Departmental Bulletin Paper 総合看護実習(産業看護)の評価と今後の課題
Student's learning outcomes and future subject in comprehensive nursing practicum (Occupational health nursing practicum)

金井, 優子  ,  永吉, ルリ子  ,  比嘉, 憲枝  ,  島袋, 尚美  ,  松田, めぐみ  ,  かない, ゆうこ  ,  ながよし, るりこ  ,  ひが, のりえ  ,  しまぶくろ, なおみ  ,  まつだ, めぐみ  ,  Kanai, Yuko  ,  Nagayoshi, Ruriko  ,  Higa, Norie  ,  Shimabukuro, Naomi  ,  Matsuda, Megumi  ,  名桜大学人間健康学部

(25)  , pp.99 - 105 , 2016-03 , 名桜大学総合研究所
This research rates the content of comprehensive nursing practicum (Occupational health nursing) and the quality of the students' learning. The research also examines how occupational health nursing practicum should be in the future. We extracted the average and the standard deviation value of the students' self-evaluation and teacher evaluation, as well as the learning experience of the practicum from the “What was Learned from Comprehensive Nursing Practicum” report in 2014. The students were 9 fourth year nursing-major students, who selected to receive occupational nursing practicum. (1) The average point of the student self-evaluation and teacher evaluation were over 4.0 points in all the 15 rating sections. The highest rank in the student self-evaluation and teacher evaluation was the section “11. Was able to practice nursing care while being able to care for the target person's safety and comfort”. The lowest rank was “8. Was able to prioritize the extracted problems”. (2) According to the findings in the final practicum report “5 Maintenances in Occupational Health”, the content of training done by students or training that employees were involved in, such as inspecting tour in the work site, health education and analyzing health inspection results left an impression. In conclusion, teachers need to be able to assess and confirm through daily conferences the complishments of students so that students can learn to extract and prioritize health problems that are presented in situations such as mass-to-individual and individual-to-mass health support, health support policies of organizations, and the influence that working and work environments have on health. Moreover, the training content needs to be consolidated and teachers need to work with instructors to support the students so that students can gain practical skills needed for working in occupational health nursing activities.

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