WHOCCWHO Collaborating Center for Nursing Development in Primary Health Care

研究活動(Activities)

St. Luke's International University,Terms of References

TOR 1

Title of Activity

Community People-Centred Care (PCC) models, based on the values of PHC in the aging societies.

Responsible person

Tomoko Kamei, RN, PHN, PhD. Professor, PCC Research Dept., Research Center, SLIU

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Keiko Takahashi, RN, PHN, PhD. Associate Professor, PCC Research Dept., Research Center, SLIU

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Description of the activity and how it is implemented

  1. We will develop a community People-Centered Care models, focusing on fall prevention awareness, health literacy, and prevention of home bound, based on the value of Primary Health Care in the ageing society. The outcomes will be uploaded on a website.
  2. We will develop a fall prevention People-Centered Care model based on a multifactorial intervention model for frail older adults. We'll develop an educational program in pre-admission and post-discharge in acute care hospitals, designed to facilitate home environmental safety fall prevention awareness, foot care, food, and exercise support for the elderly (SAFETY on !).
  3. We will develop an intergenerational People-Centered Care model based on reciprocal needs of people with frail and dementia older adults, and school-aged children in the ageing society. We will develop intergenerational support guidelines in cooperation with community volunteers, faculty members and participants designed to facilitate lifelong developmental support for both generations.
  4. We will improve health literacy for people who are confused about selecting the right health information in the ageing society using the People-Centered Care model and partnering with the community. We will develop a learning PCC model program for health professional staff.

TOR 2

Title of Activity

Development of new nursing models adapted to the decreasing birth rate society and diversified family structure.

Responsible person

Yaeko Kataoka, RN, CNM, PhD. Professor, Maternal Health Nursing & Midwifery, SLIU

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Yasuko Nagamatsu, RN, PHN, PhD. Associate Professor, Global Health Nursing, SLIU

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Erika OTA, RN, PHN, PhD. Professor, Global Health Nursing, SLIU

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Description of the activity and how it is implemented

  1. We will provide classes for pregnant women and their partner with one child to learn about pregnancy and childbirth, and teach their child(ren) about sexuality and promote reconstruction of the family with a new baby to promote reconstruction of a family with a new baby.
  2. We will provide opportunities for women and their families with pregnancy issues to share their experience of infertility treatment with health care providers. We will also give opportunities to learn and share about prevention of unwanted pregnancy and STIs among women and adolescent girls.
  3. We will provide opportunities for health promotion/illness prevention for mothers and children. We will share developed teaching materials as a solution to their own situations in Manila and the WPRO member states. The information will be published on a website.

TOR 3

Title of Activity

Midwifery Collaboration for Improving Reproductive Maternal, Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health in low resource countries

Responsible person

Shigeko Horiuchi, RN, CNM, PhD. Professor, Maternal Health Nursing & Midwifery, SLIU

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Description of the activity and how it is implemented

Using the concepts of Women-Centered Care and Humanized Childbirth, we will develop midwifery professionals who will contribute to improvement of reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health in low resource countries. The project will improve midwives’ abilities of: (a) adolescent reproductive health education, (b) antenatal education for mothers and families, (c) humanized childbirth at labor and delivery, and (d) newborn and child care.