KODATE Naonori

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KODATE Naonori
University College Dublin
School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice
Job title
Associate Professor
Ph.D(London School of Economics and Political Science)
Other affiliation
The University of TokyoHokkaido UniversityNippon Institute for Research Advancement

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Jun 2019
Associate Professor, School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice, University College Dublin
Apr 2012
May 2019
Lecturer, University College Dublin
Apr 2008
Mar 2012
Research Associate, King's College London/NIHR King's Patient Safety and Service Quality Research Centre
Nov 2007
Mar 2008
DAAD Researcher, Universität Potsdam
Oct 2005
Mar 2006
Researcher, The University of Tokyo


Oct 2002
Jul 2008
Government Department, London School of Economics and Political Science
Apr 1998
Mar 2006
European Politics and History, Graduate School of Law and Politics, The University of Tokyo
Apr 1994
Mar 1998
International Relations, School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
Mar 1996
Nov 1996
Monash University

Awards & Honors

Dec 2015
Distinguished Research Award (Gender Equality), Hodogaya Foundation

Published Papers

KODATE, N, Kodate, K, Kodate, T
Journal of Engineering Education      2014   [Refereed]
Anderson JE, KODATE N, Walters R, Dodds A
International Journal for Quality in Health Care   25(2)    2013   [Refereed]
Ross AJ, Anderson JE, KODATE N, Thomas L, Thompson K, Thomas B, Key S, Jensen H, Schiff R, Jaye P
BMJ Quality & Safety      2013   [Refereed]
‘Speaking Up’ Saves Your Team: why human factors are critically important in healthcare
Reid J, Bromiley M, KODATE N
Japanese Journal of Quality and Safety in Healthcare   7(4) 332-347   Nov 2012   [Invited]
Non-Technical Skills (NTS) for enhancing patient safety: achievements and future directions
KODATE N, Ross AJ, Anderson JE, Flin R
Japanese Journal of Quality and Patient Safety in Healthcare   7(4) 360-370   Nov 2012   [Invited]
Non-Technical Skills (NTS) for enhancing patient safety: achievements and future directions
KODATE N, Ross AJ, Anderson JE, Flin R
Japanese Journal of Quality and Safety in Healthcare   7(4) 348-359   Nov 2012   [Invited]
Social Policy and Administration   46(3) 280-301   Jun 2012   [Refereed]
Dodds A. and KODATE N.
Journal of Public Policy   32(3) 117-139   Jun 2012   [Refereed]
Social Policy and Administration   46(3) 280-301   Jun 2012   [Refereed]
Ross, A., KODATE, N., Anderson, J.E., Thomas, L. and Jaye, P.
British journal of anaesthesia   109(1) 99-109   Jun 2012   [Refereed]
Accountability or linkage politics? Local hospital closures and policy feedback in Ireland, Sweden and the UK
The University of Tokyo Journal of Law and Politics   9 24-44   Apr 2012   [Invited]
Hepgul, N./Kodate, N.,Anderson, J.E., Henderson, M., Ranjith, G., Hotopf, M., Pariante, C
International Journal of Nursing Studies   49(12) 1480-1488   2012   [Refereed]


Danish Approach Towards European Integration in the 1960'S
Balto-Scandia   16(9) 90-105   1999
The Politics of Devolution towards Scotland and the British Labour Party
Product innovation or customer satisfaction? Hospital performance measurements and common challenges
Risk & Regulation Magazine   14    2007
Global security and/or safeguarding the national interest? Epidemics and discourses surrounding the United States in the United Kingdom, Germany and Japan
University of Tokyo Journal of Law and Politics   6    2009
Questioning world risk society: three challenges for research on the governance of uncertainty
Fabrizio Cantelli, Naonori Kodate & Kristian Krieger
Global Policy (online exclusives)      2010

Books etc

Women in Science - Past, Present and Future
KODATE Naonori (Part:Joint Work, All Chapters)
Ad Three Publishing/Maruzen   Mar 2017   
Japanese women in science and engineering: history and policy change
KODATE Naonori (Part:Joint Work, All Chapters)
Routledge   Jul 2015   
Maternity services and policy in an international context
KODATE Naonori (Part:Joint Editor)
Routledge   Jan 2015   
Political Animal: An Anatomy
KODATE Naonori (Part:Single Translation)
Adthree/Maruzen   2010   
For a Brighter Future for Women in Optics
KODATE Naonori (Part:Contributor, Family, state and society: Empowering women in science in Great Britain and Japan)
Optronics   2007   

Conference Activities & Talks

Scottish Devolution: A Slippery Path towards Consensus Democracy?
Anglo-Japanese Academy (the University of Tokyo - the University of Sheffield)   2001   
Government policy towards women in science (with Prof Kashiko Kodate)
Politics of Knowing Conference: Research, institutions and gender in the making (EU-FP6 funded project), Institute of Sociology of the Academy of Sciences in Czech Republic, November 2008. Conference paper.   2008   
Regulation in patient safety in England (with Dr Anneliese Dodds)
The Public Administration Committee Conference 2008, University of York   2008   
Risk regulation in the hospital sector
The ESRC Risk Priority Network conference, Beijing Normal University   2009   
Incident reporting systems and organizational learning (with Dr Janet Anderson and Dr Anneliese Dodds)
Organisational Behaviour in Health Care Conference   2010   

Association Memberships



Traslation: Jeremy Paxman "The Political Animal: An Anatomy"
Translation - Nobuhiro Hiwatari "The Politics of Reform and transformation of the Postwar Party Systems in Japan and Italy", The Journal of Social Science 50/2, 99-126

Research Grants & Projects

Ward-based simulation training to enhance care for older people
Project Year: Sep 2013 - Apr 2015    Investigator(s): Naonori Kodate
Ireland-Japan Social Science Symposia: sharing knowledge, shaping the future of the welfare society in Europe and Japan
Japan Foundation: 
Project Year: Apr 2014 - Mar 2015    Investigator(s): Naonori Kodate
Women's universities and the importance of their role in encouraging women in science
Institute for Women's Studies, Tokyo Woman's Christian University: 
Project Year: Apr 2010 - Mar 2013    Investigator(s): KODATE Takako
Anglo-Japanese Collaboration for Improving Patient Safety (AnJIPS)
The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation: 
Project Year: Mar 2011 - Jun 2012    Investigator(s): KODATE, N.
Comparative welfare state systems