YAKURA Noriko

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Name
YAKURA Noriko
Affiliation
Tottori University
Section
Faculty of Medicine, School of Health Science, Department of Nursing Care Environment and Mental Health
Degree
Doctor of Medicine(Tottori University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1978
 - 
1991
Tottori University College of Medical Care Technology, Research Associate
 
1991
 - 
1992
Tottori University College of Medical Care Technology, Assistanto Professor
 
1992
 - 
1997
Tottori University College of Medical Care Technology, Associate Professor
 
1997
   
 
- Tottori University College of Medical Care Technology, Professor
 
1999
   
 
- School of Health Sciences Faculty of Medicine Tottori University, Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1998
Graduate School, Division of Medical Sciences, Tottori University
 
 
 - 
1992
Faculty of Home Economics, Japan Women's University
 

Misc

 
Studies on Salt Concentration in miso soup and Controlling Factors
Study Reports of Tottori University College of Medical Care Technology   10    1986
Studies on Salt Concentration in miso soup and Controlling Factors on the Sait level : Report 2. Relationship between Salt Concentration and Hypertension as Previous Illness or Heat Disease
Study Reports of Tottori University College of Medical Care Technology   11    1987
An Analytic Study on the Factors which Hinder the Breast Milk Feeding in Hiezu, Tottori Prefecture -Focusing on Mother and her Surroundings-
Study Reports of Tottori University College of Medical Care Technology   11    1987
An Examination of the Sensitivity to Salt -Taste and the Practical Effect of Salt, Restricted Diet under Leading
Study Reports of Tottori University College of Medical Care Technology   12    1988
Study on the using Paper Diaper in the West Ward of Tottori Prefecture
The Journal of Child Health   48(6)    1988

Research Grants & Projects

 
A Study of the Eating Habit and the Gusto Forming
A Study of the Child Care Support in a Community
A Study of the Support of the Incurable Disease Patient At Home