Kumi Eto

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Name
Kumi Eto
Affiliation
Kagawa Nutrition University

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
Mar 2001
Faculty of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
 
 
 - 
Mar 2003
Graduate School, Division of Nutrition, Kagawa Nutrition University
 

Published Papers

 
Multi-professional meetings on health checks and communication in providing nutritional guidance for infants and toddlers in Japan: a cross-sectional, national survey-based study
Midori Ishikawa, Kumi Eto, Mayu Haraikawa, Kemal Sasaki, Zentaro Yamagata, Tetsuji Yokoyama, Noriko Kato, Yumiko Morinaga and Yoshihisa Yamazaki
BMC Pediatrics   18(325)    Oct 2018
Characteristics of concerns about maternal and child nutrition in connection with municipal maternal and child health activities as described by nutrition education staff: An analysis of an open-ended questionnaire with pregnant women, infants, and childr
Japanese Journal of Public Health   63(9) 569-577   Sep 2016   [Refereed]
Relationship between the Source of Lunch and Dietary Intake among Registered Dietetics Students Living Alone: -A Case Study in Kagawa Nutrition University-
(46) 9-14   Dec 2015   [Refereed]
Associations of family meal practices with health status and dietary intake: A literature review using Japanese journal databases
Japanese Journal of Health Education andPromotion   23(4) 279-289   Nov 2015   [Refereed]
Development and evaluation of a nutrition program focused on "enjoyable learning" for home economics in junior high school
Japanese Journal of Health Education and Promotion   23(3) 205-215   Aug 2015   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Health and Dietary Life of 20-year-old youth grown up in Sakado city -Comparison of Sakado Shokuiku (Nutrition Education) Program Learners and Non-learners-
49 29-39   Feb 2019   [Refereed]
Towards the implementation of "food and nutrition education evaluation in school" -A report on the annual workshop planned by the Nutrition Education Committee in 2015-
24(3) 151-156   Aug 2016   [Refereed]

Books etc

 
Nutrition Edcuation -Linking Research, Theory, and Practice-
Apr 2015   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Eating breakfast alone is associated with dietary attitudes, behaviors, and health of school children in the United States
Eto K, Koch P, Contento IR, and Adachi M.
15th International Congress of Dietetics   9 Sep 2008   
A total of 331 students in the 5 through 8th grades in New York, Texas, and California participated in this study. They drew a picture of last night's dinner and completed a questionnaire. Children who ate the breakfast alone showed less frequent ...
Factors associated with children's fish consumption: A focus on home environment and the mother's knowledge, attitude, and behavior
Eto K, Murayama N, Honda M, Harigai Y, and Adachi M.
The First Asia-Pacific Conference on Health Promotion and Education   20 Jul 2009   
A total of 281 pairs of 4th- and 5th-grade children and their mothers from 2 elementary schools in T city completed a self-reported questionnaire. Findings suggest that fish consumption of children in a community with limited fish availability is ...
Associations between voluntary communication during family mealtime and dietary intake among middle-school students in Sakado-city
Eto K and Takemi Y
57th Annual Conference of Japanese Society of Nutrition and Dietetics   10 Sep 2010   
Data from 626 students in the 8th grade from all middle schools in Sakado City with valid responses of both questionnaire and brief self-administered diet history questionnaire for adolescents (BDHQ15y) were included in this analysis. Girls having...
Frequent family dinner and voluntary mealtime communication are associated with better dietary intake among adolescent girls
Kumi Eto, Akemi Nakanishi, Yukari Takemi
12th Asian Congress of Nutrition   15 May 2015   
Data from 598 students in the 8th grade from all middle schools in Sakado City with valid responses of both questionnaire and brief self-administered diet history questionnaire for adolescents (BDHQ15y) were included in this analysis. Girls who h...
Eating well-balanced breakfast at school age is longitudinally associated with better dietary intake during young adulthood
Kumi Eto, Akemi Nakanishi, Junko Fujikura, Hisako Tanaka, Kayo Matsushita, Akio Kagawa, and Yukari Takemi
The 63rd Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Nutrition and Dietetics   9 Sep 2016   
Data for this longitudinal study were collected as part of "Sakado Shokuiku Study" in Saitama prefecture, Japan. Subjects completed a self-administered questionnaire and a brief self-administered diet history questionnaire (BDHQ) twice, first in t...

Works

 
Relationship between shifts in food system dynamics and acceleration of the global nutrition transition
The Others   Nov 2017