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  • Spiritual Care by Hospital Chaplain ― Learning Clinical Practice from Religious Professionals
    Spiritual Care by Hospital Chaplain ― Learning Clinical Practice from Religious Professionals
    • Written by: Minoru Shibata, Mie Hukaya
    • Published: 2011 / ISBN978-4-89590-389-9

    This groundbreaking book examines the clinical structure of interpersonal care that is the spiritual care through the interviews with the hospital chaplains. It also introduces the mindsets and mechanisms of spiritual cares that is required on the site.
    It is recommended for anyone who is interested in the spiritual care in medicine, in actually learning what an individual can do with spiritual care, in knowing a chaplain who is a practitioner of the spiritual care, or in studying its past and present.

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  • Introduction to Spiritual Care
    Introduction to Spiritual Care
    • Written by: Toshiyuki Kubodera
    • Published: 2000 / ISBN978-4-89590-122-2

    This is the first introductory guide into spiritual care in Japan. The rich experiences of the author, who engaged himself with the Hospice Department of Yodogawa Christian Hospital for many years as a chaplain, are comprehensibly illustrated. Spiritual care can be specifically learned through various cases, and can be immediately used in daily care. This book is essential for staffs that involve themselves for the first time with hospices and palliative care, and also for care staffs supporting the terminal phase.

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  • A Prologue for the Study of Spiritual Care
    A Prologue for the Study of Spiritual Care
    • Written by: Toshiyuki Kubodera
    • Published: 2004 / ISBN978-4-89590-212-0

    The author defines spiritual care as a care which supports the whole being of the person who is facing the danger of existence, in other words, death, to live humanly by being himself/herself, and also which enables the person to find comfort of the spirit and hope. “What is spiritual care?” and “what is care?” From these two definitions, the discussion on the study of spiritual care is carried forward, by examining the view of life and death of the east and west, and the frames which were derived from the author's full and actual experiences are established as A Prologue for the Study of Spiritual Care. This is the 2nd series of “Spiritual Care”.

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  • An Outline of Spiritual Care Studies
    An Outline of Spiritual Care Studies
    • Written by: Toshiyuki Kubodera
    • Published: 2008 / ISBN978-4-89590-299-1

    Why spiritual care now? With a vast experience as a spiritual care worker, the author presents a basic text on spiritual care studies. It is written in a systematic format, and also, as a disciplinary learning which accords with clinical practice, so that spiritual care which tends to be regarded as images with nuances such as religion and philosophy, can be understood by any reader. It is recommended not only to students of medicine and nursing, and physicians, but also to all people who care for persons facing the questions about his/her reason of being, not to forget the people who think about the care for the staffs themselves. This is the 3rd series of spiritual care.

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  • I've Got It Now with This Text! Wrap Therapy for Bedsores ― A Compilation of Site-Separate Treatment Cases
    I've Got It Now with This Text! Wrap Therapy for Bedsores ― A Compilation of Site-Separate Treatment Cases
    • Written by: Syunichi Toriyabe
    • Published: 2007 / ISBN978-4-89590-263-2

    The wrap film therapy, developed by Shunichi Toriyabe in 1996, is a revolutionary treatment method which minimizes the cost, time, effort, and maximizes the satisfaction of patients and families. However, various questions and quandary were heard from clinics that actually applied this treatment method. This book precisely responds to these voices. The charts and Index also enable readers to quickly find the actual cases by separate sites. It is a book to keep in handy for the practice of bedsore treatment.

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  • Dos and Don'ts for Bedsore Treatment From Wrap Film Treatment to Open Wet-dressing Therapy
    Dos and Don'ts for Bedsore Treatment From Wrap Film Treatment to Open Wet-dressing Therapy
    • Written by: Syunichi Toriyabe
    • Published: 2005 / ISBN978-4-89590-234-2

    Expensive dressings are no longer necessary!? A wrap film changed the standards of bedsores. However, to this day, shallow wounds, deep wounds, infected wounds, and wounds with pockets were all treated with wrap films. This text will wipe out the fog before your eyes. By reading this text, you will have a new perspective toward wounds. This text covers and comprehensibly illustrates, from the mechanisms of the development of bedsores to the theory of treatment, and actual procedures as well. This text proposes a new way to deal with bedsores; an essential reading for our aging society.

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  • The Actuality of Buddhist Nursing
    The Actuality of Buddhist Nursing
    • Written by: Akiko Fujiwara
    • Published: 2010 / ISBN978-4-89590-366-0

    In the field of nursing, there are always fears, anxieties and questions when people face the realities of life, death and misery in the life. These painful, intense questions from patients and their loved ones are often directed to nurses working close to them.
    How we can address and deal with such problems, pains, and questions from nursing point of view using the wisdom of Buddhism? By providing cases filled with the suffering and sorrow of The First Noble Truth (birth, aging, sickness and death), we will contemplate the actuality of nursing that also includes comfort and salvation. Highly recommended for anyone who want to think about how nursing is relevant to one’s own life regardless of his or her interest in Buddhist nursing.

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  • Nursing and Birth, Aging, Sickness, and Death
    Nursing and Birth, Aging, Sickness, and Death
    • Written by: Wimala Inoue
    • Published: 2010 / ISBN978-4-89590-367-7

    This is practical book on interpreting the difficult cases in nursing from the Buddhist psychological point of view, and teaching the how the relationship should be between patients who are in midst of the “dukkha (suffering)” of birth, aging, sickness, and death and their families.
    How do we listen for patients and their families’ anxieties of illness or hopes for recovery? How do we understand and empathize, or get involved in practice? How do medical team personnel cooperate to understand and help each other improving themselves? It offers the practical methodology while explaining Buddhist teachings from psychology point of view.

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  • 125-3
    Buddhism and Nursing
    • Written by: Akiko Hujihara
    • Published: 2000 / ISBN978-4-895590-125-3

    There are innumerable nursing theories. What supported Nightingale was Christianity, and what supports nursing today is science. However, nursing for “life” in which we can find salvation with ease of mind, is supported by a unique nursing theory influenced by Buddhism that is rooted in the grounds of this country. From nursing of desire to nursing of salvation; this text discusses a nursing theory that can touch the hearts of the people of Japan.

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  • Theory of Buddhist Nursing
    Theory of Buddhist Nursing
    • Written by: Akiko Hujihara
    • Published: 2007 / ISBN978-4-895590-285-4

    The Buddhist nursing theory, which aims to exploit the rich precepts of Buddhism that has its roots grounded in Japan into nursing, is the first nursing theory of “salvation” unique to our country. This book is published after 7 years since the first edition on this topic; Buddhism and Nursing. It lectures in an comprehensible style about the Buddhist nursing theory, which keeps on making systematical development by continuous practice and speculation, to beginners of Buddhism and students of nursing, from the nursing education point of view.

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  • Humor for Healing Care Supporting the Radiance of Life
    Humor for Healing Care Supporting the Radiance of Life
    • Written by: Tetsuo Kashiwagi
    • Published: 2001 / ISBN978-4-89590-153-6

    Senryu, or, Japanese traditional style poetry by the author, who has engaged himself with terminal care for 30 years are compiled in this text along with many humorous episodes. People support each other through humor, which nurtures love. It eventually leads to healing. Invisible bridges toward healing are passed over in many places in this book.

    ★ Interviews: Shinko Tokizane and Tetsuo Kashiwagi, Alfonse Deeken and Tetsuo Kashiwagi

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  • Interview Collection Words of Life
    Interview Collection Words of Life
    • Interviews : Kunio Yanagida (Writer) with Fumio Yamazaki (St. John’s Hospice Care Institute)
      Motoko Michiura (Poet) with Susumu Tokunaga (Nonohana Clinic)
      Samyon Ko (Writer) with Ryota Hosoya (St. Luke’s International Hospital)
    • Published: 2005 / ISBN978-4-89590-176-5

    This is a collection of interviews. All interviews are held by a literary artist who has been expressing “life” through words, and a physician who has always confronted life and death in daily practice. Our seniors have worked on the topic of life and death with approaches unique to their experiences and methods. Readers will understand how each talker perceives death, and will grasp the total view of the life of a human being, through the processes in each interview, in which the participants talk honestly about the continuity of life and the world of souls, and look straight into the significance of death.

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  • The Law of Healing by Listening Well and Looking Close Nursing Counseling for The First Time
    The Law of Healing by Listening Well and Looking Close Nursing Counseling for The First Time
    • Edited by: Tomonobu Kawano, Tadako Aonuma, Mie Kaneko
    • Published: 2000 / ISBN978-4-89590-123-9

    Do you pay attention to the anxiety of patients in daily practice, in outpatient departments, and home visits? When you acquire the basic knowledge of counseling, the law of healing begins to appear. This is a beginner's guide that comprehensibly illustrates the basics of counseling, and its practice, which can be used in various scenes. By reading, you will learn about the specific counseling methods through symptom-separate cases!

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  • Power of Nursing
    Power of Nursing
    • Written by: Akihiro Nabuchi
    • Published: 2006 / ISBN978-4-89590-257-1

    While some books only give nurses a vague advice to look after each patients properly, this book, which was penned by the renowned cardiac surgeon Dr. Nabuchi, provides practical expertise of what and how nurses are expected in a situation where patients have gone through a coronary artery bypass graft surgery as practical and candidly as possible from his 20-years of experience.

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