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Title: 日本最初のナースステーションについて
Other Titles: The First Nurse Station in Japan
Authors: 臼井, 敏明 / 北村, 妙子 / 濱野, 香苗
Authors (alternative): Usui, Toshiaki / Kitamura, Taeko / Hamano, Kanae
Issue Date: Nov-2008
Citation: 保健学研究. 2008, 21(1), p. 17-22
Abstract: 1857年にオランダ医師,ポンペ・フォン・メールデルフォルトによって設立された日本最初の近代的医学教育施設が設立され,1861年に教育施設の付属病院である養生所が併設された.その中に,看護人室(現,看護師詰め所)が記載されていた.本論文では,その経過と図面について解説した.設立当時にPompeから徳川幕府に提出された企画書の中に看護人室が記載されていたが,その図面は残されていなかった. 明治14年(1871)になってこの病院の一部がそのまま梅毒病院(伝染病病院)に引き継がれ,その病院の図面が高木純五郎氏によって復元され,その中に看護室(看護師詰め所)が明記されている.この図面に示された看護師詰め所は日本最初の施設であると思われる. / In 1857, Pompe von Meerderfort, a Dutch doctor, established a medical school in Nagasaki.There, the most recent European educational lectures were introduced, including those on science, basic medicine, and clinical medicine. In 1861, he established a hospital for clinical education, called "Youjousho". Male nurses were included in the hospital staff. Pompe's proposal for hospital construction to the Tokugawa feudal government included the name of nurse stations, but no plan for them was found. In 1871(Meiji 14), an infectious disease hospital was established, and one half of the Youjousho hospital was used as part of the new hospital institution. Professor Jungorou Takagi, of Nagasaki Medical College, reproduced a plan for the infectious disease hospital, in which, apparently a nurse station was described. This model was supposed to modify the Dutch military hospital and municipal hospital design. This nurse station model is the first one in Japan.
Keywords: Nurse station / History
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/21291
ISSN: 18814441
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 21, No. 1

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