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tamura atsuko

    ChildNursing Associate Professor
Last Updated :2021/10/19

Researcher Information

J-Global ID

Research Areas

  • Life sciences / Lifelong developmental nursing / Child Health Nursing

Academic & Professional Experience

  • 2018/04 - Today  Jichi Medical University看護学部Assistant Professor

Published Papers

  • Factors Rerated to the "Sense of Fullfillment of Srudent Life" of University Nursing Students
    Naoto Hasegawa
    自治医科大学看護学ジャーナル 14 25 - 35 2017/03 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • 成田 伸, 大塚 公一郎, 中村 美鈴, 横山 由美, 里光 やよい, 鈴木 久美子, 角川 志穂, 塚本 友栄, 浜端 賢次, 田村 敦子, 長谷川 直人, 平尾 温司, 福田 順子
    自治医科大学看護学ジャーナル 自治医科大学看護学部 13 34  1882-9880 2016/03 [Not refereed][Not invited]


  • Tamura Atsuko  Journal of Japanese Society of Child Health Nursing  21-  (1)  24  -31  2012/03  [Not refereed][Not invited]
    The purpose of this study was to increase the understanding and to develop the structure on chronic illnesses in adolescents, so that they would obtain the necessary information required as part of their self care. The consenting participants were 11 outpatients (6 girls and 5 boys) of the age range of 13-20 years. All of them had chronic conditions such as post-liver transplant complications, nephrosis, hyperthyroidism, and dwarfism; these conditions had been developed following a brain tumor and asthma. Data were collected through semi-structured interviews with these participants, and these data were analyzed using Corbin and Strauss's grounded theory methodology. The findings revealed the following 3 categories: the foundation for adolescents to obtain information, initial stages of obtaining information by the adolescents, taking the responsibility of making a decision. Development of the Structure of Chronic Illnesses in Adolescents for Them to Obtain Information as part of Self-Care is that as follows; they would be open the way to the future whereby the adolescents would be aware of their problem and take decisions by themselves on the basis of the previous knowledge and resources. These findings indicate that health education for adolescents should cover chronic illnesses and include peer group discussions in order to enable them for self-care during such illnesses.
  • 吉川佳孝, 朝野春美, 簗瀬順子, 川口千鶴, 山本美佐子, 及川郁子, 濱中喜代, 長谷川桂子, 佐竹留美子, 石井由美, 田村敦子, 岡崎章  日本小児保健学会講演集  57th-  203  2010  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 幸田由香, 佐竹留美子, 永瀬恭子, 桃井恵理子, 田村敦子, 吉川久美子, 草川功  日本小児保健学会講演集  55th-  166  2008/08  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Sakyo Yumi, Matsutani Miwako, Yamazaki Yoshimi, Nakayama Hisako, Okubo Nobuko, Ishimoto Akiko, Mitsumori Yasuko, Tada Atsuko, Indo Keiko, Setoyama Yoko, Muramatsu Junko, Oyama Atsuko, Iwanabe Kyoko, Mori Akiko, Arimori Naoko, Imai Toshiko, Hara Mizue, Hishinuma Michiko  Journal of St. Luke's Society of Nursing Research  11-  (1)  116  -124  2007/06  [Not refereed][Not invited]
    The objective of this article is to provide an overview of the St. Luke's College of Nursing 21st Century COE Program 7th International Relay Symposium "Let's Learn about Our Body with Children!" and to consider the components of people-centered care by analyzing and evaluating the process by which the symposium was conducted. The objective of the symposium was to provide methods through which five-year-old children can learn about the human body and to facilitate the meaningful exchange of opinions with the general public. The symposium was targeted for five-year-old children and their parents, as well as various specialists working with five-year-olds, such as childcare professionals, kindergarten teachers, and nurses and school health nurses. The symposium was planned and carried out in cooperation with the general public. Each event on the program was kept to within 20 minutes, and a picture story show and song and dance were included in the program to ensure that children did not lose their interest. Several things were achieved through the process of working cooperatively with the general public in order to conduct the symposium. The elements of people-centered care acquired through past COE activities were confirmed. The staff members experienced the process of "drawing out and exposing (ascertaining them from each other) hidden needs within the community, and shifting activities towards cooperative efforts with specialists and further developing those activities". In addition, a new important element in such activities, "ascertaining things from each other", was uncovered. The symposium also allowed us to shift the focus of cooperation with the general public, something that we had initially been searching for ways of achieving effectively, towards vibrant and energetic cooperation with the community. Moreover, it was confirmed that the process of cooperation with the general public has continued to develop, moving towards symposiums whereby the community and specialistswork together in search of further progress in their activities. Several future issues were re-identified: the status of further cooperation with the community, and concrete methods for evaluating methods by which five-year-olds can learn about the body.
  • MATSUTANI Miwako, HISHINUMA Michiko, SAKYO Yumi, NAKAYAMA Hisako, YAMAZAKI Yoshimi, OHKUBO Nobuko, ISHIMOTO Akiko, TASHIRO Junko, SHIRAKI Kazuo, MORI Akiko, ARIMORI Naoko, IWANABE Kyoko, IMAI Toshiko, SHIMADA Takako, NISHIDA Miyuki, KIMURA Chieko, TADA Atsuko, MITSUMORI Yasuko, AIZAWA Mieko, SETOYAMA Yoko, DAI Yuka, MURAMATSU Junko, HARA Mizue  Bulletin of St. Luke's College of Nursing  (33)  48  -54  2007/03  [Not refereed][Not invited]
    This research is on the assumption that knowledge of the body is necessary for people to take initiative in their own healthcare. Prior research indicates that age 5 is the best age to start systematic education about the body. We have developed an educational program about the digestive system. This program was presented to 69 5-year-olds in two nursery schools and two classes of a kindergarten. Teaching aids include a panel theater ('kamishibai'), picture book and a T-shirt depicting the digestive system. Nurse teachers presented the story "How an apple becomes a BM" using the panel theater. Then, the nurse teachers reviewed what they had presented, while manipulating the special T-shirt. From the T-shirt teachers could remove the parts, open the organs and show the stuffed fabric representing apples at various phases in their digestion. Lastly, each preschooler was given a picture book to take home. Forty-five mothers and five nurse teachers responded to an evaluation questionnaire and indicated that this program was an incentive to learn about the body; that they expected a series of the programs; and that after the preschoolers returned home, they talked with their mothers and other family members about the digestive system using words they learnt. From our work we recognize that partnership with parents and nurse teachers is critical for continued program development. A cohort study is needed in order to evaluate the contribution of our program to understanding of the body.
  • 多田 敦子, 川口 千鶴, 朝野 春美  Jichi Medical School journal of nursing  4-  55  -62  2006  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 川口 千鶴, 朝野 春美, 多田 敦子  自治医科大学看護学部紀要  4-  109  -113  2006  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Tada Atsukoabe Teruko, Sasaki Daisuke  弘前大学保健管理概要  19-  5  -12  1998  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 多田 敦子, 阿部 テル子, 佐々木 大輔  日本看護研究学会雑誌  20-  (3)  1997/06  [Not refereed][Not invited]

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