TAKEMURA Yukie

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Name
TAKEMURA Yukie
URL
http://nurs-adm.umin.jp/
Affiliation
The University of Tokyo
Section
the Department of Nursing administration
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
PhD(The University of Tokyo)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Mar 2015
 - 
Today
Associate Professor, Department of Nursing Administration and Advanced Clinical Nursing, Division of Health Science and Nursing, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo
 
Dec 2012
 - 
Mar 2015
deputy director/ director of nursing, IMSUT (Institute of Medical Science, the University of Tokyo) Hospital
 

Education

 
 
 - 
2000
Graduate School, Division of Medical Sciences, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1992
Faculty of Medicine, The University of Tokyo
 

Awards & Honors

 
2014
Four factor Research Awareness Scale for Nurses in Japanese: Instrument development study. Japan Journal of Nursing Science 2013; 10: 232–241., the encouraging award, Japan Academy of Nursing Science
Winner: Watanabe Y, Oe M, Takemura Y, Sasaki M, Onishi M, Kanda K, Sanada H.
 

Published Papers

 
Clarification of the organizational-routine learning process: comparison of novice and experienced nurses newly assigned to a ward.
TAKEMURA Yukie
Journal of Society of Nursing Practice    27(2) 39-51   2015   [Refereed]
Effects of a screening tool and conferences on nurses’discharge-planning ability in a hospital without a discharge-planning department.
Domoto T, Takemura Y, Nagata S.
Clinical Nursing Studies   2(3) 127-139   2014   [Refereed]
Watanabe Y, Oe M, Takemura Y, Sasaki M,  Onishi M, Kanda K, Sanada H.
Japan Journal of Nursing Science   10 232-241   2013   [Refereed]
Kobayashi H, Takemura Y, Kanda K.
Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences   25(3) 419-425   2011   [Refereed]
Methods developed to elucidate nursing related adverse events in Japan.
Yamagishi M, Kanda K, Takemura Y.
Journal of Nursing Management   11 168-176   2003   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Journal of Advanced Nursing   42(3) 252-259   2003   [Refereed]
Journal of Japanese Nursing Research   40   2000   [Refereed]
Nursing and Health Sciences   4(3) 73-83   2002   [Refereed]
Developmental change of nurses' decision making regarding their actions : from absolutenorm to relative alternatives
The seventh annual Qualitative Health Research Conference 2001   262   2001
The Japanese Journal of Nursing Research   34(4) 55-65   2001

Books etc

 
Cultural traits and nursing care particular to Japan. In: deChesnay M. (ed.) Caring for the Vulnerable: Perspectives in Nursing Theory, Practice, and Research
Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc.   2004   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
How nurses recognized their workplace situations when considering whether or not to be at work after the Fukushima nuclear accident: experiences of nurses at hospitals outside the evacuation zone
Yoshie Takahashi, RN, Keiko Kunie, RN, PhD, and, Yukie Takemura
46th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference   15 Oct 2018   
Separation at workplace after the nuclear accident due to The Great East Japan Earthquake: Is the classification for dividing hospital nurses accurate?
Keiko Kunie, Yoshie Takahashi, Yukie Takemura
46th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference   15 Oct 2018   
Acknowledging and re-acknowledging the boundary between groups of nurses in the workplace after the nuclear accident in Fukushima
Yukie Takemura, Keiko Kunie, Yoshie Takahashi
46th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference   15 Oct 2018   
Literature review of TeamSTEPPS studies measuring quantic outcomes
Yamagishi M, Sasaki M, Takemura Y, Kunie K.
33rd ISQua(The International Society for Quality in Health Care   16 Oct 2016   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C)
Project Year: Apr 2016 - Mar 2019    Investigator(s): TAKEMURA Yukie
Development of a nursing process model based on knowing the patient
Clarifying the development process of clinical nurses.
Impact of organizational culture on nursing performance and patients outcome