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article髙山, 望; 林, 裕子右大脳半球損傷患者におけるコミュニケーションの課題Communication issues for patients with lesions in the right cerebral hemisphere日本脳神経看護研究学会誌-Mar-2012
article林, 裕子開・閉眼状態の姿勢変化が脳活動におよぼす影響Influence that variety posture under eye-close or open on the cerebral activity日本脳神経看護研究学会誌-Mar-2009
article高橋, 順子; 林, 裕子高齢者の自立に焦点をあてた老年看護学実習の展開 : 観察能力の強化と教育方法の検討による学生の認識の変容Development of Gelontrogical Nursing Focusing on the Self-Reliance on the Elderly People : Transformation of Recognition of Students by Strengthening Observation Ability and Education Method看護総合科学研究会誌Journal of Comprehensive Nursing Research28-Dec-2009
article林, 裕子神経生理学を基盤とした意識障害患者への回復のための看護介入方法A neurophysiology-based nursing intervention method for the recovery of consciousness in patients日本脳神経看護研究学会誌-Mar-2010
article宮田, 久美子; 林, 裕子日本の遷延性意識障害患者への看護に関する文献調査Review of Nursing Literature on Patients with Persistent Disturbance of Consciousness in Japan看護総合科学研究会誌Journal of Comprehensive Nursing Research28-Feb-2013
article林, 裕子脳活動に影響を及ぼす単一感覚刺激の効果Effect of mono-sensory stimulation on brain activity日本脳神経看護研究学会誌-Mar-2010
article林, 裕子脳波による意識障害患者の脳活動評価の検討 : 複数異種感覚刺激によるα波とβ派の変化EEG assessment of brain activity caused by multi-sensory stimuli pretending daily life in patients with disturbance of consciousness日本脳神経看護研究学会誌-Mar-2011
article宮田, 久美子; 林, 裕子臨床経験年数別にみた遷延性意識障害患者への看護の実態Nursing of Patients with Persistent Disturbance of Consciousness : From the Perspectve of Clinical Years of Experience日本脳神経看護研究学会誌-1-Oct-2013
article高橋, 順子; 林, 裕子老年看護学実習の初期における学生の困難 : 疾病や障害を持つ高齢者の自立に向けた観察の視点Students' Difficulties in the First Stage of Clinical Practice of Gerontological Nursing : Aspect of Observation for Self-Reliance of Elderly People with Disability看護総合科学研究会誌Journal of Comprehensive Nursing Research31-Mar-2009
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