December 22, 2022
The 4th Todai Family Nursing Study Group 2022 was held.
To learn about methodology of Realist Evaluation, the class members read two research articles which use Realist Evaluation in a roundtable discussion.
December 13 - 16, 2022
Prof. Edward Chan Ko-Ling from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University visited us.
October 1, 2022
The 3rd Todai Family Nursing Study Group 2022 was held.
On October 1, 2022, Dr. Iori Sato, a guest researcher in our department gave a lecture about AMED (Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development, https://www.amed.go.jp/aboutus/index.html) where he currently works. He shared a wide variety of topics regarding AMED, which interested the audience.
June 25, 2022
The 2nd Family Nursing Study Group of the University of Tokyo in FY2022 was held.
We invited Dr. Atsushi Haruta of the Center for Medical Education at Keio University as a lecturer and held a workshop on “Methods and Practices of Program Evaluation Using the Realist Approach. For the first time, the seminar was held in a joint seminar format with the Department of Gerontological Nursing at Keio University, and six participants from Keio University attended. Lively discussions ensued. In addition, two students presented their own research plans and received feedback from Dr. Haruta and other members of both laboratories, providing a valuable opportunity to organize their thoughts.
The 1st Todai Family Nursing Study Group 2022 was co-hosted with the Global Nursing Research Center.
The course was taught directly by Dr. Denise Saint Arnalult and Dr. Laura Sinko, leading experts in CENI and PEARL, new methodologies for visualizing people’s thoughts and experiences using pictures and photographs. The three-day workshop was attended by 45 participants, who learned everything from theoretical backgrounds to clinical and research applications through lectures, demonstrations, and group work. On the last day, each participant gave a presentation on how he or she would like to apply the method to his or her own research, making it a very active learning experience. Using this method will require training, and we areconsidering providing this training in our field in the future. Please contact us if you are interested in attending the training.
March 10-11, 2023
EAFONS2023 will be held with Prof. Mari Ikeda as the convention chair and Dr. Sachiko Kita as the secretary general.
EAFONS2023 will be held on March 10-11, 2023 at the Hongo Campus of the University of Tokyo in a hybrid format. We are preparing for the conference with Prof. Mari Ikeda as the conference chair and Dr. Sachiko Kita, lecturer, as the secretary general.
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EAFONS2023（26th East Asia Forum of Nursing Scholars Secretariat 2023）
April 1, 2022
The new semester has begun.
The new academic year began on April 1 with the addition of new members.
Lecturer Sachiko Kita and Assistant Professor Tobe joined us as faculty members, and we welcomed undergraduate students Yui Kato and Yui Shimoyama.
We will continue to make further efforts in research, education, and social activities.
We look forward to your continued support.
May 9～11, 2022（3 days）9:30～13:00
Challenges to a new party-centered methodology – a methodology to visualize the thoughts and experiences of the parties involved.
You will receive direct instruction from leading experts, Dr. Denise Saint Arnalult and Dr. Laura Sinko, on CENI and PEARL, new methodologies for visualizing the thoughts and experiences of the people involved using pictures and photographs. Through lectures, demonstrations, and group work, participants will learn from the theoretical background to clinical and research applications. Please register by clicking the URL or QR code on the poster below.
February 22, 2022 (Sat) 10:00～12:00
The 2nd Todai Family Nursing Study Group 2021 “Admission and Discharge Support Aimed at Patient and Family Peace of Mind – Keys to Introducing Patient Flow Management (PFM)” was held.
Held as a hybrid of online and on-site venue, Dr. Atsuko Fujii, Chief of Admission and Discharge Support Center and Family Support Specialist Nurse, Tokyo Women’s Medical University Hospital, gave a presentation on the establishment of an admission and discharge support center with PFM (Patient Flow Management). Thirty-two people from different fields, including admission and discharge support departments, outpatient and inpatient ward nurses, researchers, faculty members, and business people, participated in the lively discussion.
December 22, 2021 (Wed) ９：００～１２：００
The 1st Todai Family Nursing Study Group 2021″Methodology and Application of Realistic Review Analysis” was held.
To learn about the methodology of Realistic review analysis, the class members read Evidence-based policy – A Realist Perspective (Ray Pawson) in a roundtable discussion.