Departmental Bulletin Paper 行政機関に勤務する新任保健師の職業的アイデンティティの構成要素 <原著>
Professional identity components of novice public health nurses working for local government agencies

金藤, 亜希子  ,  中谷, 久恵  ,  大﨏, 美樹

14pp.1 - 10 , 2017-03-31 , 広島大学保健学出版会
ISSN:1347-7323
NCID:AA11601063
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本研究は,新任保健師の保健活動の体験に基づく内容から職業的アイデンティティの構成要素を明らかにすることを目的とした.保健師経験2年目の新任保健師7名を対象に,職業的アイデンティティの意識を尋ねるための個別面接調査及び集団面接調査を実施し,帰納的アプローチによる質的記述的分析を行った.分析の結果,新任保健師の職業的アイデンティティの構成要素として【力量不足の自覚】,【役割遂行への責任感】,【他者からの評価による存在価値の確認】,【活動の振り返りから得た自信】,【職業への誇り】,【目標のある自己研鍾】の6つのカテゴリーを得た.新任保健師の職業的アイデンティティを形成するためには,自身の保健活動を上司や先輩保健師と共に省察し,先輩保健師や住民等支援対象者,関係機関に支えられることにより,保健師として成長するための明確な目標をもって積極的に自己研績を行う事が重要である事が推察された.
The purpose of this study was to clarify components that constitute novice public health nurses' professional identity acquired through their work experiences. Semi-structured 60-minute interviews were conducted on 7 novice public health nurses with work experience of 2 years for administrative agencies. Qualitative descriptive analysis by an inductive approach identified 6 categories pertaining to their professional identities: [1] awareness of a lack of professional competence, [2] sense of responsibility in pursuing their occupational role, [3] awareness of their worth based on evaluation by others, [4] professional confidence obtained through review of their actions, [5] sense of pride in their profession and their adaptability to the environment, and [6] clear goals for self-improvement based on their experiences. It is important for novice public health nurses to devote themselves positively to the profession with clear aims to improve their skills and attitude for development of professional identity. This can be achieved through reflection on their healthcare activities together with the advice and support from supervisors and/ or senior colleagues, and through their work experiences with local citizens.
本研究は平成24-27年度厚生労働科学研究費補助金若手研究(B)(課題番号:24792556)助成の一部として実施しました.
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