KANAMORI Takuya

Faculty & Position:Gerontological Nursing   assistant professor
Contact:takuya-kanamori[at]slcn.ac.jp convert [at] to @
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Last Updated: Jan. 31, 2019 at 05:03

Researcher Profile & Settings

Qualification

  • 看護学修士

Research Activities

Published Papers

  • Detection of early-stage changes in people with chronic diseases: A telehome monitoring- based telenursing feasibility study
    Kamei, T., Yamamoto, Y., Kanamori, T., Nakayama, Y.
    Nursing & Health Sciences Sep. 2018 [Refereed]
  • Effectiveness of Advance Care Planning about Decision Support for End-of-Life care, Involving Discussions with Medical Professionals and Elderly with Chronic Conditions; A Sytematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
     Mar. 2013

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Telehome monitoring of older adults with chronic diseases living at home and issues in promoting medical care guidance: Evaluation of participants’ experiences in telenursing practice seminars
    YAMAMOTO, Y ., KAMEI, T ., KANAMORI, T., and NAKAYAMA, Y
    Nursing Informatics Australia Conference 2018 Jul. 2018
  • Evaluation of the initial 30 days of a telenursing system for patients with CHF, DM, and COPD
    Takuya KANAMORI, Tomoko KAMEi, Yuko YAMAMOTO, Yuki NAKAYAMA, Nobuaki KAME, Ikuo TOFUKUJI, Noritaka NAKAJIMA
    Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2017 Oct. 2017
  • A Study on a Method of Telenursing Support for the Elderly with Type II Diabetes Mellitus; Based on Trial Administration in Four patients
    Takuya KANAMORI, Tomoko KAMEI, Yuko YAMAMOTO, Yuki NAKAYAMA, Nobuaki KAMEI, Ikuo TOFUKUJI, Noritaka NAKAJIMA
    Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2016 Nov. 2016
  • Effects of diabetes management and perception of type 2 diabetic patient received home-monitoring based telenursing,‘two cases study’
    takuya kanamori,Tomoko KAMEI , Yuko YAMAMOTO , Yuki NAKAYAMA , Nobuaki KAMEI , Ikuo TOFUKUJI , Noritaka NAKAJIMA
    Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2015 Nov. 2015 6th Annual meeting of the Australasian Telehealth Society
  • Intergenerational day program over 7 years in a Japanese urban community」
    Tomoko Kamei, Yuko Yamamoto, Takuya kanamori
    Generations United 16th Internatinal Conference Jul. 2015

Misc

  • Elderly?centered Advanced Nursing Practice and Interdisciplinary Team Approach at the University of Michigan, Geriatrics Center and Outreach Programs:An Application of St. Luke’s College of Nursing Gerontological Nursing Master Course Program
    (38) 29-33 Mar. 2012
    〔Abstract〕 During August, 2011 the authors of this report: the team of doctoral and master course students, facultyof gerontological nursing, and a gerontological clinical professor presented a seminar program summary oftheir experiences observing the elder?centered advanced practice and interdisciplinary team approach at theUniversity of Michigan, geriatrics center and outreach programs. In our gerontological nursing advanced clinical program in master’s course, we thought that we neededto promote and enhance the clinical program content to strengthen student’s knowledge and skills aboutelderly?centered advanced primary care and an interdisciplinary team approach. Moreover in the clinicalprogram, we determined that graduate students could understand problems that appeared in the elderly andtheir families, and also difficulties within the interdisciplinary team. The students could build the team withflexibility and took a leadership role and demonstrated actions according to the problems. In master courseprogram, students’ education is necessary to improve the elderly?centered advanced primary care and bestteam strength.


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