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疾病・健康の概念と看護の役割


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Title: 疾病・健康の概念と看護の役割
Other Titles: Concepts of disease, illness, and sickness and the role of nursing
Authors: 門司, 和彦 / 鷹居, 樹八子 / 芳賀, 百合子 / 大石, 和代
Authors (alternative): Moji, Kazuhiko / Takai, Kiyako / Haga, Yuriko / Oishi, Kazuyo
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2001
Citation: 長崎大学医療技術短期大学部紀要 = Bulletin of the School of Allied Medical Sciences, Nagasaki University. 2001, 14(1), p.117-122
Abstract: 本小文では,近代医科学がdiseaseへの対応に特化したのに対し,近代看護の本質はillnessへの対応であり,地域看護の本質はsicknessへの対応であることを論じる.そのために,本論では,疾病の3概念,障害分類と疾病との関連,健康と疾病3概念との関連,WHOの健康の定義,看護と地域看護の役割を再考した.人はdiseaseによって直接苦しむのではなくillness/sicknessによって苦しむ.またillness/sicknessに対するアプローチによってdiseaseの状態を改善・悪化防止・予防する治癒力を最大化することができる.illness/sicknessを「看る」ことはこの2つの意義から重要である. / This article describes the role of nursing and community nursing as care for illness and sickness by reviewing concepts of disease, illness, and sickness, in contrast with physiological/biological health, wellness, and well-being. Bio-medicine started by discovering the concept of disease and by concentrating their efforts to understand the mechanisms of diseases, while modern nursing started by targeting illness. Approaches to illness are important because patients do not suffer directly from disease, but they suffer from illness, and because proper approaches to illness maximise the effects of bio-medical treatment.
Keywords: 疾病概念 / 健康概念 / 地域看護 / illness
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/18351
ISSN: 09160841
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 14, No. 1

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