TAMAKI ATSUKO

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Name
TAMAKI ATSUKO
Affiliation
Kobe Women's University
Section
Faculty of Nursing, Department of Nursing

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 1987
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Mar 1989
看護師
 
Apr 1989
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Mar 1990
看護師
 
Apr 1990
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Mar 1994
助手
 
Apr 1994
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Mar 1995
助手
 
Apr 1995
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Mar 2000
講師
 

Education

 
Apr 1993
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Mar 1995
Graduate School, Division of Education, Osaka Kyoiku University
 
Apr 1999
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Sep 2005
Graduate School, Division of Nursing, College of Nursing Art and Sience, Hyogo
 
 
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Mar 2007
Graduate School, Division of Nursing, College of Nursing Art and Sience, Hyogo
 
Apr 1983
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Mar 1987
Faculty of Nursing, Chiba University
 

Misc

 
The Effectiveness of a Stress Management Program for Japanese Female College Students
Proceedings of The Fourth International Conference of Health Behavioral Science   112-115   Jun 2002
The purpose of this research is to examine the effect of a stress management program among female college students. And also we examine the group defferent background to see how they respond differently to our stress management program. In this st...
International Journal of Mental Health Nursing   17(6) 419-427   Dec 2008   [Refereed]
This intervention study evaluated the effectiveness of home visits by mental health nurses for Japanese women with post-partum depression.
The results suggest that home visits by mental health nurses can contribute to positive mental health and s...
The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease   197(6) 458-460   Jun 2009   [Refereed]
The psychometric properties of the Japanese Test of Self-Conscious Affect-3 (TOSCA-3), a self-report measure of self-conscious emotions, were examined in Japanese university students. The Japanese version of the TOSCA-3 is a reliable and valid mea...

Books etc

 
Recent Advances in Physiological Anthropology
M.Sato, A.Yasukouchi, I.Schroder, J.Ascoff, S.Daan, Y.Yashiro, O.Hisatomi, F.Tokunaga, O.Takenaka, M.Aimi, T.Oishi, H. Tokura, A. Yasukouchi, S. Hashimoto, K. Nakajima, H. Kubo, N. Isoda, A. Tamaki, J. Yamanaka, S. Miyamoto, T. Kume, et.al. (Part:Joint Work)
Mar 1999   
Chapter35 ASTHMA AND STRESS: RELATIONS BETWEEN COPING BEHAVIOR AND PSYCHOSOMATIC TENDENCIES(pp.259-263)

This study was designed to investigate coping behaviors in asthma patioents and to clarify the relation between coping behavior and psychosoma...

Conference Activities & Talks

 
ASTHMA AND STRESS: 2. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIAL SUPPORTS AND PSYCHOSOMATIC TENDENCIES
Third International Congress on Physiological Anthropology Proceedings   Sep 1996   
The porpose of this study is to examine the relations between psychosomatic tendencies and social supprts in asthma patients. The results could show that the severe depressive patients had a tendenciy of difficulty recognizing their social support...
ASTHMA AND STRESS: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COPING BEHAVIOR AND PSYCHOSOMATIC TENDENCIES
Third International Congress on Physiological Anthropology Proceedings   Sep 1996   
The porpose of this study is to clarify the relation between psychosomatic tendencies and coping behavior that have importance in the control of conditions for asthma patients. Results of this study revealed that a group with high psychosomatic te...
The Effectiveness of an Interpersonal Stress Management Program for Nursing Students
Third International Nursing Research Conference   Sep 1998   
This study examined the effectiveness of an interpersonal stress management program in reducing stress among nursing students.Through the experience of the program, the nursing students got greater numbers of social supports, their loneliness and ...
The Effectiveness of a Stress Management Program for Japanese Female College Students
The Fourth International Conference of Health Behavioral Science: Intergrated Approaches to Health,   Aug 2001   
The purpose of this research was to investigate stress management in college students. We developed assessment scales and a stress management program, and used them as educational tools. In this study, it is suggested that our stress management pr...
Development of post-disaster mental health care package for nurses
ICN Conference and CNR   Jun 2007   
We conducted researches on mental health care for disaster victims, with the aim of developing a practical care package that nursing staff members (nurses and public health nurses including volunteers) involved in post-disaster relief activites ca...

Works

 
(Report)Activities and Results of Mental Health Care Development Project
The Others   Mar 2006
The objective of this project to develop a mental health care package for nursing professionals (nurses and public health nurses including volunteers) involved in post-disaster relief activites can be used via an information network system.
(Report) Activities and Results of Mental Health Care Group
The Others   Mar 2005
The mental health care group conducted researches on mental health care for disaster victims, with the aim of developing a practical care package that nursing staff members (nurses and public health nurses including volunteers) involved in post-di...