Departmental Bulletin Paper Design of nursing practice model to develop "healthy regions" in remote islands and rural areas: Learning from the Federated States of Micronesia
Design of nursing practice model to develop "healthy regions" in remote islands and rural areas: Learning from the Federated States of Micronesia

森, 隆子

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The purpose of this report is to develop some suggestions about healthcare in remote regions and islands through my seeing and hearing about the lives of the people living in the Federated States of Micronesia and visits to healthcare-related organizations. It is important that the "creation of a healthy region" is included in the process of Primary Health Care (PHC) practice. The development of healthcare professionals which can lead to structuring a community nursing in Japan whom I have personally known have an interest in culture and assign great value to the attitude that "we can do anything because we have nothing". From such a cultural perspective, the fact that Chuuk nurses are assigned in their hometown Dispensaries is a great advantage. I think that immersing ourselves in our hometowns and developing our abilities to understand our regions are important topics.
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