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Title: Contents Analysis of Safety Management-related Syllabi for Midwifery Education
Authors: 岩谷, 久美子
Keywords: safety management
midwifery education
content analysis
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2019
Publisher: 滋賀県立大学人間看護学部
Abstract: Purpose To analyze midwifery education syllabi in Japan and evaluate the current educational content related to safety management. Methods The contents of the safety management-related syllabi used in 70 midwifery education facilities and viewable using the Internet were analyzed. Results These were worth one or two credits, and the educational time allocated for these courses was between 2 and 30 h. There was a lot of midwifery management as the subject name. Aggregation of content descriptions revealed seven categories of educational content related to safety management: prevention and management of perinatal medical accidents, risk management related to the midwifery business, medical safety and risk management, disaster control, infection control, information management, and professional ethics for midwives. Conclusion In Japan, the educational content of midwifery safety management is not homogenous, suggesting the necessity of organizing the categories created through syllabus analysis to systematically provide education and clarifying the level of learning goal achievement at the time of graduation.目 的 日本における助産師教育のシラバスを分析して, 安全管理に関する教育内容の現状を明らかにする. 方 法 インターネットより閲覧可能な助産師教育施設 70 校の安全管理に関するシラバスを内容分析した. 結 果 授業単位は1 単位または2 単位で,その内安全管理に関する教育時間は,2 時間~30 時間であった.科目名は“助産管理”が多かった.安全管理に関する教育内容は,7 カテゴリーで【周産期医療事故の予防と管理】【助産業務に関するリスクマネジメント】【医療安全とリスクマネジメント】【災害対策】【感染管理】【情報管理】【助産師の職業倫理】であった. 結 論 日本の助産学における安全管理教育の内容は均一ではない.シラバスより得られたカテゴリーを網羅して系統立てた教育に組み立てる必要性と卒業時の達成度を明確にする必要性が示唆された.
NII JaLC DOI: info:doi/10.24795/nk017_057-065
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