Project Report on the Health Interview Survey
and Health Assistance for Namie Evacuees
The Japanese Red Cross Society (JRCS) and Japanese Red Cross College of Nursing (JRCCN) have jointly produced reports on the activities and results of the project, Health Interview Survey and Health Assistance for Namie Evacuees. Comprised of Part I (Project Framework and Operations) and Part II (Questionnaire Survey Results on Health and Assistance Needs), the report has been drawn up for each term of the project (the first term, Oct. 2012–Sep. 2013; the second term, Oct. 2013–Sep. 2014; the third term, Oct. 2014–Sep. 2015; the fourth term, Oct. 2015–Sep. 2016; and the fifth term, Oct. 2016–Mar. 2017).
The Digital Archives features a consolidated version of Part I, containing all the activities and data undertaken or obtained over all these terms.
Part II of the report shows the results of the questionnaire administered to the Namie evacuees who agreed to participate in the survey. The JRCCN designed the questionnaire to investigate the effect of living in the rent-free leased housing on the health and psyches of the former Namie residents. On the Digital Archives, the Part II showing the results of only the first term has been presented.
The consolidated Part I (from the first term to the fifth term) and the Part II of the report for the first term can be downloaded via the links below.
Part I: Project Framework and Operations [PDF]
Describes the background of the project inception, and the activities and results for the period from October 2012 to March 2017.
Part II: Questionnaire Survey Results on Health and Assistance Needs (For the First Term) [PDF]
Results of the survey on health and needs conducted from October 2012 through September 2013 have been presented.