臨床シミュレーション研究(ISSN 2186-2893)は、International Clinical Simulation Organization(臨床シミュレーション機構)の機関誌として2011年に発刊しました。

2016年のVol.6からはフリーアクセスのオンライン版 Journal of Clinical Simulation Research; JCSR(ISSN 2433-054X)も本サイトにて発行しております。

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最新号 Vol.6 (2016) Contents


【ORIGINAL ARTICLE】
Analysis of Participant Motivation, Requirement and Satisfaction on Japan Triage and Acuity Scale Train­ing Course Held in Rural Area  
  Mayumi HASHIMOTO, Hiroshi OKUDERA, Satoru MASHIBA, Sanae YAMAZAKI and Kanako NARA


Development of Japan Triage and Acuity Scale and Training Course for Emergency Department in Japan  
  Akiyo KIZAWA, Hiroshi OKUDERA, Masahiro WAKASUGI, Megumi TAKAHASHI and Mayumi HASHIMOTO

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Vol.5 (2015) Contents

【ORIGINAL ARTICLE】
●Why Do Nurses Attend an Immediate Stroke Life Support (ISLS) Course?  
  Noriko SAKODA, Hisato IKEDA
●Implementation of Disaster Training System Using Information and Communication Technology  
  Mayumi HASHIMOTO, Hiroshi OKUDERA, Masahiro WAKASUGI
●Factors for Continuing to Serve as an Instructor of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training
  Noriko SAKODA, Kazue NARA, Takayuki KOSUGE, Hisato IKEDA, Mayu ONISHI

【International Emergo Train System Workshop in Toyama 2015】
●Public Health England UK EMERGO Faculty, National Programme and New Developments  
  John PAGAN, Steve NORTH
●Pandemic Preparedness & Response Testing Using the Emergo Train System in a Local Health District in Sydney Australia
  Iromi SAMARASINGHE    
●Using the Emergo Train System to Improve Disaster Medical Records that Use a Digital Pen  
  Shinji MAKIHARA
●Emergo Train System® for Health Professionals at a Regional or Hospital Level in Japan
  Mie SAKAMOTO, Hiroshi OKUDERA, Masahiro WAKASUGI
●Development of a Paediatric Patient Bank for Use in Emergo Train System ® Disaster Simulation Exercises
  Joanne GRINDLAY
●Engaging Pre-hospital (Ambulance) Resources During Emergo Train Exercises in Victoria, Australia
  Jon BYRNE
●Kenya's Preparedness for Mass Casualty Incidents, a Focus on Nairobi and Mombasa Cities
  Stanley O OMUTEREMA1 and Sum J TECLA
●Problems and Potential Regarding the Development of Emergo in Cold, Snowy Regions
  Harumi OTA
●How to Activate “Emergo”; “ Wake up, Puppets”
  Yoshihito HORIUCHI
●Degital Modification of EMERGO: the Development of a Troop Compatible Triage Training System which Uses Tablet-Computers
  Yasuki NAKATA
●HAPPY: An Emergo-style Simulation Program for Learning about Shelters
  Katsuya EBE, Masahumi NAITOH, Akira NAKAJIMA, Kazuhiro IGARASHI

●EMERGO Concept

●EMERGO Newsletter

JCSR Vol.5 (2015) ご注文の方はこちら→学術誌販売 Online shop

Vol.4 (2014) Contents

【MEETING REPORT】
●Presentation of Neuroresuscitation and Immediate Stroke Life Support in 2nd International Congress on Neurology and Epidemiology in Nice, France  
  Hiroshi OKUDERA, Mie SAKAMOTO

【ORIGINAL ARTICLE】
●Effect of simulation education on management of organs donated from the certified brain dead  
  Hajime ONO, Shigeru YOSHINO, Harumi NAKAMURA, Ayako NAGAYA,
  Tomoko FUKUZAWA, Sawako MORI, Yuichiro TANAKA
●Study of Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) quantification  
  Mitsuru HONDA, Kyousuke YOKOTA, Ryo ICHIBAYASHI,
  Katsunori YOSHIHARA, Hiroshi ITO, Toru YAMADA, Taichi KISHI
●Strategies for improvement and prevention of in-hospital cardiac arrest: CPR training for all staff in the hospital  
  Kanako SHIMOYAMA, Shoei NAKAMURA, Takaki GOTO, Akihiro MIYAKE
  Naoki TOSAKA, Tomomi INOUE, Takeshi KOTAKE, Hiroshi NONOGI    
●Effectiveness of training course for basic life support on the education for the students in faculty of pharmacy
  Tomomi INOUE, Shunji ISHIWATA, Hiroshi NONOGI, Takeshi KOTAKE    
●Effectiveness and problem of TeamSTEPPS, a team training program for medical safety  
  Masao NAGAYAMA, Honami YOSHIDA, Naoji YOKOYAMA,
  Kasumi OKADA, Sunghoon YANG

【SHORT COMMUNICATION】
●Cooperating simulation between an emergency and critical care center and ambulance crews in pre-hospital medical training using a 12-lead electrocardiography and a doctor helicopter
  Makoto NISHIBE, Satoshi NAKAMURA, Migaku KIKUCHI, Kazuyuki ONO

【ABSTRUCT】
●Abstract of Meetings in 2013

JCSR Vol.4 (2014) ご注文の方はこちら→学術誌販売 Online shop

Vol. 2+3 (2013) Contents

【ORIGINAL ARTICLE】
●Utility of clinical map puzzles as group training materials for the initial treatment of stroke
  Yasuhiko Ajimi, Tetsuya Sakamoto, Yoshio Tanizaki, Takehiro Nakamura,
  Benjamin W Berg, Hiroshi Okudera
●Use of a clinical map for quantitative evaluation of the structure of  medical knowledge applied in an emergency room
  Yasuhiko Ajimi, Hisashi Ishikawa, Yasuo Takeuchi, Tetsuya Sakamoto,
  Benjamin W Berg, Hiroshi Okudera
●Materials for international version of Primary Neurosurgical Life Support(PNLS)for 11th Quadrennial Congress of The World Federation of Neuroscience Nurses
  Mikito Yamada, Hiroshi Okudera, Izumi Toyoda, Megumi Takahashi, Mayumi Hashimoto, Katsuhiro Ito,
  Takehiro Nakamura, Hisato Ikeda, Masaaki Iwase, Teruyasu Hirayama, Yoko Kato, Katsuji Shima, Mitue Ishiyama
●Development of wireless triage and treatment system using information technology for disaster training
  Mayumi Hashimoto, Hiroshi Okudera, Masahiro Wakasugi, Takuro Arishima, Koutaro Matsui, Mie Sakamoto
●Figurant cards as a tool to link live field and virtual simulation exercises in disaster medical training
  Masahiro Wakasugi, Heléne Nilsson, Anders Rüter Integrated
●Multimodality Simulation Curriculum:International Immediate Stroke Life Support
  Hiroshi Okudera, Masahiro Wakasugi, Mayumi Hashimoto, Benjamin W Berg,Yasuhiko Ajimi,
  Takehiro Nakamura, Hisato Ikeda, Megumi Takahashi

【TECHNICAL NOTE】
●A new method to memorize the best motor response of the Glasgow Coma Scale - the Ajimi Exercise
  Yasuhiko Ajimi, Masaru Sasaki, Tetsuya Sakamoto

JCSR Vol.2+3 (2013) ご注文の方はこちら→学術誌販売 Online shop
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