JaLCDOI 10.18926/11842
Title Alternative Efficacy of a check list and a video tape in learning the aseptic method
FullText URL 003_075_079.pdf
Author Ikeda, Toshiko| Kondo, Masuko| Ohta, Niwa| Tokunaga, Junko| Nakanishi, Yoshiko| Takata, Setuko| Nanba, Jun|
Abstract Basic nursing care includes many kinds of techniques. The aseptic method is especially very important technique among them. We gave students check lists and video tapes in order to master the method by themselves and obtained following results. 1) Students can properly assess their techniques of nursing care by using a check list and watching a video. 2) Students can assess by themselves more effectively in a simple and easy action. 3) Even for a complicated action, students can make better their self-assessments by watching a video.
Keywords 自己評価 無菌操作 VTR チェックリスト
Publication Title 岡山大学医療技術短期大学部紀要
Published Date 1993-01-31
Volume volume3
Start Page 75
End Page 79
ISSN 0917-4494
language 日本語
File Version publisher
NAID 120002313357
JaLCDOI 10.18926/11810
Title Alternative The Effects of the Introduction of the Video-tape Recorder to Basic Nursing Care Education - The Use of Video-tapes taken at the Practice of Aseptic Handling Technique by Students -
FullText URL 002_089_095.pdf
Author Ohta, Niwa| Kondo, Masuko| Ikeda, Toshiko| Tokunaga, Junko| Nakanishi, Yoshiko| Nanba, Jun| Takata, Setuko|
Abstract The Video-tape recorder was introduced to tape the scene of a preliminary test of students' practice to aseptically handle syringes. These video-tapes taken were released to students to watch and to refer back to for their self-study. Students were consequently divided into four groups on how to utilize the video-tapes. The scores of the preliminary and final test and their differences were statistically compared by the groups. The results suggested that the use of video-tapes is effective for the achievement of skills in delicate techniques of nursing care and especially the utilization upon their own initiative leads to a more successful result.
Keywords 無菌操作 VTR 学習効果
Publication Title 岡山大学医療技術短期大学部紀要
Published Date 1992-02-05
Volume volume2
Start Page 89
End Page 95
ISSN 0917-4494
language 日本語
File Version publisher
NAID 120002313319
JaLCDOI 10.18926/11771
Title Alternative Factors Affecting Home Care of Elders Report 1. Support Expected by the Elderly and Family
FullText URL 001_061_068.pdf
Author Ono, Tsuruko| Arakawa, Yasuko| Ohta, Niwa| Nanba, Jun| Ohta, Takeo| Shimizu, Masako| Ishii, Kiyoko|
Abstract For the rapid increase of the elders in population in Japan after the 2nd world war, the arrangement of medical care for aged persons, both therapeutic and preventive, has become the serious social problem. To estimate the possibility of care at home and needs of elders and their family for public and volunteer services, questionnaire survey was carried out at Konko town in Okayama prefecture, Japan, in August 1990. More than half of the 105 elders older than 65 years and living alone (group A, 9 males and 96 females) replied to want to be cared for at home and 178 families with elders (group B) wanted to care for them at home. As for services they would wish to be offered when they would become bedridden at home, while group A wished to be visited and cared for by 'physician', 'home helper' and 'neighbor' in order of high rate group B 'physician', 'public health nurse' and 'nurse'. As for facility or assistance services, the former wanted 'purchasing, sweeping and washing', food delivery' and 'calling on' and the latter 'care consultation', 'assist of body bath' and 'economic aid'. Other supports or cares were also hopefully expected by both groups. The results shows that well-arrangement and promotion of a variety of constitional and personal support for home cares for elders in the community must be urged.
Keywords Home Care Family Care the Elderly Support
Publication Title 岡山大学医療技術短期大学部紀要
Published Date 1991-03-25
Volume volume1
Start Page 61
End Page 68
ISSN 0917-4494
language 日本語
File Version publisher
NAID 120002313467