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Japanese
Academic Year 2020Year School/Graduate School Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences (Master’s Course)
Lecture Code TB270403 Subject Classification Specialized Education
Subject Name 慢性疾患ケア看護学特論4
Subject Name
(Katakana)
マンセイシッカンケアカンゴガクトクロン4
Subject Name in
English
Lecture on Chronic Care Nursing 4
Instructor MORIYAMA MICHIKO
Instructor
(Katakana)
モリヤマ ミチコ
Campus Kasumi Semester/Term 1st-Year,  Second Semester,  Second Semester
Days, Periods, and Classrooms (2nd) Mon7-8
Lesson Style Lecture Lesson Style
【More Details】
Lecture 
Credits 2.0 Class Hours/Week   Language on Instruction J : Japanese
Course Level 6 : Graduate Advanced
Course Area(Area) 27 : Health Sciences
Course Area(Discipline) 04 : Nursing and Rehabilitation Sciences
Eligible Students Master's program, CNS in Chronic Care students, better to take the first year
Keywords Self-management, patient education, symptom management, health counseling, advanced nursing skills 
Special Subject for Teacher Education   Special Subject  
Class Status
within Educational
Program
 
Criterion referenced
Evaluation
 
Class Objectives
/Class Outline
<Course description>
In order to provide best nursing care in response to various illness stages/conditions of individuals, families, and groups with chronic illness, learn theories and methodologies related to those advanced nursing skills and evaluation methods
Especially, learn and acquire advanced nursing skills and self-management related to prevention, diagnosis, and treatment individuals, families, and groups.
<Objectives>
Upon completion of the course the students will be able to;
1. Understand self-management education for individuals, families, and groups. Learn behavior modification theories & evaluation techniques, and skills necessary for self-management education.
2. Learn advanced nursing skills and evaluation techniques necessary for managing major symptoms.
3. Learn and acquire health counseling techniques while empowering people and activating natural healing p 
Class Schedule lesson1 (CNS, Yuriko Soeda)
Conceptual frameworks and structures of self-management and self-management education
-What is self-management
1) Definition of self-management
2) Sign management
3) Symptom management
4) Stress management
-Restructuring daily life
lesson2 (CNS, Yuriko Soeda)
Conceptual frameworks and structures of self-management and self-management education (continued)
-What is self-management
1) Definition of self-management
2) Sign management
3) Symptom management
4) Stress management
-Restructuring daily life
lesson3 (Dr.Michiyo Oka)
Self-management, theories of behavior modification, and evaluation
1) Cognitive behavior therapies & theories
2) Self-efficacy
3) Health Belief Model
4) Empowerment
lesson4 (Dr.Michiyo Oka)
Self-management, theories of behavior modification, and evaluation (continued)
-Development of educational programs, materials, and the evaluation methods in order to elevate self-efficacy and to maintain modified behaviors
lesson5 (CNS, Yuriko Soeda)
Session 1: Chronic illness symptom management and the evaluation
- Understanding models
lesson6 (CNS, Yuriko Soeda)
Session 1: Chronic illness symptom management and the evaluation (COntinued)
- learning theories and acquiring skills dealing with major symptoms (for example, chronic pain, fatigue, sleeping disorder, dyspnea, depression)
lesson7 (CNS, Yuriko Soeda)
Session 2: Chronic illness symptom management and the evaluation
- How to deal with severe symptoms and case management: Symptom management and consultation
lesson8 (CNS, Yuriko Soeda)
Session 2: Chronic illness symptom management and the evaluation (continued)
- How to deal with severe symptoms and case management: Symptom management and consultation
lesson9 (NP, Noriko Nakayama)
Session 1: Fundamental theories and skills for health counseling
  - How to develop and maintain client-therapist relationship
  - Empowerment interviewing
lesson10 (NP, Noriko Nakayama)
Session 1: Fundamental theories and skills for health counseling (continued)
  - How to develop and maintain client-therapist relationship
  - Empowerment interviewing
lesson11 (NP, Noriko Nakayama)
Session 2: Fundamental theories and skills for health counseling
  - Empowerment interviewing
  - Case management and role plays
lesson12 (NP, Noriko Nakayama)
Session 2: Fundamental theories and skills for health counseling (continued)
  - Empowerment interviewing
  - Case management and role plays
lesson13 (CNS, Atsuko Baba)
Primary & secondary prevention for chronic illness/NCD (non-communicable diseases): approach from occupational health
lesson14 (CNS, Atsuko Baba)
Primary & secondary prevention for chronic illness/NCD (non-communicable diseases): approach from occupational health (continued)
lesson15
Case analysis, case presentation, summary, & discussion

Report 1 & report 2 (by Ms.Soeda) will be assigned. Details are listed in the course guidebook. 
Text/Reference
Books,etc.
Funnell M.M., Brown T.L., Childs B.P., Haas L.B., Hosey G.M., Jensen B., et al. (2007). National standards for diabetes self-management education. The Diabetes Educator, 33(4), 599-614.
・ホイットマン他著, 安酸史子監訳:ナースのための患者教育と健康教育. 医学書院
・ラブキン&ラーセン著, 黒江ゆり子監訳:クロニックイルネス-人と病いの新たなかかわり. 医学書院
・ケイト・ローリッグ他著, 近藤房恵訳:慢性疾患自己管理ガイダンス. 日本看護協会出版会
・宗像恒次監修, ヘルスカウンセリング学会編集:カウンセリング医療と健康--ヘルスカウンセリングへの 
招待. 金子書房
・安酸史子:糖尿病患者のセルフマネジメント教育?エンパワメントと自己効力. メディカ出版
・パトリシア J ラーソン:Symptom management―患者主体の症状マネジメントの概念と臨床応用
(別冊「ナーシング・トゥデイ」 (12))、日本看護協会出版会
<参考書>
・ ステファン・ロルニック他著:健康のための行動変容--保健医療従事者のためのガイド. 法研
・ 河口てる子監訳:これだけは知っておきたい患者教育. 医学書院
・ 福西勇夫, 秋本倫子:糖尿病患者への心理学的アプローチ. Gakken
・ 宗像恒次著:行動科学からみた健康と病気. メヂカルフレンド社 
PC or AV used in
Class,etc.
computer 
Suggestions on
Preparation and
Review
Pre, post assignment are listed in the course guidebook. 
Requirements  
Grading Method Participation and contribution of this class  40%
Report in Patient-education (20% x 2 cased)  40%
Report in symptom management (by Ms.Soeda)  20% 
Practical Experience  
Summary of Practical Experience and Class Contents based on it  
Message  
Other   
Please fill in the class improvement questionnaire which is carried out on all classes.
Instructors will reflect on your feedback and utilize the information for improving their teaching. 
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