KANA KAZAWA

Last Updated :2022/10/04

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences(Health Sciences), Contributing Lecturer
E-mail
kkazawahiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Academic Degrees

  • Master of Science in Nursing, Hiroshima University
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing, Hiroshima University

Affiliated Academic Societies

  • Japanese Society for Chronic Illness and Conditions Nursing
  • Japan Academy of Dibetes Education and Nursing
  • Japan Academy of Nursing Science
  • Japan Association for Medical Informatics

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Experiences with COVID-19 cluster infections in geriatric care facilities., Geriatr Gerontol Int, 20220529
  2. Person-centered dementia care during COVID-19: a qualitative case study of impact on and collaborations between caregivers, BMC GERIATRICS, 22(1), 107-107, 20220207
  3. Undergraduate nursing students' learning experiences of a telehealth clinical practice program during the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative study, Nurse Education Today, 111, 20220209
  4. Person-centered dementia care during COVID-19: A qualitative case study of impact on and collaborations between caregivers, BMC Geriatrics, in press, 2022
  5. Experts' perception of support for people with dementia and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic, GERIATRICS & GERONTOLOGY INTERNATIONAL, 22(1), 26-31, 202201
  6. Can a sleep disorder intervention-embedded self-management programme contribute to improve management of diabetes? A pilot single-arm pretest and post-test study, BMJ OPEN, 11(9), 202109
  7. The Effectiveness of Telenursing for Self-Management Education on Cardiometabolic Conditions: A Pilot Project on a Remote Island of Osakikamijima, Japan, JOURNAL OF PRIMARY CARE AND COMMUNITY HEALTH, 12, 202107
  8. Preparedness guide for people with dementia and caregivers in COVID-19 pandemic., Geriatr Gerontol Int, 21(7), 593-595
  9. The Effectiveness of Telenursing for Self-Management Education on Cardiometabolic Conditions: A Pilot Project on A Remote Island of Ōsakikamijima, Japan., Journal of Primary Care & Community Health, 12(4), 1-10
  10. Presenteeism among Chinese workers in Japan and its relationship with mental health and health-promoting lifestyles, INDUSTRIAL HEALTH, 58(1), 35-45, 2020
  11. Understanding the process for developing sleep disorders among Japanese workers: a qualitative study, HEALTH PROMOTION PERSPECTIVES, 11(1), 87-96, 2021
  12. A Health Guidance App to Improve Motivation, Adherence to Lifestyle Changes and Indicators of Metabolic Disturbances among Japanese Civil Servants, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH, 17(21), 202011
  13. Health education improves referral compliance of persons with probable Diabetic Retinopathy: A randomized controlled trial, PLOS ONE, 15(11), 20201112
  14. Understanding the process for developing sleep disorders among Japanese workers: a qualitative study, Health Promotion Perspectives
  15. Increasing Awareness and Use of Mobile Health Technology Among Individuals With Hypertension in a Rural Community of Bangladesh: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial, JMIR RESEARCH PROTOCOLS, 9(8), 202008
  16. Awareness Development and Usage of Mobile Health Technology among Hypertensive Individuals in a Rural Community of Bangladesh: A Randomized Controlled Trial, Journal of Medical Internet Research, 22(12), 1-15, 2020
  17. Health education improves referral compliance of persons with probable Diabetic Retinopathy: A randomized controlled trial, PLOS ONE, in press
  18. A Health Guidance App to Improve Motivation, Adherence to Lifestyle Changes and Indicators of Metabolic Disturbances among Japanese Civil Servants, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, in press
  19. Characteristics of heart failure patients incurring high medical costs via matching specific health examination results and medical claim data: a cross-sectional study, BMJ OPEN, 9(12), 201912
  20. Awareness Development and Usage of mobile Health Technology among Individuals with Hypertension in a Rural Community of Bangladesh: A Randomized Controlled Trial Study Protocol, JMIR Research Protocols
  21. ★, Evaluating the effectiveness and feasibility of nurse-led distant and face-to-face interviews programs for promoting behavioral change and disease management in patients with diabetic nephropathy: a triangulation approach, BMC nursing, 19(16)
  22. Disease perception and experiences among rural Bangladeshi hypertensive women: A qualitative approach, HEALTH PROMOTION PERSPECTIVES, 10(1), 66-73, 2020
  23. Awareness Development and Usage of mobile Health Technology among Individuals with Hypertension in a Rural Community of Bangladesh: A Randomized Controlled Trial Study Protocol., JMIR Research Protocols, 2019
  24. Characteristics of heart failure patients incurring high medical costs via matching specific health examination results and medical claim data: A cross-sectional study., BMJ Open, 2019
  25. Presenteeism among Chinese workers in Japan and its relationship with mental health and health-promoting lifestyles, Industrial Health, 2019
  26. Quality Primary Care for Disease Prevention and Management, Asian Hospital and Healthcare Management, 42, 30-34, 2018
  27. ★, An Investigation of Factors Influencing High Usage of Medical and Long-Term Care Services in an Aging Society in Japan, Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health, January(1), 1-12, 2018
  28. Health Resource Utilization and Comorbidities in Patients with Mental Disorders: Analysis Based on Health Insurance Claim Data, Health, 9(4), 763-777, 2017
  29. Effects of a self-management skills-acquisition program on pre-dialysis patients with diabetic nephropathy, Nephrology Nursing Journal, 40(2), 141-149, 2013
  30. ★, Efficacy of a disease management program focused on acquisition of selfmanagement skills in pre-dialysis patients with diabetic nephropathy:24 months follow-up, Journal of Nephrology, 2014
  31. Efficacy and Usability of an E-learning Program for Fostering Qualified Disease Management Nurses, Health, 7(8), 955-964, 2015
  32. Development and Evaluation of Disease Management Program and Service Framework for Patients with Chronic Diseases, Health, 7(6), 729-740, 2015

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Long-term evaluation of Disease Management Program(DMP) for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus(T2DM) patients using medical claim data: a retrospective cohort study, International Microsimulation Association 7th World Congress, 2019, Without Invitation, English
  2. Effects of an Advanced Case Management for Patients with Chronic Diseases - Preliminary Result -, Kana Kazawa, Kanae Osaki, Osamu hiramitsu, Weng Li, Hidemi Daikoku, Michiko Moriyama, 21th EAFONS& 11th INC, 2018/01/11, Without Invitation, English
  3. Analysis of the distribution of medical expenditure and disease structure in a super-aging society., Kazawa K, Iwamoto S, Moriyama M, 2017/03/28, Without Invitation, English
  4. Feasibility of IT-based self-management education method for patients with diabetic nephropathy: A qualitative study, Osaki K, Kazawa K, Moriyama M., The 20th East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars, 2017/03/10, Without Invitation, English, Hong Kong
  5. Discussion of the dynamics and action plans for the Japanese healthcare system and the care of elderly people aged 75 years or older., Kazawa K, Kanazawa T, Iwamoto S, Moriyama M., The 6th international conference on community health nursing research, 2015/08/21, Without Invitation, English, Seoul, Korea
  6. Evaluation of Advanced Case Management for the High Medical Dependent: A preliminary result., Kazawa K, Sato K, Hiramitsu O, Weng L, Maeno, S, Moriyama M., The 6th International Nursing Research Conference of World Academy of Nursing Science, 2020/02/28, Without Invitation, English

Social Activities

History as Peer Reviews of Academic Papers

  1. 2018, Japan Journal of Nursing Science, Others, Reviewer
  2. 2020, The Journal of Japan Academy of Diabetes Education and Nursing, Others