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Title: 制服としての看護服の変遷と現代における看護服のデザインの違いが看護師および患者に与える心理的影響 (2010年度報告)
Other Titles: Changes in nurse clothes as uniforms and the psychological effects of differences in the design of nurse clothes on nurses and patients
Authors: 庄山, 茂子
栃原, 裕
窪田, 惠子
青木, 久恵
Issue Date: 30-Mar-2011
Citation: 服飾文化共同研究報告 2010 平成22年4月~平成23年3月(2011-03) pp.65-68
Abstract: Recently, there are various styles of clothing for nurses, which include one-piece, upper wear and long pants, and upper wear and skirts. In addition, the clothes have various colors as well as white, and can be patterned. Various reasons such as functional improvement and avoidance of giving patients intimidated and negative feelings on seeing a white coat have led to these changes. Thus, 304 female nurses were examined to clarify what impression they had of 6 styles of nurse' clothing. Clothing which patients considered favorable and nurses wished to wear comprised long pants and a non-patterned white coat. Clothing which patients did not consider favorable and nurses did not wish to wear comprised a floral-printed one-piece with a white background. A non-patterned white coat was highly evaluated from the points of ”sense of responsibility” and ”beauty”. The floral-printed style was highly evaluated from the points of ”thoughtfulness” and ” individuality”. Long pants were highly evaluated from the perspective of ”function”
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10457/1160
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