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A survey on the current state of special consideration for religion in Japanese nursing
日本の看護ケアにおける宗教的配慮の現状に関する実態調査

Yuria Kai, Takako Andou, Noriko Kiyomura
2019 Kango kagaku kenkyu  
The purpose of this study was to clarify the current state of special consideration for religion in Japanese hospitals using an online survey. Ninety-four disaster hospitals were selected by two-stage sampling, and we analyzed the 13 hospitals from which valid responses were received. The survey consisted of questions about awareness and implementation of 22 items requiring special consideration for religion in Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism-three major religions that make up about 70% of
more » ... up about 70% of the world's population. It also included an open-ended question in which hospitals were asked to write about their own special consideration for religion. The results showed high awareness among hospitals of the 22 items requiring special consideration for religion. More than 60% of the hospitals provided special religious meals, but the percentage of hospitals equipped with areas such as prayer rooms ranged from 20% to 50%. As globalization advances, in order to provide nursing care for people with diverse values and religions, we hope that more hospitals will consider implementing specific measures to address their needs. キーワード 宗教、看護ケア、日本
doi:10.20705/jjnhs.17.1_22 fatcat:cszvdf3krrdgteuw3apiyhpl2q