Name

OGIHARA, Atsushi

Official Title

Professor

Affiliation

(School of Human Sciences)

Contact Information

Mail Address

Mail Address
aogi@waseda.jp

URL

Web Page URL

http://www.ogiharalab.com/

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Researcher Number
20329072

Sub-affiliation

Sub-affiliation

Faculty of Human Sciences(Graduate School of Human Sciences)

Affiliated Institutes

災害復興医療人類学研究所

研究所員 2014-

現代死生学研究所

研究所員 2016-

Educational background・Degree

Educational background

Tokyo University of Science School of Science and Engineering Department of Applied Biological Science
University of Tsukuba Graduate School of Health and Sport Sciences Master's Program in Health Education
Graduate School of Medicine, Juntendo University Graduate School of Medicine Department of Social Medicine

OfficerCareer(Outside the campus)

2016-所沢市保健医療福祉計画推進委員会

Award

The United Nations University Akino Memorial Research Fellowship

2004

Research Field

Keywords

Public health

Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research classification

Medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy / Society medicine / Hygiene and public health

Social sciences / Sociology / Social welfare and social work studies

Paper

Disaster-Resistant Community Development Efforts on Use of Social Capital-Based on the Experience of Accepting Out-of-Prefecture Evacuees of the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident-

Peer Review Yes 12p.46 - 582018/01-

Proposal of Recommended Tourist Routes in a Hilly and Mountainous Area: From a Collaborative Workshop Held with Junior High School Students, International Students, and University Students

Journal of The Japan Association of Regional Development and Vitalization 92018/04-

Building a Community Café to Promote Local Exchanges Using ICT

Journal of The Japan Association of Regional Development and Vitalization 92018/04-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Analysis on Local Government’s Making and Management/Operation of a List of People Requiring Disaster Evacuation Assistance

Peer Review Yes 32(10) p.1 - 92018/03-

Characteristics of Articles About Human Papillomavirus Vaccination in Japanese Newspapers: Time-Series Analysis Study

JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 3(4) p.e972017/12-

DOI

Social capital and antenatal depression among Chinese primiparas: A cross-sectional survey

Zhou, Chi; Ogihara, Atsushi; Chen, Hao; Wang, Weijue; Huang, Liu; Zhang, Baodan; Zhang, Xueni; Xu, Liangwen; Yang, Lei

Psychiatry Research 257p.533 - 5392017/11-2017/11

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ISSN:01651781

Outline:© 2017 Elsevier B.V. The aim of this study is to investigate the associations between social capital and antenatal depression among Chinese primiparas. A cross-sectional design was used and a questionnaire survey was conducted with 1471 participants using the inte rcept method at the provincial hospital in Zhejiang in 2016. Antenatal depression was evaluated using the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) and social capital was assessed by the Chinese version of Social Capital Assessment Questionnaire (C-SCAQ). The prevalence of antenatal depression was assessed among Chinese primiparas in their third trimesters. The antenatal depression prevalence among sub-groups with lower social trust (ST), social reciprocity (SR), social network (SN), and social participation (SP) were significantly higher than those among higher score sub-groups. In the fully adjusted model, primiparas’ antenatal depression was significantly associated with ST, SR, SN, and SP. Compared to the structural social capital, the cognitive social capital was a more crucial dimension to the prevalence of antenatal depression. For future community pregnancy health care management programs in China, it might be beneficial to add more social capital related intervention.

Ubi-Liven: A Human-Centric Safe and Secure Framework of Ubiquitous Living Environments for the Elderly

Jin, Qun; Wu, Bo; Nishimura, Shoji; Ogihara, Atsushi

Proceedings - 2016 International Conference on Advanced Cloud and Big Data, CBD 2016 p.304 - 3092017/01-2017/01

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Outline:© 2016 IEEE.The world has become an aging society with exponentially increasing social security benefit expenditure and nursing care costs. To help solve these issues and challenges, utilization of advanced ICT is highly expected to allow more elderly people to remain independent for their proactive social participation irrespective of age. In this study, we propose a human-centric safe and secure framework of ubiquitous living environments (Ubi-Liven) for the elderly people towards seamless integration of the cyber-enabled ubiquitous holistic living support system with a physical living environment. We further address and discuss the design and technical issues for the implementation of a smart living environment on the fly under the proposed framework, empowered by ubiquitous assistive technologies such as cloud, IoT and big data analytics based on life logs to provide holistic support for the elderly's activities of daily living and healthcare.

The situation of social support and its relationship with antenatal depression among 1075 Zhejiang primiparas in their third trimesters

Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine Peer Review Yes 51(8) p.740 - 7452017-

Relationships between Individual Social Capital and Mental Health in Elderly People who Left the Prefecture Due to the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Disaster

Iwagaki Takahiro;Tsujiuchi Takuya;Masuda Kazutaka;Komaki Kumiko;Fukuda Chikako;Mochida Ryuhei;Ishikawa Noriko;Akano Yamato;Yamaguchi Maya;Inomata Tadashi;Negayama Koichi;Kojima Takaya;Kumano Hiroaki;Ogihara Atsushi

Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 57(2) p.173 - 1842017-2017

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ISSN:0385-0307

Outline:

Background : As of March 2014, three years after the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster, 58,624 residents were relocated to other regions within the Fukushima prefecture, and 47,683 residents were relocated to other prefectures. Attenuation of human relationships due to the disruption of regional ties nurtured in the past heightens stress. This highlights the need to create a new community focused on establishing ties with neighbors. Among evacuees, providing support for elderly adults suffering from a decline in physical functioning and a deteriorating mental health is necessary. Objective : This study investigated the relationship between individual social capital and mental health in elderly adults, specifically focusing on the role of social capital in reconstruction after the earthquake. Methods : A self-report questionnaire was conducted at Waseda University and Shinsai Shien Network, Saitama. Evacuees from Fukushima prefecture (n=3,599) who lived in Saitama prefecture and Tokyo were asked to complete the Stress Response Scale-18 comprising questions related to social capital with cognitive and structural indicators. There were 772 replies (response rate=21.5%) and 229 respondents were analyzed. In addition, a multiple logistic regression analysis was performed to examine the relationship between social capital and mental health in elderly adults. Results : The group with low confidence in neighbors relative to the group with high confidence in neighbors had a 5.192 times higher chance of being in the high-stress group (95%CI=1.042-25.865). In addition, the group with lower confidence in acquiring their neighbors assistance if a disaster occurred again, had a 2.172 times higher chance of being in the high-stress group (95%CI=1.051-4.487). Furthermore, people who have never participated in regional activities (e.g., hobbies, sports, entertainment, etc.) had a 3.112 times higher chance of being high-stressed relative to the group who participated two or three times (95%CI=1.059-9.150). Finally, the group that never greeted neighbors had a 3.317 times higher chance of being high-stressed relative to the group that had five or more greeted neighbors (95%CI=1.177-9.346). Conclusion : Lower social-capital cognitive indicators such as "trusting one's neighbors" and "helping one's neighbors" were correlated with higher stress levels. Therefore, elderly adults can presumably maintain good mental health by developing a neighborhood relationship and building mutual trust. Furthermore, lower social-capital structural indicators such as "number of greeted neighbors" and "participation frequency in regional activities" were correlated with higher stress levels. It is important to encourage social participation of evacuees and provide them with support.

Social Capital and Mental Health in a Major Disaster : Findings and Suggestions from the Survey and Social-support after Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

Iwagaki Takahiro;Tsujiuchi Takuya;Ogihara Atsushi

Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 57(10) p.1013 - 10192017-2017

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The role of social capital in disaster restoration is gaining attention. Social capital means "society-related capital," and it pertains to the strength of human relationships that are evaluated based on trust towards others, consciousness of mutual cooperation, network, social participation, etc. Previous studies reported low risk of onset of mental illnesses such as PTSD and depression in regions with high social capital when a disaster occurs.

The present study investigated the relationship between the social capital and mental health of evacuees from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant disaster. The surveys on the elderly and on mothers raising children revealed that the higher the individual's level of social capital was, the less likely it was for his/her mental health to worsen.

In future, it is important to implement a disaster recovery policy that incorporates methods to foster social capital.

Association between low maternal low-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels in the second trimester and delivery of small for gestational age infants at term: a case-control study of the national center for child health and development birth cohort

Serizawa, Kana; Ogawa, Kohei; Arata, Naoko; Ogihara, Atsushi; Horikawa, Reiko; Sakamoto, Naoko

Journal of Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine p.1 - 52016/09-2016/09

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ISSN:14767058

Outline:© 2016 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group.Maternal malnutrition during pregnancy can lead to a small for gestational age (SGA) status among infants. In the present study, we compared the lipid levels during the second trimester in women who delivered SGA infants at term with those in women who delivered appropriate for gestational age infants at term, to examine whether abnormalities in maternal lipid levels could be a risk factor for the delivery of an SGA infant. We enrolled pregnant women who gave birth at the National Center for Child Health and Development (NCCHD), their infants, and who volunteered in a Birth cohort study at the NCCHD. We analyzed a total of 843 blood samples obtained from the women during the second trimester. Moreover, we used multi-regression analysis to assess the relationship between low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) levels during the second trimester and the risk of delivering an SGA infant. The adjusted odds ratio (OR) for LDL-C levels was 0.99 (95% CI, 0.98–0.99). These results indicate that a low LDL-C level during the second trimester was associated with an increased risk of delivering an SGA infant at term. The finding would not only help predict future SGA infant birth, but can also help prevent SGA infant birth.

Amount of Physical Activity and Change of Mood in University Students Engaged in Farm Work

Ryuichi INAGI, Takahiro IWAGAKI, Atsushi OGIHARA

Peer Review Yes 64(5) p.819 - 8262016-

High-level Post-traumatic Stress Symptoms of the Residents in Fukushima Temporary Housing : Bio-psycho-social Impacts by Nuclear Power Plant Disaster

Tsujiuchi Takuya;Komaki Kumiko;Iwagaki Takahiro;Masuda Kazutaka;Yamaguchi Maya;Fukuda Chikako;Ishikawa Noriko;Mochida Ryuhei;Kojima Takaya;Negayama Koichi;Ogihara Atsushi;Kumano Hiroaki

Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 56(7) p.723 - 7362016-

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ISSN:0385-0307

Outline:Backgrounds : Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster occurred following the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011. It bears comparison with the incident in Chernobyl in 1986 in the degree of radiological contamination to the surrounding environment. 164,218 residents were displaced losing their home-land by this serious incident, of which 97,321 were relocated to other regions within the Fukushima prefecture, and 57,135 residents were relocated to other prefectures. The evacuees from Fukushima can be considered the largest number of 'internally displaced persons' or 'domestic refugees' in Japan after the world war two. Objective : This study investigated the scale of post-traumatic stress (PTS) symptoms in the evacuees as of two years after the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster. It also tried to identify the impact of bio-psycho-social factors related to PTS symptoms. Samples and methods : Questionnaire survey was conducted by Waseda University and Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK). 2,425 households living at temporary housings within Fukushima prefecture were asked to answer the Impact of Event Scale-Revised (IES-R) and the self-report questionnaires that we generated in order to evaluate the damage by the disaster in relation to several bio-psycho-social factors in refugee lives. There were 745 replies (the cooperation rate ; 30.7%), of which 661 were analyzed. Besides, multiple logistic regression analysis was performed to examine several bio-psycho-social factors as predictors for probable PTSD. Results : High level PTS symptoms were found. The mean score of IES-R was 34.20±20.56, and 62.56% were over 24/25 cut-off point determined as broadly defined PTSD which means high-risk presence of probable PTSD. The significant differences by chi-square test of high-risk subjects were found among economic difficulty (p=.000), concerns about compensation (p=.000), lost jobs (p=.023), unsatisfying housing (p=.025), unsatisfying environment around temporary housing (p=.000), having chronic disease (p=.003), aggravation of chronic disease (p=.000), affection of new disease (p=.000), lack of necessary information (p=.000), family split-up (p=.031), and lack of acquaintance support (p=.000). By the result of multiple logistic regression analysis, the significant predictors of probable PTSD were economic difficulty (OR : 2.34, 95%CI : 1.30-4.24), concerns about compensation (OR : 4.16, 95%CI 1.26-13.76), aggravation of chronic disease (OR : 2.94, 95%CI : 1.63-5.30), affection of new disease (OR : 2.20, 95%CI : 1.21-3.99), and lack of acquaintance support (OR : 1.92, 95%CI : 1.07-3.42). Conclusion : The findings revealed that there is a high-risk presence of probable PTSD strongly related to a number of bio-psycho-social factors due to the nuclear power plant disaster and its consequent evacuation. Our findings underscore the specific characteristics of the nuclear disaster as man-made disaster. Since the socio-economic problems such as compensation and reparation have not been solved, it is suggested that prolonged uncertainty regarding the insufficient salvation of the evacuees might account for the high-level PTS symptoms.

Social Factors Affecting Psychological Stress of the Evacuees Out of Fukushima Prefecture by the Cause of Nuclear Accident after the Great East Japan Earthquake

Yamaguchi Maya;Tsujiuchi Takuya;Masuda Kazutaka;Iwagaki Takahiro;Ishikawa Noriko;Fukuda Chikako;Hirata Shuzo;Inomata Tadashi;Negayama Koichi;Kojima Takaya;Ogihara Atsushi;Kumano Hiroaki

Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 56(8) p.819 - 8322016-2016

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ISSN:0385-0307

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Backgrounds : This study reports the results of a questionnaire survey conducted in the households consisting of inhabitants of Fukushima Prefecture who have evacuated to Saitama Prefecture or Tokyo Metropolis at one and two years after the Great East Japan Earthquake. The Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011 has been expanded to the nuclear power plant disaster. Consequently, approximately 56,920 inhabitants of Fukushima evacuated to other prefectures as of March 2013. This consequence sets the 2011 earthquake apart from previous natural disasters. Method : This survey was conducted by "Earthquake and human sciences project" of Waseda University and Shinsai Shien Network Saitama. Psychological stress of the evacuees (2,011 households in 2012 ; 1,875 households in Saitama and 2,393 households in Tokyo in 2013) were examined one year and two years after the disaster respectively. The questionnaire also contained such items as severity of housing destruction, Tsunami affection, worries about livelihood sustainability etc. In this study, psychological stress was measured using the Stress Response Scale-18 (SRS-18). Results : The results revealed that the stress reaction level of the evacuees from Fukushima Prefecture living in other prefectures is still "somewhat higher" despite two years passed since the disaster. A chi-square test was used to determine psychosocial factors influencing stress reactions. Results of the survey in 2012 revealed that anxiety about living costs or joblessness influenced stress reactions in men, whereas damaged houses, personal relationships, and compensation problems related to the nuclear power plant influenced stress reactions in women. However, according to the results of the 2013 survey, difficult economic conditions, aggravated health conditions, negative labeling as an evacuee, and dissatisfaction with relationships with family and neighbors influenced stress reactions in both men and women. Conclusion : The results revealed that the psychological stress is strongly related to several social factors ; economic conditions, health status, family and community relationships, and dwelling environments. By the comparison between first year result and second year result, the causes of stressors have been changed from the damage of earthquake disaster itself into the circumstances of shelter life over time. Therefore, the work in cooperation among medicine, clinical psychology, social welfare, and legal support is necessary in order to obtain mental health recovery.

Empirical Study on the Characteristics of Newspaper Reports about Juvenile Suicides

Nao TAGUCHI, Taro ONODA, Atsushi OGIHARA

自殺予防と危機介入 35(1) p.33 - 402015-

The Meaning of and Changes in “ТОЙ” in Life Event Ceremonies in the Republic of Kazakhstan

Saito A, Ogihara A

Asian Rural Sociology V 1p.224 - 2272014-

The Transfiguration Accompanying the Globalization of the Traditional Festival“Nowruz” and the Traditional Beverage “Kumiss” in the Republic of Kazakhstan

Iwagaki T, Saito A, Amantay Zh, Shimoda T, Ogihara A

Asian Rural Sociology V 1p.219 - 2232014-

高齢者介護施設における職員満足に関する要因の構造分析

山路 学,大浦 絢子,扇原 淳

社会医学研究 31(2) p.41 - 482014-

介護保険料滞納者の生活・健康状況の実態に関する自治体調査

高橋和行,扇原 淳

社会医学研究 31(2) p.49 - 562014-

子どもの体力と社会・経済・文化的要因の関連に関する研究:地域行政基礎データを用いた生態学的研究

青地ゆり,芹澤加奈,扇原 淳

社会医学研究 31(2) p.181 - 1882014-

高齢者介護施設における感染症予防策と対応策の検討

大浦絢子,山崎貴裕,扇原 淳,町田 和彦

厚生の指標 61(6) p.33 - 382014-

カザフスタン共和国のナウルズ(НАУРЫЗ)に見る食の文化的・歴史的特徴

岩垣穂大,齋藤 篤,Amantay Zhanar,下田妙子,扇原 淳

日本食生活学会誌 24(4) p.254 - 2602014-

A comparative study of certification systems based on ethical codes of medical information on the Internet

Ueda A, Yamaji M, Mitani H, Ogihara A

American Journal of Health Sciences 3(3) p.169 - 1842012-

都道府県庁公式ウェブサイトにおける外国人向け医療情報提供の実態

上田 麻絵, 山路 学, 三谷 博明, 扇原 淳

社会医学研究 29(1) p.63 - 712012-

Structure Modeling of Improvement in the Quality of Welfare Service and Research Trends on Welfare Industry in Japan

Oura A, Yamaji M, Ogihara A

American Journal of Health Sciences 3(2) p.141 - 1582012-

新聞記事データベースを用いた我が国の自殺報道の特徴に関する研究

小野田 太郎, 齋藤 篤, 扇原 淳

日本臨床死生学会誌 16(1) p.55 - 662011-

Proposal for applying quality management techniques to manage welfare facilities for the elderly

Yamaji M, Oura A, Ogihara A

International Business & Economics Research Journal 10(8) p.97 - 1022011-

歩行等の日常行動を非日常の場で意識的に行うことが日常生活に及ぼす効果

大賀 英史, 扇原 淳, 中村 京子

ウォーキング研究 14p.87 - 932010-

要介護ハイリスク集団としての生活困窮者に対する早期介入の必要性--介護保険料滞納者の介護認定申請時の特徴

高橋 和行, 扇原 淳

保健医療研究 1p.57 - 672009-

テキストマイニングによる特別養護老人ホームにおける総合的品質経営の課題に関する探索的分析

扇原 淳, 武藤 充, 山路 学, 町田和彦

介護経営 4(1) p.45 - 582009-

メディアによる硫化水素自殺報道の実態とその特徴

小野田太郎, 扇原 淳

日本臨床死生学会誌 14(1) p.27 - 342009-

Visualizing relationship between geographical distribution of day service facilities for the elderly and local elderly residents using geographic information system

Takahashi K, Ogihara A

社会医学研究 26(2) p.75 - 852009-

メディアの自殺報道に関する基礎的検討

扇原 淳, 渡邉 絵梨香

自殺予防と危機介入 29(1) p.28 - 332009-

「喘息児サマーキャンプ」が学生ボランティアの自己概念に与える影響

池原 賢代, 扇原 淳, 吉村 正

幼少児健康教育研究 15(1) p.73 - 792009-

介護技術・技能の変革による介護作業価値向上に関する基礎的検討

扇原 淳, 武藤 充, 山路 学

介護経営 3(1) p.43 - 512008-

高齢者福祉施設における業務プロセスの改善に関する研究

扇原 淳, 関根淳美, 沖 繁希, 山路 学

介護経営 2(1) p.52 - 572007-

幼稚園における健康管理に関する調査研究 第一報

池原賢代, 扇原 淳, 前橋 明, 吉村 正

運動・健康教育研究 12(2) p.17 - 242005-

Seroconversion and seroreversion of Helicobacter pylori antibodies a 9-year period and related factors in Japanese adults

Kikuchi S, Ogihara A, Hasegawa A, Miki K, Kaneko E, Mizukoshi H.

Helicobacter 9(4) p.335 - 3412005-

Trends in the incidence of Gastric Cancer in Japan and their associations with Helicobacter pylori infection and gastric mucosal atrophy

Kobayashi T, Kikuchi S, Lin Y, Yagyu K, Obata Y, Ogihara A, Hasegawa A, Miki K, Kaneko E, Mizukoshi H, Sakiyama T, Tenjin H.

Gastric Cancer 7p.233 - 2392004-

万歩計を用いた高齢者の運動評価と健康指標との関連性

北山誠太, 栗山孝雄, 坂口武洋, 坂口早苗, 扇原 淳, 鈴木克彦, 町田和彦

体力・運動・免疫学雑誌 13(2) p.132 - 1412003-

Diagnostic accuracy of serological kits for Helicobacter pylori infection with the same assay system but different antigens in a Japanese patient population

Obata Y, Kikuchi S, Miwa H, Yagyu K, Lin Y, Ogihara A.

Journal of Medical Microbiology 52(10) p.889 - 8922003-

喘息児のティーボールの試合中における心拍数

安達芝幸, 扇原 淳, 一之瀬 貴, 山並幸子, 吉村 正, 丸山克俊

運動・健康教育研究 11(1) p.20 - 252001-

保護者による喘息児のためのサマーキャンプ参加児童の参加後の変化の認知とキャンプへの期待

加藤健吾, 扇原 淳, 国府真紀, 一之瀬 貴, 吉村 正, 丸山克俊

運動・健康教育研究 11(1) p.26 - 342001-

Validity and reliability of single-item questions about physical activity

Iwai N, Hisamichi S, Hayakawa N, Inaba Y, Nagaoka T, Sugimori H, Seki N, Sakata K, Suzuki K, Tamakoshi A, Nakamura Y, Yamamoto A, Nishino Y, Ogihara A, Okamoto N, Suzuki H, Morioka S, Ito Y, Wakai K, Ojima T, Tanaka H, Nose T, Ohno Y.

Journal of Epidemiology 11(5) p.211 - 2182001-

Insufficient diagnostic accuracy of imported serological kits for Helicobacter pylori infection in Japanese population

Miwa H, Kikuchi S, Ohtaka K, Kobayashi O, Ogihara A, Hojo M, Nagahara A, Sato N.

Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease 36p.95 - 992000-

Relationship between Helicobacter pylori infection and smoking and drinking habits

Ogihara A, Kikuchi S, Hasegawa A, Kurosawa M, Miki K, Kaneko E, Mizukoshi M.

Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology 15(3) p.271 - 2762000-

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Analysis of Health and Physiological Index Based on Sleep and Walking Steps by a wearable device for the elderly

The 10th IEEE International Conference on Service Oriented Computing and Applications 20172017/11

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Highly-skilled health care workers exhibit tacit knowledge and advanced skills for preventing disordered swallowing and aspiration pneumonia in their patients

The 30th International Congress of Chemotherapy and Infection 20172017/11

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Relationship between intraoral condition and social participation among local residents in Japan

39th Asia Pacific Dental Congress2017/05

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Support of the evacuees outside the prefecture due to Fukushima nuclear disaster—a study from the viewpoints of the disaster and social capital

The 48th Asia Pasific Academic Consortium for Public Health Conference2016/09

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Relationship between intraoral condition and social capital among local residents

The 48th Asia Pasific Academic Consortium for Public Health Conference2016/09

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International conferencePoster presentationVenue:Tokyo

Ubi-Liven: A Human-Centric Safe and Secure Framework of Ubiquitous Living Environments for the Elderly

Q. Jin, B. Wu, S. Nishimura and A. Ogihara

The 4th International Conference on Advanced Cloud and Big Data)/FFC2016 (2016 Forum of Future Computing)2016/08

Relationship between the presence or absence of family dentist and QOL

The 38th Asia Pacific Dental Congress2016/06

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Attitudes toward Childrearing of Young Kazakhs: A Comparative Discussion

The 5th Central Eurasia Studies Society Regional Conference2016/05

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A systematic literature review of the relationship between the in take of soy products and congnitive function

12th Asian Congress of Nutrition2015/05

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Relationships between Norovirus and MRSA Infection and Methods of Infection Control in Special Nursing Homes for the Elderly in Japan

The 7th International Congress of the Asia Pacific Society of Infection Control2015/03

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Comparison of end-of-life perspectives and issues between Kazakhstan and Japan

2014/11

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The Meaning of and Changes in “ТОЙ” in Life Event Ceremonies in the Republic of Kazakhstan

5th International Conference of the Asian Rural Sociology Association (Laos)2014/09

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The Transfiguration Accompanying the Globalization of the Traditional Festival“Nowruz” and the Traditional Beverage “Kumiss” in the Republic of Kazakhstan

5th International Conference of the Asian Rural Sociology Association (Laos)2014/09

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Relationship between LBW infant rate by prefecture and biological socio-economic factors in Japan: an ecological study

The International Epidemiology Association World Congress of Epidemiology 2014 (USA)2014/08/18

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A study on the living and health status of the elderly who fail to pay premiums of the long-term care insurance in Japan

The IEA World Congress of Epidemiology 2014 (USA)2014/08/18

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A Study on Geographical Difference of Low Birth Weight Rate in Japan

27th Annual Meeting Seattle, Society of Pediatric and Perinatal Research (USA)2014/06

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Preventive Methods of Infectious Diseases at Special Nursing Homes in Japan

IARMM 2nd World Congress of Clinical Safety, International Association of Risk Management in Medicine(Germany)2013/09

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Promoting and Evaluating Total Quality Management for Nurses

The 12th International Decision Sciences Institute Conference in conjunction with The 18th Asia Pacific DSI Conference(Indonesia)2013/07

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Current Status and Issues of Child-Rising Support in Japan

The 3rd Uzbek-Japan Academic Forum(Teleconference, Saitama-Tashkent)2012/12

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Current Status and Issues of Caring for the elderly in Japan

The 3rd Uzbek-Japan Academic Forum(Teleconference, Saitama-Tashkent)2012/12

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The Charasteristics and Acculturation of Nowruz in the Republic of Kazakhstan

Central Eurasian Studies Society 3rd Regional Conference(Georgia)2012/07

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Ceremonies Related To Marriage in the Republic of Kazakhstan

Central Eurasian Studies Society 3rd Regional Conference(Georgia)2012/07

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Supporting system for International research in Japanese universities

The International Seminar "Dynamic Integration into International Scientific and Educational Community" devoted to the 20th anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan(Kazakhstan)2011/11

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Trends and Issues on Sport and Health Education in University of Japan

International Students Scientific Conference “University Sport: Health and prosperity of the nation” dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan(Kazakhstan)2011/10

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Importance of School Health Education in the Republic of Kazakhstan from the Viewpoint of Human Development Index (MDI) and Its Actual Condition

Central Eurasian Studies Society 12th Annual Conference(USA)2011/09

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Proposal and Applicability of Quality Management Model of Welfare Facilities for the Elderly

International Conference on Business & Information 2011(USA)2011/09

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Research Trends in the Quality of Service provided in Welfare Facilities for the Elderly in Japan

International Conference on Business & Information 2011(USA)2011/09

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A systematic review of the quality management of service provided in medical industry

21st Asia-Pacific Social Work Conference(Japan)2011/07

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A study on propertied oh toys for severely multiple handicapped children in Japan

21st Asia-Pacific Social Work Conference(Japan)2011/07

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A study on the medical information disseminated to foreigners using the Internet on the web pages of local governments

21st Asia-Pacific Social Work Conference(Japan)2011/07

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A comparative analysis of the quality of healthcare information on the Internet

International Conference on Management(Malaysia)2011/06

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Expectation and Possibility of Modern Health Issues and School-based Health Education in the Republic of Kazakhstan

Central Eurasian Studies Society 11th Annual Conference(USA)2010/10

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Trend and Issues on School Health Education in the Republic of Kazakhstan

Second Central Eurasian Studies Society Regional Conference(Turkey)2010/07

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Базовое изучение вопросов по внесение казахстанского школьного предмета по воспитанию ЗОЖ в число обязательных дисциплин

International Conference on Formation of a Healthy Lifestyle-the main strategy of KazakhstanInvitation Yes2009/12

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Система образавания японий.

Материалы XXXIX научно-методической конференций профессорско-преподавательского состава КазНУ им.аль-Фараби(Kazakhstan)2009/01

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Ecological distraction of the Aral Sea and the socioeconomic and health status of its residents

The First Regional Conference of the Central Eurasian Studies Society(Kyrgyz)2008/08

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Seasonal variations in the food intake frequency of children living in the Aral Sea region

3rd International Conference on Polyphenols and Health Satellite Symposium(Japan)2007/11

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Iron status of seasonal variation investigated in children living near the Aral Sea, Kazakhstan

10th Asian Congress of Nutrition(Taiwan)2007/09

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Study Design and Conditions of Health and Socio-Economics

The International Conference "Children's Environmental Health for a Sustainable Future Focus on the Central Asia Republics"(Japan)2006/11

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Analyses of environmental samples (dust and soils)

The International Conference "Children's Environmental Health for a Sustainable Future Focus on the Central Asia Republics"(Japan)2006/11

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Drinking water quality from the aspect of element concentrations

8th International Conference on Nuclear Analytical Methods in the Life Sciences(Brazil)2005/04

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A Study on the Ritual in Marriage Process of Kazakhs named "Kyz Uzatu"

The 6th Asian Rural Sociology Association International Conference2018/08

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Work ・Software ・ Teaching Material ・ Field Work etc.

The Summer Study Tour in Japan 2013の企画・運営

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The 1st Global Health and Medical Staff for Improving the Quality of Medical Care 2013

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Development of sustainable comprehensive school health program in Aral Sea region

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A study on infection control measures in elderly care facilities and development of a training program for those facilities staff

2014/-0-2017/-0

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Analysis of vocational motivations and work stress of care workers ; development of new management strategy of personnel in nursing homes

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Development of a Package of Dementia Support Programs based on Multi-generational Approach

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Special Research Project

中央アジアにおける持続可能な学校健康教育の展開に関する国際比較研究

2011

Research Results Outline:中央アジアにおける持続可能な学校健康教育の展開に関する国際比較を行った.中央アジア5か国の中で,学校健康教育分野でリード役を果たしているカザフスタン共中央アジアにおける持続可能な学校健康教育の展開に関する国際比較を行った.中央アジア5か国の中で,学校健康教育分野でリード役を果たしているカザフスタン共和国(以下カザフ)のKazakh National Center for Healthy Life...中央アジアにおける持続可能な学校健康教育の展開に関する国際比較を行った.中央アジア5か国の中で,学校健康教育分野でリード役を果たしているカザフスタン共和国(以下カザフ)のKazakh National Center for Healthy Lifestyle Development等で,聞き取り調査および資料収集を行った.その結果,カザフでは,教育制度改革の中で学校健康教育教科の扱いについて大きく2つの主張が存在していた. また,カザフ以外の中央アジア諸国の保健医療関係者や教育関係者は,カザフのこうした一連の試みを注目しており,担当者レベルで知見を取り入れようとしていた.

カザフにおけるトイの実態・変容の解明およびソーシャルキャピタルと健康度の関連

2013

Research Results Outline:本研究は,カザフスタン共和国における伝統的トイ(儀礼・祝祭)の一つ,「ノウルーズ」の実態の解明と,トイがどのようにソーシャルキャピタル(以下,SC)と本研究は,カザフスタン共和国における伝統的トイ(儀礼・祝祭)の一つ,「ノウルーズ」の実態の解明と,トイがどのようにソーシャルキャピタル(以下,SC)と健康度に関連するのかを明らかにすることを目的に,現地での参与観察と文献資料収集を行った. その結果...本研究は,カザフスタン共和国における伝統的トイ(儀礼・祝祭)の一つ,「ノウルーズ」の実態の解明と,トイがどのようにソーシャルキャピタル(以下,SC)と健康度に関連するのかを明らかにすることを目的に,現地での参与観察と文献資料収集を行った. その結果,公共の場での祝賀行事は,行政の担当者によって取り仕切られており,カザフ文化の復興を掲げ,カザフ文化を「見せる」ということに重点が置かれていた.トイで行われる贈答交換や共食・相互扶助は互酬性を伴うソーシャルネットワーク形成の基礎であり,SCの概念で捉えることが可能と思われた.

アラル海東側地域の環境と住民の健康に関する研究

2005

Research Results Outline: アラル海縮小に伴う環境変化が小児の健康に及ぼす影響を明らかにすることを目的として,カザフスタン共和国カザリンスク地域において,水道水供給地域(A地域 アラル海縮小に伴う環境変化が小児の健康に及ぼす影響を明らかにすることを目的として,カザフスタン共和国カザリンスク地域において,水道水供給地域(A地域)と井戸水利用地域(B地域)の児童を対象とし,各世帯の飲料水の一般細菌群(一),大腸菌群(大)のコ... アラル海縮小に伴う環境変化が小児の健康に及ぼす影響を明らかにすることを目的として,カザフスタン共和国カザリンスク地域において,水道水供給地域(A地域)と井戸水利用地域(B地域)の児童を対象とし,各世帯の飲料水の一般細菌群(一),大腸菌群(大)のコロニー数と消化器系症状の有無との関連を検討した. その結果,夏では,A地域で,腹痛と(大),調査したすべての症状と(一)の間に関連が認められたが,B地域では統計学的に有意な関連の見られた項目はなかった.冬は,A地域では,腹痛および嘔吐と(大),嘔吐と(一),B地域については,腹痛および吐き気と(大),吐き気と(一)との間に関連がみられた.

エコロジカルディジーズの予防を中心とした持続可能な学校保健プログラムの開発

2007

Research Results Outline:エコロジカルディジーズの予防を中心とした持続可能な学校保健プログラムの開発を目的として,カザフスタン共和国における健康教育科目「Валеологиа」エコロジカルディジーズの予防を中心とした持続可能な学校保健プログラムの開発を目的として,カザフスタン共和国における健康教育科目「Валеологиа」の成立過程とその制度的特徴について,関係者へのインタビューと既存資料を用いて検討した.その結果,同...エコロジカルディジーズの予防を中心とした持続可能な学校保健プログラムの開発を目的として,カザフスタン共和国における健康教育科目「Валеологиа」の成立過程とその制度的特徴について,関係者へのインタビューと既存資料を用いて検討した.その結果,同科目は1998年9月から,初等中等教育のすべての学年で選択科目となった.教育内容は,15分野で構成されていた.今後,教育学者を含む学校教育関係者に加えて,医療関係者,カウンセラー等の健康科学の専門家を加えた科学的な教育課程編成の取り組みに加えて,「Валеологиа」に関する教育効果の科学的検証作業が必要であることを指摘した.

地域見守り活動と災害時要援護者対策に関わる個人情報の取扱いに関する研究

2015

Research Results Outline:高齢者や障害者など災害時に特に配慮が必要な者について,避難支援を円滑に行うために,市区町村が保有する情報の管理・共有が課題となっている.本研究では,1高齢者や障害者など災害時に特に配慮が必要な者について,避難支援を円滑に行うために,市区町村が保有する情報の管理・共有が課題となっている.本研究では,1742の全自治体へのアンケートを行うことにより,その現状と今後の課題について検証した.平成25年災...高齢者や障害者など災害時に特に配慮が必要な者について,避難支援を円滑に行うために,市区町村が保有する情報の管理・共有が課題となっている.本研究では,1742の全自治体へのアンケートを行うことにより,その現状と今後の課題について検証した.平成25年災害対策基本法改正以前の取組状況としては,災害時要援護者台帳・名簿の整備状況は,約80%と高い水準にあったが,要援護者1名ごとの個別計画の整備済み自治体は半数以下となっていた.集約された情報が自治体内部に留まらず,自治会や消防・警察などの支援関係者間での共有や,また平常時の見守り活動への活用さなど,各自治体の取組には大きな片寄りがあることがあきらかとなった.

熟練介護者の暗黙知・熟練技術の学習を可能とするeラーニングシステムの開発

2017Collaborator:山路 学

Research Results Outline:本研究では,熟練介護者のもつ暗黙知と熟練技術に関連する意思決定プロセスを明らかにし,それに基づく学習システムの開発を目的とした.特に,本研究では,歩行本研究では,熟練介護者のもつ暗黙知と熟練技術に関連する意思決定プロセスを明らかにし,それに基づく学習システムの開発を目的とした.特に,本研究では,歩行訓練と救急救命に関わる自暗黙知・熟練技術を検討した.8名の介護職員を対象に,作業時の動画撮影をもと...本研究では,熟練介護者のもつ暗黙知と熟練技術に関連する意思決定プロセスを明らかにし,それに基づく学習システムの開発を目的とした.特に,本研究では,歩行訓練と救急救命に関わる自暗黙知・熟練技術を検討した.8名の介護職員を対象に,作業時の動画撮影をもとに作業過程の分析を行い,熟練介護者が持つ意思決定フローチャートを作成した.その結果,救急救命に関しては,熟練介助者は初任者と比較して,作業手順そのものは大きな違いが見受けられなかったが,初任者の多くは,手順を覚えていないことによる手順違いが見受けられた.一方,歩行訓練では,介護者それぞれの裁量で行っており,熟練介護者と初任者による差はみられなかった.

災害対策と福祉対策をつなぐ避難行動要支援者対策の提案

2018

Research Results Outline:本研究では,4つの実地調査と質問紙調査を行った.兵庫県A市およびB町では,ケアマネジャーや相談支援専門員が平常時のサービス等利用計画を作成する際に,自本研究では,4つの実地調査と質問紙調査を行った.兵庫県A市およびB町では,ケアマネジャーや相談支援専門員が平常時のサービス等利用計画を作成する際に,自主防災組織や自治会等とともに,災害時のケアプランを作成していた.大分県C市では,当事者・市民団体・...本研究では,4つの実地調査と質問紙調査を行った.兵庫県A市およびB町では,ケアマネジャーや相談支援専門員が平常時のサービス等利用計画を作成する際に,自主防災組織や自治会等とともに,災害時のケアプランを作成していた.大分県C市では,当事者・市民団体・事業者・地域・行政の5者協働による災害時のケアプランを策定し,当事者も参加する避難訓練も実施していた.栃木県D市における各種障害者団体や事業者,地元高校と連携した避難所体験イベントに参加した.首都圏E市の全難病・小児慢性疾患患者を対象に,避難行動要支援者名簿に関する意向や災害への備えや地域支援者との関係について3月に調査を行い,現在データ解析中である.

高齢者介護施設における感染症予防策に関する追跡調査

2013

Research Results Outline:高齢者介護施設の感染管理の現状を把握し,現場に導入可能かつ効果的な感染管理方法を提示することを目的に,2013年11月時点で,WAMNETに掲載されて高齢者介護施設の感染管理の現状を把握し,現場に導入可能かつ効果的な感染管理方法を提示することを目的に,2013年11月時点で,WAMNETに掲載されている全国の特別養護老人ホームを対象に,質問紙調査を実施し,有効回答は466施設であった.その結果,...高齢者介護施設の感染管理の現状を把握し,現場に導入可能かつ効果的な感染管理方法を提示することを目的に,2013年11月時点で,WAMNETに掲載されている全国の特別養護老人ホームを対象に,質問紙調査を実施し,有効回答は466施設であった.その結果,過去2年間で,同時期に2人以上の感染症患者が出た施設は,インフルエンザが206施設と最も多く,次いでノロウイルスなどの消化器系感染症が168施設,疥癬が132施設であった.感染症発生時の対応について,処置に使用する備品の設置場所を全職員が把握できている施設の割合が多く,感染管理者が不在時の取り決めはない施設の割合が多かった.

地理情報システムを用いた地域における高齢者保健福祉計画に関する実証的研究

2006

Research Results Outline:埼玉県所沢市の高齢者居住人口と通所介護施設の地理的分布から地理的アクセスについて検討することを目的に,高齢者の居住圏とその施設からの距離圏をGIS上で埼玉県所沢市の高齢者居住人口と通所介護施設の地理的分布から地理的アクセスについて検討することを目的に,高齢者の居住圏とその施設からの距離圏をGIS上で表示・分析し,アクセシビリティの評価を行った.その結果,所沢市に居住する65歳以上の高齢者人口分布...埼玉県所沢市の高齢者居住人口と通所介護施設の地理的分布から地理的アクセスについて検討することを目的に,高齢者の居住圏とその施設からの距離圏をGIS上で表示・分析し,アクセシビリティの評価を行った.その結果,所沢市に居住する65歳以上の高齢者人口分布からみた通所介護施設の立地は,大きく偏在していることが明らかとなった.市内居住の65歳以上の高齢者の約半数が,最も近い施設まで1,000m以上離れて居住していた.今後は,実際のサービス利用の実態等を考慮してGISによる分析を行う予定である.

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Health and Social Welfare Administration AGraduate School of Human Sciences2020spring semester
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Document Retrival and Its Evaluation Method in HealthcareGraduate School of Human Sciences2020spring quarter
Health Management Based on Data Analysis and Oriental Medicine ConceptGraduate School of Human Sciences2020summer
Global StudyGraduate School of Human Sciences2020spring
Global StudyGraduate School of Human Sciences2020spring
The Future of E-learning and E-schoolGraduate School of Human Sciences2020summer
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Acceptance of Exchange Researcher/Visiting Scholar

2008-

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Outline:Gulnas Akhmetova: Professor, Vice-rector, Kazakh National University named after Al-Farabi, December 8 to 16, 2008 Laila Nurseitova: Lecturer, Kazakh National University named after Al-Farabi, November 1 to 30, 2009 Nazira Respekova: Lecturer, Kazakh National University named after Al-Farabi, January 15 to February 15, 2010 Aigul Muhametrahimova: Lecturer, Kazakh National University named after Al-Farabi, January 4 to 18, 2010 Samal Kadikova: Lecturer, Kazakh National University named after Al-Farabi, March 23 to April 1, 2010 Choi Byung Huk: OMD, President, Hannara Oriental Clinic, September 27, 2010 to September 26, 2011 Sholpan Karzhaubayeva: Deputy-Director, Kazakh National Center for Problems of Healthy Lifestyle Development, October 15 to 30, 2011 Zhanar Amantay: Assistant Professor, Kazakh National University named after Al-Farabi, December 29, 2011 to January 15, 2012 Bakdaulet Akyn: Assistant Professor, Kazakh National University named after Al-Farabi, December 29, 2011 to January 15, 2012 Zhanar Amantay: Assistant Professor, Kazakh National University named after Al-Farabi, January 7 to 15, 2013 Zhanar Andasova: Associate Professor, MD, Ph.D., Kazakh Academy of Sports and Tourism, January 20 to March 20, 2013 Chi Zhou: Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Hangzhou Normal University, September 2016 to April 2017 Fanli Meng: Associatet Professor, Ph.D., Hangzhou Normal University, September 2016 to April 2017