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Research Article

Identifying and Intervening in Child Maltreatment and Implementing Related National Guidelines by Public Health Nurses in Finland and Japan

Table 6

Implementation of guidelines on child maltreatment.

Variables Finland () Japan ()
DisagreeAgreeDisagreeAgree

The guidelines are an important tool20 (10%)173 (90%)196 (45%)237 (55%)71.96
The guidelines lead my work65 (34%)128 (66%)223 (52%)210 (48%)17.07
The guidelines change my work routines to comply with the recommendations13 (7%)180 (93%)372 (87%)56 (13%)362.97
PHNs have had enough training on the contents of the guidelines147 (76%)46 (24%)376 (87%)57 (13%)11.06
PHNs have familiarized themselves with the contents of the guidelines96 (50%)97 (50%)355 (82%)78 (18%)68.92
PHNs discuss the contents of the guidelines in the office144 (75%)49 (25%)373 (86%)60 (14%)12.35
PHNs support each other to act in accordance with the guidelines in the office90 (47%)103 (53%)321 (74%)112 (26%)44.78
There are sufficient resources to implement the guidelines in the office110 (57%)83 (43%)394 (91%)38 (9%)100.00

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