Yamamoto, Natsuki

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Affiliation

Faculty of Nursing and Medical Care (Shonan Fujisawa)

Position

Assistant Professor (Non-tenured)/Research Associate (Non-tenured)/Instructor (Non-tenured)

Academic Background 【 Display / hide

  • 2015.04
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    2018.03

    The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Medicine, Division of Health Sciences & Nursing

    Graduate School, Completed, Doctoral course

  • 2013.04
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    2015.03

    The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Medicine, Division of Health Sciences & Nursing

    Graduate School, Completed, Master's course

Academic Degrees 【 Display / hide

  • 博士(保健学), The University of Tokyo, Coursework, 2018.03

 

Research Areas 【 Display / hide

  • Life Science / Lifelong developmental nursing (Maternal and child Health)

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

Research Keywords 【 Display / hide

  • Home Care

  • Patient Safety

  • Maternal and child Health

  • Nursing Manegement

  • 組織学習

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Papers 【 Display / hide

  • Characteristics of Patient Safety Incident Occurrences Reported by Japanese Homecare Nurses: A Prospective Observational Study

    Natsuki Yamamoto-Takiguchi, Takashi Naruse, Mahiro Fujisaki-Sueda-Sakai, Noriko Yamamoto-Mitani

    Nursing Reports (MDPI AG)  11 ( 4 ) 997 - 1005 2021.12

    Research paper (scientific journal), Joint Work

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    Patient safety incidents (PSIs) prevention is important in healthcare because PSIs affect patients negatively and increase medical costs and resource use. However, PSI knowledge in homecare is limited. To analyze patient safety issues and strategies, we aimed to identify the characteristics and contexts of PSI occurrences in homecare settings. A prospective observational study was conducted between July and November 2017 at 27 Japanese homecare nurse (HCN) agencies. HCNs at each agency voluntarily completed PSI reports indicating whether they contributed to PSIs or were informed of a PSI by the client/informal caregiver/other care provider during a period of three months. A total of 139 PSIs were analyzed, with the most common being falls (43.9%), followed by medication errors (25.2%). Among the PSIs reported to the HCN agencies, 44 were recorded on formal incident report forms, whereas 95 were reported as PSIs that required a response (e.g., injury care) but were not recorded on formal incident report forms. Most PSIs that occurred when no HCN was visiting were not recorded as incident reports (82.1%). Developing a framework/system that can accumulate, analyze, and share information on PSIs that occur in the absence of HCNs may provide insights into PSIs experienced by HCN clients.

  • Home-Visit Nurses' perceptions of Patient Safety Incidents in home care and reporting styles to their agencies: a qualitative descriptive study

    Natsuki Takiguchi-Yamamoto, Takashi Naruse, Hiroshige Matsumoto, Mahiro Fujisaki-Sueda-Sakai, Satoko Nagata

    Journal of Japan Academy of Home Care (医学書院エムワイダブリュー)  23 ( 2 ) 63 - 72 2020.03

    Research paper (scientific journal), Joint Work, Accepted,  ISSN  1346-9649

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

    Chikako Honda, Takashi Naruse, Rumiko Tsuchiya-Ito, Natsuki Yamamoto, Satoko Nagata

    Japan Journal of Nursing Science (Japan Journal of Nursing Science)  17 ( 1 ) e12274 2019

    Research paper (scientific journal), Joint Work, Accepted,  ISSN  17427932

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    © 2019 Japan Academy of Nursing Science 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.

  • Relationship between maternal mindfulness and anxiety 1 month after childbirth

    Yamamoto, Natsuki, Naruse, Takashi, Sakai, Mahiro, Nagata, Satoko

    JAPAN JOURNAL OF NURSING SCIENCE 14 ( 4 ) 267 - 276 2017.10

    Research paper (scientific journal), Joint Work, Accepted,  ISSN  1742-7932

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    AIM: To investigate the relationship between maternal mindfulness and maternal anxiety 1 month after childbirth. METHODS: A cross-sectional design was used, featuring anonymous questionnaires that were completed between July and December 2014 at two Japanese hospitals. The participants (n = 151) completed the Mindful Attention Awareness Scale (Japanese version) and the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory Form X (Japanese version). The data analysis was carried out by using a hierarchical multiple regression. RESULTS: The state and trait anxiety scores showed significant relationships with mindfulness, the mother's age, and the perceived difference between the expectations of motherhood before childbirth and the reality of post-partum daily life. Furthermore, the amount of average sleep time in the past week (including naps) showed a negative association with the state anxiety score, whereas the marital relationship showed a positive association with trait anxiety. Finally, at 1 month post-partum, the mothers with greater mindfulness scores showed lower anxiety. CONCLUSIONS: Improvements in mindfulness could help mothers to reduce their post-partum anxiety.

  • Current trends and age-based differences of unintentional injury in Japanese children

    Yamamoto, Natsuki, Honda, Chikako, Nagata, Satoko

    BIOSCIENCE TRENDS (IRCA-BSSA)  10 ( 2 ) 152 - 157 2016.04

    Research paper (scientific journal), Joint Work, Accepted,  ISSN  1881-7815

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    Unintentional injury in children is a worldwide public health problem, as it increases the health burden and is a leading cause of death among children. It is important to understand the differences between different age groups of children in regard to unintentional injury, in order to effectively implement child safety education. The present study aimed to determine the current trends of unintentional injury in children, and to identify the differences between different age groups of children with regard to unintentional injury. We identified 1,521 children who attended an 18-month health checkup (18-month group), and 1,368 children who attended a 36-month health checkup (36-month group), between January 1, 2014 and December 31, 2014. The rate of hospital visits associated with unintentional injury was 10.6% (161/1,521) in the 18-month group, and 13.1% (180/1,368) in the 36-month group. In both groups, present/past illness was associated with hospital visits, and in the 36-month group, hospital visits were more common in boys than in girls. The number of unintentional injuries that occurred outdoors was higher in the 36-month group than in the 18-month group. Unintentional injuries resulting from accidental ingestion and falls were more common in the 18-month group, while unintentional injuries resulting from turning over were more common in the 36-month group. In conclusion, the number of hospital visits for unintentional injury might be higher, and the number of preventive actions taken by mothers might be lower, among children attending the 36-month health checkup than among those attending the 18-month health checkup.

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Papers, etc., Registered in KOARA 【 Display / hide

Reviews, Commentaries, etc. 【 Display / hide

  • COVID-19感染拡大下の地域住民の生活調査(第二報) 変化・困り事とストレスの関連

    山本 なつ紀, 内山 映子, 秋山 美紀, 石川 志麻, 小熊 祐子, 田口 敦子, 永田 智子

    日本公衆衛生学会総会抄録集 (日本公衆衛生学会)  80回   516 - 516 2021.11

    ISSN  1347-8060

  • COVID-19感染拡大下の地域住民の生活調査(第一報) 変化・困り事の現状把握

    内山 映子, 山本 なつ紀, 秋山 美紀, 石川 志麻, 小熊 祐子, 田口 敦子, 永田 智子

    日本公衆衛生学会総会抄録集 (日本公衆衛生学会)  80回   516 - 516 2021.11

    ISSN  1347-8060

  • 訪問看護師の「利用者の安全に関わる出来事」への認識と判断

    山本なつ紀, 成瀬昂, 松本博成, 藤﨑万裕, 永田智子

    日本地域看護学会第20回学術集会  2017.08

    Lead author

  • 1歳6ヵ月児及び3歳児の親の事故予防行動と子供の性別の関連

    本田 千可子, 成瀬 昂, 山本 なつ紀, 永田 智子

    日本公衆衛生学会総会抄録集 (日本公衆衛生学会)  75回   453 - 453 2016.10

    ISSN  1347-8060

  • Current trends and age-based differences of child unintentional injury in Japan

    Yamamoto, N, Honda, C, Nagata, S

    International Collaboration fo Community Health Nursing Research SYMPSIUM 2016  2016.09

    Lead author

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Presentations 【 Display / hide

  • COVID-19感染拡大下の地域住民の生活 調査(第二報):変化・困り事とストレスの関連

    山本なつ紀, 内山映子, 秋山美紀, 石川志麻, 小熊祐子, 田口敦子, 永田智子

    第80回日本公衆衛生学会総会, 

    2021.12

    Poster presentation

  • COVID-19感染拡大下の地域住民の生活 調査(第一報):変化・困り事の現状把握

    内山映子, 山本なつ紀, 秋山美紀, 石川志麻, 小熊祐子, 田口敦子, 永田智子

    第80回日本公衆衛生学会総会, 

    2021.12

    Poster presentation

  • 居住地区を踏まえた地域高齢者の要介護・要支援化のリスク要因の検討: 自治体の調査データを用いた二次分析

    山本なつ紀, 成瀬 昂, 永田智子

    日本地域看護学会第 23 回学術集会, 

    2020.08

    Poster presentation

  • Relational coordination, speaking up for patient safety, and its related factors among home visit nurses: Toward ensuring patient safety

    Natsuki Yamamoto-Takiguchi, Takashi Naruse, Mahiro Fujisaki-Sueda-Sakai, Noriko Yamamoto-Mitani

    the 22nd East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars 2019 (Singapore) , 

    2019.01

    Poster presentation

  • 訪問看護事業所における「利用者の安全に関わる出来事」の発生実態

    山本 なつ紀, 成瀬 昂, 山本 則子.

    日本地域看護学会第21回学術集会 (日本(岐阜県)) , 

    2018.08

    Poster presentation, 日本地域看護学会

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Research Projects of Competitive Funds, etc. 【 Display / hide

  • Development and evaluation of incident reporting system in Japanese home visit nursing agencies

    2019.04
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    2021.03

    Keio University, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists, Natsuki Yamamoto-Takiguchi, Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists, Research grant, Principal investigator

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    医療の場が、病院等の医療機関から在宅へと拡大していくのに伴い、医療の安全も、在宅へ対象を拡大する必要がある。組織が安全を実現するためには、事故・インシデントなどの失敗から学ぶための、組織学習を行うことが重要である。特に、医療や看護など、業務上の失敗が致命的な結果となり得る組織では、他組織の失敗から間接的に学ぶ代理学習が不可欠である。しかし、訪問看護領域には、代理学習の機会を得るための社会システムが存在しない。本研究では、訪問看護師を対象に、オンラインで事故等を報告・共有できるシステムを開発する。これにより、安全に関する代理学習の機会の付与が、訪問看護の安全管理方略へ与える効果を比較検証する。

  • COVID-19感染拡大が地域住民や地域活動に及ぼす影響とポストコロナ社会での住民主体型地域活動再興に向けた課題の検討

    2022.06
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    2023.03

    公益財団法人政策医療振興財団, No Setting

  • 訪問看護師の事故・インシデント報告行動に関連する訪問看護事業所特性の明確化

    2016.12
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    2018.06

    Pfizer health research foundation, Natsuki Yamamoto, Research grant, Principal investigator

  • 訪問看護師が認識する事故・インシデント報告範囲/基準の構成要素と事故・インシデント報告行動の阻害要因について

    2016.07
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    2017.08

    The Yuumi memorial foundation for home health care, Natsuki Yamamoto, Research grant, Principal investigator

  • Development of new methodology of community diagnosis with community residents using GIS and photovoice

    2016.04
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    2019.03

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research, NAGATA Satoko, NARUSE Takashi, KAGEYAMA Masako, FUJISAKI Mahiro, TERAMOTO Chie, YAMAMOTO Natsuki, Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research, No Setting

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    In 2016, we did the community diagnosis for 2 cities using GIS and photovoice. Overview of the distribution of population in the city was made by ArcGIS, and the assessment for small district was done using the geographical data of community subsystems made by GIS. After that, we made the information gathering by windshield survey and photovoice in several districts in the city.
    In 2017, we developed the logic model for community diagnosis and program evaluation.
    In 2018, we collaborated with one city. We discussed with the municipal staff, and set the assessment focus based on community characteristics. Community analysis was done using the data of elders and geographical data, which was reported to the city as feedback.

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Awards 【 Display / hide

  • The Good Poster Award

    Natsuki Yamamoto-Takiguchi, Takashi Naruse Noriko Yamamoto-Mitani, 2018.08, Japan Academy of Community Health Nursing HOMEJAPANESE, Survey on trends in occurrence of patient safety incidents reported by Japanese home-visit nursing agencies

    Type of Award: Award from Japanese society, conference, symposium, etc.

 

Courses Taught 【 Display / hide

  • PRACTICUM IN HOME CARE SKILLS

    2022

  • PRACTICUM IN HOME CARE

    2022

  • INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITY-BASED INTEGRATED CARE

    2022

  • PRACTICUM IN HOME CARE SKILLS

    2021

  • PRACTICUM IN HOME CARE

    2021

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Social Activities 【 Display / hide

  • 両親学級 講師

    東京都荒川区健康推進課

    2016.04
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    Present
  • 乳幼児突然死症候群 相談員

    東京都福祉保健局

    2016.03
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    2019.06

Committee Experiences 【 Display / hide

  • 2022.09
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    Present

    査読委員, 一般社団法人 日本在宅ケア学会

  • 2021.10
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    Present

    国際交流委員, 一般社団法人日本地域看護学会

  • 2019.10
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    Present

    和文誌専任査読委員, 公益財団法人日本看護科学学会