Akiyama, Miki

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Affiliation

Faculty of Environment and Information Studies (Shonan Fujisawa)

Position

Professor

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  • コミュニケーション・コミュニティヘルス

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  • Graduate School of Media and Governance, Associate Professor

  • School of Medicine, Associate Professor

Career 【 Display / hide

  • 1991.04
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    1998.03

    (株)仙台放送, 報道制作局

  • 2003.10
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    2005.11

    慶應義塾大学, 政策・メディア研究科, (嘱託)COE研究員(21世紀 COE プログラム社会科学分野「日本・アジアにおける総合政策学先導拠点」)

  • 2005.12
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    2007.03

    慶應義塾大学大学院, 政策・メディア研究科, 講師(有期・非常勤)

  • 2007.04
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    2010.03

    慶應義塾大学, 総合政策学部, 専任講師(有期)

  • 2009.04
    -
    Present

    慶應義塾大学, 医学部, 兼担准教授(医学部衛 生学公衆衛生学教室)

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Academic Background 【 Display / hide

  • 1987.04
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    1991.03

    Keio University, Faculty of Laws, 政治学科

    University, Graduated

  • 2001.01

    London School of Economics and Political Science, London University, Graduate School of Mecia and Communication, Msc. Media and Communication Regulation

    United Kingdom, Graduate School, Completed, Master's course

  • 2002.04
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    2005.09

    Keio University, Graduate School of Media and Governance

    Graduate School, Withdrawal after completion of doctoral course requirements, Doctoral course

Academic Degrees 【 Display / hide

  • MsC. Meida and Communication Regulation, London School of Economics and Political Science, London University, 2001.12

  • Ph.D. Media and Governance, Keio University, Dissertation, 2006.03

  • 博士(医学), 慶應義塾大学, Dissertation, 2015.12

    The effects of community-wide dissemination of information on perceptions of palliative care, knowledge about opioids, and sense of security among cancer patients, their families, and the general public

Licenses and Qualifications 【 Display / hide

  • Certified Social Worker, 2013.03

  • Mental Health Social Worker, 2021.03

 

Research Areas 【 Display / hide

  • Life Science / Nutrition science and health science

Research Keywords 【 Display / hide

  • Health Communication

 

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  • Human Services and Community

    Miki Akiyama, Gen Miyagaki, 勁草書房, 2022.02

  • コミュニティヘルスのある社会へ-「つながり」が生み出す「いのち」の輪

    秋山 美紀, Iwanami, 2013.08

  • 地域医療におけるコミュニケーションと情報技術  医療現場エンパワーメントの視点から

    AKIYAMA Miki, 慶應義塾大学出版会, 2008.04

  • 地域医療を守れ-「わかしおネットワーク」からの提案

    HIRAI Aizan, AKIYAMA Miki, 岩波書店, 2008.01

  • 日本最悪のシナリオ 9つの死角

    (財)日本再建イニシアティブ, 新潮社, 2013.03

    Scope: 「コミュニケーション」 pp. 285-302

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  • Effect modification by geographic area on the association between health literacy and self-rated health: a nationwide cross-sectional study in Japan

    Ishikawa H., Ogawa R., Otsuki A., Saito J., Yaguchi-Saito A., Kuchiba A., Fujimori M., Fukuda Y., Shimazu T., Hayakawa M., Hosono S., Inoue M., Kaji Y., Katanoda K., Matsuda T., Matsuoka Y.J., Odawara M., Takahashi H., Takahashi M., Uchitomi Y., Umezawa J., Watanabe O., Yoshimi I., Kreps G.L., Sakurai N., Momosaka T., Akiyama M., Miyawaki R., Okubo R., Akamatsu R., Kawasaki Y., Fujisaki K., Ogawa L., Imamura H., Nakaya K., Nakaya N., Mitsutake S., Sasai H.

    BMC Public Health (BMC Public Health)  23 ( 1 )  2023.12

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    Background: Health literacy (HL) has gained increasing attention as a factor related to health behaviors and outcomes. This study aimed to investigate geographic differences in HL levels and effect modification by geographic area on their relationship with self-rated health in the Japanese population using a nationwide sample. Methods: Data for this study were derived from a nationally representative cross-sectional survey on health information access for consumers in Japan using a mailed self-administered questionnaire in 2020 (INFORM Study 2020). Valid responses from 3,511 survey participants, selected using two-stage stratified random sampling, were analyzed in this study. HL was measured using the Communicative and Critical Health Literacy Scale (CCHL). Multiple regression and logistic regression analyses were conducted to examine the associations between geographic characteristics and HL and effect modification on the association between HL and self-rated health by geographic area, controlling for sociodemographic characteristics. Results: The mean HL score was 3.45 (SD = 0.78), somewhat lower compared with previous studies on the Japanese general population. HL was higher in Kanto area than in Chubu area, after controlling for sociodemographic factors and municipality size. Furthermore, HL was positively associated with self-rated health after controlling for sociodemographic and geographic factors; however, this association was more evident in eastern areas than in western areas. Conclusion: The findings indicate geographic differences in HL levels and effect modification by geographic area on the relationship between HL and self-rated health in the general Japanese population. HL was more strongly associated with self-rated health in eastern areas than in western areas. Further investigation is needed to explore the moderating effects of areal features, including the distribution of primary care physicians and social capital, when formulating strategies to improve HL in different contexts.

  • Screening practices of cancer survivors and individuals whose family or friends had a cancer diagnoses—a nationally representative cross-sectional survey in Japan (INFORM Study 2020)

    Akiyama M., Ishida N., Takahashi H., Takahashi M., Otsuki A., Sato Y., Saito J., Yaguchi-Saito A., Fujimori M., Kaji Y., Shimazu T.

    Journal of Cancer Survivorship (Journal of Cancer Survivorship)   2023

    ISSN  19322259

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    Purpose: We examined cancerscreening practices and related beliefs in cancer survivors and individuals with family or close friends with a cancer diagnosis compared to individuals without the above cancer history for 5 population-based (gastric, colorectal, lung, breast, cervical) and 1 opportunistic (prostate) cancer screenings using nationally representative cross-sectional survey in Japan. Methods: We analyzed 3269 data from 3605 respondents (response rate, 37.1%) and compared the screening beliefs and practices of cancer survivors (n = 391), individuals with family members (n = 1674), and close friends with a cancer diagnosis (n = 685) to those without any cancer history (n = 519). Results: Being a cancer survivor was associated with screening for gastric (OR, 1.75; 95% CI, 1.04–2.95), colorectal (OR, 1.56; 95% CI, 1.03–2.36), and lung cancer (OR, 1.71; 95% CI, 1.10–2.66) but not breast, cervical cancer or PSA test. Having a family cancer diagnosis was associated with colorectal and lung cancer screening. Having friends with a cancer diagnosis was associated with PSA test. Cancer survivors and family members perceived themselves as being more susceptible and worried about getting cancer than individuals without any cancer history. Cancer survivors strongly believed screening can detect cancer and were more likely to undergo screening. Subgroup analysis indicated an interrelation between gastric and colorectal cancer screening among survivors. Conclusions: A cancer diagnosis in oneself or family or friend influences an individual’s health-related belief and risk perception, which can increase the likelihood of cancer screening. Implications for Cancer Survivors: Targeted and tailored communication strategies can increase awareness of cancer screening.

  • Patterns of alcohol and alcohol-flavoured non-alcoholic beverage advertisements over Japanese free-to-air television networks

    Kato M., Ishikawa H., Kiuchi T., Akiyama M., Kawamura Y., Okuhara T., Ono N., Miyawaki R.

    BMC Public Health (BMC Public Health)  22 ( 1 )  2022.12

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    Background: Alcohol use is a serious public health challenge worldwide. Japan has no government regulations or legal penalties against advertising alcoholic beverages on television (TV). Instead, advertisements depend on the Japanese alcohol industry’s self-regulation on airtime (no advertisements from 5 am to 6 pm) and the content of alcoholic beverages, which must not tempt minors. However, many adolescents (10 to 19 years old) watch TV from 6 pm to 11 pm. The aim of this study was to describe the pattern in the advertising of alcoholic beverages and alcohol-flavoured non-alcoholic beverages (AFNAB) in Japan during the popular TV viewing time for adolescents. Methods: A secondary analysis of advertising airtime data from five free-to-air Japanese TV networks in the Greater Tokyo area that aired between 12 August and 3 November 2019, was performed. Results: During the study period, 5215 advertisements for alcoholic beverages and AFNABs aired (1451.75 min). In total, 2303 advertisements (44.2%) were beer, low-malt beer, or beer-taste beverages, 277 (5.3%) were whisky, 2334 (44.8%) were local alcoholic beverages (shochu and seishu), and 301 (5.8%) were AFNAB. On average, more advertisements aired on weekends (67.6 advertisements) than on weekdays (59.3 advertisements) per day. Approximately 30% of advertisements for AFNABs were aired during the time restricted for alcohol advertising, although AFNABs are considered alcohol according to industry guidelines. During the popular television viewing time for young adolescents, about two to three times more advertisements were aired per hour than during the rest of the day, on both weekdays and weekends (p < 0.001). Conclusion: The number of alcohol advertisements aired at times when adolescents often watch TV is 2 to 3.2 times higher than that at other times of the day. Furthermore, despite the industry’s self-imposed regulations, some alcoholic beverages are still advertised. Therefore, other methods to protect children and adolescents from exposure to advertisements for alcoholic beverages should be investigated and implemented.

  • Charged metabolite biomarkers of food intake assessed via plasma metabolomics in a population-based observational study in Japan

    Shibutami E., Ishii R., Harada S., Kurihara A., Kuwabara K., Kato S., Iida M., Akiyama M., Sugiyama D., Hirayama A., Sato A., Amano K., Sugimoto M., Soga T., Tomita M., Takebayashi T.

    PLoS ONE (PLoS ONE)  16 ( 2 February )  2021.02

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    Food intake biomarkers can be critical tools that can be used to objectively assess dietary exposure for both epidemiological and clinical nutrition studies. While an accurate estimation of food intake is essential to unravel associations between the intake and specific health conditions, random and systematic errors affect self-reported assessments. This study aimed to clarify how habitual food intake influences the circulating plasma metabolome in a free-living Japanese regional population and to identify potential food intake biomarkers. To achieve this aim, we conducted a cross-sectional analysis as part of a large cohort study. From a baseline survey of the Tsuruoka Metabolome Cohort Study, 7, 012 eligible male and female participants aged 40-69 years were chosen for this study. All data on patients' health status and dietary intake were assessed via a food frequency questionnaire, and plasma samples were obtained during an annual physical examination. Ninety-four charged plasma metabolites were measured using capillary electrophoresis mass spectrometry, by a non-targeted approach. Statistical analysis was performed using partial-least-square regression. A total of 21 plasma metabolites were likely to be associated with long-term food intake of nine food groups. In particular, the influential compounds in each food group were hydroxyproline for meat, trimethylamine- N-oxide for fish, choline for eggs, galactarate for dairy, cystine and betaine for soy products, threonate and galactarate for carotenoid-rich vegetables, proline betaine for fruits, quinate and trigonelline for coffee, and pipecolate for alcohol, and these were considered as prominent food intake markers in Japanese eating habits. A set of circulating plasma metabolites was identified as potential food intake biomarkers in the Japanese community-dwelling population. These results will open the way for the application of new reliable dietary assessment tools not by self-reported measurements but through objective quantification of biofluids.

  • Reliability of plasma polar metabolite concentrations in a large-scale cohort study using capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry

    Harada, Sei, Hirayama, Akiyoshi, Chan, Queenie, Kurihara, Ayako, Fukai, Kota, Iida, Miho, Kato, Suzuka, Sugiyama, Daisuke, Kuwabara, Kazuyo, Takeuchi, Ayano, Akiyama, Miki, Okamura, Tomonori, Ebbels, Timothy M. D., Elliott, Paul, Tomita, Masaru, Sato, Asako, Suzuki, Chizuru, Sugimoto, Masahiro, Soga, Tomoyoshi, Takebayashi, Toru

    PLOS ONE 13 ( 1 )  2018.01

    Research paper (scientific journal), Joint Work, Accepted,  ISSN  1932-6203

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Reviews, Commentaries, etc. 【 Display / hide

  • 「対話の場をつくる-NPO法人地域医療を育てる会の挑戦」、特集「地域医療を支える住民の活動」

    AKIYAMA Miki

    月刊誌『病院』 70 ( 9 ) 667-70 2011.09

    Article, review, commentary, editorial, etc. (scientific journal), Single Work

  • 豊かな感性のコーディネーターを育てよう

    AKIYAMA Miki

    地域連携入退院支援 (日総研出版)  2011 ( 1, 2月 )  2011.01

    Article, review, commentary, editorial, etc. (trade magazine, newspaper, online media), Single Work

  • 情報共有とその道具

    AKIYAMA Miki

    地域連携入退院支援 (日総研出版)   ( 11,12月 )  2010.11

    Article, review, commentary, editorial, etc. (trade magazine, newspaper, online media), Joint Work

  • 顔の見える関係と信頼

    AKIYAMA Miki

    地域連携入退院支援 (日総研出版)   ( 9,10月 )  2010.09

    Article, review, commentary, editorial, etc. (trade magazine, newspaper, online media), Single Work

  • 勉強会で育むコミュニティ感情

    AKIYAMA Miki

    地域連携入退院支援 (日総研出版)   ( 7,8月 )  2010.07

    Article, review, commentary, editorial, etc. (trade magazine, newspaper, online media), Single Work

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Presentations 【 Display / hide

  • IT・ユビキタス社会と医薬品情報

    AKIYAMA Miki

    第14回日本医薬品情報学会 総会・学術大会 (東京) , 

    2011.07

    Oral presentation (invited, special)

  • 和泉典子、秋山美紀、奥山慎一郎、難波幸井、富樫清、柏倉貢、渋谷美恵、武林亨、鈴木聡. 「地域緩和ケアチームが開催した多施設・他職種デスカンファレンス参加者の体験」、第16回日本緩和医療学会学術大会、札幌、2011年7月

    AKIYAMA Miki

    第16回日本緩和医療学会学術大会 (札幌) , 

    2011.07

    Oral presentation (general), 第16回日本緩和医療学会学術大会

  • Do patients with advanced stages of cancer feel secure in receiving care at home and in the region? : a large-scale survey in Japan

    AKIYAMA Miki, Takebayashi T, Morita T, Miyashita M, Hirai K, Matoba M, Akizuki, N, Shirahige Y, Yamagishi A, Eguchi K.

    Academy Health 2011 Annual Research Meeting (Seattle, USA.) , 

    2011.06

    Poster presentation

  • 地域医療連携における情報技術の活用

    AKIYAMA Miki

    第28回日本医学会総会 (東京) , 

    2011.04

    Oral presentation (invited, special), 日本医学会

  • Healthcare IT Adoption under Different Government Models

    AKIYAMA Miki

    International Conference on Information System(ICIS) 2010, (St. Luis, MO, USA) , 

    2010.12

    Oral presentation (invited, special)

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Research Projects of Competitive Funds, etc. 【 Display / hide

  • communication between research institutes and the public

    2019.04
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    2023.03

    MEXT,JSPS, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), Principal investigator

  • 在宅高齢者と介護者の食生活と栄養を支援するプログラムの開発

    2014
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    Present

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Research grant, Principal investigator

  • ヘルスサービス組織の危機管理に関するケースメソッド教材の開発

    2012.10
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    2014.09

    日本生命財団, Research grant, Principal investigator

  • がん疼痛治療の施設成績を評価する指標の妥当性を検証する研究(H22-がん臨床-一般-036)

    2011.04
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    2012.03

    Health and Labour Sciences Research Grants, Research grant, No Setting

  • 第3次対がん総合戦略研究事業「緩和ケアプログラムによる地域介入研究」

    2011.04
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    2012.03

    Health and Labour Sciences Research Grants, Research grant, Coinvestigator(s)

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Works 【 Display / hide

  • 地域包括ケアと情報・コミュニケーション

    盛岡市, 

    2014.07
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    Other, Single

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    岩手県医療保健情報化 コンソーシアム招待講演

  • 地域連携がつくるコミュニティヘルス

    山形県鶴岡市, 

    2014.06
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    鶴岡地区歯科医師会学術集会招待講演

  • 地域ぐるみで幸齢に

    2014.06
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    鶴岡市保健衛生推進員会連合会総会基調講演

  • コミュニティヘルスのある社会へ

    岡山市, 

    2014.06
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    Other, Joint

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    シンポジウム座長と講演、日本医療マネジメント学会学術総会

  • コミュニティヘルスのあるまちづくり

    小松市, 

    2014.06
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    Other, Single

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    第5回北陸支部ワールドコンチネンスウィークイベント招待講演

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Awards 【 Display / hide

  • 第10回日本ヘルスコミュニケーション学会学術集会 優秀演題賞

    2018.09, 日本ヘルスコミュニケーション学会, スマートフォンを用いた在宅高齢者・療養患者の食生活支援コミュニケーションプログラムの開発と実証

  • 2013 Best Practice Award

    2013.10, Japan Society of Health Support Science, 「からだ館がん情報ステーション」の活動

    Type of Award: Award from Japanese society, conference, symposium, etc.

  • 日本ヘルスサポート学会第6回学会賞(実践部門)

    2013.10, Japan Society of Health Support Science, からだ館がん情報ステーション

    Type of Award: Other

  • Best Palliative Care Research 2009

    AKIYAMA Miki, 2010.06, 『地域診療所医師の在宅緩和ケアに関する意識調査』Palliative Care Research 第4巻2号.

    Type of Award: Award from Japanese society, conference, symposium, etc.

  • Best Palliative Care Research 2009

    秋山美紀ほか, 2009.11, Japanese Society for Palliative Medicine, A survey on palliative home care in rural Japan

    Type of Award: Other

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Courses Taught 【 Display / hide

  • INDEPENDENT RESEARCH

    2023

  • HEALTH EDUCATION

    2023

  • HEALTH EDUCATION

    2023

  • HEALTH COMMUNICATION

    2023

  • GRADUATION PROJECT 2

    2023

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Courses Previously Taught 【 Display / hide

  • 医療・健康のデータサイエンス

    Keio University

    2014.04
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    2015.03

    Autumn Semester, Lecture, Lecturer outside of Keio, 80people

  • 社会的組織の経営(ヘルスケア)

    Keio University

    2014.04
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    2015.03

    Autumn Semester, Lecture, Within own faculty, 100people

  • ヘルスリサーチの基礎

    Keio University

    2014.04
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    2015.03

    Spring Semester, Lecturer outside of Keio, 200people

  • リスク社会の制度設計

    Keio University

    2014.04
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    2015.03

    Spring Semester, Lecture, Within own faculty, 70people

  • エビデンスに基づく健康政策とコミュニケーション

    Keio University

    2014.04
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    2015.03

    Spring Semester, Lecture, Within own faculty, 100people

 

Social Activities 【 Display / hide

  • 奈良県地域医療連携課

    2008.05
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    Present
  • 飛鳥大学専門職大学院(設置申請準備中)

    2007.12
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    2008.11
  • 緩和ケアコーディネータ養成講座

    2007
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    Present
  • 経済産業省 健康資本増進グランドデザインに関する研究会

    2007
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    Present
  • 厚生労働省 医療における情報化推進の在り方に関する検討会

    2007
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    Present

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Memberships in Academic Societies 【 Display / hide

  • 公衆衛生学会, 

    2007
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    Present
  • 緩和医療学会, 

    2003
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    Present
  • 医療情報学会, 

    2003
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    Present
  • 医療マネジメント学会, 

    2003
    -
    Present
  • マスコミュニケーション学会, 

    2003
    -
    Present

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Committee Experiences 【 Display / hide

  • 2013.12
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    2014.03

    委員, 鶴岡市がん検診受診率向上対策評価検討委員会

  • 2012.08
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    2014.03

    委員, 鶴岡市健康なまちづくり推進協議会

  • 2008.05
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    Present

    Committee Member, 奈良県地域医療連携課

  • 2007.12
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    2008.11

    学術委員, 飛鳥大学専門職大学院(設置申請準備中)

  • 2007
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    Present

    講師, 緩和ケアコーディネータ養成講座

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