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Title: 卒業前看護学生の捉えた慢性病患者に対する患者教育
Other Titles: The Understanding of New Graduates about Patient Education for Chronic Illness Patients
Authors: 山本, 裕子
牧野, 信裕
土居, 洋子
池田, 由紀
田原, 美奈子
Author's alias: YAMAMOTO, Yuko
MAKINO, Nobuhiro
DOI, Yoko
IKEDA, Yuki
TAHARA, Minako
Keywords: new graduates
patient education
chronic nrusing education
focus group interview
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2005
Publisher: 大阪府立看護大学看護学部
Citation: 大阪府立看護大学看護学部紀要. 2005, 11(1), p.7-15
Abstract: A qualitative study was performed by the focus group interview method to clarify the understanding of new graduates about patient education for chronic illness patients. After being given sufficient explanation about the purpose of this study, 17 nursing students were enrolled. The subjects were divided into 3 groups and were interviewed. Analysis of the contents of their interviews about the understanding about patient education for chronic illness patients revealed: (1) "respect for individuality" and "collaboration" concerning the and understanding about attitude for patient education on and "motivation", "formation of relationships of mutual trust", "working with together", "emotional support" and "family support" concerning" the understanding about methods for patient education in the perceptive field; (2) "willingness to approach patients" as thoughts for patients, "difficulty" as thoughts about patient education, and "helpless" as thoughts about the execuation of patient education in the emotional field; and (3) "teaching catered for each patient" and "teaching having the initiative by the student concerning practice of patient education in the psychomotor field. These results suggested that students struggled for chronic illness patients to patient education but they did only teaching through the practice. Patient education is much more than teaching because the aim of patient education is improving not only knowledge but also health behaviors. So the necessity of a new approach to lectures, practice classes, and clinical training in the chronic nursing education for the promotion of integration of knowledge, attitudes, and skills.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10466/2540
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