看護研究

Numbering Code G-MED22 5M041 LJ94 Year/Term 2021 ・ First semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type research
Target Year 1st year master's students Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Tue.1
Instructor name HATTA TAICHI (Part-time Lecturer)
NISHIYAMA CHIKA (Graduate School of Medicine Associate Professor)
TAMURA KEIKO (Graduate School of Medicine Professor)
FURUTA MARIE (Graduate School of Medicine Professor)
MATSUOKA MARI (Graduate School of Medicine Associate Professor)
NAITO KEN (Part-time Lecturer)
Outline and Purpose of the Course Alongside gaining fundamental knowledge to interpret evidence, students will also learn the fundamentals of planning and executing research to gather evidence on their own.
Course Goals 1. Acquire skills to gain fundamental knowledge of research to create your own research protocol.
2. Understand how to submit a protocol to the ethics committee of the Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, and doctors at the University Hospital.
3. Obtain basic knowledge necessary to write a scientific paper.
4. Obtain basic knowledge necessary for presentations.
5. Together with ethics policy concerning medical research on humans, acquire skills to understand "Research integrity," based on the regulations passed by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science as well as "研究活動における不正行為へ の対応等に関するガイドライン (Guidelines for Responding to Misconduct in Research)" (August 26, 2014).
6. Acquire skills to select a research design that is suitable for your topic of research and make a presentation.
Schedule and Contents Session 1. (4/14) Orientation: Overview of this course and explanation of its aims, objectives, and flow. Overview of research and its necessity and foundations (Nishiyama)
Session 2. (4/21) Methods of using PICO/PECO for clinical questions and research design (Nishiyama)
Session 3. (5/12) Ethical guidelines for medical research for humans and research integrity (Nishiyama)
Session 4. (5/19) Measurement of outcomes and types of variables (Nishiyama)
Session 5. (5/26) Uniform provisions for submission to biomedical journals and the fundamental knowledge required for critical scrutiny (Nishiyama) Session 6. (6/2) Systematic review (Furuta)
Session 7. (6/9) Basic knowledge of writing scientific papers (Naito)
Session 8. (6/16) Qualitative research in practice (Matsuoka)
Session 9. (6/23) Basic knowledge of qualitative research (Tamura)
Session 10. (6/30) Mixed research methods (Hata)
Session 11. (7/7) How to make presentations (Naito)
Session 12. (7/14) Data collection, management, and analysis in practice (Nishiyama)
Session 13. (7/21) Procedures to follow while applying for research before the ethics committee (Nishiyama)
Sessions 14-15. (7/28, 8/4) Presentation of research plans (Nishiyama)
Feedback
Evaluation Methods and Policy Assessment is based on reports (20%), presentation (50%) (examination), and class participation (30%).
Course Requirements None
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) At the end of each lecture, you will be informed of the contents of the next lecture, so please prepare in advance.
Textbooks Textbooks/References Presented during class
References, etc. D. F. Paulit, "看護研究 第2版―原理と方法 (日本語)" (Igaku shoin), Takeo Nakayama, "臨床研究と疫学研究のための国際ルール集 Part2." (Life Science Publishing), Miyue Yamakawa and Kiyoko Makimoto, "看護研究手法別のチェックシートで学ぶ よくわかる看護研究論文のクリティーク" (Japanese Nursing Association Publishing Company)
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