Departmental Bulletin Paper 放射線に関わる職場で看護師の働きたくない理由の分析と今後の課題
ホウシャセン ニ カカワル ショクバ デ カンゴシ ノ ハタラキタクナイ リユウ ノ ブンセキ ト コンゴ ノ カダイ
An analysis of the reasons why nurses do not want to work in radiation treatment facilities and future issues

渡辺, 明美  ,  松成, 裕子  ,  寺崎, 敦子  ,  鎌田, 雅子  ,  家弓, 丸子  ,  ワタナベ, アケミ  ,  マツナリ, ユウコ  ,  テラサキ, アツコ  ,  カマタ, マサコ  ,  カユミ, マルコ  ,  WATANABE, Akemi  ,  MATSUNARI, Yuko  ,  TERASAKI, Atsuko  ,  KAMATA, Masako  ,  KAYUMI, Maruko

The purpose of this paper was to analyze nurses' descriptions of why they did not want to work at radiation treatment facilities and to analyze the factors related to those reasons. In August 2 3 a questionnaire survey was administered to all 677 nurses working at hospital "A" and the valid responses of 3 nurses were obtained. 7 ap participants gave written descriptions of why they did not want to work at radiation treatment facilities. A qualitative content analysis of the descriptions was conducted and the following four categories, "there is no interest," "anxiety and avoidance of the exposure," "experience and lack of knowledge," and "with respect to pregnancy" were extracted from 7 2 subcategories. Many of the descriptions of reactions and thoughts concerning radiation were directly related to the workplace, such as the problems of occupational exposure and lack of knowledge concerning radiation. In radiation treatment reasonable radiation safety measures must be implemented in order to minimize the fear of excessive radiation exposure. Also, we suggested that the continuation of radiation education is important in order to acquire knowledge about the concepts and technology of radiation protection so that nursing practice can be helped.
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