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A questionnaire survey on the use of placebo in clinical practice by nurses in Japan Miho TANAKA 1 , Akira KOMATSU 2 1School of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine, Toho University 2Faculty of Medical Technology, Teikyo University Keyword: 看護倫理 , プラシーボ与薬 , 質問紙調査 , 倫理性の認識 , nursing ethics , placebo , questionnaires survey , perception of ethics pp.36-46
Published Date 2011/2/10
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.7001100045
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We surveyed the current state of placebo administration by clinical nurses working in Japan using self-written unsigned answer sheets. We sent a questionnaire to 954 hospitals that have over 300 beds, all over the country. Eighty nine percent of the nurses who responded had used a placebo and about half of these nurses (166, 48%) reported that the placebo was effective or very effective. Fifty nine percent of nurses (192) believed the practice to be ethically permissible. When use of placebo was effective in the patient, about 60% was answered as “If it is effective, you may not speak the truth”. We found that nurses' experience influences their ethical attitude. When administering the placebo nurses had feelings that they could be in a moral ambiguity. However, they did not have time to reflect on these feelings as they were buried in their routine work.


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電子版ISSN 2434-7361 印刷版ISSN 1883-244X 日本看護倫理学会

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