OZAWA Miwa

Faculty & Position:Pediatric Department  doctor
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Last Updated: Aug. 07, 2019 at 14:47

Research Activities

Published Papers

  • Posttraumatic Growth Among Japanese Parentally Bereaved Adolescents: A Web-Based Survey.
    Hirooka Kayo;Fukahori Hiroki;Akita Yumi;Ozawa Miwa
    Posttraumatic Growth Among Japanese Parentally Bereaved Adolescents: A Web-Based Survey. 2016
    OBJECTIVE:The aim of this study was to explore the factors associated with posttraumatic growth (PTG) among adolescents bereaved owing to parental cancer in Japan.;METHODS:An anonymous cross-sectional Web-based survey was conducted, enrolling adolescents bereaved because of parental cancer in the previous 5 years. Posttraumatic growth, number of social support members, support from medical staff,
  • The death of patients with terminal cancer: the distress experienced by their children and medical professionals who provide the children with support care.
    Otani Hiroyuki;Ozawa Miwa;Morita Tatsuya;Kawami Ayako;Sharma Sahana;Shiraishi Keiko;Oshima Akira
    The death of patients with terminal cancer: the distress experienced by their children and medical professionals who provide the children with support care. 2016
    BACKGROUND:Few studies have been conducted on the experiences of children of terminally ill patients or hospital-based medical professionals supporting such children.;AIM:This study explored distress among individuals whose parents died of cancer in childhood and among hospital-based medical professionals supporting such children.;DESIGN:A qualitative study.;SETTING/PARTICIPANTS:The sample was 12
  • Factors associated with the specific worries of childhood cancer survivors: Cross-sectional survey in Japan.
    Ishida Yasushi;Higaki Takashi;Hayashi Mitsue;Inoue Fumiko;Ozawa Miwa
    Factors associated with the specific worries of childhood cancer survivors: Cross-sectional survey in Japan. 58(5) 2016
    BACKGROUND:Previous research has shown that adult childhood cancer survivors (CCS) have many worries. We re-analyzed the employment data in order to identify these worries and their associated factors.;METHODS:The participants were selected from the membership directory of Heart Link mutual-aid health insurance, and recruited by the CCS Network. We conducted a cross-sectional survey (a self-rated
  • Daytime nap controls toddlers' nighttime sleep.
    Nakagawa Machiko;Ohta Hidenobu;Nagaoki Yuko;Shimabukuro Rinshu;Asaka Yoko;Takahashi Noriko;Nakazawa Takayo;Kaneshi Yousuke;Morioka Keita;Oishi Yoshihisa;Azami Yuriko;Ikeuchi Mari;Takahashi Mari;Hirata Michio;Ozawa Miwa;Cho Kazutoshi;Kusakawa Isao;Yoda Hitoshi
    Daytime nap controls toddlers' nighttime sleep. 6 2016
    :Previous studies have demonstrated that afternoon naps can have a negative effect on subsequent nighttime sleep in children. These studies have mainly been based on sleep questionnaires completed by parents. To investigate the effect of napping on such aspects of sleep quality, we performed a study in which child activity and sleep levels were recorded using actigraphy. The parents were asked to
  • Recent employment trend of childhood cancer survivors in Japan: a cross-sectional survey.
    Ishida Yasushi;Hayashi Mitsue;Inoue Fumiko;Ozawa Miwa
    Recent employment trend of childhood cancer survivors in Japan: a cross-sectional survey. 19(6) 2014
    BACKGROUND:Previous research has shown that some adult childhood cancer survivors (CCSs) have experienced employment difficulties. However, the actual employment status of CCSs in Japan has not been studied.;PARTICIPANTS AND METHODS:The participants were selected from the membership directory of Heart Link mutual-aid health insurance and recruited by the Childhood Cancer Patients' Network. We cond


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