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Self-development of public health nurses working for local governments
Morita K, Sasaki A, Nishigori M

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Rev Paraninfo digital, 2007: 2

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Morita K, Sasaki A, Nishigori M. Self-development of public health nurses working for local governments. Rev Paraninfo Digital, 2007; 2. In: <http://www.index-f.com/para/n2/169.php> Consulted 17 de Agosto del 2022

 

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Objetives: To identify actual conditions and demand for training of Public Health Nurses (PHNs) in local governments.
Methods: Questionnaires, including demographics, participation of training/academic conferences, requests for training and professional autonomy defined by Kadoma(2001), were given to 1,855 PHNs working for local governments in Japan. A total 426 valid responses were analyzed.
Results: The average age of PHNs was 37.2±8.9 years, and 99.1% of PHNs were women. Of PHNs, 81.9% worked for the Pubic Health Centers of municipalities, 13.8% for prefectures, 4.0% for ordinance-designated cities and 0.2% for other organization. Schooling was requested by 79.5% of PHNs for training, while 15.1% preferred to home or workplace by using IT or VTR. Of PHNs who requested schooling, 40.0% reported that desirable frequency of training would be once every two or three months followed by 27.9% with once every six months. PHNs who wanted to participate in training were significantly younger than those who did not (p<0.05). Whether PHNs wanted to receive training was not significantly related to affiliations, existence of supervisors, and participating opportunity in training/academic conferences. The top five requested training programs were as follows: �evaluation of public health practice� (42.0%), �coping with difficult cases� (39.4%), �evaluation of child development� (33.3%), �assessment of health issues in the community� (31.8%), and �counseling� (31.1%). Significant difference (p<0.05) was found in the score of professional autonomy in PHNs who wanted to be trained had higher than those who did not.
Conclusion: More than 90 percent of PHNs wanted to participate in training not only at home or workplace but also through schooling. Training programs need to meet PHNs� demand. It is also necessary to establish a system in which young PHNs with little experience can receive training.
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