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Title: Health Support Provided by Yogo Teachers for Adolescent Female Students with a Thin Body Type
Authors: KANAIZUMI, Shiomi
AOYAGI, Chiharu
MATSUZAKI, Nanako
KUROIWA, Hatsumi
TOKITA, Eiko
SHIMOYAMA, Kyoko
TAMURA, Kyoko
MARUYAMA, Yukie
SAKOU, Keiko
TAKAHASHI, Tamami
ARAI, Yoshihiro
Issue Date: 31-Jan-2018
Publisher: 群馬大学教育学部
Citation: 群馬大学教育学部紀要. 芸術・技術・体育・生活科学編. 2018, 53, p.61-69
Abstract: Purpose: To clarify the realities and challenges involved in health support provided by yogo teachers to adolescent girls who have a thin body type. Methods: A semi-structured interview survey was conducted with yogo teachers at a Japanese high school with experience of providing health support to thin adolescent female students and the results of the survey were subjected to qualitative analysis. Results: With regard to health support provided by yogo teachers, the results of analysis found that the actual situation consisted of the five categories of 【sharing information throughout the school organization to investigate methods of support】,【 realizing studentsʼ situations through the provision of individual support】, 【referring students and parents to specialist agencies】,【investigating collaborations with parents with students ʼ consent】, and 【carrying out prevention and awareness-raising activities about thin physiques】.  However, the analysis also found that the practical challenges for providing such health support consisted of the six categories of 【working with parents to liaise with medical institutions】,【continuous support in collaboration with specialist agencies】,【 educational health support that enables all students to manage their own health】,【 yogo teachersʼ professional knowledge and assessment of eating disorders】,【 support methods that students can engage with on their own initiative, according to their situation】, and 【creating a counseling- friendly environment to facilitate early detection】.Discussion: While yogo teachers had an overall grasp of studentsʼ situations through their organizational engagements in cooperation with faculty and school physicians, as well as individual support activities, it was clear that they faced difficulties and challenges in relation to working together with parents and specialist agencies. In the future, improving collaboration with parents will require that they, too, be encouraged to recognize that being excessively thin represents a health problem for adolescent female students. In addition, it will also be necessary to work towards building daily collaboration systems, such as by having yogo teachers keep track of potential partner medical institutions as a matter of routine. It was further suggested that yogo teachers will need to provide educational and preventive health support oriented toward helping female students acquire the ability to manage their own health.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/11796
ISSN: 0533-6627
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