People live in several communities, whether they want to or not. We live wrapped up in layers of communities, such as our families, workplaces, and neighborhoods. And we are influenced in various ways, for good or ill, by the customs, systems, expectations, and other forces of the community. In this way, people and their behavior are influenced by the community, but people also have the power to change the internal conditions of the community.
In this way, people and their behavior are influenced by the community, but people also have the power to change the internal conditions of the community.
I am researching to find the causes and solutions to various problems and issues in society by imagining that people and communities exist together while constantly fluctuating and influencing each other in this way.
It is necessary to understand the phenomena that occur between “people and communities” come into contact. I have been working with professional practitioners, service users, and other interested parties to conduct research from conception to interpretation, using a method known as “citizen science” to unravel various phenomena occurring in the real world in a more vivid manner, while proposing solutions to problems and implementing the solutions in society. This is a method known as “citizen science,” which is used to unravel various phenomena occurring in the real world in a more vivid manner and propose solutions to problems quickly and implement the solutions in society.
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Experiences of Disabled Older Adults in Urban Area Adult Day Care Centers – A Multisite Case Study (in press).
Effectiveness of social activity interventions on sleep among older people: a systematic review protocol.
Experiences of Disabled Older Adults in Tokyo’s Adult Day Care Centers during COVID-19—A Case Study.
Service Use Objectives among Older Adult Day Care Clients with Disability in Japan.
Measurement Development for Japanese Clients’ Experiences During Adult Day Care Service Use (The J-AdaCa Tool).
A logic model for evaluation and planning in an Adult Day Care for disabled Japanese old people.
Measurement of Special Access to Home Visit Nursing Services among Japanese Disabled Elderly People: Using GIS and Claim data.
The association between nurses’ coordination with physicians and clients’ place of death.
Home visiting nurse service duration and factors related to institution admission.
Association between Geographic Accessibility of Home Care Clinics and Hospitalization in Japan using Geographic Information Systems and Insurance Claim Data.
Effects of Relational Coordination among Colleagues and Span of Control on Work Engagement Among Home Visiting Nurses.
Identifying characteristics of adults absent from a metabolic syndrome checkup in Japan using CHAID dendrograms and insurance claim data.
Diseases that precede disability among latter-stage elderly individuals in Japan.
The effect of skill mix with non-nursing assistant on work engagement among home visiting nurses in Japan.
Reliability and validity of the Japanese version of the Relational Coordination Scale (in Japanese).
Description of community-dwelling people who require home care service frequently on the same day (in Japanese).
Effects of non-nursing assistance on home visit nurses’ time spent in Japan: one group repeated pretest-posttest trial.
Individual and organizational factors related to work engagement among home-visiting nurses in Japan.
Relationship between perceived time pressure during visits and burnout among home visiting nurses in Japan.
Prevalence of home visiting nurse service clients who received insufficient number of nurse visits in the Japanese long-term care insurance.
Characteristics of family caregivers with sleep dissatisfaction in Japan: identification using CHAID dendrograms.
Prevalence of persons receiving elimination assistance among Japanese community-dwelling elderly.
Classification tree model identifies home-based service needs of Japanese long-term care insurance consumers.
Fathers’ child-rearing behavior and influencing factors (in Japanese).
Professional barriers to collaboration（Senmonshoku no Kabe, in Japanese). Takashi Naruse. (2022). Japanese Journal of Health and Human Ecology, 88(4); 123-124, https://doi.org/10.3861/kenko.88.4_123(in Japanese).
News from JACHN Topics of Japanese Community Health Nursing 1. Current Status and Issues of ICT Application on Community Health Nursing in Japan （Takashi Naruse 2022）. Japan Academy of Community Health Nursing.