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Updated : September 6, 2017

Department of Adult Health Nursing

Members

Mihoko Ishizawa (Professor)
Tsuyako Nagata (Lecture)
Chinatsu Ishibashi (Lecture)
Shigeaki Masuda (Lecture)
Yoko Satake (Assistant Professor)
Hiromi Moriwaki (Assistant Professor)

Overview

Adult nursing targets adolescents and the middle-aged. In consideration of their characteristics, it aims to clarify the influences of the health status and related problems on daily living patterns as a basis for the development of nursing support for their life-fulfillment.
The main research theme is the development of programs for the prevention and care of skin disorders in the area of critical care through studies on medical device-related pressure ulcers. To examine care, focusing on the promotion of pressure ulcer healing, joint studies with the Department of Dermatology are also conducted. In addition, we are engaged in research activities related to perioperative nursing and long-term care support for patients with chronic diseases.

 

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