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Title :[原著]保健学教育に対する社会的要請と将来像
Title alternative :Social Needs and Future of the Education for Health Professionals
Authors :崎原, 盛造
Authors alternative :Sakihara, Seizo
Authors affiliation :琉球大学医学部保健学科保健社会学教室
Issue Date :1982
Publisher :琉球大学医学部
Type Local :雑誌掲載論文
Type (NII) :Journal Article
ISSN :0285-9270
Abstract :The mail survey was earned out in 1978 to study the social needs and expectations for the education in health sciences. As the subject,314 departments of health of all prefectures and larger cities ,400 health centers and 478 hospitals in Japan, were selected at random. Based on the following findings, some suggestions were made. 1. Although shortages of public health nurses, clinical nurses and specialists in environmental pollution control are remarkable, university graduates are minority among health professionals except physicians, dentists and pharmacists. For those who graduated from schools of health sciences, it is not easy to find a desirable position in health related organizations. The society is not sufficiently prepared to receive those who are trained in health sciences. 2. Health professionals and those to be are expected to acquire the knowledge of program planning and health related regulations in addition to the broad knowledge and sufficient technology in health sciences. For the staff of health centers and hospitals, more technological aspects of training are expected, but the education in social sciences and practical training in team approach are also emphasized for health center personnel. Based on the findings, the author made some suggestions for future education in health sciences at his school. The first is to level up the present educational program to the graduate one, the second is to replete practical training, and the third is to operate continuous field work as a joint program with the School of Medicine and local organizations.
Rights :琉球医学会
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12001/4158
Citation :琉球大学保健学医学雑誌=Ryukyu University Journal of Health Sciences and Medicine Vol.5 no.2 p.165 -180
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