Our lab members have presented at various conferences in the second half of 2021.
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Maho Haseda:Post Conference Symposium “Addressing the social determinants of health and career development of physicians “The 53th Annual Meeting of Japan Society for Medical Education.Symposist.
Mariko Kanamori:One Welfare World Conference: Presenter of One Welfare Science slaM (OWSM) Sessions.
Koryu Sato:”Working from home associated with mental health and dietary patterns during the COVID-19 pandemic: Studies of health app (CALO mama) users in Japan”The 68th The Japanese Society of Nutrition and Dietics, The 12th Japan Korea Symposium, Nutritional Issues in the COVID-19 Pandemic,Symposist.
Daisuke Nishioka:”Thinking about Health Disparities from Osaka,Barriers to medical care due to socioeconomic status – What can we, medical professionals, do? – Japan Primary Care Association The 34th Kinki Regional Meeting,Symposist.
Kosuke Inoue:Beneficial Effects of Intensive Blood Pressure Control on Cardiovascular Outcomes Are Seen in Cohabitating Black Individuals but Not in Those Living Alone AHA (American Heart Association) Scientific Sessions 2021.
Yumiko Kobayashi:”Differences between telecommuters and office workers in fear of COVID-19 and infection prevention measures”The 31st National Conference of the Japanese Society for Occupational Health.
Shiho Kino:”Changes in Social Relationships as a Result of Beginning or Ending Welfare System Use: A JAGES Longitudinal Study” The 80th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Public Health.
Mariko Kanamori “Gender norms and mental health: a cross-sectional study using data from the Japan Gerontological Evaluation Study 2019 survey” The 80th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Public Health.
Marisa Nishio:Symposium Setting goals for health promotion activities by improving the social environment “Perspectives on Social Environment Improvement in Health Promotion Policies in Japan and Other Countries.The 80th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Public Health.
Marisa Nishio:”Does social participation in old age mitigate the effects of adversity in childhood?”The 80th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Public Health.
Daisuke Nishioka:”The effect of reduced benefits for households using public assistance on household medical costs: A quasi-experimental study” The 80th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Public Health.
Yuki Arakawa:”The relationship between the use of telecommunication and loneliness under the spread of COVID-19 infections” The 80th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Public Health.