KAMEDA Naoko (KAMEDA Naoko)

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Job title

Lecturer

Research Fields, Keywords

Lifelong Developmental Nursing,Clinical Nursing

Graduating School 【 display / non-display

  • Osaka University    Graduated 

Graduate School 【 display / non-display

  • Osaka Prefecture University  Graduate School, Division of Nursing  Master's Course  Completed

  • Kyoto University  Graduate School, Division of Medicine  Doctor's Course  Completed

Degree 【 display / non-display

  • Kyoto University -  Human health science

Academic Society Affiliations 【 display / non-display

  • Japan Academy of Nursing Science
  • Japanese Society of Child Health Nursing
  • Japanese Society on Severe Motor and Intellectual Disabilities
  • Japan Society of Nursing Research
  • The Japanese Society of Child Health

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Research field 【 display / non-display

  • Lifelong developmental nursing

  • Clinical nursing (Child Health Nursing)

 

Research Career 【 display / non-display

  • Creation of communication between the nurse and children in a persistent vegetative state

    Project Year:2001.04  -  2003.03 

    Keyword:persistent vegetative state, children, nursing, communication, intersubjectivity, phenomenological approach

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Caregivers' lived experience in trying to read slight movements in a child with severe brain injury: A phenomenological study

    Naoko Kameda, Machiko Suzuki

    Journal of Clinical Nursing27 ( 5-6 ) e1202 - e1213   2018.01

    Joint Work

    Research paper (scientific journal)

    DOI

  • Experiences Which Were Not Treated Enough in the Medical Situation Due to Their Subjectivity: In the Process of Seeking How Caregivers Read Severely Brain Injured Children’s Own Will/Thought

    Naoko Kameda, Hiroshi Ietaka, Tomomi Ikeda

    Brain Injury33 ( 1 ) 106 - 106   0327   2019.05

    Joint Work

    Research paper (international conference proceedings)

    DOI

  • Practice report on Interprofessional Education in Integrated Nursing Practice with Students of Pharmaceutical Science at Pediatric Ward

    Naoko Kameda, Kanami Kamata, Tomomi Ikeda, Maho Kikuta, Tomiyo Yamamoto, Takumi Tsuji

    Setsunan University Nursing Research7 ( 1 ) 12 - 19   2019.03

    Joint Work

    Research paper (scientific journal)

  • Effictiveness of Exercises in Nursing Art in Pediatric Nursing Educatioin: Literature Review

    Tomomi Ikeda, Kanami Kamata

    2 ( 1 ) 41 - 46   2014.03

    Joint Work

    Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution)

Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • EFFECTS OF A STUDY THAT DISCLOSE CAREGIVERS' EXPERIENCES TO READ THE WILL OF A CHILD WITH SEVERE MULTIPLE DISABILITIES

    The 25th EAST ASIAN FORUM OF NURSING SCHOLARS  Virtual Conference  International conference  Poster (general) 

    2022.04
     
     

  • A PROCESS OF SHARING TO GET NEW VIEWPOINTS TO NOTICE THE WILL OF A CHILD WITH SEVERE CEREBRAL PALSY

    The 24th EAST ASIAN FORUM OF NURSING SCHOLARS  Virtual Conference  International conference  Poster (general) 

    2021.04
     
     

  • Research method to contribute to improving lives of children whose movements were not easy to be read by caregivers due to their severe disabilities: Collaboration with a 12-year old child with severe cerebral palsy and caregivers of a facility

    The 6th International Nursing Research Conference of World Academy of Nursing Science  大阪、日本  International conference  Poster (general) 

    2020.02
     
     

  • 地域での障がい児者福祉を担う施設と連携した小児看護学教育実践報告

    第45回日本重症心身障害学会学術集会  岡山コンベンションセンター、川崎医療福祉大学  Internal meeting  Oral Presentation(general) 

    2019.09
     
     

  • The significance of discussing caregivers' experiences which were not treated enough in the medical situation due to their subjectivity:In the process of seeking how caregivers read severely brain injured children’s own will / thought

    The 13th International Congress on Brain Injury (IBIA 2019)  Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel (Canada, Toronto)  International conference  Poster (general) 

    2019.03
     
     

    【Proceedings】 Brain Injury  106  -  106  2019.05

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