ID 113151
Title Alternative
Introduce on Philippines nursing educational system, and health care systems of the Philippines General Hospital in Manila
フィリピンの看護大学および病院の視察報告
Author
Hirohara, Toshie The University of Tokushima
Kawanishi, Chiemi The University of Tokushima KAKEN Search Researchers
Gohgi, Yoshiko The University of Tokushima
Keywords
フィリピン
看護教育
ケアシステム
Philippines
nursing educational
health care systems
Content Type
Journal Article
Description
21世紀のグローバル社会を生きる学生が国際的な視野を持つ事ができるよう,国際交流の場を提供することは看護教育における課題である.本稿の目的は,フィリピンの看護教育制度への関心を高めることにある.なぜならば,アジア地域との交流は今後ますます活発になる事が予測されるからである.そこで、フィリピン大学の看護学教育および隣接するPhilippines General Hospital の看護システムを視察した.また,University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center(UERM),College of Nursing(私学)も視察した.看護教育はすべて大学でなされ,大学の卒業生は高い実践能力を有する看護師であると考えていた.Philippines General Hospital は利用者の90%が無収入か低所得者とのことで,1次医療から3次医療まで対応している国立の大規模な総合病院であった.病室の大半が総室で家族の付き添う姿も見られた.看護職の離職および不足においては日本と類似した問題を抱えていた.短時間の視察であったが,看護教育への示唆を得ることができた.
Description Alternative
It is an important theme in nursing education to offer an opportunity of an international exchange so that the nursing student living in global society of the 21 st century can have an international field of vision. A purpose of this report is to raise interest to a Philippine nursing education system and care system. Because we thought that the transaction with an Asian region is predicted to become more and more active in future. Therefore we inspected a nursing education of a Philippine university and a care system of Philippines General Hospital. In addition, we visited University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center(UERM), College of Nursing(a private school). All the nursing education in a Philippine nursing education was made at University/college, and the teacher thought that graduates of their university were nurses having ability for high practice. We had explanation that the Philippines General Hospital was the national major general hospital which provided from medical treatment to the third medical treatment and 90% of the patient who used there were no income or low-income people. Most of patient’s room was the room for the plurality of patients, and we saw that a family attended the patient there.
We thought that there was a similar problem in quitting a job and a shortage of nurses. But we were able to have a suggestion to nursing education during short inspection.
Journal Title
The Journal of Nursing Investigation
ISSN
13483722
24342238
NCID
AA11937122
Publisher
徳島大学医学部
Volume
7
Issue
1-2
Start Page
58
End Page
65
Sort Key
58
Published Date
2009-03-31
EDB ID
FullText File
language
jpn
TextVersion
Publisher
departments
Medical Sciences