DSpace
  Kyoto Women's University   Kyoto Women's University Library English 日本語

Kyoto Women's University Academic Information Repository >
紀要論文(Bulletin Paper) >
生活福祉学科紀要 >
第16号(2021-02-22) >

Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/3194

Title: 国内における男性看護師のキャリア形成に影響する要因についての文献的研究
Other Titles: Literature Review about Influential factors for the career development of male nurses in Japan
Authors: 佐藤, 聖一
林, 圭子
松本, 政人
田代, 恵美
鈴木, 由美
岩﨑, 保之
Sato, Seiichi
Hayashi, Keiko
Matsumoto, Masato
Tashiro, Emi
Suzuki, Yumi
Iwasaki, Yasuyuki
Keywords: 男性看護師
看護
キャリア形成
Issue Date: 22-Feb-2021
Publisher: 京都女子大学家政学部生活福祉学科
Abstract: This study aims to examine influential factors for the career development of male nurses through the preceding study analyses. We conducted AND Search with “Male nurse” and “Career” by utilizing ICHUSHI (Bibliographic database) and CiNii (Citation Information by National institute of informatics) available on the Web, then targeted 22 papers in line with the study purpose. We also classified the targeted papers into 7 categories and 23 sub-categories after conducting qualitative/ inductive content analysis in terms of influential factors for the career development of male nurses. 3 categories indicate “Gender awareness”, “Family background” and “Relationship-building between nurses” as a distinctive category of male nurse. Particularly “Gender awareness” and “Family background” is influenced by social awareness of masculinity in the nursing profession. We also found that “Relationship-building between nurses” is a factor of male nurses relevant to a human relationship with female nurses or a majority group. Furthermore, “Factor for identity formation”, “Factor for continuous employment”, “With/without a desire for a strong rise intention”, and “Existence of role model” can be influential factors for the career development of nurses regardless of gender. In addition, “With/without a desire for a strong rise intention” was extracted as a unique research viewpoint. While this is possibly an influential factor for the career development of nurses regardless of gender, we considered that it would influence the consciousness such as advance to graduate school, promotion to specialized nurse or manager, and career advancement.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/3194
Appears in Collections:第16号(2021-02-22)

Files in This Item:

File Description SizeFormat
0120_016_005.pdf900.18 kBAdobe PDFView/Open

Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.

 

DSpace Software Copyright © 2002-2010  Duraspace - Feedback