Teikyo University Graduate School of Public Health

Teikyo University Graduate School of Public Health
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Two major annual global events open to public, Teikyo International Summer School and Harvard Special Session will be held in July, 2019 and January, 2020, respectively. See you at the forthcoming sessions!

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  • Teikyo International Summer School 2019

    6 June 2019
    Important documents for the 3rd Teikyo International Summer School (Teikyo International Summer School 2019) are now available.

    - Application form for TIS2019
    - Application guideline for TIS2019



  • Activity of faculty member

    3 June, 2019
    On 1 June 2019, a seminar for TV and radio writers was held, which was coordinated by Dr Mio Kato. Dr Arisa Yamaguchi, a pediatrician gave a lecture about child abuse.
    https://www.hosakkyo2012.jp/放作協-特別セミナー-new/6-1子ども時代の経験が人生に与える影響/

  • Career seminar 2019

    3 June 2019
    The 3rd career seminar will be held at Itabashi Campus. We will invite Dr Sakano from public health center of Kita-ku, Tokyo.

    Date:18 June 2019, 18:15-19:15
    Venue:University building, 6th floor, Room 606
    Tile:Front line of public health administration: how public health centers have changed
    Lecturer:Dr Shoji Sakano (Kita city Public Health Center, Tokyo)


  • Activity of faculty member

    3 June 2019
    On 31 May 2019, a symposium was held by 5 professional schools of public health in Japan. Dr Yoshiharu Fukuda, professor and dean of SPH presented and joined in the discussions about educations at SPH. The details are here (in Japanese).

  • Entrance examination for fiscal year 2020

    3 June 2019
    Important date relating to entrance exam for fiscal year 2020 have been fixed. We decided to continue to employ rolling admission to select MPH and DrPH candidates. Important documents (in Japanese) will be available in late of June, 2019 after confirmation.


  • Activity of faculty member

    3 June 2019
    Dr Keisuke Kuwahara won the 4th paper award for early career professionals at the The 92nd Annual Meeting of Japan Society for Occupational Health, Nagoya, Japan.

    He and his colleagues reported combined associatoin of long working hours and sleep deprivation with risk of type 2 diabetes among Japanese workers.
    https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jea/28/7/28_JE20170024/_article/-char/en

    Kuwahara K, et al.
    Sleep duration modifies the association of overtime work with risk of developing type 2 diabetes: Japan Epidemiology Collaboration on Occupational Health Study.
    J Epidemiol 2018; 28: 336-340.

  • Activity of OH program alumni

    3 June 2019
    Ms Mamiko Suzuki, alumni of Occupational health program published a paper on factors associated with hospital visit after annual health examination.

    Suzuki M, Sakai H, Fukuda Y. Factors leading to consultation at medical institutions based on workplace health checkup results.
    Japanese Journal of Occupational Health, in press [More information]


  • Activity of MPH alumni

    3 June 2019
    Dr Shinichi Wada, MPH alumni, published a paper on long-term process about recovery of self-leadership among patients with disabilities.

    Wada S, Hasegawa M. The long-term process of recovering self-leadership in patients with disabilities due to acquired brain injury.
    Japanese Journal of Comprehensive Rehabilitation Science. 19: 29-36, 2019 (May) [More information]

    His comment about the article is here (in Japanese).

  • Career seminar 2019

    3 June 2019
    The 2nd career seminar was held at Itabashi Campus.

    Date:30 May 2019, 16:30-17:45
    Venue: University building, 5th floor, Room 504
    Title: How to address vaccine hesitancy
    Lecturer:Dr Makoto Fujimori, MPH alumni and pediatrician


    Dr Fujimori, pediatrician and MPH alumni, gave a lecture on vaccine hesitancy, which WHO selected as one of the 10 threats in 2019.
    https://www.who.int/emergencies/ten-threats-to-global-health-in-2019

  • Faculty member

    3 June 2019
    Dr Katsuhiko Shibuya (previously he worked at LINE Corporation as occupational physician) started to work at Teikyo SPH as lecturer.

  • Activity of faculty member

    3 June 2019
    15 April 2019, Dr Yoshiharu Fukuda, professor and dean, gave a lecture on behavioral economic approach to populations which are not interested in health. The details are here (in Japanese).

  • Activity of DrPH candidate

    2019年4月24日 
    From 15 to 17 April 2019, Dr Akihiko Ozaki and his colleagues invited UK researchers to Fukushima and held a workshop on disaster (Health, Risk, Disaster [HeaRD]: Social Science and Post-Disaster Community Reconstruction). This work was supported by Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) in UK.

    They are going to hold another workshop or symposium in July in Edinburgh.

    Group photo


  • Campus visit with an admission presentation in summer


    SPH staffs will host prospective students on 6 July, 2019 at Itabashi Campus.

    Campus visit will consist of an admission presentation, a guided campus walking tour, and social gathering.

    Date: July 6, 2019 (Sat), 9:30-12:30 [Reception starts 9:00]
    Place:Classroom 504, 5nd floor of Main building, Teikyo University Itabashi Campus
     [Access] [Campus map]

    【Topics (tentative)】
    ・Summary and strengths of Teikyo SPH
    ・Education in master degree program
    ・Education in doctoral degree program
    ・Entrance examination(MPH / DrPH)
    ・Presentation about Campus life by Teikyo SPH students
    ・Talk by Teikyo SPH alumni
    ・Others


    Application can be done from the following web page (in Japanese).
    Click Here

    Announcement:






    Photos from the campus visit in July 2018 at Itabashi Campus







    Presentation by alumni of MPH program


    Presentation by alumni of DrPH program


    Presentation by current students in MPH and DrPH programs

  • Activity of MPH & DrPH alumni

    3 June, 2019
    Ms Sayoko Morioka, MPH alumni and Dr Yuriko Togita, MPH & DrPH alumni, won the fund from Japan Academy of Occupational Health Nursing, respectively. The details are here (in Japanese).

  • Activity of faculty member

    3 June, 2019
    13 April, 2019, a seminar for TV and radio writers was held, which was coordinated by Dr Mio Kato. Adjunct associate professor Kiyotaka Watanabe (Oncologist) gave a lecture about cancer treatment.
    https://www.hosakkyo2012.jp/放作協-特別セミナー-new/4-13がんと向き合うときドラマが始まる/

  • Activities of faculty member and DrPH/MPH students

    3 June, 2019
    Dr Yoshiharu Fukuda, professor and dean of SPH, has engaged in tobacco prevention program targeting first-year undergraduate students. He offers educational opportunities to MPH and DrPH students to give lectures on smoking prevention for undergraduate students. This year, Ms Hiroko Saitoh, Runa Ogawa, both are DrPH candidates, and Dr Kenta Suzuki, occupational physician and MPH candidate, gave the lectures.

    Lecture by Dr Suzuki




  • Career seminar 2019

    3 June, 2019
    On 18 April 2019, the 1st career seminar in fiscal year 2019 was held at Itabashi Campus.

    1st SPH career seminar

    TitleCareer support for medical and health professionals
    Date Thursday, 18 April, 2019, 16:30 - 17:00 12:15-12:45
    Venue University building, 5th floor, Room 504
    Lecturer Mr Sekiguchi(Medical Principle Co., Ltd.)


  • SPH research meeting for community health

    3 June, 2019
    On 30 April, 2019, the 4th research meeting for community health was held at Itabashi Campus.
  • Academic meeting

    9 April 2019
    On 5th April, 2019, faculty members and students at Taipei Medical University visited Teikyo University Graduate School of Public Health. Students from Taipei Medical University gave presentations on various topics including smart home, palliative care, and nutrition and discussed with students at Teikyo SPH actively.





  • Guidance for students in fiscal year 2019

    9 April 2019
    On 3rd April, 2019, a guidance for students in 2019 was held, with welcoming new 29 MPH students and 8 DrPH students.

  • Activity of faculty member and MPH alumni

    9 April 2019
    Professor and Dean Yoshiharu Fukuda will provide a series of articles on an application of behavioral approach to health promotion in a journal by Japan Health Promotion & Fitness Foundation. The latest volume may appear in this page (in Japanese). Also, MPH alumni Dr Hiroshi Murayama also (The University of Tokyo) provided an article on social capital and health in the journal published in this April.

  • Activity of faculty member

    9 April 2019
    Professor and Dean Yoshiharu Fukuda provided some comments on a behavioral economics approach to health promotion relating to the legacy of Games of the XXXII Olympiad and Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.


  • Activity of faculty member

    9 April 2019
    A report on lecture series for community building in which Professor Hideki Yamamoto involved was published. The report is here (in Japanese).

  • Syllabi for fiscal year 2019

    23 March 2019
    Syllabi for MPH and DrPH programs in fiscal year 2019 are available from: http://www.med.teikyo-u.ac.jp/graduate_school_syllabus/

  • SPH research meeting for community health

    23 March 2019
    SPH research meeting group for community health conducted the 2nd study tour to Namie-machi on 16-17 March, 2019, 8-years after the earthquake disaster.
    As the 1st study tour, the group visited Hiroshima on 6 August, 2018, the day atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, and they thought about the relationship between disaster area with nuclear power plant and the the power plant.
    At the present tour, the group visited three sites which would be a key for the current state of disater area: Radioactive waste disposal site in Tomioka-machi by Ministry of the Environment, TEPCO Decommissioning Archive Center, and NPO Jin, which makes a proift by greenhouse cultivation of Turkey bellflower etc in Namie-machi.
     On the second day, the group made Japanese meals and confectionery to cheer for a long-distance relay from Minamisoma to Namie-machi. Ms Sachiko Yoshida, who completed MPH program in 2018 and has worked in the town office of Namie-machi coordinated this tour.
     The group is planning to hold the 3rd study tour; please contact to the representative of this group if interested in.

    Contact: Representative Junko SAKURAI jsakurai@keio.jp
    * Title of the email should be "Teikyo SPH community health research meeting"

    Radioactive waste disposal site in Fukushima






    TEPCO Decommissioning Archive Center




    NPO Jin


    Making Japanese confectionery




    Cheer for runners in the 3rd memorial long-distance relay in Fukushima


  • MPH's thesis in fiscal year 2018

    23 March 2019
    Many interesting researches were performed during MPH program.

    Challeges for behavioral change

    Improvement diet in a canteen of a food manufacturing company: A step to the health and productivity management.

    Association between long working hours, belief and knowledge for healthy eating, and dietary behavior among male white-collar workers: How do we promote healthy eating?

    Development and evaluation of cervical cancer prevention enlightenment program for college students.

    Challenges in clinical settings

    The Effect of Intraoperative Hypotension on Postoperative Acute Kidney Injury: Perioperative management contributes to individual health and social benefits.

    Study toward establishing effective posting of the emergency medical resource: Mortality risks associated with emergency admissions during night and holidays in trauma patients.

    Relationship between workload of nursing and nosocomial MRSA detection in a Japanese university hospital.

    Risk factors of late-onset postoperative vascular prosthetic infection in the cardiovascular surgical patients.

    The risk factors associated with chronic post-surgical pain after one-year breast cancer surger: Retrospective database case-control study

    Is the risk that weight gain causes lifestyle diseases different in degree of obesity? Towards effective health guidance according to the target.

    Development and validation of Prediction Model in Health-related Quality of Life after Total Knee Arthroplasty.

    Challenges for elderly and community

    Emergency Transportation and End-of-Life Care at Geriatric Health Services Facilities: From a Viewpoint of Approach for Homecare Support/Return-to-Home.

    Are community-based integrated care systems sustainable? Characteristics of Elderly Livelihood Supporters in Japan.

    Challenges for medications

    Cross-sectional Survey on Key Knowledge and Skills for Evidence Creation in Pharmaceutical Industry.

    Comparison of influence of diabetes on fracture in Japanese women with osteoporosis between different classes of drugs: retrospective analysis of a hospital claims database.

    Painkiller prescription practice for the elderly and a draft of measures for potentially inappropriate prescription in Nagasaki Prefecture.

    Challenges for global health

    Relationship between complementary food and Stunting in Antsirabe area, Madagascar.

    Nutritional analysis of the increasing non-communicable diseases in rural Malawi: A cross-sectional study of the dietary intake for hypertensive and diabetic patients at Karonga DHO.

    Retrospective Cohort Study on Independence Support for Persons with Disability in Pakistan: A review of Independent Program Implemented by Local NGO.

    An explosion of approach to improve access to pediatric surgical patients to the provincial hospital in Kratie province, Cambodia: Through make checklist which shows symptoms of pediatric surgery target disease.

    Assessment of Health Access post earthquake 2015 in the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal: Toward realization of universal health coverage.

    Infectious disease prevention for volunteers in international mass gathering events: For university student volunteers in Games of the XXXII Olympiad(2020/Tokyo).

    Challenges by pharmacy practitioners

    Study on hygiene management in disaster shelters by the pharmacists.

    For countermeasures against natural disasters

    Glycemic control of diabetic patients immediately after the Great East Japan Earthquake: toward the improvement of manuals for practitioners


  • Commencement ceremony fiscal year 2018

    24 March, 2019
    On Sunday, 17 March, 2019, commencement ceremony for programs on Master of Public Health, Doctor of Public Health, and Occupational Health was held at Itabashi Campus.
    As the final outcome of each program, many interesting researches were performed as a part of their professoinal works.
    We hope SPH alumni will further develp their knowledges, skills, competencies, and networks obtained during programs and will lead each field for a healthier world.




  • Activity of MPH alumni

    15 March 2019
    Mr Eichi Takahashi, MPH alumni, appears in the pamphlet issued by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
    The article is here (in Japanese).

  • Activity of faculty member and DrPH alumni

    15 March 2019
    Professor Kenzo Takahashi and DrPH alumni Dr Kyoko Sudo participated in the meeting on the collaboration betweeen ASEAN Institute for Health Development, Mahidol University and Teikyo University.
    The article is here.


  • Guidance for current students in 2019

    15 March 2019
    Wednesday, 3 April, 2019, guidance for all current students will be held at Itabashi Campus.
    Prof. Stuart Corbridge, Vice-Chancellor and Warden, Durham University, will give special lecture.


  • Occupational health program

    15 March 2019
    on 17 and 20 March, 2019, guidance and brief review of basic epidemiology and biostatistics will be held at Itabashi campus.

  • News

    15 March 2019
    We have started Twitter; let's follow us https://twitter.com/Teikyo_SPH

  • Research meeting

    15 March 2019
    Sunday, 17 February, 2019, the 3rd research meeting of Teikyo SPH community health was held at Itabashi Campus.
    Mr Takuya Yamada, MPH student, gave a presentation on the preventive care program for elderly, Ms Kayako Chishima, also MPH student, gave a presentation on medicine and health right after the disaster, and Ms Yuki Naganuma, DrPH candidate, gave a presentation on health education program for late adolesents.

    Presentation by Ms Chishima


  • Activity of current student

    15 March 2019
    Sunday, 20 January, 2019, Ms Kiyomi Kasuga, MPH student, gave a presentation on health promoting program within a company at the forum sponsored by Nagano Prefecture. The details are here (in Japanese).


  • Activity of faculty member

    15 March 2019
    Saturday, 26 January, 2019, Associate Professor Mio Kato coordinated a seminar for writers sponsored by Television and Radio Writers' Association of Japan. Professor Yoshinori Nakata gave a presentation as an active anesthesiologist.
    The details are here (in Japanese)Announcement (in Japanese).


  • Activity of faculty member

    15 March 2019
    Friday, 8 March, 2019, Professor Kazue Yamaoka gave a lecture on the basics of logistic regression analysis using SAS.
    The details are here (in Japanese).


  • Activity of faculty member

    15 March 2019
    Saturday, 23 March, 2019, A kickoff meeting for the establishment of network for SDGs at Itabashi, in which Professor Hideki Yamamoto involves, will be held at Itabashi Culture Hall/
    The details are here (in Japanese).


  • Activity of faculty member

    15 March 2019
    Saturday, 2 February, 2019, Professor Kenzo Takahashi gave a lecture on advertisement and health held at Sagamihara Kyodo Hospital in Kanagawa prefecture.
    The details are here (in Japanese).


  • Activity of faculty member

    15 March 2019
    Wednesday, 12 December, 2018, Dean adn Professor Yoshiharu Fukuda gave a lecture on health examination and health guidance sponsored by Hiroshima Prefecture National Health Insurance Organization
    The details are here (in Japapense).


  • Activity of faculty member

    15 March 2019
    Wednesday, 12 December, 2018, Dean adn Professor Yoshiharu Fukuda involed in the workshop on health research by Pfizer Health Research Foundation in Tokyo.
    The details are here (in Japanese).


  • Activity of faculty member

    15 March 2019
    Friday, 12 October, 2018, Dean adn Professor Fukuda gave a lecture sponsored by NAC Co., Ltd. His lecture covedred an evaluation and readjustment of health management plan
    The details are here (in Japanese).


  • Activity of faculty member

    15 March 2019
    Friday, 29 June, 2018, Professor Hideki Yamamoto gave a lecture for alumni of Okayama university.
    The details are here (in Japanese).


  • Activity of current SPH student and alumni

    15 March 2019
    Mr Takuya Yamada, PT and Ms Mariko Irie, MPH respectively gave a presentation at the 33rd annual meeting of the Japan Association for International Health held in Tokyo.

    Irie Mariko, Fukuda Yoshiharu, Yamamoto Hideki.
    日本語学校留学生の保健行動と社会的文化適応について:B型肝炎に注目して.
    The 33rd Annual Meeting of the Japan Association for International Health, Tokyo, December, 2018.

    Yamada Takuya, Sakisaka Kayako, Lady Nayibe Bermudez Rodriguez, Oliva Moreno Gutierrez, Mary Cruz Giraldo Gomez.
    南米コロンビア共和国紛争地下にあった2つの農村地域に暮らす紛争被害者を含む障害者の生活状況と社会経済的状況に関する研究.
    The 33rd Annual Meeting of the Japan Association for International Health, Tokyo, December, 2018.


  • Pubilcation

    12 February, 2019
    Publication list has been updated [2019, 2018].

  • The 8th Harvard Special Session

    2 February, 2019
    As the last course of Harvard Special Session 2019 at Teikyo University, Professor Ichiro Kawachi gave a 4-days lecture on behavioral science / social epidemiology. The photos on the session can be found our Facebook page (in Japanese).

    We are planning to hold the 9th Harvard Special Session in 2020 at Teikyo university. See you at next sessions!












  • The 8th Harvard Special Session

    24 January, 2019
    As the 4th course of Harvard Special Session 2019 at Teikyo University, Professor Philippe Grandjean gave a 4-days lecture on envirinmental and occupational health. The photos on the session can be found our Facebook page (in Japanese).













  • The 8th Harvard Special Session

    24 January, 2019
    As the 3rd course of Harvard Special Session 2019 at Teikyo University, Professor Alastair Gray gave a 4-days lecture on health economics. The photos on the session can be found our Facebook page (in Japanese).










  • The 8th Harvard Special Session

    18 January, 2019
    As the 2nd lecture course of Harvard Special Session 2019 at Teikyo University, Professor Murray Mittleman gave a 4-days lecture on basic epidemiology covering causal inference and study designs. The photos on the session can be found our Facebook page (in Japanese).










  • The 8th Harvard Special Session

    12 January, 2019
    As the 1st lecture course of Harvard Special Session 2019, Professor Garrett Fitzmaurice gave a 4-days lecture on longitudional data analysis. The photos on that session can be found our Facebook page (in Japanese).










  • Faculty member's activity

    10 January, 2019
    A letter on perceived barriers against career progression aong early career epidemiologists from around the world has been published in Journal of Epidemiology. This letter is a product by a collaborative team from Japan Young Epidemiologists Network, of which Dr Kuwahara is a co-representative, and Early Career Epidemiologists group from International Epidemiological Association.
    The letter is here.



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