日本人発表者一覧

(1)Author/s 演者 (2)abstract No 抄録番号 (3)title 演題名  (4)session セッション (5)Date 日にち (6)Hours 時間

シンポジウム
 

渡辺久子氏(渡邊醫院・横浜)

Symposium

  1. (1)  Dr Erum Mariam (Brac Institute Of Educational Development)

  2. (2)  724

  3. (3)  *Play to Heal and Play to Learn in the Context of Indigenous Culture*, Theme: Cross

    cultural studies - Global strategies for infants, families and communitie

  4. (4)  Individual Symposium Presentation Abstract

  1. (1)  Dr Shintaro Kikuchi (Kikuchi Pediatric Clinic)

  2. (2)  665

  3. (3)  * Play to Recreate Resilient Community: PEPKids Koriyama (indoor playground)*,

    Theme: Cross cultural studies - Global strategies for infants, families and

    communities

  4. (4)  Individual Symposium Presentation Abstract

  1. (1)  Dr Hisako Watanabe (Watanabe Clinic)

  2. (2)  617

  3. (3)  * Play, Art, Narrative and Science: Cultural Approaches in Asia Enhancing Intuition

    and Creativity to Overcome Massive Disasters* Theme: Cross cultural studies -

    Global strategies for infants, families and communities

  4. (4)  Overall Symposium Abstract

  1. (1)  Ms Kanae Narui (Npo Heartful Family Care Society)

  2. (2)  744

  3. (3)  *Two Approaches of Play Therapies for Infants and Parents in Post-Emergency

    Fukushima Infant-Parent Play/Parent Meeting and Sandplay Technique*, Theme:

    Cross cultural studies - Global strategies for infants, families and communities

  4. (4)  Individual Symposium Presentation Abstract

  1. (1)  Ms Miyuki Matsuzaka(TARACHINE - Mothers' Radiation Lab Fukushima)

  2. (2)  634

  1. (3)  *Mothers and infants in Fukushima nine years after Japanʼs nuclear catastrophe, and how science helped to revive mothers' narratives*, Theme: Cross cultural studies - Global strategies for infants, families and communities

  2. (4)  Individual Symposium Presentation Abstract

菊池信太郎氏(菊池医院・福島)

Disaster Symposium

  1. (1)  Dr Anita Nepean-Hutchison(The Queensland Centre for Perinatal and Infant Mental

    Health)

  2. (2)  1011

  3. (3)  *Working with early childhood educators to support infants, children and their families following severe flooding in Queensland, Australia*, Theme: Promotion and prevention in community context

  4. (4)  Individual Symposium Presentation Abstract

  1. (1)  Dr Briony Towers(Centre for Urban Research at RMIT University)

  2. (2)  1009

  3. (3)  *Bushfire education in a post-disaster context: a case study from rural Victoria,

    Australia*, Theme: Promotion and prevention in community context

  4. (4)  Individual Symposium Presentation Abstract

  1. (1)  Dr Shintaro Kikuchi(Koriyama City Post-disaster Childcare Project)

  2. (2)  1010

  3. (3)  *The Manifold Impact on Infants and Young Children in Fukushima: after the Great

    East Japan Earthquake, Tsunami and Radiation Contamination*, Theme: Promotion

    and prevention in community context

  4. (4)  Individual Symposium Presentation Abstract

  1. (1)  Dr Anita Nepean-hutchison (The Queensland Centre for Perinatal and Infant Mental Health)

  2. (2)  1008

  3. (3)  *Lessons learnt in the last 10 years, interventions across the continuum of care as a

    response to severe weather events*, Theme: Promotion and prevention in community

    context

  4. (4)  Overall Symposium Abstract

鴇田夏子氏(慶應義塾大学)

(1)*Dr Shilpa Sachdeva, Dr Nathaniel Donson, Alexandra Murray
Harrison, Katharine Frost & Natsuko Nakajima*
(2)*624*
(3)*Application of Advances in Developmental Research in Infants to Psychotherapeutic Work with Children and Adolescents*

(4)Session: *Symposium* (5)Date: *on demand* (6)Hours: *on demand*

口頭発表
 

渡辺はるこ氏( LMHC, IMH-E®)


(1)*Haruko Watanabe*
(2)*855*
(3)*Implementation of Attachment Vitamins(c) Parent Education Support Groups within a Community Partnership Project* (4)*Brief Oral Presentation (10 mins)*
(5)*on demand*
(6)*on demand*

 

 

 

⻄村直子氏


(1)Dr Naoko Nishimura
(2)654*
(3)Evaluation of parents-infant interaction, development, parentʼs stress in children with achondroplasia:focusing on two parent-child pairs* , Presentation Theme: Early development, child health and mental health
(4) Brief Oral Presentation*
(5)on demand*
(6)on demand*

 

 

 

ポスター
 

濱田庸子氏(慶應義塾大学)


(1) Yoko Hamada 1*, Kako Inoue 2, Sawako Nagaya 3, Chiyo Chiba4, Chikako

Fukatsu5
1 Keio University, Japan
2 Yokohama National University, Japan 3 Tokoha University, Japan

4 National Hospital Organization Tokyo Medical Center, Japan

5 Otsuma Womenʼs University, Japan

  1. (2)  391

  2. (3)  Cross-checking responses to the Japanese IFEEL Pictures and the psychotherapy process of a physically abusive mother

(4) Poster

  1. (1)  Sawako Nagaya1*, Yoko Hamada2, Kako Inoue3, Chiyo Chiba4, Chikako 1 Tokoha University

    2 Keio University
    3 Yokohama National University
    4 National Hospital Organization Tokyo Medical Center 5 Otsuma Womenʼs University

  2. (2)  392

  3. (3)  Cross-checking responses to the Japanese IFEEL Pictures and the

    psychotherapy process of a mother with parenting-based anxieties

  4. (4)  Poster

 

 

 

酒井信子氏(じんキッズクリニック)


(1) Nobuko Sakai, Shintaro Kikuchi, Kanae Narui, Hisako Watanabe

(2) 734

Fukatsu5

(3)*Empowering childminders in the post disaster communities in Fukushima* (4) Poster

 

 

 

下中壽美氏(沖縄県立看護大学)


(1)*Hisami Shimonaka, Matsuyo Inoue, Masaki Shinjo*
(2)*551*
(3)*Factors that promote midwifery practice to support women with perinatal mental health needs: qualitative research at three medical facilities.* , Theme: Antenatal and perinatal practices
(4)Poster Presentation

 

赤平幸子氏(城東こどもクリニック)

(1) Sachiko Akahira Toru Matsubara
(2) 478
(3)The Meaning of Symptoms: “ Night Crying and Tummyache” :Restoration of Amae (4)Session : Poster Presentation

 

幸本 敬子氏

(1) KEIKO KOMOTO

(2) 522

(3) Infant mental health services, training, teaching, supervision and consultation

(4) Poster Presentation

香取 奈穂氏

 

(1) NAHO KATORI

(2) 794

(3) The optimum timing of pediatrician's intervention for psychosocial high-risk pregnancy

(4) Poster Presentation

永江 誠治氏

(1) MASAHARU NAGAE
(2) 287
(3) 3-year mental health care for children under the age of 6 and their parents after the Kumamoto Earthquake in Japan
(4) Poster Presentation

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