ヘルスプロモーションに向けた産業保健師の働きかけの発展過程 [in Japanese] A Developing Process of the Occupational Health Nurse's Intervention in Health Promotion [in Japanese]
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The purpose of this study was to explore how the occupational health nurse develops her intervention in health promotion by analyzing her intervention. The method was that intervention by the occupational health nurse belonging to T Company for 26 years was analyzed qualitatively through interviews and the literature. Also, using the content codes of the interventions, the items were extracted in each of the five action strategies and the year-to-year changes were analyzed. The result was compared with cases, which were reported as the pioneering health care activity in the community. As a result of these analyses, we found the following : 1) 427 content codes were extracted from the nurse's interventions and 26 items according to the five action strategies. 2) By analyzing the year-to-year changes, it was found that the occupational health nurse's interventions grew from individual care to group care and further organizational approach consisted of the approach to the whole organization and that to the groups surrounding the individual. 3) As health leaders were fostered and transformed by these approaches, the occupational health nurse's interventions developed into those in cooperation with the health leaders. Furthermore, as the leaders had a favorable influence on the company workers, the occupational health nurse promoted the reciprocal action among them. 4) These interventions were similar to those of the community. It would appear that the occupational health nurse drew the company workers' needs and social needs, went hand-in-hand with the national polices, and embodied the personal and the organizational approaches. As mentioned above, we could present a model of the occupational health nurse's intervention in health promotion.
- Journal of Japan Academy of Community Health Nursing
Journal of Japan Academy of Community Health Nursing 6(2), 100-106, 2004
Japan Academy of Community Health Nursing