YOKO SHINPUKU

Last Updated :2024/06/04

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences(Health Sciences), Professor
E-mail
yokoshimhiroshima-u.ac.jp
Self-introduction
Prof. Shimpuku is a midwifery researcher in global health, conducting field research in Tanzania to improve maternal and child health and working with WHO to promote the Early Essential Newborn Care program. She completed her Ph.D. in Nursing at University of Illinois at Chicago. She is the Vice-Chair of Young Academy of Japan and an Executive Committee of the Global Young Academy. For her science diplomacy work, she presented at numerous international conferences/meetings including the UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science Assemply and G7 Academy Meeting and reported them to the Prime Minister of Japan in 2019. She was selected by WHO etc. as "100 Outstanding Women Nurse and Midwife Leaders".

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 2020/03/01, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences, Professor
  • 2011/12/26, 2012/03/25, World Health Organization, Researcher

Educational Backgrounds

  • University of Illinois, United States of America, 2006/08, 2010/05

Academic Degrees

  • University of Illinois

Research Fields

  • Medicine,dentistry, and pharmacy;Nursing;Lifelong developmental nursing

Research Keywords

  • Global Health, Health Promotion, SDGs, Universal Health Coverage, People-Centered Care, Maternal Child Health, Adolescent Health, Local Knowledge, Telemedical Education, Africa

Affiliated Academic Societies

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Development and pilot test of a smartphone app for midwifery care in Tanzania: A comparative cross-sectional study, PLOS ONE, 18(3), 20230331
  2. Associated factors for multidimensional attitudes and behaviors of reproductive health toward pregnancy among early and late adolescents in Tanzania: a cross-sectional study, REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH, 20(1), 20230314
  3. Association between loneliness and its components and cognitive function among older Chinese adults living in nursing homes: A mediation of depressive symptoms, anxiety symptoms, and sleep disturbances, BMC GERIATRICS, 22(1), 20221213
  4. Universal health coverage of five essential health services in mothers before and after the Haiti 2010 earthquake: a retrospective cohort study using difference-in-difference, BMC HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH, 22(1), 20221210
  5. Relationship between research activities and individual factors among Japanese nursing researchers during the COVID-19 pandemic, PLOS ONE, 17(8), 20220824
  6. Systematic review protocol of the effectiveness of HIV prevention interventions for reducing risky sexual behaviour among youth globally, BMJ Open, 12(5), e056929, 20220513
  7. Secondary school students' and peer educators' perceptions of adolescent education in rural Tanzania: a qualitative study, REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH, 19(1), 20220502
  8. Characteristics of early-career nurse researchers negatively impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional study, BMJ OPEN, 12(4), 20220401
  9. Initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on time Japanese nursing faculty devote to research: Cross-sectional survey, JAPAN JOURNAL OF NURSING SCIENCE, 19(1), 20220101
  10. Mitigating losses: how scientific organisations can help address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on early-career researchers, HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES COMMUNICATIONS, 8(1), 20211119
  11. Expansion of the role of midwives in gender equity and sexual/reproductive health issues in Japan, Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing, 27(3), 171-175, 20210930
  12. Report of the International Workshop on Medical ZAIRAICHI, A Medical-Local Knowledge on Research Network, Journal of African Studies, 99, 21-28, 20210901
  13. Nurses in advanced roles as a strategy for equitable access to healthcare in the WHO Western Pacific region: a mixed methods study, HUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTH, 19(1), 20210215
  14. ★, Perceived differences on the role of traditional birth attendants in rural Tanzania: a qualitative study, BMC PREGNANCY AND CHILDBIRTH, 21(1), 20210215
  15. ★, Evaluation of breastfeeding care and education given to mothers with low-birthweight babies by healthcare workers at a hospital in urban Tanzania: a qualitative study, INTERNATIONAL BREASTFEEDING JOURNAL, 15(1), 36, 20200506
  16. Validity and reliability of the Karitane Parenting Confidence Scale among Japanese mothers, NURSING & HEALTH SCIENCES, 22(2), 205-211, 20190801
  17. ★, A family-oriented antenatal education program to improve birth preparedness and maternal-infant birth outcomes: A cross sectional evaluation study, REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH, 16(107), 20190716
  18. Learning experiences as the first JICA course student in Tanzania, St. Luke's International University Bulletin, 5, 43-47, 20190401
  19. Effects of a job aid-supported intervention during antenatal care visit in rural Tanzania, International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, 10, 31-37, 20190301
  20. A Bibliometric Analysis of the Global Research Trend in Child Maltreatment, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH, 15(7), 20180710
  21. ★, Evaluation of a family-oriented antenatal group educational program in rural Tanzania: a pre-test/post-test study, REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH, 15, 20180628
  22. A Feasibility Study of an Educational Program on Obstetric Danger Signs among Pregnant Adolescents in Tanzania: A mixed-methods Study, International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, 8, 33-43, 20180301
  23. Midwives respect and disrespect of women during facility-based childbirth in urban Tanzania: a qualitative study, Reproductive Health, 15, 8, 20180110
  24. Local knowledge and derived practices of safety during pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum: a qualitative study among nurse-midwives in urban eastern Tanzania, BMJ OPEN, 12(12), 202212
  25. Support nursing researchers' need from academic societies during COVID-19: A cross-sectional survey, NURSING & HEALTH SCIENCES, 24(4), 871-881, 202212
  26. ★, Prenatal education program decreases postpartum depression and increases maternal confidence: A longitudinal quasi-experimental study in urban Japan, WOMEN AND BIRTH, 35(5), E456-E463, 202209
  27. ★, Perceptional gaps among women, husbands and family members about intentions for birthplace: A cross-sectional study, Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem, 25, e2840, 2017
  28. Toward advanced nursing practice along with People-Centered Care Partnership Model for sustainable Universal Health Coverage and universal access to health, Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem, 25, e2839, 2017
  29. Reciprocal learning effects between the JICA Collaborative Course and the International Cooperation Seminar in Tanzania, St. Luke's International University Bulletin, 3, 58-62, 2017
  30. Humanized childbirth awareness-raising program among Tanzanian midwives and nurses: A mixed-methods study, International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, 5, 9-16, 2016
  31. Overcoming barriers to inclusive education: A reproductive health awareness programme for adolescents in rural Tanzania, African Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health, 10(1), 27-32, 2016
  32. Midwives' intrapartum monitoring process and management resulting in emergency referrals in Tanzania: a qualitative study, BMC Pregnancy & Childbirth, 15, 248, 2015
  33. Global collaboration between Tanzania and Japan to advance midwifery profession: A case report of a partnership model, Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 5(11), 1-9, 2015
  34. Career development expectations and challenges of midwives in Urban Tanzania: a preliminary study, BMC Nursing, 14, 27, 2015
  35. Concept analysis of reflection in nursing professional development, Japan Journal of Nursing Science, 10(2), 170-179, 2013
  36. ★, Women's Perceptions of Childbirth Experience at a Hospital in Rural Tanzania, Health Care for Women International, 34(6), 461-481, 2013
  37. Concept analysis of reflection in nursing professional development, Japan Journal of Nursing Science, 10(2), 170-179, 2013
  38. Working with Interpreters in Cross-Cultural Qualitative Research in the Context of Developing Country, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68(8), 1692-1706, 2012
  39. ★, Working with Interpreters in Cross-Cultural Qualitative Research in the Context of Developing Country: Systematic Literature Review, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68(8), 1692-1706, 2012

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Use of Smartphone App in Telemedicine, Shimpuku, Y., 16th Asia Telemedicine Symposium; 3rd National Telemedicine Workshop, 2022/03/17, With Invitation, English, 16th Asia Telemedicine Symposium; 3rd National Telemedicine Workshop, Nepal/Online, published
  2. Development and feasibility test of a smartphone app for midwives: A comparative cross-sectional study, Shimpuku, Y., Mwilike, B., Mwakawanga, D., Ito, K., Hirose,N., Kubota, K, Shimpuku, Y., Mwilike, B., Mwakawanga, D., Ito, K., Hirose,N., Kubota, K, 34th International Confederation of Midwives Triennial Congress, 2023/06/12, Without Invitation, English, 34th International Confederation of Midwives Triennial Congress, Bali, Indonesia, published
  3. School-based screening and predictors of anemia among the peri-urban adolescent girls in Bangladesh, 29. Md Jiaur Rahman, Md Moshiur Rahman, Mohammad Habibur Rahman Sarker, Md Marufur Roshid, Yoko Shimpuku, Preventive Medicine 2023 Conference, 2020/03/23, Without Invitation, English, Preventive Medicine 2023 Conference, USA, published
  4. Make Changes through Midwifery Leadership: Global Collaboration between Tanzania and Japan, Shimpuku, Y., the 11th Biennial Conference of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery, 2016/07/27, With Invitation, English, Glasgow
  5. Tanzania UHURU Mobile Library : Combination of education and health for rural children, Shimpuku, Y., African Week, 2016/12/12, With Invitation, English, University of Tsukuba, TUKUBA
  6. Public Private Partnership to Promote Globalization of Young Researchers, Shimpuku, Y, Y-KAST-YAJ Bilateral Workshop, 2017/03/15, With Invitation, English, Seoul
  7. Science Diplomacy: From my research concerns and World Science Forum 2017, Shimpuku, Y, Discussions on social and global contributions of young scientists through interactions between Korean and Japanese scientists, 2018/03/28, With Invitation, English, FUKUOKA
  8. Importance of Science Policy Interface from World Science Forum 2017 to INGSA 2018 Pre-Conference Workshop of International Network for Government Science Advice, Shimpuku, Y, 2018/11/05, With Invitation, English, TOKYO
  9. Strategy of midwifery care to reduce global MMR and IMR, Shimpuku, Y, 1st Andalas International Conference of Midwifery, 2022/08/27, With Invitation, English, Online/Indonesia
  10. National Young Academies – key to strengthening the voice of ECRs worldwide, Bhadra, A., & Shimpuku, Y, Bhadra, A., & Shimpuku, Y, 77th United Nations General Assembly Science Summit, 2022/09/15, With Invitation, English, Online/New York
  11. Leadership among early career scientists for an inclusive and sustainable future, Shimpuku, Y, 11th EU-Japan Science Policy Forum, 2022/10/01, With Invitation, English, Kyoto
  12. Research Publicity Process in the International Public Relations, Shimpuku, Y, Team Japan SciCom Forum 2022, 2022/10/21, With Invitation, English, Online/Okinawa
  13. Research careers in Midwifery: Challenges and considerations for ensuring quality of evidence-based practice, Shimpuku, Y., 2022/10/28, With Invitation, English, Online/Indonesia
  14. Science Advice Activities of Young Academy of Japan, Shimpuku, Y., IAP Triennial General Meeting & Conference/Worldwide Meeting of Young Scientists 2022, 2022/11/03, With Invitation, English, Arizona/Online
  15. Development of Electronic MCH Handbook + Social Media Taarifa za Mama ( Mother`s record ) in Tanzania, Shimpuku, Y, Now and Future for International Medical Education and Fostering Young Researchers, 2022/11/10, With Invitation, English, Hiroshima/Online
  16. Strategy of Midwifery Care to Reduce Global MMR and IMR, Shimpuku, Y., the First Midwifery International Conference (MidInConf), 2022/11/17, With Invitation, English, Health Polytecnic Ministry of Health Kupang, Online/Indonesia, published
  17. 100 Outstanding Women Nurse-Midwife Leaders "Leadership Practices that Drive Nursing's Cross-Disciplinary Activities., Shimpuku, Y., the 42nd Annual Conference of Japan Academy of Nursing Science, 2022/12/03, With Invitation, Japanese, Japan Academy of Nursing Science, HIROSHIMA, published
  18. Creating Global Research Network – A Case of Tanzania, Shimpuku, Y, Globalizing Nursing Seminar, 2014/12/01, With Invitation, English, Japan Academy of Nursing Science, TOKYO, published
  19. Internship Experience in WHO SEARO, Shimpuku, Y., The 27th Japan Annual Meeting of the Japan Society for International Health, 2012/11/03, With Invitation, English, OKAYAMA, published
  20. Energising research confidence in Japan, Shimpuku, Y., THE Campus Live Japan, 2022/12/14, With Invitation, English, Tokyo, published
  21. Mothers`Perceptions of Childbirth Experience at a Hospital in Rural Tanzania, Shimpuku, Y., The 34th Midwest Nursing Research Society Annual Conference, 2010/04/08, Without Invitation, English, Kansas City, Missouri, published
  22. Development and Evaluation of A Web-Based Reflective Service-Learning Course in Nursing Education in Japan, Tashiro, J., Shimpuku, Y., Matsutani M., & Oikawa, N., Tashiro, J., Shimpuku, Y., Matsutani M., & Oikawa, N., International Council of Nurses Conference, 2011/05/04, Without Invitation, English, St. Julian, Malta, published
  23. Women`s Perceptions of Childbirth Experience at a Hospital in Rural Tanzania, Shimpuku, Y., Shimpuku, Y., The 29th International Confederation of Midwives, Triennial Congress, 2011/06/19, Without Invitation, English, Durban, South Africa, published
  24. Qualitative Evaluation of a Web-Based Reflective Learning Support System in Nursing Graduate Education in Japan, Tashiro, J., Shimpuku, Y., Matsutani M., & Oikawa, N., Tashiro, J., Shimpuku, Y., Matsutani M., & Oikawa, N., the 9th International Conference of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery, 2012/06/30, Without Invitation, English, Kobe, Japan, published
  25. Process Report of a Collaborative Project between Tanzania and Japan to Develop a Master's Program in Midwifery, Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S., Leshabari, S., Malima, K., Matsutani, M., Eto, H., Nagamatsu, Y., Oguro, M. Yaju, Y., Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S., Leshabari, S., Malima, K., Matsutani, M., Eto, H., Nagamatsu, Y., Oguro, M. Yaju, Y., The 9th International Conference of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery, 2012/06/30, Without Invitation, English, Kobe, Japan, published
  26. Starting a Midwifery Master`s Programme in Tanzania: Lesson Learned from the Collaborative Project between Tanzania and Japan, Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S., Leshabari, S., Malima, K., Matsutani, M., Eto, H., Nagamatsu, Y., Oguro, M. Yaju,Y., Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S., Leshabari, S., Malima, K., Matsutani, M., Eto, H., Nagamatsu, Y., Oguro, M. Yaju,Y., The East, Central, and Southern African College of Nursing the 10th Scientific Conference, 2012/09/05, Without Invitation, English, Port Louis, Mauritius, published
  27. Introduction of Team-Based Learning (TBL) to Undergraduate Nursing Education: Couse Development and Student Perceptions toward Use of TBL in Intrapartum Nursing,, Shimpuku, Y., Igarashi, Y., Iida, M, Shimpuku, Y., Igarashi, Y., Iida, M, The 13th Team Based Learning Collaborative Conference, 2013/03/07, Without Invitation, English, Fort Worth, Texas, published
  28. The Concept of Humanization of Childbirth with Women-Centered Care Japanese Nurse-Midwives Application of the Concept to Global Health Research,Education,and Practice, Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S, Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S, The 10th Annual National Conference, Asian American Pacific Islander Nurses Association, 2013/03/19, Without Invitation, English, Honolulu, Hawaii, published
  29. Partnership Model of Global Collaboration: The Shared Value of Humanized Childbirth in Tanzania, Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S., Matsutani, M., Eto, H., Nagamatsu, Y., Oguro, M., Iida, M., Yaju,Y., Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi, S., Matsutani, M., Eto, H., Nagamatsu, Y., Oguro, M., Iida, M., Yaju,Y., The 17th East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars, 2014/02/20, Without Invitation, English, Manila, Philippines, published
  30. The Second-Year Experience of Teaching Undergraduate Nursing Students with Team-Based Learning: Intrapartum Nursing, Shimpuku, Y., Igarashi, Y., Iida, M, Shimpuku, Y., Igarashi, Y., Iida, M, The 14th Team Based Learning Collaborative Conference, Without Invitation, English, St. Petersburg, Florida, published
  31. Relief Work and Stress: A Descriptive Study with A Volunteer Population, Harada, N, Shimpuku, Y., Shigemura J., Yasukata F., Harada, N, Shimpuku, Y., Shigemura J., Yasukata F., The 12th Asia Pacific Conference on Disaster Medicine, 2014/09/17, Without Invitation, English, Tokyo, published
  32. Promoting Factors to Establish the Successful Inter-Professional Partnership Model After the Great East Japan Earthquake, Kubota, K., Shimpuku, Y., Ochiai, K., Mizutani, M., Otsubo, Y., Kubota, K., Shimpuku, Y., Ochiai, K., Mizutani, M., Otsubo, Y., The ICN Conference 2015, 2015/06/19, Without Invitation, English, Seoul, Korea, published
  33. Understanding Discrepancies of Birth Preparedness Among Pregnant Women, Husbands, And Their Families in Rural Tanzania, Shimpuku, Y., Madeni, F., Horiuchi, S., Leshabari, S., Shimpuku, Y., Madeni, F., Horiuchi, S., Leshabari, S., The ICN Conference 2015, 2015/06/19, Without Invitation, English, Seoul, Korea, published
  34. Development of Japanese Hug Your Baby: Education Tool for New Parents to Understand Newborns, Shimpuku, Y., Tedder J., Matsunaga, M., Iida, M., Tanimoto., K., Shimpuku, Y., Tedder J., Matsunaga, M., Iida, M., Tanimoto., K., The ICM Asia Pacific Regional Conference 2015, 2015/07/20, Without Invitation, English, Yokohama, published
  35. Concepts of People-Centered Care Model Based on Shared Partnerships between Community People and Health Care Professionals in the Japanese Unprecedented Ageing Society, Takahashi, K., Kamei, T., Hishinuma, M., Omori, J., Asahara, K., Arimori, N., Shimpuku, Y., Tashiro, J., Ohashi, K., Kataoka, Y., Nagamatsu, Y., Asakawa, K., Takahashi, K., Kamei, T., Hishinuma, M., Omori, J., Asahara, K., Arimori, N., Shimpuku, Y., Tashiro, J., Ohashi, K., Kataoka, Y., Nagamatsu, Y., Asakawa, K., the 11th Biennial Conference of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery, 2016/07/27, Without Invitation, English, Glasgow, Scotland, published
  36. Evaluation of an Educational Program for Nurses About Birth Preparedness and Complication Readiness in Rural Tanzania, Oka, M., Horiuchi, S., Shimpuku, Y., Madeni, F., Leshabar, S., Oka, M., Horiuchi, S., Shimpuku, Y., Madeni, F., Leshabar, S., The 12th Scientific Conference of the East, 2016/09/07, Without Invitation, English, Central and Southern Africa College of Nursing, Nairobi, Kenya, published
  37. Evaluation of Nurses`Perceptions of the Educational Program on Antenatal Counseling Program in Rural Tanzania, Oka, M., Horiuchi, S., Shimpuku, Y., Shishido, E.,Madeni, F., Oka, M., Horiuchi, S., Shimpuku, Y., Shishido, E.,Madeni, F., The 20th Conference of the East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars, 2017/03/17, Without Invitation, English, Hong Kong, published
  38. Exploring Breastfeeding care and Education Mothers with Low-birth-weight Baby Received for its improvement at Muhimbili National Hospital in Urban Tanzania,, Tada, K., Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi S., Tada, K., Shimpuku, Y., Horiuchi S., the Tanzania National Nursing and Midwifery Scientific Conference, 2018/04/04, Without Invitation, English, Dodoma, Tanzania, published
  39. Assessment Scale for People-Centered Care in the community: Developmental Process and Face Validity, Takahashi, K., Kamei, T., Arimori, N., Asazawa, K. Asahara, K., Shimpuku, Y., Omori, J., Hishinuma, M., Tashiro, J., Ohashi, K., Takahashi, K., Kamei, T., Arimori, N., Asazawa, K. Asahara, K., Shimpuku, Y., Omori, J., Hishinuma, M., Tashiro, J., Ohashi, K., The 12th Biennial Conference of The Global Network Of Who Collaborating Centre For Nursing And Midwifery, 2018/07/17, Without Invitation, English, Cairns, Australia, published
  40. Innovative fetal ultrasound education for midwives using information communication technology in Tanzania, Shimpuku, Y., Kataoka, Y., Igarashi, Y., Yamazaki, A., Leshabari, S., Kawataki, M., Li, Y.Y., Chang, T.Y., Shimpuku, Y., Kataoka, Y., Igarashi, Y., Yamazaki, A., Leshabari, S., Kawataki, M., Li, Y.Y., Chang, T.Y., the 12th Biennial Conference of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing and Midwifery, 2018/07/17, Without Invitation, English, Cairns, Australia, published
  41. Breastfeeding Perception and Behavior among Mothers of Low-birth-weight Baby Discharged from Muhimbili National Hospital in Urban Tanzania: A Longitudinal Survey, Tada, K., Shimpuku, Y., Sunguya, B., Horiuchi S., Tada, K., Shimpuku, Y., Sunguya, B., Horiuchi S., The 6th Quadrennial General Meeting and the 13th Scientific Conference of the East, 2018/09/03, Without Invitation, English, Central and Southern Africa College of Nursing (ECSACON), published
  42. Prevalence of asymptomatic urinary abnormalities among the school- going adolescents in the rural area of Bangladesh, Md Jiaur Rahman, Md Moshiur Rahman, Junaidi Budi Prihanto, Mohammad Habibur Rahman Sarker, Md Marufur Roshid, Yoko Shimpuku, Md Jiaur Rahman, Md Moshiur Rahman, Junaidi Budi Prihanto, Mohammad Habibur Rahman Sarker, Md Marufur Roshid, Yoko Shimpuku,  The 19th International Conference of the Pacific Basin Consortium for Environment and Health, 2022/08/29, Without Invitation, English, PBC, Korea, published
  43. Association of overweight, obesity and socioeconomic factors among adolescent girls in peri-urban Bangladesh, Md Jiaur Rahman, Md Moshiur Rahman, Mohammad Habibur Rahman Sarker, Md Marufur Roshid, Yoko Shimpuku, Md Jiaur Rahman, Md Moshiur Rahman, Mohammad Habibur Rahman Sarker, Md Marufur Roshid, Yoko Shimpuku, 5th SocialTech Conference on Healthcare, 2023/03/19, Without Invitation, English, SDGs and Social Business, Fukuoka, published
  44. Impact of the mobile application for health service and knowledge during pregnancy: Review and metadata analysis, Md Zahidul Islam, Md Moshiur Rahman and Yoko Shimpuku, Md Zahidul Islam, Md Moshiur Rahman and Yoko Shimpuku, 5th SocialTech Conference on Healthcare, 2023/03/19, Without Invitation, English, SDGs and Social Business, Fukuoka, published
  45. A Scoping Review on Prospects and Challenges of Digital Health Services for Senior Citizens in Bangladesh, Munzur E Murshid, Md.Moshiur Rahman and Prof.Yoko Shimpuku, Munzur E Murshid, Md.Moshiur Rahman and Prof.Yoko Shimpuku, 5th SocialTech Conference on Healthcare, 2023/03/19, Without Invitation, English, SDGs and Social Business, Fukuoka, published
  46. Women`s Perceptions of Receiving Help from Skilled Birth Attendants in Rural Tanzania, Yoko Shinpuku, The 26th Japan Eastern Japan Regional Meeting of the Japan Society for International Health, 2011/06/11, Without Invitation, English, the Japan Society for International Health
  47. Assessment of Tanzanian Women's Health Using the Framework of the Guide to Women's Health Status, Yoko Shinpuku, The 16th Academic Conference of St. Luke's Society for Nursing Research, 2011/09/24, Without Invitation, English, St. Luke's Society for Nursing Research
  48. Collaboration between Japanese and Tanzanian Midwives to develop the First Midwifery Master`s Course in Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Science,Tanzania:A Case Report, Yoko Shinpuku, Seiko Horiuchi, Sebalda Leshabari, Miwako Matsutani, Hiromi Eto, Yasuko Nagamatsu, Michiko Koguro, Yoko Shinpuku, Seiko Horiuchi, Sebalda Leshabari, Miwako Matsutani, Hiromi Eto, Yasuko Nagamatsu, Michiko Koguro, The 52nd Annual Meeting for the Japanese Society of Tropical Medicine,The 26th Congress of Japan Association for International health,JointTournament, 2011/11/04, Without Invitation, English, Japanese Society of Tropical Medicine,Japan Association for International health
  49. The association between multiple dimensions of access to care and utilization of cervical cancer screening in Kenya: a cross-sectional analysis of the 2014 Kenya Demographic Health Survey, Xiaowan Li, Sanmei Chen, Yoko Shimpuku, Xiaowan Li, Sanmei Chen, Yoko Shimpuku, the 42nd Annual Conference of Japan Academy of Nursing Science, 2022/12/03, Without Invitation, English, Japan Academy of Nursing Science, HIROSHIMA, published
  50. Hope for the Future and its associated factors among adolescents in Tanzania, Yasmin Osman, Sanmei Chen, Nicolaus Madeni, Frida Madeni, Yoko Shimpuku, Yasmin Osman, Sanmei Chen, Nicolaus Madeni, Frida Madeni, Yoko Shimpuku, the 42nd Annual Conference of Japan Academy of Nursing Science, 2022/12/03, Without Invitation, English, Japan Academy of Nursing Science, HIROSHIMA, published
  51. Asymptomatic urinary albumin influences to develop renal disease among the adolescent girls in rural Bangladesh, Md Jiaur Rahman, Md Moshiur Rahman, Junaidi Budi Prihanto, Mohammad Habibur Rahman Sarker, Md Marufur Roshid, Yoko Shimpuku, Md Jiaur Rahman, Md Moshiur Rahman, Junaidi Budi Prihanto, Mohammad Habibur Rahman Sarker, Md Marufur Roshid, Yoko Shimpuku, the 42nd Annual Conference of Japan Academy of Nursing Science, 2022/12/03, Without Invitation, English, Japan Academy of Nursing Science, HIROSHIMA, published

Awards

  1. 2020/12, 100 Outstanding Women Nurse and Midwife Leaders, World Health Organization, United Nations Population Funds, Nursing Now!, etc.

External Funds

Acceptance Results of Competitive Funds

  1. JICA Partnership Program, The project for promoting gender equality in Korogwe, Tanzania, 2021/01, 2023/06

Social Activities

History as Committee Members

  1. Global Young Academy, 2018/05, 2023/05, Global Young Academy

Organizing Academic Conferences, etc.

  1. Global Young Academy Annual General Meeting and International Conference of Young Scientists, Global Young Academy, Local Organizing Committee, 2022/06, 2022/06
  2. How might we scientists harmonise reason with sensibility?, Harmonising reason with sensibility group (GYA), 2021/06, 2021/06
  3. the International Workshop on Medical ZAIRAICHI, A Medical-Local Knowledge on Research Network, Medical-Local Knowledge on Research Network, 2021/02, 2021/02
  4. Worldwide Meeting of Young Academies, Programme Organising Committee, 2018/10, 2019/08