Departmental Bulletin Paper 看護系大学と自治体との連携による災害支援組織の発展過程 : 新潟県大学災害支援連携協議会活動のエコマップを用いた分析
Developmental process of a disaster aid organization based on cooperation among nursing universities and autonomous communities : Analysis of the activities by University of Niigata Prefecture Disaster Aid Cooperation Council using ecomaps

青木, 萩子  ,  齋藤, 智子  ,  岩佐, 有華  ,  宇田, 優子  ,  袖山, 悦子  ,  杉本, 洋  ,  飯吉, 令枝  ,  山田, 正実  ,  本間, 昭子  ,  坪川, トモ子  ,  田辺, 生子  ,  野上, 聡子  ,  佐藤, 順子  ,  榎田, 健  ,  高野, 真弓  ,  清水, 智子  ,  Aoki, Hagiko  ,  Iwasa, Yuka  ,  Saito, Tomoko  ,  Uda, Yuko  ,  Sodeyama, Etsuko  ,  Sugimoto, Hiroshi  ,  Iiyoshi, Yoshie  ,  Yamada, Masami  ,  Honma, Shoko  ,  Tsubokawa, Tomoko  ,  Tanabe, Seiko  ,  Nogami, Satoko  ,  Sato, Junko  ,  Enokida, Takeshi  ,  Takano, Mayumi  ,  Shizu, Tomoko

12 ( 1 )  , pp.47 - 55 , 2015-09 , 新潟大学医学部保健学科
On the basis of the experiences of Niigata Prefecture in disaster nursing in past disaster situations, the University of Niigata Prefecture Disaster Aid Cooperation Council was constituted in February 2009 as part of a system for disaster prevention and disaster support, consisting of autonomous communities and educational facilities, including nursing universities. In the present study, 7 members of the council drew their ecomaps in February 2009 and July 2012, and the differences were analyzed, in order to clarify how the council developed cooperation and achieved systemization after it was constituted. The results showed that the number of cooperative relationships for all of the members increased from 51 in total at the time of constitution of the council to 80 after 3 years and 5 months. The changes in the systemization of the members showed the development of cooperation between different departments within a nursing university, among universities, and between universities and autonomous communities. It was also found that a wide variety of members from highly specialized agencies to individuals, such as disaster medical coordination teams, NPOs and volunteers participated and achieved systemization in the council, leading to expansion of the whole organization. Such development in cooperation and systemization was considered to be due to the establishment of substantive mutual exchanges among nursing universities and autonomous communities, as well as due to push forward the organization by its collaborative works in disaster relief for victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake also in neighboring prefectures.

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