Nagata, Satoko



Faculty of Nursing and Medical Care (Shonan Fujisawa)



Career 【 Display / hide

  • 2000.04

    東京大学大学院医学系研究科, 地域看護学分野, 助教

  • 2005.12

    東京大学大学院医学系研究科, 地域看護学分野, 講師

  • 2012.12

    東京大学大学院医学系研究科, 地域看護学分野, 准教授

  • 2017.04

    慶應義塾大学, 看護医療学部, 教授

Academic Background 【 Display / hide

  • 1998.04

    The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Medicine

    Graduate School, Withdrawal before completion, Doctoral course

Academic Degrees 【 Display / hide

  • 博士(保健学), The University of Tokyo, Dissertation, 2005.10



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  • Life Science / Gerontological nursing and community health nursing (Home health nursing)


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  • シンプル衛生公衆衛生学2018

    監修 鈴木庄亮, 南江堂, 2018

    Scope: 7-1 地域社会と地域保健

  • プリンシプル在宅看護学

    原礼子編著, 医歯薬出版, 2016

    Scope: 第3章 地域包括ケアにおける看護の役割と機能(pp.25-52)

  • 在宅ケア学 第3巻 在宅ケアとチームアプローチ

    編集 日本在宅ケア学会、共著者:永田智子、成瀬昂, ワールドプランニング, 2015

    Scope: 第2章 チームアプローチの実際 V.在宅ケアにおける医療と介護の分担と連携

  • 退院支援ガイドブック「これまでの暮らし」「そしてこれから」をみすえてかかわる

    宇都宮宏子監修,坂井志麻編集, 学研, 2015

    Scope: 第1章 2 退院支援の歴史と制度的な背景.(pp.21-25)

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  • The Use of a Public Space in a Public Housing Complex by Senior Citizens: A Qualitative Study

    Matsumoto H., Kageyama M., Yamamoto-Mitani N., Nagata S.

    Journal of Aging and Environment (Journal of Aging and Environment)  35 ( 2 ) 107 - 124 2021

    ISSN  26892618

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    Recently, many community gathering spaces (CGSs) have been built as platforms for senior citizens to socialize. This study constitutes an ethnographic examination of how senior citizens use a CGS in a public housing complex in Japan. The results depicted six characteristic styles in which senior citizens used the CGS: visiting a park, attending a school, using a library, using a meeting room, shopping for commodities, and participating in events. Frequency of CGS use and group cohesion were two properties that distinguished among the six styles. Moreover, environmental features of the CGS enabled senior citizens with various physical and social conditions to use the CGS.

  • Age in months and birth order in infant nonfatal injuries: A retrospective cohort study

    Honda C., Yamana H., Matsui H., Nagata S., Yasunaga H., Naruse T.

    Public Health in Practice (Public Health in Practice)  1 2020.11

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    Objective: To examine the age in months at which infants visited outpatient clinics or emergency rooms for the first time for nonfatal injuries and to identify risk factors for the occurrence of these injuries. Study design: Retrospective cohort study. Methods: We used a health insurance claims database in Japan. Infants born between April 2012 and December 2014 were identified and followed until 12 months of age. We identified their first visit to outpatient clinics or emergency rooms because of nonfatal injuries (wounds/fractures, foreign bodies, and burns). Cox regression analysis was used to examine the association of nonfatal injuries with infants’ sex, birth order, and parental age. Results: We identified 46,431 eligible infants. Of these, 7606 (16.4%) were brought to an outpatient clinic or emergency room for nonfatal injuries within 12 months of birth. Of the 7,606, 21.7% were aged ≤4 months and 44.7% ​≤ ​7 months. First-born infants were more likely to have wounds/fractures and burns. Conclusion: One-fifth of first nonfatal infant injuries occurred within 4 months of age. Healthcare providers should provide early education about injury prevention, especially to caregivers of first-born infants.

  • A logic model for evaluation and planning in an adult day care for disabled Japanese old people

    Naruse T., Kitano A., Matsumoto H., Nagata S.

    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health)  17 ( 6 )  2020.03

    ISSN  16617827

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    Adult day care (ADC) provides various services for meeting clients’ needs. Based on the mini-Delphi method with 46 ADC staff and the discussions with eight ADC administrators, this study developed and finalized a comprehensive logic model to represent the elements of ADC. For the three basic structures of a logic model—inputs/activities, outputs, and outcomes—the model contained seven core categories and 23 sub-categories. The ADC inputs/activities consisted of two core categories: “Place to stay” and “Intervention from staff”. These inputs/activities caused two kinds of outputs: “Clients’ experiences” and “Families’ experiences”. “Accumulating experiences” with repeated ADC visits was established as the link between the ADC outputs and outcomes, which were “Clients’ change” and “Families’ change”. ADC centers provide various experiences for their clients and their caregivers, ranging from the fulfillment of needs for fundamental care to psychiatric care and self-actualization. Improving various model-related inputs/interventions can produce better experiences and outcomes. The model can guide ADC administrators, policymakers, and researchers in the evaluation of a heterogeneous ADC service program that is community-based, thereby ensuring optimal care for clients with an efficient use of resources.

  • Home safety practices to prevent child injury and its association with family and children's daily routines in Japan: A cross-sectional study

    Honda C., Naruse T., Tsuchiya-Ito R., Yamamoto N., Nagata S.

    Japan Journal of Nursing Science (Japan Journal of Nursing Science)  17 ( 1 )  2020.01

    ISSN  17427932

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    Aim: To investigate the association between children and their families' daily life routines and the implementation of safety practices in their homes. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted using a self-administered questionnaire among parents of 3-year-old children, who visited a public health center in Tokyo for their health checkups. Associations between the implementation of safety practices and family and children's basic daily routines were assessed using a multivariate logistic regression. Results: Data from 336 parents were analyzed. Three items were found to be significantly related to the non-implementation of safety practices, such as “television-watching behavior: after 8:00 p.m.” (adjusted odds ratio = 1.88, p =.02), “washing hands: not every time after getting home” (adjusted odds ratio = 2.24, p =.02), and “Family Routines Inventory: lower score” (a measurement of the routinization of a family's daily life; adjusted odds ratio =.83, p =.01). Conclusion: The cumulative results suggest that the lack of safety practices implementation signify nonadherence to daily routine practices by parents.

  • The structure of the perceived professional identity of Japanese public health nurses

    Iwasaki Riho, Kageyama Masako, Nagata Satoko

    Public Health Nursing (Public Health Nursing)  35 ( 3 ) 220 - 227 2018.05

    Research paper (scientific journal), Joint Work, Accepted,  ISSN  0737-1209

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    <p>Objective: As health problems become more diverse and complicated, the way public health nurses (PHNs) work is changing. Research at the conceptual level of professional identity of PHNs is lacking. This study aimed to explore the structure of the perceived professional identity of Japanese PHNs. Design and Sample: Grounded theory method was used. Twenty-five PHNs in Japanese municipalities were participated in the study. Measurements: Data were collected through semistructured interviews and analyzed using open, axial, and selective coding. Results: Three categories emerged: (1) providing support to the consulter directly, (2) working as a member of the administrative organization, and (3) working for all residents to improve community development. The modality of perceived professional identity showed interindividual and intraindividual differences and was either stable or unstable. The perceived professional identities coexisted, but there was a conflict between (1) and (2). Conclusion: PHNs should be made aware of the three identities revealed in our study and the possibility of a conflict between identities. Moreover, to ensure working for all residents to improve community development, a population-based approach to education is needed with cooperation of universities and clinical practice.</p>

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  • 患者主体の移行期ケアの方法論確立に向けて:患者の参加と体験についての多角的調査


    MEXT,JSPS, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Principal investigator

  • 外来患者の在宅療養支援に向けた対処方策の開発とシステム化


    MEXT,JSPS, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Principal investigator

  • 基盤研究(B)外来患者の在宅療養支援に向けた対処方策の開発とシステム化


    日本学術振興会, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Research grant, Principal investigator

  • 地理情報システムとPhotovoiceを用いた新たな住民参加型地域診断手法の開発


    MEXT,JSPS, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research, Principal investigator

  • 挑戦的萌芽研究 地理情報システムとPhotovoiceを用いた新たな住民参加型地域診断手法の開発


    日本学術振興会, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Principal investigator

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Awards 【 Display / hide

  • 日本公衆衛生学会奨励賞

    2012.10, 日本公衆衛生学会


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Memberships in Academic Societies 【 Display / hide

  • 日本在宅ケア学会

  • 日本看護科学学会

  • 日本公衆衛生看護学会

  • 日本公衆衛生学会

  • 日本地域看護学会