Nursing care to support quality life and good death of older adults

Speakers : Hiroki Fukahori
Tokyo Midtown East B1F Hall
11/23 (Fri) 10:45 - 11:00
The aging rate in Japan is 27%, which is far superior to 21%: the criteria of being super-aging society. Currently, Japan is said to enter a super-aging and multi-death society. Today I will introduce two studies to enhance the role of nursing care and Kaigo that supports the quality life and good death of older people in this super-aging and multi-death society. First, we have developed an educational program on end-of-life care for the nurse who carries out elderly care; second, we have also developed a quality improvement tool for end-of-life care provided by nurses and Kaigo-shoku in nursing homes. Please take a look at the new initiatives in the super-aging and multi-death society.


  • Hiroki Fukahori

    Professor, Faculty of Nursing and Medical Care

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