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Title :沖縄県北部地区における遠隔看護支援システムの開発と実践的研究-ICT出前公開講座による人材育成と「健康いへや21」策定の中からコンテンツを探る-
Title alternative :Further use of web-based audio-video telecommunication to support remote nursing education in the northern region of Okinawa's main island: User trainlng at remote sites and practical use in planning "Healthy Iheya 21" activities
Authors :比嘉, 憲枝
吉川, 千恵子
石川, 幸代
金城, 祥教
安和, やよい
野村, 幸子
清水, 則之
真喜屋, 尚美
赤嶺, 達也
又吉, 寛子
金井, 智樹
仲川, 守光
仲宗根, トシエ
東江, 巌
玉城, 浩江
Authors alternative :Higa, Norie
Yoshikawa, Chieko
Ishikawa, Sachiyo
Kinjo, Yoshinori
Awa, Yayoi
Nomura, Sachiko
Shimizu, Noriyuki
Makiya, Naomi
Akamine, Tatsuya
Matayoshi, Hiroko
Kanai, Tomoki
Nakagawa, Morimitsu
Nakasone, Toshie
Agarie, Iwao
Tamashiro, Hiroe
Authors affiliation :名桜大学人間健康学部看護学科
Department of Sciences in Nursing, Faculty of Human Health Sciences, Meio University
Faculty of International Studies, Meio University
Media Network Center, Meio University
Iheya Villege Public Office
Okinawa Hokubu Regional Health and Welfare Center
Issue Date :31-Mar-2010
Publisher :名桜大学総合研究所
Type Local :紀要論文
Type (NII) :Departmental Bulletin Paper
ISSN :1881-5243
Abstract :本研究は,平成19年度総合研究所一般研究「北部地区における遠隔看護支援システムに関する研究」に続く研究である。学外システムを利用した実験研究から,学内システム(遠隔会議システム)の導入へと大学独自の整備を行った。しかし,これらのシステムを活用できる人材育成と実践的教育が必要であることが示唆された。そこで,沖縄県北部地区離島・へき地に勤務する看護職者を中心とした保健医療福祉の関係者を対象にICT出前公開講座を実施した。さらに参加した保健医療福祉関係者とともに健康課題等について話し合い,課題解決に向けた看護実践を補完する遠隔支援の検討を行った。また行政ニーズとしての「健康いへや21」策定を行った結果,4つの基本目標とコンテンツが示唆された。
To expand and build upon our use of web-based audio-video telecommunication to support remote nursing education in the field in isolated areas and islands in the northern region of Okinawa's main island, we found that remote-site users needed to become more skilled and comfortable in using the system. With a grant from Meio University Research Institute, we provided four hands-on training seminars in 2008 for health professionals in northern Okinawa's remote areas and islands. With on-site and remote support from our nurslng faculty members and IT specialists durlng the seminars, participants gained skills in using the system and became more comfortable and confident users. Subsequently, they and other remote-site health workers and community members participated with us in videoconference sessions during which we considered how the system could be used to conceptualize, develop and implement nursing practices and community activities to reduce some high priority health problems in those remote areas. The result was a proposed plan called "Healthy Iheya 21". Developed in keeping with national and prefectural initiatives to promote and improve community health, the plan has four themes: "Healthy lifestyles begin in childhood", "Preventing lifestyle related diseases in working-age people", "Active lives for the elderly on remote islands", and "Appropriate health services for all generations". We believe that the participatory approach to developing the proposed plans, with support from nursing faculty through webbased videoconferencing, has increased community ownership and understanding and therefore the likelihood of successful and sustainable implementation of the plans.
Rights :名桜大学総合研究所
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12001/8903
Citation :名桜大学総合研究 no.17 p.1 -18
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