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The 1 st International Nursing Research Conference of WANS Sept. 20, 2009. Development Needs of Master’s Programs in Global Health Nursing and Midwifery in Japan.
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Sept. 20, 2009
Junko Tashiro, RN, PhD; Shigeko, Horiuchi, RN, SMW, DNSc;
Yasuko, Nagamatsu, RN MS; Michiko, Oguro, SMW, DNSc;
Yukiko, Manabe, RN, MS; Yuko, Hirano, RN, PhD
St. Luke’s College of Nursing,
WHO Collaborating Center for Nursing in PHC
Contribution to MDGs
-To examine current curriculum, teaching methods and materials.
-To form a consortium of faculties teaching international nursing and determine the core curriculum standard.
Nursing GroupMethod 1: Organization ofConsortium of International Nursing & Midwifery
Agreeing to become members were Faculties from:
- 3 Midwifery programs: (A, B. L)
- 7 Master’s course: (A,B,C,E,H,L,K)
- 「International Midwifery」 (A),
- 「International Health Midwifery」 (B),
- 「International Collaboration」 (L),
A: Special lectures（including visiting professor’s) ４cr, Seminar ４cr, Research ８cr, total 16 credits
B: Lecture・Seminar・Practicum Total 16cr
C: Special Lecture, Seminar, Research 14cr
・To gain fundamental as well as professional competence working with collaborative projects in Nursing/Midwifery in developing countries （A）
・To educate nurses to be collaborative partners in host countries in developing countries (B)
・To educate nursing practitioners enabling technical cooperation for developing countries（C)
・To educate nursing researchers contributing to international or global health （E)
・To gain higher competence as global community health nurse based on PHC （J)
・To gain knowledge and skills of nursing administration in international or global health cooperation for enabling nurse management （K)
health issues of a focused country; identify strategies to improve health
status of the focused population based on literature review; conduct field
survey or work and develop recommendation;
Social epidemiology, Disaster nursing, Disaster cycle and nursing,
Mental Health Care, EmergencyTraining Simulation;
countries; Cross cultural nursing for foreigners staying in Japan;
activity; Nursing ethics; Nursing and health policy; Nursing education;
Nursing administration; Nursing consultation; Introduction of international
community nursing/ practice/ seminar: Community development;
･Merson, Black, & Mill. (2000). International Public Health.An Aspen Publication (A）
･Werner, D. (1993). Where there is no doctor. Macmillan Education LTD（A）
DVD: Case of International Cooperation （K）
VTR of Midwifery practicum, Simulations（L）
- Strengthen the consortium to increase sharing information about human resources, educational events, and develop new systems for effective education.