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NII Resource type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Title: 看護教育法としての「サービス・ラーニング」実践研究文献レビュー
Other Titles: Service learning as a nursing education : Research article review.
Authors: 松谷, 美和子
田代, 順子
香春, 知永
酒井, 昌子
三橋, 恭子
平林, 優子
森, 明子
菱沼, 典子
川越, 博美
及川, 郁子
小澤, 道子
Keywords: サービス・ラーニング
看護教育法
文献レビュー
service learning
pedagogy for nursing
literature review
Shimei: 聖路加看護大学紀要
Issue: 30
Start page: 31
End page: 38
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2004
ISSN: 02892863
Abstract: 社会の変化に対応して,現在,保健行政改革及び大学教育改革が進んできており,看護や教育も社会責任の共有や連 携を課題として変革を迫られている。本文献レビューの目的は,これからの日本の大学での看護教育改革への適用の可 能性を探索するために,看護教育方法としてのサービス・ラーニングの活用とその教育効果についての研究の文献を検 討することであった。サービス・ラーニング,看護教育をキーワードとして和洋文献を検索し,入手可能な教育実践研 究の23文献を対象に検討を行った。検討の結果,学部から博士課程までの学生を対象としたサービス・ラーニングに よる教育プログラムが開発されていた。学習内容は,地域でのさまざまなヘルスプログラムを通してサービスを行うも のであり,その結果,学生,教員,地域から多くの成果が報告されていた。しかし,教員およびパートナーの負担や財 政の問題も報告されていた。社会ニーズに応えることのできる看護職の教育は,少子高齢社会の日本においても今日の 課題である。これら米国におけるサービス・ラーニングの実践研究の結果を参考にして,日本の社会ニーズを把握しな がら看護の教育改革に取り組む必要性が示唆された。
Abstract-Alternative: After centuries of cultural stability Japan is now experiencing complex societal changes. As a result, health, education, and other areas in Japan are being reformed to address the changes in our society. Nursing and nursing education in Japan is facing reform along with the rest of the country. Health problems of our aging society in Japan are increasing and new health problems are emerging. Nursing shares in the responsibility for addressing societal health needs. We, nursing educators, should develop educational programs of social value and with social responsibility that are sensitive to our community partners. The aim of this review was to explore new directions for nursing education in Japan based on a review of studies focused on the development of service learning programs in nursing. Twenty-three articles meeting the inclusion criteria were retrieved from IGAKU-CHUQ-ZASSHI, Magazine-Plus in Japan, Pubmed, and CINAHL. No Japanese articles were found. In the United States reports describe service learning programs for undergraduate, master's, and doctoral students. The focus programs were diverse and included: tuberculosis, maternal and child health, diabetes mellitus patient education, outreach, and international health. The majority of studies reported positive outcomes for students, faculty, and health care partners in the community. However, some also reported negative outcomes including that the process was time-consuming, and contributed to heavy workloads of faculty and partners. Based on this review it is evident that in order to be sensitive to emerging new social values and to collaborate with community health care partners we must carefully consider our use of service learning, evaluating its positive outcomes and developing ways to minimize the negative aspects.
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