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National College of Nursing, Japan
Job title
Associate Professor
M.S.N(University of Tokyo)


Name - Family name: Kimikazu
First name: Kashiwagi
Sex: Male
Nationality: Japanese
Address: National College of Nursing, Japan
1-2-1, Umezono, Kiyose, Tokyo 2048575 Japan

1989-1993 Faculty of Health Science, University of Tokyo.
Awarded the degree of Bachelor in Health Science and the National
Nursing license.
1994-1996 University of Tokyo Hospital.
Awarded the Master’s degree in Health Science for a thesis entitled “Evaluation of the intelligibility of the computer nursing record viewer compared with paper-based records”. Work supervised by Professor Shigekoto Kaihara.

1993-1994 Clinical Nurse, Division of Chest Surgery, the University of Tokyo Hospital.
1996-2000 Clinical Nurse, Division of Internal Medicine, the University of Tokyo Hospital.
1990-2001 Staff, Planning Office of Hospital Facilities, the University of Tokyo Hospital.
2001-2002 Assistant Professor of Hospital Computer Center, the University of Tokyo Hospital.
2002-present Associate Professor of National College of Nursing, Japan
Nursing Informatics.

Other research and professional experience:
2001-2010 Expert, ISO/TC215 WG3: International Organization for Standardization, Semantic Content
2002-present Board members, Special Interest Group on Nursing Informatics of Japan Association for Medical Informatics
2009-present Expert for Nursing Informatics, International Council of Nursing

Japan Association for Medical Informatics
Japan Academy of Nursing Administration and Policies
Japanese Academy of Nursing Science
Society of Japanese Nursing Research
Japan Society of Nursing Diagnosis
Japanese Nursing Association
American Medical Informatics Association

Published Papers

Olivares, P., Tamiya, N., Kashiwagi, M., & Kashiwagi, K.
BMC Health Services Research   11 103   2011   [Refereed]
Kashiwagi K, Kashiwagi M
Studies in health technology and informatics   146 -782   2009   [Refereed]
Healthcare in the year 2020--practice and policy.
Conrick M, Wright G, Radenovic A, Hovenga E, Cho I, Kashiwagi K
Studies in health technology and informatics   128 47-54   2007   [Refereed]
MIYO Kengo, KASHIWAGI Masayo, ETO Hiromi, KASHIWAGI Kimikazu, TAKAMI Miki, ISHIGAKI Kyoko, TSURU Satoko
医療情報学 = Japan journal of medical informatics   23(1) 55-64   Apr 2003
KASHIWAGI Masayo, TSURU Satoko, KASHIWAGI Kimikazu, MIYO Kengo, NISHIKI Masayuki
医療情報学 = Japan journal of medical informatics   22(2) 169-178   Jun 2002

Conference Activities & Talks

How nursing support system in Japanese electronic health record to make a nurse think easier would be
Misae Ito, H. Yamase, J. Tatsuno, K. Kashiwagi, M. Oda, Y. Kimura
NANDA-I 2012 Biennial Conference   May 2012   
Infrastructure Development for Sharing Nurse Informatician Knowledge and Skills
Kimikazu Kashiwagi, Ryoma Seto, Shinichiro Yokota, Masae Nakamoto, Hiromi Kozai, Ritsuko Ono, Noriko Endo, Shinichiro Kubo, Yuko Higuchi, Chieko Kamada, Yukiko Mihara, Fumie Tani, Kanako Ishii, Makiko Uchiyama, Eriko Morita, Yumiko Uto
Nursing Informatics 2012   May 2012   
Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Record [Invited]
HIMSS Aisa10 Health IT Congress   Oct 2010   
Development and Application of Nursing Information System
2010 International Symposium of Nursing Decision Making and Informatics Application   Jul 2010   


Journal of Information Processing and Management   51(4) 243-250   2008
SNOMED CT (Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine-Clinical Terms) is one of the most comprehensive multilingual clinical healthcare terminologies with more than 308,000 concepts and 777,000 descriptions. SNOMED-CT has the following features, 1) com...
YAMAMOTO Chiemi, KASHIWAGI Kimikazu, OHE Kazuhiko
医療情報学連合大会論文集   20 292-293   Nov 2000
TSURU Satoko, ISHIGAKI Kyouko, MANIWA Kyouko, ITAYA Hiromi, WADA Yoshika, TAKEMITSU Mieko, TOKUNAGA Chiemi, KASHIWAGI Kouichi, MIYO Kengo
医療情報学 = Japan journal of medical informatics   18 53-54   Aug 1998

Research Areas


Research Grants & Projects

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 2007 - 2010    Investigator(s): Yuko KURODA
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 2004 - 2006    Investigator(s): Yuko KURODA
In 2004, a total of 4,738 hospitals registered in Japan as June 2004 with 100 beds and more were examined to identify the rate of diffusion of computerized medical records (CMR) in a nursing department. As a result, the collected postcards totaled...