MORI Akiko

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Name
MORI Akiko
E-mail
akiko-morislcn.ac.jp
Affiliation
St. Luke's International University
Degree
Master of Nursing

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2014
 - 
Today
professor, St.Luke's International University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1986
Graduate School, Division of Nursing, St. Luke's College of Nursing
 

Committee Memberships

 
2003
   
 
Japanese Society of Infertility Nursing  Chairman
 

Awards & Honors

 
Dec 2010
Supporting stress management for women undergoing the early stage of fertility treatment: A cluster-randomized controlled trial, ;, Japan Nursing Science Society
 

Published Papers

 
Quality‐of‐life predictors for men undergoing infertility treatment in Japan
Kyoko Asazawa, Mina Jitsuzaki, Akiko Mori, Tomohiko Ichikawa, Katsuko Shinozaki, Sarah E. Porter
Japan Academy of Nursing Science      Dec 2018   [Refereed]
Supportive Care Needs and Medical Care Requests of Male Patients during Infertility Treatment
Asazawa K, Jitsuzaki M, MORI A, Ichikawa T, Shinozaki K.
Open Journal of Nursing   8(4) 235-247   Apr 2018   [Refereed]
Certified Infertility Nurses' Perceptions and Practice on Male Infertility Nursing and Related Factors
Mori A, Asazawa K, Hoshi R, Yumura Y.
Open Journal of Nursing   8(1) 1-13   Jan 2018   [Refereed]
Shimizu A, MORI A.
Journal of Clinical Nursing   27 e1589-e1599   Dec 2017   [Refereed]
Asazawa K, MORI A.
Jpn J Nurs Sci   12(3) 208-221   Jul 2015   [Refereed]
MORI Akiko
JAPAN JOURNAL OF NURSING SCIENCE   6(1) 37-49   Jun 2009   [Refereed]
A Comparison of Reproductive Health Knowledge Between Malawian and Japanese women
Nasoro Ethel Fortunate, Arimori N, MORI A, Horiuchi S.
6(2) 106-115   Sep 2001   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Stressors and coping mechanisms of nurses caring for patients undergoing treatment for infertility
J.Jpn.Acad.Mid.   Vol.16,No.1,pp.24-34    2002
The Study of Nurses' Perception on Infertility Treatment and Nursing Care
JANS Third International Nursing Research Conference Proceeding   239   1998
Quality Assessment of Intrapartum Care : Focused on Assessment by Midwives
Second International Nursing Research Conference proceedings   100-101    1995
Instrument Development(4) -Identifying Elements of Quality of Nursing Care
Japanese Journal of Nursing Administration   3(7) 494-499   1993
Instrument Development(3) -Identifying Elements of Quality of Nursing Care
Japanese Journal of Nursing Administration   3(5) 340-348   1993
Instrument Development(2) -Identifying Elements of Quality of Nursing Care
Japanese Journal of Nursing Administration   3(4) 274-280   1993
Instrument Development(1) -Identifying Elements of Quality of Nursing Care-
Japanese Journal of Nursing Administration   3(3) 188-192   1993
A Study of Literature on Psychosocial Aspects of Infertility : An Overview
(5) 109-118   1992
The Trend of the Nursing Research for Infertility -Focusing Psychological Aspects-
Journal of Japan Academy of Midwifery   6(1) 12-22   1992

Books etc

 
Pocketable Manual on Nursing Process Maternity Nursing
Ishiyaku Publishers Inc   1991   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Effectiveness of a spousal support program in improving the quality of life of infertile men in Japan: a pilot study
K. Asazawa, M. Jitsuzaki, A. MORI, T. Ichikawa, K. Shinozaki
35th Annual Meeting, Europian Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology   24 Jun 2019   
Development of a quality of life causal model for men undergoing fertility treatment
K.Asazawa, A.MORI, M.Jitsuzaki, T.Ichikawa, K.Shinozaki
34th ESHRE Annual meeting   2 Jul 2018   
Factors related to partnership for couples undergoing fertility treatment
ASAZAWA KYOKO、MORI Akiko
The 16th EAFONS   21 Feb 2013   
Role of the fertility nurse in Japan
MORI Akiko
Royal College of Nursing Fertility Nurse Group Annual Conference & Exhibition   26 Feb 2005   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Effects of the Stress Management Program for Infertile Women
Project Year: 2003 - 2005
Practice guideline for the women who are damaged by domestic violence.
Project Year: 2002