Japanese | Minato Nakazawa


Latest update on 12 May, 2017 (Fri).

Lectures at Kobe University (in the fiscal year 2017)
CourseSemesterStudentsRoomDay and TimeMisc.
International infectious diseases (ref)first, intensiveMT4F306Monday, 3, 4Mainly by Assoc. Prof. Kameoka
Infectious diseases study special lecture (handout, SIR model R code)firstMaster GSHSE802Mon, 6Organized by Assoc. Prof. Iriko
Environment, Food and Industrial HygienefirstMT2B202Monday, 4Partly done by Assoc. Prof. Iriko
International Information SearchfirstMT4B202Tue, 1Introduction to "How to do review work"
Health administrationfirstNs 2, MT, PT, OT 3D201Tue, 2
Health statistics special lecture (ref(J))firstM1 (public health nurse course)E701Tuesday, 4Taking a part
Disaster health(taking in part (handout in Japanese)firstNs 2, MT, PT, OT 3D201Wed, 3Organized by Prof. Takada
Evidence based health care special lecture I (ref)firstAll Master GSHS (+all doctoral GSHS)D101Wednesday, 6Partly done by Assoc. Prof. Komai and Guest Lecturer Dr. Sumida as summer intensive class, given in Japanese. The doctoral students who first learn statistics can join this course.
Public health special lecture I, II (ref)firstIG1-5GSICS206Thursday, 1-2Together with GSICS students
Demography Special Lecture I, II (ref) firstIG1-5GSICS206Thursday, 3
Medical Anthropology Special Lecture I, II (ref) firstIG1-5GSICS206Thursday, 4
Medical health statistics and epidemiology special lecture II (ref)firstAll doctoral GSHSE802, (+E803)(Intensive)Assoc. Prof. Koichiro Komai takes part of the lecture. This class will be held as very short summer school for the 3 days (3rd to 5th August 2017).
Public Health (School of Medicine)firstUndergrad. Med.2nd Lecture Hall, Kusunoki CampusMay 12, 2017, 3"Epidemiologic Transition and Double Burden under Globalizaion"

International health (ref(J)secondAll 2D201Monday, 1Taking in part
Information analysis of medical technologysecondMT4D201Monday, 1-2Taking in part (handout in Japanese, ROC calculation worksheet in Japanese)
Public healthsecondN2B201Monday, 3
Practice of public health (ref in Japanese)secondMT2F306, E503, E701, E702, etc.Tuesday, 4-5Supported by TAs and Assistant Professor Hasegawa
Public Health Seminar I, II (ref)secondIG1-5GSICS206Thursday, 1-2Together with GSICS students
Epidemiology Special Lecture I, II(ref)secondIG1-5
GSICS206Thursday, 3Together with GSICS students
Environmental Health Special Lecture I, II (ref)secondIG1-5GSICS206Thursday, 4
* Rooms may change.
* Lecture handout of "Fight against PHEIC including (r)emerging infectious diseases" in Omnibus Education Program of Current Japan "Risk beyond borders" class
Guest lecture in Hokkado University
International Health
Guest lecture in the University of Tokyo
Demography (1) Birth: presentation 2003 [pdf] [J], presentation 2004 [pdf] [J], handout 2004 [pdf] [J]
Demography (2) Disease: Disease and Population [J]
Demography (3) Mathematical Models: Mathematical Demography [J]
Demography (4) Death: handout (modified) 2009 [pdf] [J]
Environmental Health (1) Environmental Risk Assessment and Management: presentation [pdf] [J] | handout (2009) [pdf] [J]
Environmental Health (2) Adaptation to Disease with special reference to malaria: handout [pdf] [J]
handout for both (1) and (2) in 2014
Guest lecture in Gunma University Graduate School of Medicine (Summer, Intensive course)
Medical statistics [J]
Disappeared classes in Kobe University:
Gunma University:
TCUE lecture when I was the a research associate at the Univ. Tokyo: social research [J] | social statistics [J] | ecology [J]
YPU lecture: Statistics [J] | Public Health [J] | Nursing Informatics [J] | Epidemiology [J] | Advanced Epidemiology [J]
Handouts for lecture/seminar
* How to design sample size? / Power analysis as a presentation handout for Ichimokukai (4 August 2011).
* Factor analysis in R as a rough draft in R practice seminar (25 July 2011)
* R practice seminar about "Meta-analysis" (1), (2), (4)
* Summary of usage about stack/unstack data as a rough draft in R practice seminar (18 October 2010)

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