子どもと学ぼう,からだのしくみ : あなたはどれくらいからだを知っていますか? : 駅伝シンポジウムにみるPeople-centered Careの発展過程(聖路加看護大学21世紀COEプログラム第7回国際駅伝シンポジウム報告)  [in Japanese] The Developing Process of People-centered Care in Relay Symposium : The report of St. Luke's College of Nursing 21th Century COE Program 7th International Relay Symposium "Let's Learn about Our Body with Chilren!"  [in Japanese]

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本稿は,聖路加看護大学21世紀COEプログラムの一環である『第7回COE国際駅伝シンポジウム『子どもと学ぼう,からだのしくみ』の概要を記述し,その運営実施過程を分析評価することにより,People-centered Careの構成要素について考察することを目的とする。第7回駅伝シンポジウムは,5歳児がからだを学べる方法を提示し一般市民と有意義な意見交換を行うことを目的とし,5歳児と両親,保育士や幼稚園教諭,看護師・養護教諭など5歳児にかかわる専門家を対象として開催された。シンポジウムの企画運営は市民との協働で行われた。シンポジウムは,(1)子どもが「からだを学ぶ」ための教材としてのテーマソング「からだフ・シ・ギ」の歌と踊り,(2)人間の消化機能を解説した紙芝居「リンゴがウンチになるまで」の上演,(3)子どもとからだのしくみを学ぶことについてのシンポジウム「子どもと学ぼう,からだのしくみ」から構成された。プログラムは,1プログラム20分以内とし,紙芝居・歌・踊りなどを取り入れ,子どもが飽きない工夫を行った。シンポジウムの運営実施における市民との協働過程においては,これまでのCOE活動から得られたPeople-centered Careの要素〔役立つ健康情報の生成〕〔異なる視線でのつながり〕等が確認され,「コミュニティに潜伏しているニードを湧きあがらせ(互いに確認し)顕在化させ,活動を専門家との協働へと移行し発展させる」過程を経験し,新たに〔互いに確認する過程〕という要素を見いだした。また,駅伝シンポジウムにおいて,当初,模索されていた市民との協働(2004年)が,湧きあがったコミュニティとの協働(2005年)へと視点を移し,さらに,協働が進行しているコミュニティと専門家が活動のさらなる展開を共に模索するシンポジウム(2006年)へと,市民との協働のプロセスが発展していることが確認された。コミュニティとのさらなる協働のあり様,「5歳児がからだを学べる方法」の具体的評価方法,などが,今後の課題として再確認された。

The objective of this article is to provide an overview of the St. Luke's College of Nursing 21st Century COE Program 7th International Relay Symposium "Let's Learn about Our Body with Children!" and to consider the components of people-centered care by analyzing and evaluating the process by which the symposium was conducted. The objective of the symposium was to provide methods through which five-year-old children can learn about the human body and to facilitate the meaningful exchange of opinions with the general public. The symposium was targeted for five-year-old children and their parents, as well as various specialists working with five-year-olds, such as childcare professionals, kindergarten teachers, and nurses and school health nurses. The symposium was planned and carried out in cooperation with the general public. Each event on the program was kept to within 20 minutes, and a picture story show and song and dance were included in the program to ensure that children did not lose their interest. Several things were achieved through the process of working cooperatively with the general public in order to conduct the symposium. The elements of people-centered care acquired through past COE activities were confirmed. The staff members experienced the process of "drawing out and exposing (ascertaining them from each other) hidden needs within the community, and shifting activities towards cooperative efforts with specialists and further developing those activities". In addition, a new important element in such activities, "ascertaining things from each other", was uncovered. The symposium also allowed us to shift the focus of cooperation with the general public, something that we had initially been searching for ways of achieving effectively, towards vibrant and energetic cooperation with the community. Moreover, it was confirmed that the process of cooperation with the general public has continued to develop, moving towards symposiums whereby the community and specialistswork together in search of further progress in their activities. Several future issues were re-identified: the status of further cooperation with the community, and concrete methods for evaluating methods by which five-year-olds can learn about the body.

Journal

  • Journal of St. Luke's Society of Nursing Research

    Journal of St. Luke's Society of Nursing Research 11(1), 116-124, 2007-06

    St. Luke's College of Nursing

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    110006966999
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AA11289598
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    13441922
  • Data Source
    NII-ELS 
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