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Awareness of Providing and Receiving Information among Nurses, Care Workers, and Rehabilitation Therapists at Health Care Facilities for the Elderly Michiyo Yamamoto 1 , Akiko Okumiya 2 , Takeshi Yamamoto 3 1Hokkaido University of Science Department of Nursing Faculty of Health Sciences 2Teikyo University of Science Department of Faculty of Medical Sciences 3Sapporo Medical University Center for Medical Education Department of Educational Development Keyword: 介護老人保健施設 , 医療・福祉専門職 , 情報共有 , 質問紙調査 , 多職種連携 , health care facilities for the elderly , health care professionals , information sharing , questionnaire survey , collaborative practice pp.58-65
Published Date 2015/3/30
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 This purpose of this study was to clarify awareness of information transfer with other professional occupations among staff at health care facilities for the elderly. Self-administered questionnaires were conducted with 160 nurses, 275 care workers, and 99 rehabilitation therapists. The study focused on information such as residents' illnesses, everyday living conditions, and functional training and required participants to state their awareness of “providing (receiving) information” for each item on four levels. The Wilcoxon signed-rank test was used to analyze the participants' awareness of information transfer. Nurses' awareness of information transfer differed from that of care workers with regard to seven items, such as residents' illnesses and professional knowledge and skills, and from that of rehabilitation therapists with regard to six items, such as residents' illnesses, everyday living conditions, and family intentions. Care workers' awareness of information transfer differed from that of nurses with regard to seven items, such as residents' illnesses and everyday living conditions, and from that of rehabilitation therapists with regard to seven items, such as residents' illnesses and family intentions. Rehabilitation therapists' awareness of information transfer differed from that of nurses with regard to seven items, such as the content of residents' training and professional knowledge and skills, and from that of care workers with regard to six items, such as everyday living conditions.


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電子版ISSN 印刷版ISSN 1346-9665 日本老年看護学会

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