小林 潤 (コバヤシ ジュン)

Kobayashi Jun

写真a

職名

教授

科研費研究者番号

70225514

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  • 専任   琉球大学   医学部   保健学科   教授  

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  • 1983年04月
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    1991年03月

    琉球大学   医学部   卒業

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  • 琉球大学 -  博士(医学)  医学

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  • 2013年04月
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    継続中

      琉球大学 医学部 保健学科 教授  

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    日本国際保健医療学会

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    日本熱帯医学会

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    日本健康教育学会

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    日本寄生虫学会

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  • 衛生学、公衆衛生学分野:実験系を含まない

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  • 医師

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  • School-based education to prevent bullying in high schools in Indonesia.

    Noboru T, Amalia E, Hernandez PMR, Nurbaity L, Affarah WS, Nonaka D, Takeuchi R, Kadriyan H, Kobayashi J

    Pediatrics international : official journal of the Japan Pediatric Society     2020年09月

  • School Health Promotion in Southeast Asia by Japan and Partners.

    Crystal Amiel M Estrada, Ernesto R Gregorio Jr, Kethsana Kanyasan, Jeudyla Hun, Sachi Tomokawa, Maria Corazon Dumlao, Jun Kobayashi

    Pediatrics international : official journal of the Japan Pediatric Society     2020年05月

     概要を見る

    School health promotion in Southeast Asia has developed rapidly in recent years, and Japan has been one of the significant contributors to the reinforcement of school health promotion in the region. Starting from the Hashimoto Initiative on global parasite control, Japan advocated for international partnerships with several agencies for the development of school health programs in Southeast Asia. Through a strengthened collaboration with international organizations, countries such as the Lao PDR, Cambodia, the Philippines, and Thailand have created and implemented school health programs on nutrition, sanitation, and deworming, among others. In addition to school health program formulation and implementation, the expanded network in Southeast Asia led to a more capacitated school health personnel, with many workers in the education and health sectors benefitting from the training programs jointly held by collaborating organizations.

  • Implementation of Kenyan comprehensive school health program: improvement and association with students' academic attainment.

    Akiyama T, Njenga SM, Njomo DW, Takeuchi R, Kazama H, Mutua A, Walema B, Tomokawa S, Estrada CA, Henzan H, Asakura T, Shimada M, Ichinose Y, Kamiya Y, Kaneko S, Kobayashi J

    Health promotion international     2020年03月

  • Examining the appropriateness and reliability of the strategy of the Kenyan Comprehensive School Health Program

    Sachi Tomokawa, Takashi Asakura, Sammy M. Njenga, Doris Wairimu Njomo, Rie Takeuch, Takeshi Akiyama, Haruki Kazama, Alex Mutua, Walema Barnett, Hanae Henzan, Masaaki Shimada, Yoshio Ichinose, Yasuhiko Kamiya, Satoshi Kaneko, Kimihiro Miyake, Jun Kobayashi

    Global Health Promotion     1757975920917976   2020年

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    © The Author(s) 2020. The Kenyan government established the Kenyan Comprehensive School Health Program (KCSHP) on the basis of Kenyan National School Health Policy. A KCSHP pilot project was carried out in eight primary schools in Mbita Sub-County of Homa Bay County in the Nyanza Region from 2012 to 2017. This pilot project provided health facilities and support for evaluation with a school health checklist, and organized teacher training on health education, a child health club, and school-based health check-ups. The present study aimed to examine the appropriateness and reliability of the strategy of the second KCSHP pilot project in Kenya. We analyzed data from self-administered questionnaires targeted at pupils in seventh-grade in the eight primary schools. The questionnaire consisted of questions on health-related knowledge, attitudes and practices, self-evaluated physical and mental health status, self-awareness of health control, subjective happiness, recognition on the importance of learning about health in school, absenteeism, and sense of school belongingness. The project contributed to improving health-related knowledge, attitudes and practices, self-evaluated health status, sense of school belongingness, recognition on the importance of learning about health in school, self-awareness of health control, and absenteeism. On the contrary, subjective happiness did not improve significantly.

  • Current situation and challenges for mental health focused on treatment and care in Japan and the Philippines - highlights of the training program by the National Center for Global Health and Medicine.

    Crystal Amiel Estrada, Masahide Usami, Naoko Satake, Ernesto Gregorio Jr, Cynthia Leynes, Norieta Balderrama, Japhet Fernandez de Leon, Rhodora Andrea Concepcion, Cecile Tuazon Timbalopez, Noa Tsujii, Ikuhiro Harada, Jiro Masuya, Hiroaki Kihara, Kazuhiro Kawahara, Yuta Yoshimura, Yuuki Hakoshima, Jun Kobayashi

    BMC proceedings   14 ( Suppl 11 ) 11 - 11   2020年

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    Background and purpose: Mental health has emerged as an important public health concern in recent years. With a high proportion of children and adolescents affected by mental disorders, it is important to ensure that they are provided with proper care and treatment. With the goal of sharing the activities and good practices on child and adolescent mental health promotion, care, and treatment in Japan and the Philippines, the National Center for Global Health and Medicine conducted a training program on the promotion of mental health focused on treatment and care in Japan and the Philippines in September and November 2019. Key highlights: The training program comprised of a series of lectures, site visits, and round table discussions in Japan and the Philippines. The lectures and site visits focused on the current situation of child and adolescent psychiatry, diagnosis of childhood mental disorders, abuse, health financing for mental disorders, pharmacotherapy, psychotherapy, and disaster child psychiatry in both countries. Round table discussions provided an opportunity to explore the similarities and differences between the two countries in terms of the themes discussed during the lectures.The training program identified the need to collaborate with other professionals to improve the diagnosis of mental disorders in children and adolescents and to increase the workforce capable of addressing mental health issues among children and adolescents. It also emphasized the importance of cooperation between government efforts during and after disasters to ensure that affected children and their families are provided with the care and support that they need.

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  • Can a safe delivery be realized in Lao PDR ? - Determinants of selecting childbirth attended by a skilled birth attendant -

    高橋 謙造

    Proceedings of APACPH 2016     2016年09月

     

  • ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY AS A RISK FACTOR FOR DEPRESSION, SUICIDAL IDEATION, AND SUICIDE ATTEMPTS AMONG PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS IN THE KATHMANDU VALLEY, NEPAL

    R. M. Amiya, K. C. Poudel, K. Poudel-Tandukar, J. Kobayashi, M. Jimba

    SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS ( BMJ PUBLISHING GROUP )  89   A333 - A334   2013年07月

     

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  • Distribution of subsidized insecticide-treated bed nets through a community health committee in Boboye Health District, Niger

    Daisuke Nonaka, Abani Maazou, Shigeo Yamagata, Issofou Oumarou, Takako Uchida, Honoré J.G. Yacouba, Jun Kobayashi, Tsutomu Takeuchi, Tetsuya Mizoue

    Tropical Medicine and Health   40 ( 4 ) 125 - 131   2012年

     

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  • EA9 ラオス国カムワン県におけるマラリア予防に関する住民の知識と保健行動に関する調査

    宇座 美代子, 佐々木 八千代, 宮城 一郎, 當間 孝子, 小林 潤, 長濱 直樹, 高倉 実, サムラ・ポンピダ, ソンブン・ボンヤデ

    衞生動物 ( 日本衛生動物学会 )  52 ( 0 )   2001年04月

     

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学術関係受賞 【 表示 / 非表示

  • 相川正道賞

    2017年11月   日本熱帯医学会  

    受賞者: 小林 潤

  • ゼロマラリア賞

    2016年04月   マラリア・ノーモア・ジャパン  

    受賞者: 小林 潤

  • 大山激励賞

    2013年03月   大山健康財団  

    受賞者: 小林 潤

  • 奨励賞(日本熱帯医学会)

    2002年10月   日本熱帯医学会  

    受賞者: 小林 潤

  • 労働功労章勳3等

    1999年11月   ラオス国政府  

    受賞者: 小林 潤

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  • 国際保健(学校保健、母子保健、地域僻地保健、感染症対策)