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 - Nursing Science - Clinical Nursing Science
Critical Care Nursing
You will learn nursing science for critical care and advanced medical treatment to acquire specialized knowledge and nursing skills that prepare you for sophisticated medical technologies involving considerably invasive procedures such as transplantation and heart, lung, and brain surgery, and to develop a nursing assessment capability, an ability to make clinical decisions in nursing, and practical nursing skills. From the viewpoint of holistic medicine, we guide you in utilizing knowledge based on nursing theories as well as various principles and findings in closely-related disciplines for the sake of patients and their families facing life-threatening or daily stressful situations

 
 
Research and Education
 In highly-advanced medicine, specifically in transplantation and regenerative medicine invasive both physically and mentally, nursing practice is essential in each of the first-aid, perioperative, critical, recovery, and self-management stages. In this course of nursing science for critical care, with a special focus on the first-aid, perioperative, critical, and recovery stages, we instruct you to explore nursing care and establish nursing models not only for patients under life-threatening conditions but for living donors (in the case of organ transplantation) and for the families concerned. The curriculum is designed in view of advanced medicine-related social policies, care systems, and ethical challenges.


Critical Care Nursing
Associate
 Professor


Chiharu Akazawa, R.N,Ph.D
Assistant
 Professor


Risa Fukuda, R.N, P.H.N, M.A.
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The Relationship Between Postoperative Psychiatric Disorders(PPDs) and Psychosocial Factors in Adult Living-Related Liver Transplantation (LRLT) Recipients
The Relationship Between Postoperative Psychiatric Disorders(PPDs) and Recovery Process of Adult Living-Related Liver Transplantation(LRLT) Recipients
Developing the Ability of the Self-Directed Learning through the IBL Learning Method in Adult Health Nursing Education
Recent Publications
1. Chiharu Akazawa, Ayako Okutsu, Sayoko Teraguchi et al;The Relationship Between Postoperative Psychiatric Disorders(PPDs) and Psychosocial Factors in Adult Living-Related Liver Transplantation (LRLT) Recipients; ITNS ,2006.
2. Ayako Okutsu, Chiharu Akazawa, Sayoko Teraguchi et al;The Relationship Between Postoperative Psychiatric Disorders(PPDs) and Recovery Process of Adult Living-Related Liver Transplantation(LRLT) Recipients ; ITNS ,2006.
3. Teiko NISHIZONO, Chiharu AKAZAWA,Yuko HAYASHI, Masako MIYATA,Masae YAMAMOTO;Developing the Ability of the Self-Directed Learning through the IBL Learning Method in Adult Health Nursing Education; International Nurse Educators Conference,2007.
4. Chiharu Akazawa, Sayoko Teraguchi, Teiko Nishizono:Postoperative psychiatric symptoms(PPS) adult living-related liver transplantation(LRLT) in Japan:What are the physical and psychological factor?,JapanAcademy of Transplantation and Regeneration nursing,4(2),P1-10,2009.
5. Okamoto S, Slingsby BT, Nakayama T, Nakamura K, Fukuda R et al; Barriers to vaccination among Japanese medical students: focus group interviews. Pediatr Int. 2008; 50(3): 300-5.