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医学・看護介護・福祉

NURSING ROBOTS

  • NURSING ROBOTS
    Robotic Technology and Human Caring for the Elderly
  • 谷岡 哲也・安原 由子・大坂 京子・Rozzano C. Locsin・飯藤 大和 編著
発行日2017年03月25日
判型A5判
頁数288
税込価格3,780円
ISBN978-4-86186-689-0
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In this book,past research influencing human-to-human and human-to-robot relationships involving robot artificial super-intelligence are presented to aid in adopting appropriate technologies to meet the demands of future endeavors in health care.cooperative undertakings with various interdisciplinary activities among human nurses and humanoid nursing robots will be a prospective visioning seen and realized from the perspective of japanese human caring ideas for an aging society.

概要

世界でも類をみない速さで少子高齢化が進む日本。特に今後ますます増加する高齢者と、看護・介護従事者不足の問題は深刻である。
そんな中、日本政府が2015年に打ち出した「ロボット新戦略」では、従来の製造現場のみならず、日常生活の様々な場面でロボットが活躍することが想定されており、多様な社会課題の解決につながることが期待される。
本書は医療・福祉のフィールドにおける看護ロボット導入について、様々な観点からの検討、研究をまとめたものである。物事を効率化するテクノロジーとして、ロボットにかける期待は大きいが、医療の現場では特に、倫理観や他者の感情理解といったデリケートな能力も求められる。
看護や介護従事者がロボットと共存し、やりがいを持ってサービス提供できる職場環境が実現される、そんな未来に期待したい。
(本書は全編英文です)

目次

FOREWORD (Savina Schoenhofer)
Preface
Prologue
ACKNOWLEDGMENT

PART 01
The thoughtful and serious concerns about the rapidly aging population, very low birth rate, and current developmental state of rehabilitation/support robots for the elderly in Japan, and the objective evaluation of methods of care for the elderly with dementia.

ChapterⅠ Japan’s Super-aging Society and Situational Concerns in Providing a High Quality Human Care System
ChapterⅡ Necessary Robotic Features to Support the Physical Activities and Rehabilitation of the Elderly
ChapterⅢ Demand for Human Healthcare and Robotic Rehabilitation Welfare Services among the Current Oldest and the Incoming Elderly in Japanese Society
ChapterⅣ Evaluating the Effectiveness of Nursing Care Activities for the Elderly with Dementia

PART 02
The communication capabilities required for humanoid nursing robots, and for the future of robot care in 2050.

ChapterⅤ What are Robots?
ChapterⅥ Empathic Understanding in Human-Robot Communication: Influences on Caring in Nursing
ChapterⅦ The Current State of Performance and Development of Natural Language Processing Required for Humanoid Caring Robots
ChapterⅧ Natural Language Processing Capabilities Required for Humanoid Nursing Robots
ChapterⅨ The Care Robot Trio “SHIN-GI-TAI” in 2050: Transactive Relations among Psychiatrist, Patient, and Family

PART 03
The possibility of relating in nursing, technologies in healthcare, caring, humanoid nurse robots, artificial intelligence, and corresponding health issues.

ChapterⅩ A Critical Examination of Robotics and the Sacred in Nursing
ChapterⅪ The Transactive Relationship Theory of Nursing (TRETON): A Model for Nursing Engagement of Healthcare Robots and Human Persons
ChapterⅫ Artificiality of Intelligence in Human Caring Robots:Ethical Issues for Nursing
ChapterⅩⅢ The Relationship among Nursing, Technologies,Caring, Humanoid Robots, and Artificial Intelligence
ChapterⅩⅣ Potential Developmental Issues in the Configuration of “Nursing” in Humanoid Healthcare Robots

Epilogue
Index
Endorsement
Biosketches of Authors

著者略歴

Tetsuya Tanioka
RN; PhD, FAAN is professor of nursing in the Department of Nursing Outcome Management at the Tokushima University Graduate School in Tokushima, Japan. He earned his PhD from the Kochi University of Technology. His research focuses on healthcare technologies, the integration of science and technology within caring science, and robotics in nursing. He received patents for his quintessential research on the PSYCHOMS ® system, or Psychiatric Outcome Management Systems. He has translated into Japanese two state-of-the-art books on caring: Boykin and Schoenhofer’s Nursing as Caring, and Locsin’s Technological Competency as Caring in Nursing. He is Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN).

Yuko Yasuhara
RN; PHN, PhD, is an associate professor of nursing at the Department of Nursing Outcome Management of the Tokushima University Graduate School in Japan. She received her MSN from the Kobe City College of Nursing in 2003, and her PhD from the Kawasaki University of Medical Welfare in 2013. She worked as a stuff nurse at hospital in Kobe, Japan from 1993 to 2000. She has worked at the Tokushima University since 2001. Her research focuses on sleep and the activity of people, care for patients with ischemic heart disease, safe intramuscular injection techniques, and caring as nursing.

Kyoko Osaka
RN; PHN, PhD, is a Lecturer of Nursing at the Graduate School of Tokushima University in Tokushima, Japan. She earned her PhD degree from Tokushima University. She has worked at Tokushima University since 2013. Her research interests are caring for the elderly with dementia, elderly and caring robot interaction, and empathic understanding in nursing.

Hirokazu Ito
RN; PhD earned his BSN, MSN, and PhD from the University of Tokushima in 2007, 2013, and 2016, respectively. He worked as a staff nurse at the Tokushima University Hospital in Japan from 2007 to 2013. He has been an Assistant Professor since 2013. His research focus is on improving the quality of nursing care. He developed the Psychiatric Nursing Assessment Classification System (PsyNACS©), a patient database in psychiatric nursing. Also, he focuses on ethical dilemmas in human caring involving human-humanoid robot interactions in nursing.

Rozzano C.Locsin
RN; PhD, FAAN is Professor of Nursing at the Tokushima University in Japan, Professor Emeritus at the Florida Atlantic University, and Visiting Professor at colleges of nursing in Thailand, Uganda, and the Philippines. He is the author of the volume Technological Competency as Caring in Nursing, which was translated into Japanese in 2015, and then revised in 2016. He is a nationally and internationally published author, an editor/co-author of three other books, a multi-awarded nurse scholar and educator, a Fulbright Scholar to Uganda, a Fulbright Senior Specialist in Global/Public Health and International Development, a member of the Philippine-American Academy of Science and Engineering (PAASE), and a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN).

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