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Title: 医療系大学1年生がイメージする良い死
Other Titles: Perceptions of first year students of a medical university regarding “good death”
Authors: 楠葉, 洋子 / 橋爪, 可織 / 田上, 純子 / 小野, 真奈美 / 藤野, 裕子 / 森下, 暁 / 藤本, 裕二 / 浦田, 秀子
Authors (alternative): Kusuba, Yoko / Hashizume, Kaori / Tanoue, Junko / Ono, Manami / Fujino, Yuko / Morishita, Satoru / Fujimoto, Yuji / Urata, Hideko
Issue Date: Sep-2012
Publisher: 長崎大学大学院医歯薬学総合研究科保健学専攻 / Master Course of Health Sciences Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Nagasaki University
Citation: 保健学研究, 24(2), pp.17-24; 2012
Abstract: 本研究の目的は,医療系大学 1 年生を対象に「良い死」をどのように考えているかを明らかにすることである.調査方法は,同意を得られた学生に対して「病気と診断された時に考える良い死のイメージ」及び「看取りの時に考える良い死のイメージ」について,それぞれイメージマップに記載してもらい,質的に分析した.その結果,「病気と診断された時に考えるイメージ」は14カテゴリーに,「看取りの時に考える良い死のイメージ」は18カテゴリーに分類された.青年期にある医療系大学 1 年生は,身近な死の経験が減 少する中で,リアリティが乏しく,死に対して恐れを持ちつつも,患者や家族,医療者のもつ「良い死」のイメージと共通したイメージを持っていることが明らかになった. / The purpose of this study was to explore how first year students of a medical university perceive “good death”. Students who agreed to participate were asked to each write out words and concepts which they related with “good death when a disease is diagnosed” and “good death at the end of life”, and the results were analyzed qualitatively. As result, the concept of “good death when a disease is diagnosed” could be categorized into 14 categories and “good death at the end of life” into 18 categories. Students in their young adulthood today have decreasing likelihood of experiencing deaths of people who are close to them. Although fearful, they found it difficult to hold a realistic image of death. Nevertheless, they held similar concepts regarding “good death” as those held by patients, patient families and health care providers.
Keywords: 良い死 / 医療系大学 / 青年期 / good death / medical university / adolescence
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/29321
ISSN: 18814441
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 24, No. 2

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/29321

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