Development of nursing education program using the framework of a self-care agency for people with diabetes Taki Yoshida(Nakahama) 1 , Yasuko Shimizu 2 , Yoshiko Miyawaki 3 , Natsuko Seto 2 , Chisono Ohara 3 1Japan Community Health care Organization 2Division of Health Sciences, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine 3Doctral Program, Division of Health Sciences, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine Keyword: 糖尿病看護 , 教育プログラム , セルフケア能力 , 質的統合法(KJ法) , Diabetes Nursing , Education program , Self-care agency , Qualitative synthesis method (the KJ Method) pp.5-15
Published Date 2016/3/30
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[PURPOSE] The aim of the present study was to clarify the responses of ward nurses who participated in a nursing education program targeting that utilized elements of the self-care ability of people with diabetes (referred to below as the ‘education program’),and evaluate the contents of the program.

[METHOD] At three consenting institutions, we analyzed nurse responses at the time of the education program and data from semi-structured interviews with 15 nurses afterwards using a qualitative synthesis method (the KJ Method).

[RESULTS] As a result of the analysis using the KJ Method for each institution, 9 symbol marks were extracted for Institution A, 7 for Institution B, and 9 for Institution C. After categorization by focusing on their similarities and differences, the responses of the nurses in relation to the education program were sorted into the 7 categories of ‘broadening of subject understanding’, ‘swelling of interest for the education program’, ‘techniques for supporting patients became clearer’, ‘reflection on one's own nursing practices’, ‘change in nursing practice’, ‘future application methods’, and ‘topics of the education program’ (Symbol mark is expressed the contents of the final label obtained by repeating the grouping).

[CONCLUSIONS] While the education program was carried out with the aim to encourage a diversified subject understanding, the results demonstrated that this was not limited to ‘broadening of subject understanding’, but was also connected to ‘change in nursing practice’. We were able to obtain suggestions for the refinement and effectiveness of the education program from the results of this research.

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