Action Research Using the “Nursing Practice Model for Patient Education” Megumi Higashi 1 , Fusae Kondo 2 , Etsuko Yokoyama 3 , Momoe Konagaya 4 , Kyoko Kodaira 5 , Michiyo Oka 6 , Miho Ohta 7 , Teruko Kawaguchi 8 , Hiroko Shimomura 9 , Emi Ohsawa 10 , Tomoe Inoue 11 , Miyako Oike 12 , Takako Kobayashi 13 , Yuko Hayashi 13 , Fumiko Yasukata 3 , Sanae Iha 14 , Naoto Hasegawa 15 , Narumi Takiguchi 16 , Hiromi Itoh 17 , Kazumi Oda 18 , Hiromi Onbe 6 , Chieko Domen 12 , Yukari Shimoda 19 1Saiseikai Central Hospital 2Faculty of Health Sciences and Nursing, Juntendo University 3Division of Nursing, School of Medicine, National Defense Medical College 4School of Nursing and Rehabilitation Sciences, Showa University 5Kansai University of Nursing and Health Sciences 6Graduate School of Health Sciences, Gunma University 7Faculty of Nursing, Tokyo Kasei University 8The Japanese Red Cross Hokkaido College of Nursing 9Japanese Red Cross College of Nursing 10Nagoya Medical Center 11Osaka Medical College Hospital 12The Department of Health Sciences, School of Medicine, Kyushu University 13Faculty of Nursing, Osaka Medical College 14Kusatsu General Hospital 15School of Nursing, Jichi Medical University 16Omori Red Cross Hospital 17Sunagawa City Medical Center 18Department of Nursing, School of Nursing, Sapporo City University 19Kyorin University Hospital Keyword: 看護の教育的関わりモデル , アクションリサーチ , 学習会 , 事例検討会 , nursing practice model for patient education , action research , teaching sessions , case study sessions pp.235-246
Published Date 2015/12/31
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 The purpose of this study was to clarify changes that occurred among nurses who participated in a learning relationship with researchers, while the nurses were performing patient education. The nurses learned to use the “nursing practice model for patient education (TK Model)” and the study was conducted on their learning experience.

 This action research study was conducted between February 2008 and April 2010. There were four nurses who participated. Fourteen case study sessions and teaching sessions were held and 7 to 15 nurses attended each study session.

 During the process of learning to use the TK Model, the nurses increased their practical skills. The phases of Introduction, Emergence, Stagnation, Breakthrough, Adoption, and Propagation were observed. Also during the process, changes occurred. There was a period of conflict between colleagues and doubt about the utility of the model had to be eliminated. Finally the nurses achieved understanding about the relationship between nursing practice and the model. Furthermore, the experience generated changes among nurses in other wards and at the outpatient clinics.

 These positive changes demonstrate the usefulness of the TK Model.

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