Journal Article 徳島県内の看護職員高度人材育成研修推進事業における特定行為に係る実態調査
トクシマ ケンナイ ノ カンゴ ショクイン コウド ジンザイ イクセイ ケンシュウ スイシン ジギョウ ニオケル トクテイ コウイ ニ カカル ジッタイ チョウサ
Nurse administrators and hospital directors’ perspectives about nurses’ abilities in performing specific medical practices in hospitals within Tokushima Prefecture

安原, 由子  ,  飯藤, 大和  ,  桑村, 由美  ,  梅田, 弥生  ,  浦西, 由美  ,  谷岡, 哲也  ,  近藤, 和也  ,  岸田, 佐智  ,  苛原, 稔

71 ( 3-4 )  , pp.59 - 70 , 2015-08-25 , 徳島医学会
ISSN:00373699
NCID:AN00102041
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The purpose of this survey was to determine nurse administrators and hospital directors’ perspectives about nurses’ abilities in performing specific medical practices in hospitals in Tokushima Prefecture. The nurse administrators and hospital directors of all hospitals (113 hospitals) in Tokushima Prefecture were invited to respond to a survey questionnaire by mail posted during the period between February and March of 2015. Responses were received from 46 nurse administrators (response rate, 41%) and 38 hospital directors (response rate, 34%). The obtained data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and the narrative descriptions summarized. Majority of responses from nurse administrators and hospital directors were accepting that nurses have responsibilities for administering medicines such as tranquilizers, anti-anxiety and anticonvulsant drugs. This result was not affected by the size of the hospital, in which fifty four percent (54%) of respondents were from hospitals with less than 100 beds. In Japan, only hospitals with 100 beds or more may have procedures involving highly invasive treatments. Because of this, many of the respondents answered “not applicable” to statements in the questionnaire which were related to invasive treatments. Recruitment of nurses, strategies to cope with accidents and education curriculum were important concerns of nurse administrators and hospital directors which remain to be answered in future investigations.
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