聖路加国際大学についてUniversity Information

論文・学会発表・業績

【論文】

  1. Yumiko Igarashi, Rika Fukutomi, Beatrice Mwilike, Shigeko Horiuchi Perceptions of mothers who experienced early skin-to-skin contact after repeat cesarean section in Tanzania: Pilot implementation. International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences Volume 15, 2021, 100337
  2. Ulfa Y, Igarashi Y, Takahata K, Shishido E, Horiuchi S. Effectiveness of team-based learning on postpartum hemorrhage in midwifery students in Indonesia: A quasi-experimental study. Nurse Educ Today. 2021 Jun 16;105:105015. doi: 10.1016/j.nedt.2021.105015. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 34175565.
  3. Shimoda K, Leshabari S, Horiuchi S. Self-reported disrespect and abuse by nurses and midwives during childbirth in Tanzania: a cross-sectional study. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 2020 Oct 6; 20(1):584. doi: 10.1186/s12884-020-03256-5. PMID: 33023499; PMCID: PMC7542114.
  4. Ulfa Y, Igarashi Y, Takahata K, Horiuchi S. Effects of team-based learning about postpartum haemorrhage on learning outcomes and experience of midwifery students in Indonesia: A pilot study. Nurs Open. 2020 Sep 17; 8(1):241-250. doi: 10.1002/nop2.623. PMID: 33318832; PMCID: PMC7729650.
  5. Ulfa Y, Takahata K, Horiuchi S, Exploring Indonesia's midwifery education curriculum change: Faculty voices, Bulletin of St. Luke's International University, 2021; 7: 47-56.
  6. Mushy SE, Tarimo EAM, Fredrick Massae A, Horiuchi S. Barriers to the uptake of modern family planning methods among female youth of Temeke District in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: A qualitative study. Sex Reprod Healthc. 2020 Jun;24:100499. doi: 10.1016/j.srhc.2020.100499. Epub 2020 Feb 3. PMID: 32050123.
  7. Mushy SE, Horiuchi S (2020) Steps Forward in Addressing Underutilization of Modern Family Planning by Female Youth in Tanzania: a Commentary. Clinics Mother Child Health. 17:348. DOI: 10.35248/2090-7214.20.17.348.
  8. Sakurai S, Horiuchi S, Using 5S-KAIZEN for Improvement of Patients' Caesarean Section Wound Care at Muhimbili National Hospital in Tanzania, Bulletin of St. Luke's International University,2021; 7: 86-90.
  9. Miyauchi A, Horiuchi S, Nicaragua’s Casa Materna Support for Adolescent Single Mothers, Bulletin of St. Luke's International University,2021; 7: 165-170.
  10. Mwilike, B., Shimoda, K., Oka, M., Leshabari, S., Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S.(2018). A Feasibility Study of an Educational Program on Obstetric Danger Signs among Pregnant Adolescents in Tanzania: A mixed-methods Study. International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, 8, 33-43. doi:10.1016/j.ijans.2018.02.004
  11. Shimoda, K., Horiuchi, S., Leshabari, S., Shimpuku, Y.(2018) Midwives’ respect and disrespect of women during facility-based childbirth in urban Tanzania: a qualitative study. Reproductive Health 15, 8. doi:10.1186/s12978-017-0447-6
  12. A, Tohi. Horiuchi, S. Shimpuku, Y. Madeni, F. Leshabari, S. (2016). Overcoming barriers to inclusive education: A reproductive health awareness programme for adolescents in rural Tanzania. AFRICAN Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health, January–March 2016, Vol 10, No 1. p27-32.
  13. Shimoda, K., Leshabari, S., Horiuchi S., Shimpuku, Y., Tashiro, J. (2015). Midwives’ intrapartum monitoring process and management resulting in emergency referrals in Tanzania: a qualitative study. BMC Pregnancy & Childbirth, 15, 248. doi:10.1186/s12884-015-0691-0
  14. Nao Tanaka, Shigeko Horiuchi, Yoko Shimpuku and Sebalda Leshabari. “Career development expectations and challenges of midwives in Urban Tanzania: a preliminary study” BMC Nursing, 14, 27. doi:10.1186/s12912-015-0081-y
  15. Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S., Leshabari, C.S., Mkoka, D., Nagamatsu Y., Matsutani M., Eto, H., Oguro, M., Yaju, Y., Iida, M., Mbekenga, C., Mselle L., Mtawa, A. (2015). Global Collaboration Between Tanzania and Japan to Advance Midwifery Profession: A Case Report of A Partnership Model, Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 5(11), 1-9. doi: 10.5430/jnep.v5n11p1
  16. Frida Madeni†, Shigeko Horiuchi*† and Mariko Iida† "Evaluation of a reproductive health awareness program for adolescence in urban Tanzania-A quasi-experimental pre-test post-test research" Madeni et al. Reproductive Health 2011

【学会発表】

  • Shimoda, K. “Prevalence of Nurses’ and Midwives’ Self-Reported Disrespect and Abuse of Women During Facility-Based Childbirth in Tanzania”. ECSACON 2018 (Nairobi, Kenya), SEP 3-6, 2018.
  • Tada, K.  “Breastfeeding Perception and Behavior among Mothers of Low-birth-weight Baby Discharged from Muhimbili National Hospital in Urban Tanzania: A Longitudinal Survey”. ECSACON 2018 (Nairobi, Kenya), SEP 3-6, 2018.
  • Fukutomi, R. “The Twelve Weeks Process After Introducing Early Essential Newborn Care (EENC) and Practical Behavior Changes by Midwives”. ECSACON 2018 (Nairobi, Kenya), SEP 3-6, 2018.
  • Mwilike, B. “An Education Program for Pregnant Adolescents Using Peers in Tanzania: A Quasi-Experimental Study”. ECSACON 2018 (Nairobi, Kenya), SEP 3-6, 2018.
  • Shimoda, K. "Respectful and disrespectful midwifery care practice within an urban Tanzanian labor ward”. ITM-ENSP Colloquium 2015 (Rabat, Morocco), Nov 24-27, 2015
  • Tanaka, N. “Midwives' Expectations and Challenges for Scaling-Up As Professionals in Urban Tanzania: A Preliminary Study.” the ICM Asia Pacific Regional Conference 2015 (Yokohama, Japan), July 20-22, 2015
  • Shimoda, K. “Midwivesʼ Intrapartum Monitoring Process and Management Resulting in Emergency Referrals in Tanzania: A Qualitative Study.” the ICM Asia Pacific Regional Conference 2015 (Yokohama, Japan), July 20-22, 2015
  • Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S., Nagamatsu, Y. “Foundation of Global Cooperation in Graduate Midwifery Education – Lesson Learned from Experience in Tanzania and Development from now on -.” the 29th Japan Academy of Midwifery, March 28-29, 2014
  • Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S., Matsutani, M., Eto, H., Nagamatsu, Y., Oguro, M., Iida, M., Yaju,Y. “Partnership Model of Global Collaboration: The Shared Value of Humanized Childbirth in Tanzania,” 17th East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars (Manila, Philippines) February 20-21, 2014
  • Takeuchi, S., Shimoda, K., Takahata, K., Nagamatsu, Y., Eto, H., Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S. “Midwives’ perceptional changes at the “Humanized Childbirth” Seminar in Tanzania” The 15th Japan Academy of Human Care Conference (Tokyo, Japan), July 6-7, 2013
  • Wakai, S., Shimpuku, Y., Iida, M., Nagamatsu, Y., Yaju,Y., Eto, H., Mori, T., Horiuchi, S. Tanzanian midwives’ Perceptions of “Women-Centered Care” at “Humanized Childbirth” seminar, the 27th Japan Academy of Midwifery (Kanazawa, Japan) May 1-2, 2013
  • Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S. “The Concept of “Humanization of Childbirth with Women-Centered Care (HC/WCC): Japanese Nurse-Midwives’ Application of the Concept to Global Health Research, Education, and Practice”, the 10th Annual National Conference, Asian American Pacific Islander Nurses Association, “Global Health: Nursing in the Future- Research, Education, and Practice” (Honolulu, Hawaii) March 19-20, 2013
  • Shimpuku, Y. Horiuchi, S., Matsutani, M., Eto, H., Nagamatsu, Y., Iida, M., Yaju,Y., Mori, T. "Process report of the collaborative project to develop the Master's program in Midwifery in Tanzania: The seminar of "Humanized Childbirth" The 7th St. Luke's Academia (Tokyo, Japan) February 2013
  • Shimpuku, Y. Horiuchi, S., Leshabari, S., Malima, K., Matsutani, M., Eto, H., Nagamatsu, Y., Oguro, M. Yaju,Y. "Starting a Midwifery Master's programme in Tanzania: Lesson learned from the collaborative project between Tanzania and Japan" The East, Central, and Southern African College of Nursing the 10th Scientific Conference (Port Louis, Mauritius) September 2012
  • Shimpuku, Y. Horiuchi, S., Leshabari, S., Malima, K., Matsutani, M., Eto, H., Nagamatsu, Y., Oguro, M. Yaju, Y. "Process Report of a Collaborative Project between Tanzania and Japan to Develop a Master's Program in Midwifery" The 9th International Conference of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery (Kobe, Japan) June 2012
  • Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S., Leshabari, S., Matsutani, Eto, H., M., Nagamatsu, Y., Oguro, M. "Collaboration between Japanese and Tanzanian Midwives to develop the First Midwifery Master's Course in Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Science, Tanzania: A Case Report" 2011 Joint Conference: 52nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Tropical Medicine, 26th Annual Meeting of Japan Association for International Health (Tokyo, Japan) November 2011

【その他】

  • 新福洋子. (2015). 聖路加‐JICA大学連携から生まれる夢の実現の機会. Re, 10(188), 20-23.
  • 新福洋子, 麓杏奈, 大場久美子, 川野嘉子, 新妻佑子, 岩井恵, 岡美雪, 長松康子, 堀内成子. (2015). 大学院ウィメンズヘルス・助産学 国際協働論演習タンザニアへの展開. 聖路加国際大学紀要, 1, 46-51.
  • 下田佳奈, 新福洋子. (2015). アジア・アフリカ・ラテンアメリカの看護教育:第一回タンザニア:「人を助ける看護」を実践するための看護教育. 看護教育, 56(4). 348-352.
  • 堀内成子, 新福洋子.(2015). JICAと聖路加のコラボレーション 新プログラムの紹介 国際保健の最前線で青年海外協力隊での活動と大学院での学びを同時に実現. 助産雑誌, 69(2), 134-136.
  • 新福 洋子. (2014). タンザニア, ムヒンビリ健康科学大学での国際協同論演習から考察する“看護”の理論構築の重要性. 聖路加国際大学紀要, 40,35-41.