KISHI Keiko Imai

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Name
KISHI Keiko Imai
Affiliation
Former Institution / Organization Fukui Prefectural University Faculty of Nursing and Social Welfare Sciences Department of Nursing Science
Job title
Professor,Director of Nursing Sciense, Graduate program,,Chief Researcher
Degree
Doctor (Nursing Science)(University of Pennsylvania(U.S.A.)), Master(Nursing Science)(University of Pennsylvania(U.S.A)), Mater(Nuring Science)(University of Pennsylvania(U.S.A))

Research Areas

 
 

Committee Memberships

 
2003
   
 
Japanese Academy of Nursing Science  Board member, member
 
2003
   
 
Japanese Society of Public Health  member
 

Awards & Honors

 
1996
Kagaku Kenkyu-hi, General B
 
2001
Kagaku Kenkyu-hi, Basic C
 

Misc

 
Cultural control over family care taking behavior & mental health of caretakers at Boze island
Univ. of Cincinnati, College of Nursing, The 2nd Binnial Women’s and Children’s Health Issues; A global perspective, at Hawaii, U.S.A.      1999
Cultural control over family care taking behavior & mental health of caretakers at Boze island
Univ. of Cincinnati, College of Nursing, The 2nd Binnial Women’s and Children’s Health Issues; A global perspective, at Hawaii, U.S.A.      1999
Health Care issues in Japan and Nursing Leadership roles
First “Jeanette Pick” Health Care Leadership Day, University of Colgary Lecture.      Apr 2000
The analysis of coping attitude by Japanese patients with hematopoietic malignancies going through PBSCT
The Second International Interdisciplinary Conf. Alberta Canada 学会誌 International Institute for qualitative Methodoligy      2001
The analysis of coping attitude by Japanese patients with hematopoietic malignancies going through PBSCT
The Second International Interdisciplinary Conf. Alberta Canada      2001

Books etc

 
Bioethical Decision makeing for Nurses by J. Thomprson & h. thompson
Orijinal(appleton Cntury Crofts) Japanese Nursing publishing Co.   2004   

Works

 
Master's program model for Registerd Nurses.
2004

Research Grants & Projects

 
Mental Health for the Demented in Rural Community
Project Year: 2003 - 2004
Ethical decision making at medical institution