TOMINAGA Maki

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Name
TOMINAGA Maki
Affiliation
Setsunan University
Section
Faculty of Nursing
Job title
Associate professor
Research funding number
40419974

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
Mental health literacy among university students of health related faculties: a case-based survey for knowledge and coping behavior
TOMINAGA Maki, NISHIMURA, Miya, KOGAWA Terumi, MINAMI Akiko
Setsunan University Nursing Research   7(1) 3-11   2019   [Refereed]
Generation-common and -specific factors in intention to leave among female hospital nurses: A cross-sectional study using a large Japanese sample.
TOMINAGA Maki, ASAKURA Kyoko, ASAKURA Takashi
The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health   15(1591)    Jul 2018   [Refereed]
The Association between Quality Improvement Initiatives in Dementia Care and Supportive Psychosocial Work Environments in Nursing Homes.
NAKANISHI, Miharu, TOMINAGA Maki
Healthcare   6(44)    May 2018   [Refereed]
The Influence of Supportive and Ethical Work Environments on Work-Related Accidents, Injuries, and Serious Psychological Distress among Hospital Nurses
TOMINAGA Maki, NAKANISHI, Miharu
The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health   15(240)    Jan 2018   [Refereed]
TOMINAGA Maki
Journal of the Japan Society for Healthcare Administration   54(1) 7-17   Jan 2017   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Qualitative study of the psychosocial work environment that discourages professional caregivers from leaving nursing homes
TOMINAGA Maki, NAKANISHI Miharu
The 6th international nursing research conference of world academy of nursing science   2020   
Factors of happiness in the workplace and intentions to leave among female professional care workers in geriatric facilities
TOMINAGA Maki, NAKANISHI Miharu
19th World Psychiatric Association World Congress of Psychiatry   21 Aug 2019   
Influence of supportive and ethical work environments on work-related accidents and injuries and intentions to leave among professional caregivers of nursing homes
TOMINAGA Maki, NAKANISHI Miharu, KAWAI Takako, ADACHI Yasumasa
The Asia Pacific Academy for Psychosocial factors at work   Nov 2018   
The influence of supportive and ethical work environments on work- related accidents and injuries among hospital nurses
TOMINAGA Maki, NAKANISHI Miharu, KAWAI Takako
Sigma Theta Tau International 4th European Conference   Jun 2018   
Social capital and ethical climate in hospitals: a scale development to evaluate the supportive work environment for hospital nurses
TOMINAGA Maki, NAKANISHI Miharu
26th European Congress of Psychiatr   Mar 2018   

Research Grants & Projects

 
work stress and health