Are you Yumiko Ogawa?

Claim your profile

Publications (3)0 Total impact

  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
    ABSTRACT: 自宅分娩が主流であった昭和40年代までに五島列島・富江町で活躍した開業助産婦に面接調査を実施し,開業助産婦が地域母子保健に果たした役割について検討した.主な知見はつぎの通りである. 1.富江町における施設分娩の移行は昭和42年以降であり,長崎県・本土部の長崎市と比較して10年遅くなっていた. 2.医療資源の乏しい状況下では,開業助産婦が母子保健の担い手として大きな役割を果たしていた. 3.家庭訪問によって継続的にケアを提供するという方法は,当時の母子保健レベルの向上のために有効であった. We carried out an interview survey of midwives in privaite practice who were active in Tomie-cho, the Goto archipelago before 1965 to evaluated their roles played in community maternal and child health. The following results were obtained. 1 . In Tomie-cho, shifting to delivery at institutions occurred after 1967, showing a 10-year delay compared with Nagasaki City on the mainland of Nagasaki Prefecture. Delivery at home was very common in Tomie-cho until 1960s. 2 . Midwives in private practice played a major role in maternal and child health in the absence of other medical resources. 3 . Continuous provision of care by home visiting was effective for improving the maternal and child health level in those days
  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
    ABSTRACT: 226名の育児期にある母親に対するソーシャルサポートの実態と,育児する上で今後母親が希望しているソーシャルサポートについて調査した.母親は主に実母と夫から心理的・手段的サポートを受けており,母親にとって実母と夫は重要なサポートの構成員であることが再認識された.母親に心理的サポートをどういった専門職から受けているか調べた結果,有職の母親は「保母」と「医師」,無職の母親では「医師」が多かった.また母親たちは就業の有無にかかわらず,医療者,託児施設のスタッフ,カウンセラー,ベビーシッターなどさまざまな育児専門職種からの心理的・手段的サポートを望んでいた,よって,今後母親の育児支援ネットワーク作りを検討する必要がある. Both actual and desired (i.e.,realistically ideal) conditions of the social support received/desired by nursing mothers were surveyed. Nursing mothers were found to receive both psychological and practical/physical support from their own mothers as well as their husbands ; it was thereby reconfirmed that the mothers and husbands of nursing women play important support roles. Medical doctors were also recognized as providers of phychological support by both those nursing mothers with jobs outside the home and those without. Both of these groups of women hoped to receive various forms of psychological and practical/physical support form day care center staff, counselors, and baby sitters as well, and it was concluded that a stronger support system for nursing mothers is necessary
  • Source
    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
    ABSTRACT: 育児期にある226名の母親に対するソーシャルサポートと育児ストレスとについて調査し,低ストレス群と高ストレス群でのソーシャルサポートの違いを分析した.サポート提供者については,ストレスの程度に関わらず主に「夫」と「実母」から心理的・手段的サポートを受けており,今後もこれらのサポートを望んでいた.サポート提供者数及び種類についてはストレスの程度で差はみられなかった.専門職からのサポート状況については,両群とも「医師」や「保母」から心理的サポートを受けており,さまざまな専門職種からの心理的・手段的サポートを望んでいた.その中で「保母」からの心理的サポートを受けている母親は低ストレス群に多く,「保健婦」からの心理的サポートを希望する母親は高ストレス群の母親に多くなっていた. We investigated the association between social support to mothers in the nursing stage and stress. The mothers received psychological and practical support from their husbands and their own mothers irrespective of the degree of stress, and also hoped for continuation of this support in the future. The number of support providers and types of support did not differ according to the degree of stress. Concerning the state of support from specialists, both the high-stress and low-stress groups had phychological support from " physicians " and " nurses " and hoped for phychological/practical support from specialists in various fields. The number of mothers receiving phychological support from " nurse " was higher in the low-stress group, and the number of mothers who hope for phychological support from " public health nurses " was higher in the high stress group