Disaster Nursing Development of a Center of Excellence for Disaster Nursing in a Ubiquitous Society Information Base for Disaster Nursing Knowledge and Skills to Protect Lives
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University of Hyogo, Graduate School of Nursing
The 21st Century Center of Excellence Program
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Outline of The 21st Century COE Program

*Message from Vice President
*Message from Principal Investigator
*Purpose of the Project
*Prospects for Developing the Center of Excellence Program
*Significance to the Academia and Society
*Achievement of the Research Project
*Research Sections
*Link


Achievement of the Research Project
 
*2005

1) Presentations (English)

1. A nationwide survey on the current status of disaster nursing education in Japan, Sonoe Mashino, Aiko Yamamoto, Osamu Uyama, Hiroko Minami, The 8th Annual Conference East Asia Forum On Nursing Science, Seoul, Korea, February(Seoul) 2005.

2. Developing a regional disaster nursing support system to ensure preparedness for disasters– Development of a questionnaire to assess the necessity of nursing intervention - , Hatsumi Kanzaki, Masumi Azuma, Mieko Nozawa, Takayasu Kawaguchi, The 8th Annual Conference East Asia Forum On Nursing Science, Seoul, Korea, February(Seoul) 2005.

3.

Disaster Nursing in the Pediatric Ward. H Katsuda, N Katada, Y Kosako, K Miyake, K Okada, The 8th Annual Conference East Asia Forum On Nursing Science, February(Seoul) (2005).

4. Development of the contents of nursing care packages for pregnant women, postpartum mothers and families, and for nurses in disaster. Satoko Watanabe, Aiko Yamamoto, Yasuko Tamura, Ayumi Kanda, Yoshiko Kudo, The 8th Annual Conference East Asia Forum On Nursing Science, February(Seoul) (2005).

5. Validation of the contents of nursing care package for pregnant women,
postpartum mothers and their families, and for nurses at the time of
disaster and after it, Yoshiko Kudo, Aiko Yamamoto,Satoko Watanabe, Ayumi Kanda, Yasuko Tamura, East Asian Forum of Nursing Science The8th Annual Conference, February (Seoul, Korea)(2005).

 
*2004

1) Publish Papers (English)

1. Development of a telenursing system for patients with chronic conditions, T.Kawaguchi,M.Azuma,K.Ohta, Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare,10(4),239-244(2004)

2. Disaster nursing in a ubiquitous society, Aiko YAMAMOTO, Japan Journal of Nursing Science1,57-63(2004).

 
Publish Papers (Japanese)

1. Yoshida, A.; Uyama, O.; Azuma, M.; Ooshima, R.; Hatada, J.; Takayama, E.; and Chikata, K.: Measurements of bone mineral density at “Walk-in Nursing Station”. College of Nursing Art and Science Hyogo Bulletin 11: 45-54, March.

2) Presentations (English)

1. Yamamoto, A.: Development of a Center of Excellence for Disaster Nursing in a Ubiquitous Society. The 7th Annual Meeting of East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars (EAFONS), hosted by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, March.

 
Presentations (Japanese)

1. Mashino, S.; Yamamoto, A.; Tsuda, M.; Ando, S.; Yamada, S.; and Nakanishi, M.: Education Team – Development of Disaster Nursing Education Programs. Chapter 3 in Study on the Establishment of Nursing Support Networks during Disasters, Scientific Research (A), 2000-2002, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, March.

2. Tsuda, M.; Ozasa, Y.; Matsushita, S.; Usui, C.; and Hayashi, Y.: Damage Caused by Typhoon #16 in Tonakijima Island, Okinawa, and its effects on residents’ Health. Bulletin of Promotion Center for Nursing Research, College of Nursing Art and Science, Hyogo 1: 47-52, March.

 
*2003

1) Publish Papers (Japanese)

1. Yamamoto, Y.; Ugai, K.; Nishiike, E.; and Manabe, M.: Educational effects on nursery children in hand-washing using Glitter Bug and picture-story shows (Kamishibai). Japanese Journal of School Health 44: 139-140, January.

2. Tamura, Y.; Yamamoto, A.; Adachi, S.; Tsuji, K.; Shinozaki, K.; Masui, T.; and Kudo, Y.: The factors relating to health conditions among Japanese child-rearing women. Journal of Japan Maternity Nursing 4 (1): 17-22, March.

3.

Yamamoto, Y. and Ugai, K.: Effective hand washing from the perspective of ATP and bacteria removal among children in nursery school. Japanese Journal of School Health 45(3): 218-224, August.

4. Ugai, K.; Yamamoto, Y.; Morimoto, N.; Matsushita, K.; Yamada, M.; Ozaki, T.; Tanaka, M.; and Tanigaki, T.: Effective hand washing with nonmedicated soap for removal bacteria. Journal of Japanese Society of Nursing Research 25 (4):59-66, September.

5. Minami, H.: The role and prospects of nursing. Nursing 55 (6): 75-80, May.

6. Minami, H.: Development academic nursing knowledge in Japan. Nursing Research 36(4): 265-273, August

7. Yamamoto, A.; Kawaguchi, T.; Kudo, Y.; Adachi, S.; Tamura, Y.; Tsuzi, K.; Tsuda, M.; Nozawa, M.: The development of the mothers support system by utilizing two way communications of the information technology. Bulletin Promoting Center for Nursing Research, College of Nursing Art and Science, Hyogo 1: 19-25, March.

8. Azuma, M.; Kawaguchi, T.; Ohta, K.; and Minami, H.: The development of tele-nursing support systems for the ubiquitous information society. Bulletin of Research on Technology Assessment (2002), assisted by Grants for Health Science, March.

9. Yoshida, A.; Azuma, M.; and Chikada, K.: The need for community nursing activities and relevant problems - From a study of voluntary nurses working at Town Health Center. Bulletin of Promoting Center for Nursing Research, College of Nursing Art & Science Hyogo 1: 27-31, March.

10. Uchinuno, A.: Nurses’ communication barriers in discussing death and dying with terminally ill patients. Study in Human Science 5: 59-72, December.

11. Mashino, S. and Katsuhara, Y.: Exploring the duties and roles of nurses. From “New duties and roles of nurses in major countries – 2. England” (Health and Labor Science Research). Nursing Management 13(2): 134-139, February.

12. Mashino, S. and Katsuhara, Y.: Exploring the duties and roles of nurses. From “New duties and roles of nurses in major countries – 3 Germany” (Health and Labor Science Research). Nursing Management 13(3): 223-227, March.

13. Katsuhara, Y. and Mashino, S.: Exploring the duties and roles of nurses. From “New duties and roles of nurses in major countries – 10 France” (Health and Labor Science Research). Nursing Management 13(10): 828-832, October.

14. Akiyama, N.; Kondo, C.; Uozato, A.; and Nonami, Y.: Nursing consultation with regard t the problem of Hyperglycemia as called out at a community “Walk in Nursing Station”. Bulletin of Promoting Center for Nursing Research, College of Nursing Art & Science Hyogo 1: 33-38, March.

15. Hirabayashi, M. and Mizutani, N.: A new group care programs for elderly with dementia – what is happen, what is brought out-. Journal of the Japan Academy of Gerontological Nursing 7(2): 44-56, March.

16. Hirabayashi, M.; Egami, F.; Umegaki, J.; Matsuoka, C.; and Mizutani, N.: The future direction of the “nursing consultation for the elderly people with dementia” from gerontological nursing perspective. Bulletin of Promoting Center for Nursing Research, College of Nursing Art & Science Hyogo 1: 39-45, March.

17. Mizutani, N.: The possibilities of gerontological nursing in the information society. Science of Healthcare 45(10): 736-741, October.

18. Okanaga, M.; Yamamoto, A.; and Kudo, Y.: The evaluation of dietary programs that use phytoestrogene for women with hot flushes. The Journal of Japan Society of Nursing 13(1): 28-35, January.

19. Hanaide, M. and Yamamoto, A.: Exploring the duties and roles of nurses. From “New duties and roles of nurses in major countries – U.S.A.” (Health and Labor Science Research). Nursing Management 13(7): 568-573, July.

20. Katada, N.; Furuhashi, T.; Katsuda, H.; Nakaoka, A.; Takatani, Y.; suzuki, M.; Iwasaki, Y.; Iwai, S.; Hirao, Y.; and Matsubayashi, T.: Process of pain assessment and factors influence the process: the nursing care situation for the child with cancer pain (1st report). Nursing Research 36(6): 471-481, October.

21. Furuhashi, T.; Katada, N.; Katsuda, H.; Nakaoka, A.; Takatani, Y.; Suzuki, M.; Iwasaki, Y.; Iwai, S.; Hirao, Y.; and Matsubayashi, T.: The nurse’s judgment of the degree of pain: the nursing care situation for the child with cancer pain (2nd report). Nursing Research 36(6): 483-491, October.

22. Kawaguchi, T. and Azuma, M.: Development of a tele-nursing system to support community care. Bulletin of Promoting Center for Nursing Research, College of Nursing Art & Science Hyogo 1:1-6, March.

23. Azuma, M.; and Kawaguchi, T.: Nursing with the use of tele-nursing system – 1: the use and value of vital data obtained from a fingertip plethysmogram. Bulletin of Promoting Center for Nursing Research, College of Nursing Art & Science Hyogo 1: 7-11, March.

24. Azuma, M. and Kawaguchi, T.: Experience with its use when home-nursing diabetics. Bulletin of Promoting Center for Nursing Research, College of Nursing Art & Science Hyogo 1:13-17, March.

25. Yoshida, A.; Azuma, M.; and Chikada, K.: The needs and issues of community nursing activities, From surveys of voluntary nurses working at Town Health Center. Bulletin of Promoting Center for Nursing Research, College of Nursing Art & Science Hyogo 1: 27-31, March.

26. Yoshida, A.; Matsuno, M.; Yamagata, M.; Takayama, E.; and Azuma, M.: Exploring factors that increase user satisfaction with Hyogo-style Town Health Center projects - From surveys of voluntary nurses. 33rd Collected Papers of The Japan Society of Nursing (Community Nursing): 72-74, March.

27. Tsuda, M.; Kozasa, Y.; Matsushita, S.; Shirai, C.; and Hayashi, Y.: Damage caused by Typhoon No. 16 to Tonaki Island of Okinawa, and its effects on resident health. Bulletin of Promoting Center for Nursing Research, College of Nursing Art & Science Hyogo 1: 47-52, March.

28. Tsuda, M.: Exploring the duties and roles of nurses, From “New duties and roles of nurses in major countries –Korea” (Health and Labor Science Research). Nursing Management 13(8): 658-662, August.

29. Tsuda, M.: Exploring the duties and roles of nurses, From “New duties and roles of nurses in major countries –China” (Health and Labor Science Research). Nursing Management 13(9): 744-749, September.

30. Katada, N.; Tsuda, M.; and Minami, H.: Exploring the duties and roles of nurses , From “New duties and roles of nurses in major countries –Australia” (Health and Labor Science Research). Nursing Management 13(11): 916-920, September.

31. Yamamoto, A. and Sachi, K.: Summary on five-year’s publication of the Journal of Japan Society of Disaster Nursing and Future Prospect. Journal of Japan Society of Disaster Nursing 5(3): 23-28, December.

 
2) Presentations (Japanese)

1. Fujii, H. and Kawamura, M.: Discussion on the assessment methods used to investigate tojikomori (psychological disorder characterized by social withdrawal through self-imposed seclusion in the home or apartment) among residents of public apartments provided to earthquake victims. 2001 Report on Research Conducted with Special Research Subsidies for the College of Nursing Art and Science, Hyogo, March.

2. Minami, H.; Katada, N.; Yamamoto, A.; Ii, K.; Mashino, S.; and Tsuda, M.: Study on Building Nursing Networks at the Time of Disaster. Report of a Basic Study subsidized by the Scientific Research Fund (A) (1) (Fiscal 2000 - 2002).

 
3) BOOK (Japanese)

1. Minami, H. (February): Trends in nursing research by subject: the theory of “burnout” phenomena from the standpoint of mental health nursing science. In Nakajima, K., Nakanishi, M., Maehara, R. and Minami, H. (Eds) “Nursing Research” Archives Volume 3 (pp. 79-86). Igaku-Shoin Ltd.

2. Yamamoto, A.; Minami, H.; Ohta, K.; Ohmori, S.; Ibe, T.; Kamiizumi, K.; and Nishio, K.( February): C. Research on nurses: Life and job stress of nurses that cause “burnout” and the effects of social support. In Nakajima, K., Nakanishi, M., Maehara, R. and Minami, H.(Ed.), “Nursing Research” Archives Volume 3 (pp. 276-287). Igaku-Shoin Ltd.

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Minami, H. (February): Theories used for nursing research Orem theory and nursing in Japan. In Nakajima, K. Nakanishi, M., Maehara, R. and Minami, H. (Eds.) “Nursing Research” Archives Volume 1 (pp. 80-95). Igaku-Shoin Ltd.

4. Minami, H. (May): Development and testing of amae (emotional dependence) network questionnaires, part 1-4. In Nakajima, K., Nakanishi, M., Maehara, R. and Minami, H. (Eds.) “Nursing Research” Archives Volume 2 (pp. 185-229). Igaku-Shoin Ltd.

5. Minami, H. (August): Thought of Patricia R. Underwood: Making use of nursing theory at the
bedside (Supervising editorship). Japanese Nursing Association Publishing Company.

6. Nakanishi, M.; Katsuhara, Y.; Mashino, S: (March): Basic Compendium of Nursing Management. Supervised by Ibe, T., Nakanishi, M., In Nakanishi, M., Katsuhara, Y., Mashino ,S. (Eds.), Textbook of nursing management (Separate volume). Japanese Nursing Association Publishing Company.

7. Moriguchi, I. ( May): Declaration of alma-ata, International Health Japanese, Foreign residents in Japan , Decentralization, Refugee, Primary health-care, Healthy cities. In Mito, T., Kodama, K., Hishinuma, N. (Eds.), Nursing Dictionary (pp.13, pp.218, pp.238, pp.452, pp.511, pp.595, pp.608). Nursing Association Publishing Company.

8. Ii, K.( September): Ⅱ, Basic concept: “Community”. Supervised by Nakanishi, M., In Hirano, K., Ii, K., Ishii, K., Morita, T., Yamada, K. (Eds.), TACS Series 10: Community Nursing Science (pp.13-22). Kenpakusha.
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
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