『学習ニードアセスメントツール-助産師用-』の開発 : 助産師のキャリア発達に向けた看護継続教育の提供  [in Japanese] Development of a Learning Needs Assessment Tool for Midwives : To Offer Continuing Education Programs for Professional Development  [in Japanese]

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本研究の目的は,助産師の学習ニードアセスメントツールを開発することである。質的帰納的に解明した助産師の学習ニードを基盤に質問項目の作成と尺度化を行い,内容的妥当性の検討を経て30質問項目からなる尺度を作成した。これを用いて,助産師1,185名を対象に調査を実施した。質問紙回収数は672(回収率56.7%)であり,有効回答618を分析した。結果は,信頼性係数クロンバックα が.942,再テスト法における尺度総得点の相関係数が .736(p < .001)であり,尺度が内的整合性および安定性を確保していることを示した。また,助産師経験年数が20年以上25年未満の者が5年未満の者よりも(t =-3.033,p = .003),仕事上の目標をもっている者がもっていない者よりも(t =3.863,p = .001),尺度総得点が有意に高く,尺度が既知グループ技法による構成概念妥当性を確保していることを示した。

The purpose of this study was to develop a Learning Needs Assessment Tool for Midwives, which had well-established reliability and validity. Thirty items of the assessment tool were made based on the results of a qualitative study that showed the learning needs perceived by midwives. Content validity of the assessment tool was established by a panel of experts and a pilot study. The instrument packets, including the assessment tool and a demographic questionnaire, were distributed to the total of 1,185 midwives who work at hospitals, clinics and maternity homes in Japan. Sixty hundred and seventy two (56.7%) midwives responded of which 618 valid data were analyzed. Cronbach's alpha, a reliability coefficient of the assessment tool was .942. Test-retest reliability was .736 (p <.001). These results supported the internal consistency and the stability of the assessment tool. Midwives with clinical experiences from 20 years to 24 years had learning needs higher than midwives with clinical experiences under 5 years (t =-3.033, p = .003). Midwives with a clear and focused job objective had learning needs higher than midwives without a clear and focused job objective (t = 3.863, p = .001). These results supported the construct validity of the assessment tool by the known-group method.

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  • Journal of Japan Society of Nursing Research

    Journal of Japan Society of Nursing Research 34(5), 1-10, 2011-12-20

    Japan Society of Nursing Research

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    10031037791
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN00330079
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • Article Type
    ART
  • ISSN
    02859262
  • NDL Article ID
    023460120
  • NDL Call No.
    Z19-958
  • Data Source
    CJP  NDL  J-STAGE 
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