A Health GIS Scientist and Epidemiologist in the Field of Global Health
- A male Japanese born in Kyoto, Japan
- PhD (Medical Science, Nagasaki University)
- Professor in Department of Public Health Nursing, Mie University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan
Human babies are born equally as human being. In spite of that, the
place of birth strongly influences the posterior life of the babies. The
disparity in their growth and health levels are produced by the birth
place on the earth. I can not connive this unreasonable disparity,
especially from the viewpoint of social justice.
Philosophy of my research is that all my efforts lead people in
developing countries to the world without the disparity of
health. Hoping the result of my research contributes to reduce the
disparity, I work in the field
health). The objectives of the discipline are to clarify to what
extend of the disparity of health is admissible, and how to control the
Based on the context of medical international cooperation, I do
epidemiology and health policy and planning, applying the theory,
information science as well as computational statistics and
simulation. [ read more... ]
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Recent Conference Presentations
- Makiko Martinez, Susumu Tanimura, Yasuko Ishimoto,
Ritsuko Nishide, Hiroyo Hatashita. Bibliometrics of disaster
preparedness: co-occurrence of keywords. the 36th Western Regional
Conference of Japan Association for International Health,
March 3, 2018, Nagoya.
- Susumu Tanimura, Yasuko Ishimoto, Ritsuko Nishide, Hiroyo
Hatashita. Association between healthy life expectancy and national
culture: an ecological study of 61 countries. Gloabl Health joint
meeting 2017, Nov. 24-26, 2017, Tokyo.
- Susumu Tanimura, Saiyud Moolphate, Myo Nyein Aung, Yasuko
Ishimoto, Ritsuko Nishide, Hiroyo Hatashita. Dissemination
capability of research and academic information about SDGs from
Thailand and Japan: a bibliometric analysis. he 8th International
Public Health Conference and The 1st APAPCH Bangkok Region
Conference: Towards Achieving Sustainable Development Goals, May
25-26, 2017, Bangkok, Thailand.
- Susumu Tanimura, Yasuko Ishimoto, Ritsuko Nishide,Hiroyo
Hatashita. Factors related to gender gap in health expectancy. the
36th Western Regional Conference of Japan Association for
International Health, March 4, 2017, Kobe.
Department of Public Health Nursing
Mie University Graduate School of Medicine
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