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NII Resource type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Title: Women's healthと姓暴力被害者支援:医療関係者のためのカナダ研修に参加して
Other Titles: Approaches to Women's Health and Survivors of Domestic Violence in Canada.
Authors: 江藤, 宏美
森, 明子
三橋, 恭子
片岡, 弥恵子
Keywords: Domestic Violence
Risk Reduction
Women-Centered Care
Women's Health
Shimei: 聖路加看護大学紀要
Issue: 29
Start page: 32
End page: 39
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2003
ISSN: 02892863
Abstract: 我々は性暴力のなかでもドメスティック・バイオレンス(以下,DV)にフォーカスした支援ガ イドラインを,エビデンスに基づいて作成することを目的に研究をすすめている。今回,支援シ ステムの先進的なカナダのChildren'S & Women's Health Centre of British Columbia(以下,B.C. Women's)で開催された研修に参加した。研修の内容は,B.C.Women'sが行っている性暴力被害 者に対する医療活動の実際と,その活動の中心となる施設の視察である。さらに,研修に参加し た性暴力被害者支援に関わっている日本の研究者,援助職にそれぞれの立場と活動から,医療施 設での支援とそのあり方についての見解をインタビューし,情報を得た。 B.C.Women'sは教育や研究機関とパートナーシップを組み,周産期における女性と新生児ケ アと遺伝に関する医療,およびwomen's Healthに価値をおいたレベルの高いサービスを提供し ていた。その基本理念はwomen-centered careであり,女性を尊重し安全性を確保するというケ アを提供していた。また,参加者へのインタビューを通じて,支援のためのガイドラインの内容 に関わる項目が語られた。女性への細やかな配慮や具体的なケア,医療者のDVに関する認知や 研修の必要性,パラメディカルとの密なネットワークづくりの重要性が示唆された。
Abstract-Alternative: We are in the process of developing guidelines about supporting domestic violence survivors for health care providers and institutions based on research evidence. In this report we describe what we gained from attending a six-day program on this topic at the Children's & Women's Health Centre of British Columbia (B.C. Women's), a large and prestigious institution for women's health care. Our purpose in attending was to gain information related to medical, nursing and social welfare activities for survivors of domestic violence, to get suggestions about making guidelines for such activities and to make contact with other participants from Japan. B.C. Women's is guided by the principle that it ought to provide 'woman centered care', and, in doing so, respect women and ensure their safety. B.C. Women's provides high quality health services for women and infants during the peri-natal period, genetic counseling, and a broad range of specialized women's health services. At B.C. Women's there are collaborative relationships among the clinical, research, and teaching staff. In interviews, program participants suggested that it was important to provide sensitive care at hospitals based on the principle of woman centered care, educate and train all staff, and built networks with other care providers and organizations in the community who are interested in domestic violence and the well-being of women and families.
Bibliography: B.C Centre of Excellence for Women's Health Http://www.bccewh.bc.ca [2002/11/5]
Jill Cory. Women abuse response program.Training and resource guide. BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre. 2002.
Andrist L. A feminist model for Women's health care. Nursing Inquiry. 4, 1997, 268-274.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10285/454
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