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Latest update on 28 May, 2021 (Fri).

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Lectures at Kobe University, 1st Semester 2021

Since most foreign students cannot come to Japan and working graduate students face difficulty to move, the classes for the graduate students are basically given online via Zoom and BEEF. For undergraduate students, except for Health administration, the classes are given at classroom (simultanaously given online via Zoom), but may change due to the epidemiologic situation of COVID-19, so that please check the BEEF pages.

CourseStudentsRoomDay and TimeMisc.
International infectious diseases (ref)MT4F306Monday, 3, 4Responsible professor is Prof. Kameoka
Infectious diseases study special lecture (handout)Master GSHSONLINEMon, 6Organized by Assoc. Prof. Iriko, Nakazawa's turn is 12th April.
Environment, Food and Industrial HygieneMT2B202Monday, 4Partly done by Assoc. Prof. Iriko
International Information SearchMT4B202Tue, 1Introduction to "How to do review work"
Health administrationNs 2, MT, PT, OT 3ONLINETue, 2
Health statistics special lecture (ref(J))M1 (public health nurse course)E701Tuesday, 4Taking a part
Disaster health (taking in part (handout in Japanese), R codes: 1, 2)Ns 2, MT, PT, OT 3D201Wed, 3Organized by Prof. Izumi
Health Sciences Common Special Lecture IV, VIII (ref)All GSHS graduate studentsONLINEWednesday, 6Partly done by Guest Lecturer Dr. Tokuhara and Dr. Tanimura.
Public health special lecture I, II (ref)All GSHS, GSICSONLINEThursday, 1-2Together with GSICS students
Demography Special Lecture I, II (ref)
Demography
All GSHS, GSICSONLINEThursday, 3Together with GSICS students
Medical Anthropology Special Lecture I, II (ref)
Medical Anthropology
All GSHS, GSICSONLINEThursday, 4Together with GSICS students
Medical health statistics and epidemiology special lecture II (ref (in Japanese))All doctoral GSHSONLINE(Intensive)Assoc. Prof. Koichiro Komai takes part of the lecture. This class will be held as very short summer school for the 3 days.
Public Health (School of Medicine)Undergrad. Med.ONLINE (2nd Lecture Hall, Kusunoki Campus)14 May 2021, 14:30-15:30, 15:40-16:40."Epidemiologic Transition and Double Burden under Globalizaion" and "COVID-19 pandemic" (in Japanese)

As part of the Kobe Global Challenge Program, I gave a lecture of Globalization and infectious diseases (in Japanese) on 17 Dec 2020 and 20 May 2021 online. Students gave me many questions and answered, part of which is available here (in Japanese).

Lectures at Kobe University, 2nd Semester 2021

The classes for graduate students may be basically given online via Zoom and BEEF, the classes for undergraduate students are basically given at Myodani campus, except for International Health and probably Public Health.

CourseStudentsRoomDay and TimeMisc.
International health (ref(J)All 2ONLINE (or D201)Monday, 1Taking in part
Information analysis of medical technologyMT4ONLINE (or D201)Monday, 1-2Taking in part about What is standard ranges (in Japanese)(ROC calculation worksheet in Japanese)
Public healthN2ONLINE (or D201?)Monday, 3
Practice of public health (ref in Japanese)MT2F306, E503, E802, E501, etc.Tuesday, 3-4Supported by TAs and Assistant Professor Utsubo
Public Health Seminar I, II (ref)All GSHS, GSICSONLINEThursday, 1-2Together with GSICS students
Epidemiology Special Lecture I, II(ref)All GSHS, GSICS
GSICS
ONLINEThursday, 3Together with GSICS students
Environmental Health Special Lecture I, II (ref)
Environmental Health
All GSHS, GSICSONLINEThursday, 4Together with GSICS students

Lectures in other Universities

Guest lecture in Hokkado University
International Health
Demography (15th May 2020, 20:00-21:30, using Zoom, handout)

PAST LECTURE

Guest lecture in the University of Tokyo

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


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