MAYUMI KAKO

Last Updated :2023/02/02

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences(Health Sciences), Associate Professor
Web Site
E-mail
mayumikahiroshima-u.ac.jp
Self-introduction
After I had nursing foundation education and some clinical work experience in Japan, I had studied from undergraduate (bridging course to be a RN in Australia) to doctoral course at Flinders University in Adelaide. I have been involved in disaster nursing and health since. While I was working at Flinders University, I had worked as a Consultant at WHO Kobe Centre to support the 3rd World Conference for Disaster Risk Reduction which was held in Sendai. I believe that it is more important to communicate each other from non-disaster period so that we can work better when it is a disaster situation. My key word is to work and collaborate GLOCAL.

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 2015/07, 2019/03, Flinders University, College of Nursing and Heath Sciences, Lecturer
  • 2009/03, 2014/03, Flinders University, Disaster Research Centre, Research Assistant
  • 2002/04, 2004/03, Kobe City College of Nursing, Nursing Management Laboratory, Instructor
  • 2014/07, 2015/07, WHO Centre for Health Development, Emergency Health Management, Consultant

Educational Backgrounds

  • Flinders University, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Doctor of Philosophy, Australia, 2004/03, 2008/12
  • Flinders University, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Master of Nursing, Australia, 2000/02, 2001/12
  • Flinders University, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Bachelor of Nursing, Australia, 1999/02, 1999/12
  • Kobe City Junior College of Nursing, Diploma of Nursing, Diploma of Nursing, Japan, 1991/04, 1994/03

Academic Degrees

  • Flinders University
  • Flinders University

In Charge of Primary Major Programs

  • Nursing

Research Fields

  • Medicine,dentistry, and pharmacy;Nursing;Community health nursing

Research Keywords

  • disaster nursing, disaster medicine, resilience, community, disaster risk reduction, Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, nursing education, community nursing, primary care nursing,

Affiliated Academic Societies

  • Japan Academy of Nursing Science
  • World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine, 2009/03
  • Japan Society of Disaster Nursing, 2019/09
  • Japanese Association for Disaster Medicine, 2019/09
  • Japan Primary Care Association, 2019/10

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 4Term, Human health and the society
  2. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, Intensive, Collaborative Online International Seminar A
  3. 2022, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Integrated Clinical Practice
  4. 2022, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Practicum in Community Nursing
  5. 2022, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, English for Health Sciences
  6. 2022, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Clinical Practicum in Community Nursing
  7. 2022, Undergraduate Education, Year, Graduate thesis
  8. 2022, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Global Health Nursing
  9. 2022, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Disaster medicine and nursing
  10. 2022, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Nursing in Global Health
  11. 2022, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, English for Health Sciences
  12. 2022, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Emergency Medicine and Risk Management
  13. 2022, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Emergency Medicine and Risk Management
  14. 2022, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, English for health sciences
  15. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Multidisciplinary Cooperation A
  16. 2022, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , 2Term, Multidisciplinary Cooperation B
  17. 2022, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Advanced Research Methodology in Health Science
  18. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Special Lecture on Nursing Education
  19. 2022, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Short-term Fieldwork

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Exploring Advanced Nursing Practice in Australian disasters: A scoping Review, Health Emergency and Disaster Nursing, 20230117
  2. Disaster Preparedness of Hiroshima Community Health Nurses: A Mixed-Method Study, SSRN, 20221129
  3. Establishing best practice for the implementation of evacuation centres for vulnerable populations: A comparative analysis of the Australian and Japanese experience, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction,, 79, 20220704
  4. Lived Experiences of COVID-19 Patients With Pulmonary Involvement: A Hermeneutic Phenomenology, CLINICAL NURSING RESEARCH, 31(4), 747-757, 202205
  5. Effect of a tailored multidimensional intervention on the care burden among family caregivers of stroke survivors: a randomised controlled trial, BMJ OPEN, 12(2), 202202
  6. Lived Experiences of COVID-19 Patients With Pulmonary Involvement: A Hermeneutic Phenomenology, Clinical Nursing Research, 1-11, 2022
  7. Lived experience of Womens wellbeing in the Cyclone Shelters of Coastal Bangladesh, Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 20220428
  8. Establishing Best Practice for the Implementation of Evacuation Centres for Vulnerable Populations: A Comparative Analysis of the Australian and Japanese Experience, SSRN Electronic Journal, 20211211
  9. Effect of a Tailored Multidimensional Intervention on the Care Burden among Family Caregivers of Stroke Survivors: A Randomised Controlled Trial, BMJ Open, 12:e049741, 20220107
  10. Understanding the experiences of women in disasters: lessons for emergency management planning, Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 37(1), 72-77, 20220101
  11. Ethical challenges of nurses related covid-19 pandemic in inpatient wards: an integrative review, Ethics, Medicine and Public Health, 2021
  12. Nurses' Roles in Nursing Disaster Model: A Systematic Scoping Review, Iranian Journal of Public Health, 20210430
  13. Shared decision-making for women facing an unplanned pregnancy: A qualitative study, Nurs Health Sci, 22(4), 1186-1196, 202012
  14. ★, Best practice for evacuation centres accommodating vulnerable populations: A literature review, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction
  15. Developing New Information Sheets for Evacuees and Evacuation Centers to be Used During All Natural Disaster Phases, PREHOSPITAL AND DISASTER MEDICINE, 35(6), 683-687, 202012
  16. Effect of a tailored multidimensional intervention on the care burden among family caregivers of stroke survivors: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial, BMJ Open, 10(12), 41637, 202012
  17. Shared decision-making for women facing an unplanned pregnancy: A qualitative study, NURSING & HEALTH SCIENCES, 22(4), 1186-1196, 202012
  18. Effect of a tailored multidimensional intervention on the care burden among family caregivers of stroke survivors: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial, BMJ OPEN, 10(12), 2020
  19. Nursing Students’ Roles and Experiences of Disasters in A Nursing School, Padjadjaran Nursing Journal (Jurnal Keperawatan Padjadjaran), 7(1), 38-48, 20190412
  20. The experience of older people in Japan four years after the tsunami., Collegian, 26(1), 125-131, 2018
  21. Existing approaches to chemical, biological and radiological and nuclear (CBRN) education and training for health professionals: Findings from an integrative literature review., Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 33(2), 182-190, 2018
  22. Experiences of civilian nurses in triage during the Iran-Iraq War: An oral history., Chinese Journal of Traumatology, 20(5), 288-292, 2017
  23. Experiences of the civilian Iranian operating room nurses: A historical survey of the Iran-Iraq war. Journal of Nursing and Midwifery Sciences, 3(1) pp. 41-51., Journal of Nursing and Midwifery Sciences, 3(1), 41-51, 2016
  24. ★, Spanish influenza of 1918-19: The extent and spread in South Australia., Australasian Epidemiologist, 22(1), 48-54, 2015
  25. Disaster survivors: A narrative approach towards emotional recovery, Emergency Management Australia, 29(2), 25-30, 2014
  26. Disaster health after the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 29(1), 54-59, 2014
  27. What was the role of nurses during the 2011 Great East Earthquake of Japan? An integrative review of the Japanese literature. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 29(3) pp. 275-279., Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 29(3), 275-279, 2014
  28. Arbon, P.A., Ranse, J., Cusack, L., Considine, J., Shaban, R., Woodman, R., et al. (2013). Australasian emergency nurses' willingness to attend work in a disaster: A survey., Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal, 16(2), 52-57, 2013
  29. Exploring staff willingness to attend work during a disaster: A study of nurses employed in four Australian emergency departments, Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal, 16(3), 103-109, 2013
  30. Medical relief for the 2011 Japan earthquake: A nursing account, Nursing and Health Sciences, 16(1), 26-30, 2013
  31. Literature review of disaster health research in Japan: Focusing on disaster nursing education, Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 27(2), 178-183, 2012
  32. Celebrating the end of school life: A pilot study., Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 27(1), 13-17, 2012
  33. A literature review of disaster nursing competencies in Japanese nursing journals., Collegian, 17(4), 161-173, 2010
  34. Piloting a mass gathering conceptual framework at an Adelaide Schoolies Festival., Collegian, 17(4), 183-191, 2010
  35. Volunteer experiences in community housing during the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, Japan., Nursing and Health Sciences, 11(4), 357-359, 2009
  36. Governing nursing: curriculum as a rhetorical vehicle using South Australian nursing schools from the 1950s onwards as an illustrative case, Contemporary Nurse, 30(2), 142-155, 2008
  37. Evidence of the effectiveness of aroma therapeutic abdominal massage, Kobe City College of Nursing Kiyo, 9, 113, 2005
  38. The study on nursing education and management topics in the bachelor education, Kobe City College of Nursing Partnership Research Outcome Report (Year 2003), 20040331
  39. National survey of the nursing educational topic in the Bachelor of Nursing curriculum, 看護学教育, 44(11), 1009-1014, 2004
  40. For the better nursing practice – the case of Australia, The Japanese Journal of Nursing Education, 45(10), 1009-1014, 2003
  41. An oral history of Japanese nursing: Voices of five senior nurses who have experienced nursing since the 1950s., Contemporary Nurse, 12(2), 176-184, 20020313

Publications such as books

  1. 2022/04/24, Disaster Nursing, Primary Health Care and Communication in Uncertainty, Disaster health in shelters in Japan, Springer Nature, 2022, 04, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Kako, M., Hutton, A., Kanbara, S., 978-3-030-98297-3, 4354
  2. 2021/11/01, Japan Primary Care Association Basic Training Handbook 3rd Edition., Disaster Medicine, N_anzando, 2021, 1101, Textbook, Joint work, 日本語, 978-4-525-20213-2, 425-431

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Progressing the international collaboration research: Learning from research activities with students from Bangladesh, Michiko Moriyama, Mayumi Kako, Md Moshiur Rahman, Yasmin Jahan, Zara Khair, Katm Ehsanul Huq,Habiba Shirin, Mohammad Habibur Rahman Sarker, Mohammad Niaz Morshed Khan, Aivey Sadia Alam,Mahabuba Afrin, Rokeya Akter, Popi Rani Bhowmik, Israth Jahan, Yoko Sato, Niru Samsunnahar, JANS42, 2022/12/03, Without Invitation, English, JANS42, Hiroshima
  2. The possibilities of COIL and learning experience from three countries in Africa, Mayumi Kako, Chie Teramoto and Yoko Shimpuku, JANS42, 2022/12/04, Without Invitation, Japanese, JANS42, Hiroshima
  3. Primary care in undergraduate nursing education: Global and the situation in Japan, Mayumi Kako, JANS42, 2022/12/04, With Invitation, Japanese, JANS42, Hiroshima
  4. EXPLORING THE POTENTIALS OF IMPROVING WOMENS WELLEBING IN CYCLONES BY STRENGTHENING COMMNUNITY RESILIENCE, Tazrina Chowdhury, Paul Arbon, Maliinda Steenkamp, Mayumi Kako, Kristine Gebbie, Australia Institute for Disaster Resilience, 2022/08/01, Without Invitation, English
  5. Systematically identifying and evaluating strategies for strengthening community and public health resilience, Benjamin J. Ryan, Alicia Fontenot, Mayumi Kako, Tim Hatch, Bryan Brooks,, National Environmental Health Association 2022 Annual Educational Conference, 2022/06/30, Without Invitation, English, National Environmental Health Association, Washington, USA
  6. Mental health care in disasters, 2022/06, Without Invitation, Japanese
  7. The survey of evacuation centre for vulnerable people:perspectives from local governments and facilities, Kako, M., The 27th Annual Meeting of Japanese Association for Disaster Medicine, 2022/03/04, Without Invitation, Japanese, The Japanese Association for Disaster Medicine, Hiroshima
  8. Follow up study to increase community nursing disaster preparedness in Hiroshima: Findings from Phase 2 study,, Mayumi Kako, The 23rd Annual Conference of Japan Society of Disaster Nursing, 2021/09/04, Without Invitation, Japanese, The Japan Society of Disaster Nursing, Online
  9. Qualitative study of disaster relief nurses experience: A report from 2018 Hiroshima Torrential rain disaster, Saori Terada, Mayumi Kako, The 22nd Annual Conference for Japan Society of Disaster Nursing, 2020/09, Without Invitation, Japanese, Japan Society of Disaster Nursing, Hiroshima
  10. Follow up study to increase community nursing disaster preparedness in Hiroshima: Findings from Phase 1 study, oral presentation, Kako, M., Japan Disaster Nursing Society Annual Conference, 2020/09, Without Invitation, Japanese, Japan Disaster Nursing Society, Online
  11. The role of nursing professions in communities stakeholders collaboration to promote disaster risk reduction, Kako, M., Harada, N., Fujii, E., and Cho, Y.,, Japan Disaster Nursing Society Annual Conference, 2020/09, Without Invitation, Japanese, Japan Disaster Nursing Society, Online
  12. A reflective study of Hiroshima torrential rain and mass movement disaster: Relief activities of DHEAT, Mayumi Kako, The 25th Annual Meeting of Japanese Association for Disaster Medicine, 2020/02/20, Without Invitation, Japanese, Japan Association for Disaster Medicine, Kobe Japan
  13. Quality of healthcare services provided in disaster shelters: An integrative literature review in Japanese professional literature, Kako, M., Kanbara, S., Hutton, A., Veenema, T., Kako, M., Kanbara, S., Hutton, A., Veenema, T., ICN Congress, 2019/06, Without Invitation, English, International Council for Nurses, Singapore
  14. The diverse nurse's role in Australian primary health care system, WONCA Asia Pacific Regional Conference, 2019/05/17, With Invitation, English, World Organization for Family Doctors, Kyoto
  15. Discovering best practice establishing evacuation centres for vulnerable populations: findings from Australia and Japan, Kako, M., Steenkamp, M., Arbon, P.A., Ryan, B.J. and Takada, Y., Kako, M., Steenkamp, M., Arbon, P.A., Ryan, B.J. and Takada, Y., WADEM congress, 2019/05, Without Invitation, English, World Association for Disaster Emergency Medicine, Brisbane, Australia
  16. Discovering best practice for establishing evacuation centres for vulnerable populations: findings from an Australian pilot study, Kako, M., Steenkamp, M., Arbon, P.A., Ryan, B.J. and Takada, Y., Kako, M., Steenkamp, M., Arbon, P.A., Ryan, B.J. and Takada, Y., WADEM congress, 2019/05, Without Invitation, English, World Associaiotn for Disaster Emergency Medicine, Brisbane, Australia
  17. Exploring Health Challenges of South Asian Women at the Evacuation Centers after Disasters, Chowdhury,T., Arbon, P., Steenkamp, M., Kako, M., Gebbie, K., Chowdhury,T., Arbon, P., Steenkamp, M., Kako, M., Gebbie, K., WADEM Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine 2019, 2019/05, Without Invitation, English, World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Brisbane, Australia
  18. Discovering best practice for the implementation of evacuation centers for vulnerable populations: Findings from a Japanese pilot study., Kako, M., Takada, Y., Arbon, P.A., Steenkamp, M. and Ryan, B.J., Kako, M., Takada, Y., Arbon, P.A., Steenkamp, M. and Ryan, B.J., WADEM Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, 2017/05, Without Invitation, English, World Association for Disaster Emergency Medicine, Toronto, Canada
  19. Long term effects for older people after relocation following the 2011 disaster in Japan, Kako, M., Mayner, L., Ikeda, S. and Kurosawa, K., Kako, M., Mayner, L., Ikeda, S. and Kurosawa, K., International Federation on Ageing (IFA) 13th Global Conference., 2016/06, Without Invitation, English, International Federation on Ageing (IFA), Brisbane, Australia
  20. Literature review on health for older people., Ikeda, S., Kako, M. and Kazuko, K., Ikeda, S., Kako, M. and Kazuko, K., 19th EAFONS (East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars), 2016/03, Without Invitation, English, EAFONS (East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars), Chiba, Japan
  21. The need for psycho-social support for older women in Japan during the recovery phase., Kako, M. and Mayner, L., Kako, M. and Mayner, L., UNISDR Science and Technology Conference on the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction., 2016/01, Without Invitation, English, UNISDR, Geneva, Switzerland.
  22. Barriers that prevent Japanese older people feeling they belong to a new community after a disaster and relocation., Kako, M. and Mayner, L., Kako, M. and Mayner, L., 19th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine., 2015/05, Without Invitation, Japanese, World Associaiton for Disaster Emergency Medicine, Cape Town, South Africa.
  23. “Creating resilience society and community for ageing society in disaster situations”, Mayumi Kako, WHO Kobe Centre (WKC) Forum Ageing society and disaster: report form global perspective, 2015/02/20, With Invitation, Japanese, WHO Kobe Centre, Kobe
  24. “Actions for recovery”, how can the lessons of Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake further inform the strategies and actions implementing the recovery component of Post 2015 Framework for DRR?, Mayumi Kako, International Recovery Platform (IRP)’ s International Recovery Forum 2015, 2015/01/16, With Invitation, English, International Recovery Platform, Kobe
  25. The use of oral history to preserve community disaster experiences: is there an ethically optimum time to conduct oral history?, Kako, M., The Biennial National Conference of the Oral History Association of Australia & the 21st State History Conference., 2013/09, With Invitation, English, The Oral History Association of Australia, Adelaide, Australia
  26. The occupational risk factor of musclosketal disorders among registered nurses and care workers in Japan, Yasuda, J., Oono, M., Okawa, M., Henmi, C., Kako, M. and Tsuruya, K., Yasuda, J., Oono, M., Okawa, M., Henmi, C., Kako, M. and Tsuruya, K., International Council of Nurses 25th Quadrennial Congress., 2013/05, Without Invitation, English, International Council of Nurses, Melbourne, Australia
  27. The role of nurses during the Spanish flu in South Australia, Kako, M. and Arbon, P., Kako, M. and Arbon, P., International Council of Nurses 25th Quadrennial Congress., 2013/05, Without Invitation, English, International Council of Nurses, Melbourne, Australia
  28. The history of overseas nurses in Australia., Kako, M., The Sixth Conference for the Asian Society for the History of Medicine, 2012/12/13, With Invitation, Japanese, The Asian Society for the History of Medicine, Yokohama, published
  29. To work or not to work: An analysis of the willingness of Australian emergency nurses to respond to a disaster, Bahnisch, L.V., Arbon, P., Cusack, L., Ranse, J., Shaban, R., Considine, J., Michell, B., Hammad, K., Kako, M. and Woodman, R., The 9th International Conference for Emergency Nurses., 2011/09, Without Invitation, English, preprint
  30. Understanding the willingness of Australian emergency nurses to respond to a health care disaster., Ranse, J., Arbon, P., Shaban, R., Considine, J., Mitchell, B., Hammad, K., Cusack, L., Kako, M., Bahnishch, L., 8th International Conference for Emergency Nurses, 2010/10, Without Invitation, English, Australasian Emergency Nursing Association, Adelaide, Australia
  31. Tools of thinking; Intertextuality within discourse analysis in nursing historical research., Kako, M. and Rudge, T., The International Perspectives in the History of Nursing Conference., 2010/09, With Invitation, English, University of London, University of London, Egham, Surrey, England, published
  32. Evaluating the influential factors in mass gathering casualty presentation characteristics - World Youth Day, Sydney, Australia 2008., Ranse, J., Arbon, P.A. and Kako, M., 7th International Conference for Emergency Nurses, 2009/10, Without Invitation, English, Australasian Emergency Nursing Association, Canberra, preprint
  33. Literature review of disaster health research in Japan. In Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, Kako, M. and Mitani, S., 16th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine., 2009/05, Without Invitation, English, World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Victoria, Canada, preprint
  34. A literature review of disaster nursing competencies in Japanese nursing journals., Kako, M. and Mitani, S., 16th world congress on disaster and emergency medicine., 2009/05, Without Invitation, English, World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Canada, Victoria, preprint
  35. Who decides nursing professionality?: The growth of governmentality in nursing professionality since the 1950s., Kako, M., In Borders, boundaries and political context in nursing and health care history, CAHN/ACHN International Nursing History Conference., 2008/06/05, Without Invitation, English, Canadian Association for the History of Nursing/Association canadienne pour l’histoire du Nursing, Toronto University

External Funds

Acceptance Results of Competitive Funds

  1. WHO Centre for Health Development Research Project, Systematically identifying and evaluating strategies for strengthening community resilience across multiple communities and countries, 2021/05, 2023/05
  2. Kanen Kiban C, Program development to promote primary health care nursing specialisation, 2021/04, 2024/03
  3. Univail Research Grant, A study to develop a model case of evacuation centre for vulnerable people in Hiroshima, 2020/11, 2021/11
  4. Kaken Start Up Grant, A follow up study of community nursing station in Hiroshima, 2019/10, 2021/03

Social Activities

History as Committee Members

  1. Chair of Programme Committee, 2021/09, 2022/12, Japan Academiy of Nursing Science
  2. Chair of Programme Committee, 2021/09, 2022/12, Japan Academiy of Nursing Science
  3. Disaster Medicine System Committee, 2020/08, 2022/08, Japan Primary Care Association
  4. Disaster Medicine System Committee, 2020/08, 2022/08, Japan Primary Care Association
  5. Nursing Special Interest Group (SIG), 2019/05, 2021/05, World Association for Disaster Emergency Medicine
  6. The 22nd Annual Conference of Japan Society of Disaster Nursing Program Committee, 2019/09, 2020/09, Japan Society of Disaster Nursing

Other Social Contributions

  1. Disaster happens unexpectedly - What can we do as from Hiroshima, What can we see if you understand a disaster from the phase perspective, Hiroshima University, Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine, 2022/07/03, 2022/07/17, Hiroshima University, Kasumi Campus, Lecturer, Seminar or workshop, General
  2. Newspaper Chugoku, Prolonging raining, how will you maintain older peoples health?, Chugoku Newspaper, 2021/08/19, Media coverage cooperation, Newspaper or magazine, General
  3. Hiroshima City Community Disaster Risk Reduction Officer Follow Up semina in 2021, Let's discuss disaster evacuation centres, Hiroshima City Disaster Risk Management Section, Hiroshima City Community Disaster Risk Reduction Officer Follow Up semina in 2021, 2021/03/21, Hiroshima City, TV or radio appearance, Seminar or workshop, General
  4. Discuss various evacuation approaches for people living in communities, Discuss various evacuation approaches for people living in communities, Program Supporting womens empowerment to participate Disaster Risk Reduction, 2021/02/11, 2021/02/11, Hiroshima (Online), Presenter, Seminar or workshop, General
  5. The 13th KidsSmile Meeting, Lets protect childrens places in disaster situations, 2021/06/23, Online, Lecturer, Seminar or workshop, Teachers
  6. Bosai (Disaster Risk Reduction) Interview Vol. 183, Community health and DRR - empowerment from community, Bosai Japan, 2020/11, Online, Informant, TV or radio program, General
  7. Primary care nursing advanced session, With COVID19 infection control and disasters, learning about the primary health care nursing from flooding disaster relief, what is the inter-professional health cooperation?, Japan Primary Health Care Association, Lecturer, Seminar or workshop, Scientific organization
  8. 2020 Online Bosai Kokutai, Hiroshima University Disaster Risk Reduction Centre, What is the best practice to protect vulnerable population in a disaster situation?, Bosai Japan, Cabinet of Japan, 2020/10, Online, Informant, Seminar or workshop, Civic organization
  9. Supporting the women's participation in Disaster Risk Reduction Activities: What is the effective program?, International Disaster Nursing, 2020/02/11, 2020/02/11, Hiroshima, Planner, Seminar or workshop, General
  10. Third UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction Public Forum, Protecting peoples health from disaster risk, World Health Organization, 2015/03/17, Tohoku University Multimedia Hall, Planner, Meeting or assembly, Governmental agency

History as Peer Reviews of Academic Papers

  1. 2022, Disaster Medicine and Publich Health Preparedness, Editor, Associate Editor
  2. 2021, Disaster Medicine and Publich Health Preparedness, Editor, Associate Editor
  3. 2020, Disaster Medicine and Publich Health Preparedness, Others, Peer reviwer, 3
  4. 2020, Sage Open, Others, Peer Reviewer, 1
  5. 2019, Nursing & Health Sciences, Others, Reviewer, 11
  6. 2019, Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, Others, Peer reviewer, 6
  7. 2010, Nursing Inquiry, Others, Peer reviewer, 12
  8. 2018, Health Emergency and Disaster Nursing, Others, Peer Reviewer, 1
  9. 2019, Australia and New Zealand Emergency Management Conference, Others, Abstract peer reviewer, 1
  10. 2017, The Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine, Others, Peer reviewer, 2
  11. 2019, African Journal of Reproductive Health, Others, Peer reviewer, 1