Departmental Bulletin Paper 高齢者の看取り支援に対する政策的課題
Policy Issues for the Elderly of End-of-life Care Support
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高橋, 幸裕  ,  Yukihiro, TAKAHASHI  ,  尚美学園大学総合政策学部

Positioning of social welfare policy is shaken in the Aging Society, Japan, which was asmall production multi-social. Long-term care is growing demand for care services alsoto penetration of the insurance system, needs have also diversified. However, the shift isbeginning to occur and views on life and death of Elderly welfare policy and the Japanesehave been the post-war development. Where do the dying, is the divergence to the idealand reality whether that be greeted has occurred. As a result, the need to diversify not only welfare enhancement of living continues to conventional health, has come to be comprehensive to death. However, it is not sufficient. It of course proceed with construction of enhancement and systems of care services, it is necessary to the construction of a framework that encompasses the death even in law and policy. To continue to mature as awelfare state, it must be kept in mind also that what QOD (Quality of Death) is increasedto anywhere that each individual die better, but still sufficient discussion and society, including the social maturity It is a state in which agreement is not formed. In the future, it is necessary to proceed with policy development in the form of comprehensive leastdeath. Only when you realize this, it would not be able to present a new model as thewelfare state.

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