TAMURA Keiko

J-GLOBAL         Last updated: Jun 13, 2019 at 11:42
 
Avatar
Name
TAMURA Keiko
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Degree
Master(Nursing)(St. Luke's College of Nursing)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Kyoto University 
 
 
   
 
Dontoral Student, Former Institution /Organization Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1996
Nursing, Graduate School, Division of Nursing, St. Luke's College of Nursing
 

Published Papers

 
Ichihara Kaori, Ouchi Sayako, Okayama Sachiko, Kinoshita Fukiko, Miyashita Mitsunori, Morita Tatsuya, Tamura Keiko
PALLIATIVE & SUPPORTIVE CARE   17(1) 46-53   Feb 2019   [Refereed]
Arahata Tomoko, Miyashita Mitsunori, Takenouchi Sayaka, Tamura Keiko, Kizawa Yoshiyuki
JOURNAL OF HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE NURSING   20(1) 55-62   Feb 2018   [Refereed]
Takenouchi Sayaka, Sasahara Tomoyo, Miyashita Mitsunori, Kawa Masako, Umeda Megumi, Kuwata Miyoko, Arahata Tomoko, Kizawa Yoshiyuki, Tamura Keiko
JOURNAL OF HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE NURSING   19(6) 539-549   Dec 2017   [Refereed]
Morita Tatsuya, Tamura Keiko, Kusajima Etsuko, Sakai Sayuri, Kawa Masako, Imura Chizuru, Ichihara Kaori, Miyashita Mitsunori, Yamaguchi Takuhiro, Uchitomi Yosuke
JOURNAL OF PALLIATIVE MEDICINE   17(12) 1298-1305   Dec 2014   [Refereed]
Imai Kengo, Ikenaga Masayuki, Kodama Tomoyuki, Kanemura Seitetsu, Tamura Keiko, Morita Tatsuya
SUPPORTIVE CARE IN CANCER   21(10) 2777-2781   Oct 2013   [Refereed]
Takenouchi Sayaka, Miyashita Mitsunori, Tamura Keiko, Kizawa Yoshiyuki, Kosugi Shinji
JOURNAL OF HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE NURSING   13(6) 368-375   Nov 2011   [Refereed]
Morita Tatsuya, Murata Hisayuki, Hirai Kei, Tamura Keiko, Kataoka Jun, Ohnishi Hideki, Akizuki Nobuya, Kurihara Yukie, Akechi Tatsuo, Uchitomi Yosttke
JOURNAL OF PAIN AND SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT   34(2) 160-170   Aug 2007   [Refereed]

Misc

 
田村 恵子
The Japanese journal of hospice and palliative care   21(4) 386-390   Jul 2011
田村 恵子
Japanese journal of clinical radiology   55(9) 1095-1099   Sep 2010
Radio therapy is a relatively less invasive approach that allows patients to maintain their quality of lives, and health care professionals in palliative care continue to hold interest in the therapy. However, except patients with pain secondary t...
田村 恵子
The Japanese journal of hospice and palliative care   20(5) 448-450   Sep 2010
田村 恵子
The Japanese journal of hospice and palliative care   19(1) 34-38   Jan 2009
田村 恵子
The Japanese journal of hospice and palliative care   17(5) 415-419   Sep 2007
田村 恵子
The Japanese journal of hospice and palliative care   17(4) 323-325   Jul 2007
田村 恵子
The Japanese journal of nursing research   40(5) 431-434   Jul 2007
TAMURA Keiko
Annals of the Japanese Association for Philosophical and Ethical Researches in Medicine   25(0) 142-145   2007
Sakaguchi Yukihiro, Tsuneto Satoru, Kashiwagi Tetsuo, Takayama Keiko, Tamura Keiko, Ikenaga Masayuki
Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine   44(9) 697-703   2004
Bereavement service is one of the significant services in hospice/palliative care units (PCUs). The aim of this national survey of bereavement services in Japanese hospice/PCUs is to comprehend the actual state of the support systems available for...

Research Grants & Projects

 
Spiritual Care
The Other Research Programs
Project Year: 2002 - 2006