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Title: 保健体育科教諭をめざす大学生のからだの仕組みや疾病に関する知識について(第3回)
Other Titles: Physical education college students’ knowledge of human body structure and disease
Authors: 内山, 有子
Uchiyam, Yuko
ウチヤマ, ユウコ
日本女子体育大学(准教授)
Keywords: human body
disease
health and physical education teacher
organ
first aid
Issue Date: Mar-2013
Abstract: In Japan, the current health education begins from grade 3 and 4 years at elementary school. This is including body structure, anatomy of bone and muscles, infection, first aid, mental health and so on. However, there are fears of these education contents might not lead to the acquisition of the health custom. The purpose of this study was to assess physical education college students' knowledge of human body structure and disease, also their comprehension of health education. In May 2010, questionnaires were distributed to college students who want to become health and physical teacher. Four hundred fifteen (415) students participated in the survey. Of these 415, over 90.0% of students had knowledge of the name and position in body of trachea, lungs, heart and stomach, but only less than 65.0% of these had knowledge of pancreas, kidney and womb. Also, over 80.0% of students had knowledge of mechanism of lungs, heart and stomach, but only less than 30% of these had knowledge of liver, small intestine and pancreas. Almost of students had knowledge of infections about hand foot and mouth disease, fifth disease, whooping cough, mumps, enterohemorrhagic escherichia coli infection and influenza. Only 10% of them understood the way of first aid, and many of them couldn't decide whether to visit hospital in cases of convulsion, fever, vomiting and head injury. At present, even though the Japanese are committed to health education in the school system, students in this survey hadn't enough knowledge to teaching them at school as health and physical teacher in future. One of the reasons is that Japanese schools do not have well-organized systems and curriculums of health education for human body structure and disease. So we need to develop educational program of them for teacher to take initiative in health education at school.
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