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ARAKAWA Naoko

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Title Assistant Professor (Practicum Lecturer)
Belong to Dept. of Nursing
Center for Nursing Practicum Support
Graduated Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine
Degree Ph.D. (Nursing Science), Nagoya University
Qualification Registered Nurse, Public Health Nurse
Academic Institutional Membership Japan Academy of Nursing Science
Japan Association for Medical Informatics
Japan Society of Nursing and Health Care
Japan Society of Nursing Research
Field of Study Nursing informatics, Nursing education
Research, Studies Developing and Evaluating nursing database system, Evaluating education methods of nursing simulation
Curriculum Specialized Chronic Illness and Conditions Nursing, Perioperative nursing

Academic Papers, Critique

N. Arakawa, K. Ota, L. Piyabanditkul, M. Ishikawa : Construction and usability of community health nursing database in rural north-eastern Thailand. International Nursing Review, First published: 29 June 2018, https://doi.org/10.1111/inr.12471

Nakayama, N., Arakawa, N., Ejiri, H., Matsuda, R. & Makino, T. : Heart rate variability can clarify students’ level of stress during nursing simulation. M. Sakakibara, ed. PLOS ONE, 13(4), p.e0195280. Available at: http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0195280 (2018)

Lectures, Symposium, Presentation

Validity and usability of templates for a tablet-type database system created for community health nurses in Thailand. 4th Annual Congress & Medical Expo on PRIMARY HEALTHCARE AND NURSING, San Francisco, USA(2017)

Evaluating a Community health Activity Data-Entry System Using the System Usability Scale. 19th EAFONS east AsianForum of Nursing Scholars 2016 in Chiba, Japan(2016)

Usability research of health and medical activity data entry system using a tablet.Seminer of Research Project to Graduated Students, Khon kaen University(2015)

Integration of Decentralized Data of Community Health Activities in Thailand by Using Tablet Data Entry System.PNC Annual Conference and Joint Meetings 2013, Kyoto, Japan(2013)

Autonomy of Advanced Practice Nurse/ Nurse Practitioner and Contribution to Access to Community Health Care in Thailand.ICN2013, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition centre, Australia(2013)

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