    Women and Birth Feb. 2018 [Refereed]
  • Humanized childbirth awareness-raising program among Tanzanian midwives and nurses: A mixed-methods study
    Shigeko Horiuchi, Shigeko Horiuchi, Yoko Shimpuku, Mariko Iida, Yasuko Nagamatsu, Hiromi Eto, Sebalda Leshabari
    International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences 5 9-16 Jan. 2016
    © 2016 The Author(s) Background In 2014, the WHO released a statement advocating greater respect for women in their report, “The prevention and elimination of disrespect and abuse during facility-based childbirth”. To address this issue, the Japan International Cooperation Agency established humanized childbirth care. However, this concept remains new in Tanzania. Objective To evaluate the acceptability of the humanized childbirth concept by Tanzanian nurses and midwives. Design Convergent mixed-methods design. Setting Continuing education held at Tanzania's capital city of Dar es Salaam. Participants The inclusion criteria were as follows: (1) registered nurses and midwives; (2) can comprehend English; (3) interested in humanized childbirth, (4) experienced in providing maternal and infant care or midwifery, and (5) attended the two-day program on humanized childbirth. Methods The program was evaluated quantitatively and qualitatively. The valid and reliable 23-item Women-Centered Care English version (WCC23E) questionnaire was used. Open-ended questions elicited the participants’ opinions about the program. Results The entire program was completed by 104 participants (average age, 40.9 years; SD, 9.13). Based on the quantitative data, the mean WCC23E post-test scores showed a significant increase compared with the mean WCC23E pre-test scores, indicating improvement in awareness. The qualitative data revealed three categories: “Gaining knowledge of humanized childbirth as a general dictionary term”, “Accepting and assimilating the concept of humanized childbirth in consideration of their practice”, and “Manifesting their voices of barriers and challenges towards humanized childbirth”. Conclusion The humanized childbirth awareness-raising program was useful for nurses and midwives in terms of favorably changing their perceptions of women-centered care.
  • Global Collaboration Between Tanzania and Japan to Advance Midwifery Profession: A Case Report of A Partnership Model
    Yoko Shimpuku, Shigeko Horiuchi, Sebalda C Leshabari, Dickson Mkoka, Yasuko Nagamatsu, Miwako Matsutani, Hiromi Eto, Michiko Oguro, Yukari Yaju, Mariko Iida, Columba Mbekenga, Lilian Mselle, Agnes Mtawa
     5(11) 2015
  • A comparison of midwife-led care versus obstetrician-led care for low-risk women in Japan
    Mariko Iida, Shigeko Horiuchi, Kumiko Nagamori
    Women and birth DOI: 10.1016/j.wombi.2014.05.0 505-509 2014
  • Outcomes of independent midwifery attended births in birth centres and home births: A retrospective cohort study in Japan.
    Yaeko Kataoka, Hiromi Eto, Mariko Iida
    Midwifery 2013
  • The relationship between women-centred care and women's birth experiences: a comparison between birth centres, clinics, and hospitals in Japan.
    Iida M, Horiuchi S, Porter SE
    Midwifery 28(4) 398-405 Aug. 2012 [Refereed]
  • A comparison of midwife-led care versus obstetrician-led care in low risk pregnancy: Maternal and infant health outcomes.
    Mariko Iida
     Mar. 2012
  • Evaluation of a reproductive health awareness program for adolescence in urban Tanzania-A quasi-experimental pre-test post-test research
    Frida Madeni,Shigeko Horiuchi,Mariko Iida
    Reproductive Health 8(21) 2011

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Indonesian midwife’s understanding of pregnant women’s sociocultural backgrounds and how they build relationship: A qualitative descriptive study
    Mariko Iida, Shigeko Horiuchi
    The 38th Annual Conference of Japan Academy of Nursing Science Dec. 2018
  • Introducing and exchanging ideas with midwives regarding “Hiesho”, sensitivity to cold
    Mariko Iida, Sachiyo Nakamura, Taeko Mori, Kumiko Nagamori, Shoko Takeuchi, Shigeko Horiuchi
    9th International Academic Consortium for Sustainable Cities (IACSC) Conference Sep. 2018
  • A report on face-to-face peer-evaluation
    Yukari Igarashi, Mariko Iida, Yoko Shimpuku
    TBLC 2017 Annual Meeting (Florida) Mar. 2017
  • Women’s impressions of antenatal care by a midwifery-led continuity team
    Kumiko Nagamori, Mariko Iida, Shigeko Horiuchi, Kaoru Osumi
    第11回ICMアジア太平洋地域会議・助産学術集会(パヒフィコ横浜) The ICM Asia Pacific Regional Conference 2015 Jul. 2015
  • Development of Japanese HUG Your Baby: Education tool for new parents to understand newborns
    Yoko Shimpuku, Jan Tedder, Mariko Iida Mayumi Matsunaga, Kimie Tanimoto
    第11回ICMアジア太平洋地域会議・助産学術集会(パヒフィコ横浜) The ICM Asia Pacific Regional Conference 2015 Jul. 2015
  • The Second-Year Experience of Teaching Undergraduate Nursing Students with Team-Based Learning: Antenatal Nursing
    Yukari Igarashi, Mariko Iida, Yoko Shimpuku
    TBLC 2015 Annual Meeting (Florida) Mar. 2015
  • The Second-Year Experience of Teaching Undergraduate Nursing Students with Team-Based Learning: Intrapartum Nursing
    Yoko Shimpuku, Yukari Igarashi, Mariko Iida
    TBLC 2015 Annual Meeting (Florida) Mar. 2015
  • The Second-Year Experience of Teaching Undergraduate Nursing Students with Team-Based Learning: Postpartum and Newborn Nursing
    Mariko Iida, Yoko Shimpuku, Yukari Igarashi
    TBLC 2015 Annual Meeting (Florida) Mar. 2015
  • Introduction of Team-Based Learning (TBL) to Undergraduate Nursing Education: Course Development and Student Perceptions Toward use of TBL in Postpartum and Newborn Nursing
    Mariko Iida, Yoko Shimpuku, Yukari Igarashi
    TBLC 2014 Annual Meeting Mar. 2014
  • Introduction of Team-based learning (TBL) to Undergraduate Nursing Education: Course development and student perceptions toward use of TBL in Intrapartum Nursing
    Yoko Shimpuku, Yukari Igarashi, Mariko Iida
    TBLC 2014 Annual Meeting Mar. 2014
  • Introduction of Team-Based Learning (TBL) to Undergraduate Nursing Education: Course Development and Student Perceptions Toward use of TBL in Antenatal Nursing
    Yukari Igarashi, Mariko Iida, Yoko Shimpuku
    TBLC 2014 Annual Meeting Mar. 2014
  • Partnership model of global collaboration: The shared value of “Humanized childbirth” in Tanzania
    Yoko Shimpuku, Shigeko Horiuchi, Miwako Matsutani, Hiromi Eto, Yasuko Nagamatsu, Michiko Oguro, Mariko Iida, Yukari Yaju
    East Asia Forum of Nursing Scholars (EAFONS) 2014 Feb. 2014
  • Students Perception of Team-Based Learning to Learn Maternal Newborn Nursing: An innovative Approach III Postpartum and Newborn Nursing
    Mariko Iida, Yoko Shimpuku, Yukari Igarashi
    The 8th St. Luke's Academia, Advanced English Session. St. Luke's College of Nursing Feb. 2014
  • Students Perception of Team-Based Learning to Learn Maternal Newborn Nursing: An innovative Approach Ⅱ Intrapartum Nursing
    Yoko Shimpuku, Yukari Igarashi, Mariko Iida
    The 8th St. Luke's Academia, Advanced English Session. St. Luke's College of Nursing Feb. 2014
  • Students Perception of Team-Based Learning to Learn Maternal Newborn Nursing: An innovative Approach I Antenatal Nursing
    Yukari Igarashi, Mariko Iida, Yoko Shimpuku
    The 8th St. Luke's Academia, Advanced English Session. St. Luke's College of Nursing Feb. 2014
  • Process report of the collaborative project to develop the Master’s program in Midwifery in Tanzania: The seminar of “Humanized Childbirth”
    Yoko Shimpuku, Shigeko Horiuchi, Miwako Matsutani, Hiromi Eto, Yasuko Nagamatsu, Mariko Iida, Yukari Yaju, Taeko Mori
    St. Luke's Academia Feb. 2013
  • A comparison of midwife-led care versus obstetrician-led care in low risk pregnancy: Maternal and infant health outcomes.
    Mariko Iida, Shigeko Horiuchi
    St. Luke's Academia Feb. 2013
  • Considering “Decision Making” as one of the Concepts of Women-Centered Care During Pregnancy in Japan.
    Mariko Iida, Shigeko Horiuchi, Naoko Arimori
    International Shared Decision Making Conference Jun. 2009

Misc

  • Respectful Maternity Care (RMC) Seminar in Tanzania
    Kana Shimoda, Mariko Iida
    St. Luke's International University, Tokyo, Asia Africa Midwifery Research Center News letter Jan. 2019
    招待有り
  • Students' Perceptions of Team-Based Learning Experience to Study the Course of "Maternal-Newborn Nursing (Practical Methods)"
    新福 洋子, 五十嵐 ゆかり, 飯田 真理子
    聖路加看護大学紀要(40) 19-27 2014
  • Teaching Maternal-Newborn Nursing (Basic) Using the Team-Based Learning Method : An Innovative Approach(1)
    五十嵐 ゆかり, 飯田 真理子, 新福 洋子
    聖路加看護大学紀要(40) 67-70 2014
  • Teaching Maternal-Newborn Nursing (Basic) Using the Team-Based Learning Method : An Innovative Approach(2)
    飯田 真理子, 五十嵐 ゆかり, 新福 洋子
    聖路加看護大学紀要(40) 71-74 2014
  • Teaching Maternal-Newborn Nursing (Practical Method) Using the Team-Based Learning Method : An Innovative Approach(3)
    五十嵐 ゆかり, 新福 洋子, 飯田 真理子
    聖路加看護大学紀要(40) 75-79 2014


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