Faculty & Position:Community Health Nursing/ Public Health Nursing   associate professor
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Last Updated: Oct. 30, 2018 at 08:51

Researcher Profile & Settings

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Oct. 2005Mar. 2007Instructor, St. Luke's College of Nursing Community Health Nursing


  • 保健学博士

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Boundary medicine / Medical sociology
  • Society medicine / Public health/Health science
  • Nursing / Community health/Gerontological nursing

Research Interests

    Social Epidemiology , Public Health , Spirituality , Community Health , Mental Health , Health Promotion

Published Papers

  • Principles of care for women experiencing intimate partner violence: Views of expert Japanese health professionals and advocates.
    Umeda M, Kataoka Y, Miller E
    Health care for women international 1-15 Jul. 2017 [Refereed]
  • Effect of socioeconomic conditions on health care utilization in marital violence: a cross-sectional investigation from the Japanese Study on Stratification, Health, Income, and Neighborhood.
    Umeda M, Kawakami N, Miller E
    International journal for equity in health 16(1) 41 Feb. 2017 [Refereed]
  • Detection of resting state functional connectivity using partial correlation analysis: A study using multi-distance and whole-head probe near-infrared spectroscopy.
    Sakakibara E, Homae F, Kawasaki S, Nishimura Y, Takizawa R, Koike S, Kinoshita A, Sakurada H, Yamagishi M, Nishimura F, Yoshikawa A, Inai A, Nishioka M, Eriguchi Y, Matsuoka J, Satomura Y, Okada N, Kakiuchi C, Araki T, Kan C, Umeda M, Shimazu A, Uga M, Dan I, Hashimoto H, Kawakami N, Kasai K
    NeuroImage 142 590-601 Nov. 2016 [Refereed]
  • The effect of a behavioral activation program on improving mental and physical health complaints associated with radiation stress among mothers in Fukushima: a randomized controlled trial.
    Imamura K, Sekiya Y, Asai Y, Umeda M, Horikoshi N, Yasumura S, Yabe H, Akiyama T, Kawakami N
    BMC public health 16(1) 1144 Nov. 2016 [Refereed]
  • Gender-specific linkages of parents' childhood physical abuse and neglect with children's problem behaviour: evidence from Japan.
    Oshio T, Umeda M
    BMC public health 16(1) 403 May 2016 [Refereed]
  • Psychometric properties of the Japanese version of the Recovery Attitudes Questionnaire (RAQ) among mental health providers: a questionnaire survey.
    Chiba R, Umeda M, Goto K, Miyamoto Y, Yamaguchi S, Kawakami N
    BMC psychiatry 16 32 Feb. 2016 [Refereed]
  • The impact of the experience of childhood poverty on adult health-risk behaviors in Japan: a mediation analysis.
    Umeda M, Oshio T, Fujii M
    International journal for equity in health 14 145 Dec. 2015 [Refereed]
  • Does an advantageous occupational position make women happier in contemporary Japan? Findings from the Japanese Study of Health, Occupation, and Psychosocial Factors Related Equity (J-HOPE)
    Maki Umeda, Anne McMunn, Noriko Cable, Hideki Hashimoto, Norito Kawakami, Michael Marmot
    SSM - Population Health 1 8-15 Sep. 2015 [Refereed]
  • Childhood adversities and adult use of potentially injurious physical discipline in Japan.
    Umeda M, Kawakami N, Kessler RC, Miller E, World Mental Health Japan Survey Group 2002–2006
    Journal of family violence 30(4) 515-527 May 2015 [Refereed]
  • Association between stigmatisation and experiences of evidence-based practice by psychiatric rehabilitation staff in Japan: a cross-sectional survey.
    Yamaguchi S, Niekawa N, Maida K, Chiba R, Umeda M, Uddin S, Taneda A, Ito J
    Journal of mental health (Abingdon, England) 24(2) 78-82 Apr. 2015 [Refereed]
  • Mediating Role of Psychological Resources on the Association Between Childhood Socioeconomic Status and Current Health in the Community Adult Population of Japan.
    Kan C, Kawakami N, Umeda M
    International journal of behavioral medicine 22(6) 764-774 Mar. 2015 [Refereed]
  • Using social epidemiology and neuroscience to explore the relationship between job stress and frontotemporal cortex activity among workers.
    Kawasaki S, Nishimura Y, Takizawa R, Koike S, Kinoshita A, Satomura Y, Sakakibara E, Sakurada H, Yamagishi M, Nishimura F, Yoshikawa A, Inai A, Nishioka M, Eriguchi Y, Kakiuchi C, Araki T, Kan C, Umeda M, Shimazu A, Hashimoto H, Kawakami N, Kasai K
    Social neuroscience 10(3) 230-242 2015 [Refereed]
  • Barriers to mental health care in Japan: Results from the World Mental Health Japan Survey.
    Kanehara A, Umeda M, Kawakami N, the World Mental Health Japan Survey Group
    Psychiatry and clinical neurosciences 69(9) 523-533 Dec. 2014 [Refereed]
  • Cross-cultural measurement equivalence of the Japanese version of Revised Conflict Tactics Scales Short Form among Japanese men and women.
    Umeda M, Kawakami N
    Psychiatry and clinical neurosciences 68(11) 804-811 Nov. 2014 [Refereed]
  • Sources of perceived social support associated with reduced psychological distress at 1 year after the Great East Japan Earthquake: Nationwide cross-sectional survey in 2012.
    Sugimoto T, Umeda M, Shinozaki T, Naruse T, Miyamoto Y
    Psychiatry and clinical neurosciences 69(9) 580-586 Aug. 2014 [Refereed]
  • Trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder in Japan: results from the World Mental Health Japan Survey.
    Kawakami N, Tsuchiya M, Umeda M, Koenen KC, Kessler RC, World Mental Health Survey Japan
    Journal of psychiatric research 53 157-165 Jun. 2014 [Refereed]
  • Association of childhood family environments with the risk of social withdrawal ('hikikomori') in the community population in Japan.
    Umeda M, Kawakami N, World Mental Health Japan Survey Group 2002-2006
    Psychiatry and clinical neurosciences 66(2) 121-129 Mar. 2012 [Refereed]
  • Qualitative Analysis of the Conflicts with Administrators Experienced by Public Health Nurses in Planning and Implementing Public Health Programs
    Omori Junko, Miyazaki Toshie, Asahara Kiyomi, Momose Yumiko, Nagae Hiroko, Kato Noriko, Umeda Maki, Kobayashi Maasa
    Journal of Japan Academy of Community Health Nursing 9(2) 81-86 Mar. 2007
    As specialists responsible for the improved health of the communities that employ them, public health nurses (PHNs) develop public health programs based on the needs of individuals, families, groups, and the community as well as the policies of the health department and other governmental authorities. During the routine process of program development it is sometimes the opinions of PHNs conflict with those of the administrators. PHNs are troubled by how best to assess such situations and what actions might be taken. This paper presents an analysis of such situations based on written descriptions of 35 PHNs reporting conflicts. These PHNs were among 144 attendees at a continuing education program for PHNs in one prefecture where a total of 66 responded to a questionnaire at the end of the program. Conflicting opinions were especially prevalent at the planning stage. Analysis of the substance of the differences confirmed that PHNs and administrators differ in their thinking. Nurses were more interested in the content of the program while administrators were more concerned about numbers to be served, budget, cost-effectiveness, and needed documents and approval processes. Because PHNs and administrators share the same over-riding goal, to improve the health of the public, it is important that PHNs routinely describe programs and their effects in ways understandable to administrators and be willing to listen to administrator's views. This suggests the necessity of both parties learning from each other and collaborating closely to coordinate efforts.
  • Report of the International Collaboration Research Workshop : Collaborative Research for Strengthening Community Health Nursing in Developing Countries : Action and Evaluation Research
    UMEDA Maki, YAMAZAKI Yoshimi, KAJII Fumiko, HORIUCHI Shigeko, HIRANO Kayoko, ATSUTA Izumi, ETO Hiromi, SAKYO Yumi, ICHIKAWA Wakako, HAYASHI Akiko, TASHIRO Junko
    Bulletin of St. Luke's College of Nursing(33) 31-38 Mar. 2007
    This workshop at St. Luke's College of Nursing in November 2005 was a part of the research study 'Strengthe ning Community Health Nursing in Developing Countries : Action and Evaluation Research.' This study is composed of five research groups implementing their own projects in five different countries, and a research team at the college. The researchers presented progress reports and discussed with each other and three advisors from the U.K. and U. S. their results and future courses of action. Two major points were addressed. One, it was acknowledged that changes in relationships among key participants and partners during the conduct of the research projects affect their course and results. Two, evaluation criteria were needed. It was suggested that during the next years each research project should develop evaluation criteria to reflect the social and cultural backgrounds of the communities involved as well as actual project activities. And, it was proposed that the college team should initiate development of a model of effective collaboration for strengthening community health nursing in developing countries as a final product of the three year research program.
  • Synchronizing the Essence of People-Centered Care and Experiences of Women with Wisdom and Courage : St. Luke's College of Nursing 21st Century COE Program 5th International Relay Symposium
    Eto Hiromi, Horiuchi Shigeko, Sakyo Yumi, Ichikawa Wakako, Kajii Fumiko, Yamazaki Yoshimi, Hayashi Akiko, Umeda Maki, Tashiro Junko
    Journal of St. Luke's Society of Nursing Research 10(1) 68-74 Jun. 2006
    This paper summarizes the St. Luke's College of Nursing 21st Century COE Program, 5th International Relay Symposium titled "Sharing Wisdom, Courage and Experiences : Women Supporting Each Other in Society" and serves to compare the constructive concept of People-Centered Care, with the commonality of activities shared by the symposium panelists. This relay symposium was planned and carried out by the members of two projects, "Women-Centered Care" and "Development of a Practical Model for International Collaboration that Contributes to Everyone's Health", both of which are part of the research project, "Nursing for People-Centered Initiatives in Health Care and Health Promotion". Four symposium panelists presented their experience. They spoke about difficult issues and unforeseen events facing women, and how they have been giving women courage amidst difficulties through mutual support, wisdom, and experience. Ms. Oguro has been involved as a midwife in activities that aid women's groups in Myanmar aiming to improve maternal and child health. Ms. Ishii has conducted self-help groups for people who have experienced a miscarriage, stillbirth, or neonatal death and she has developed mutual-support activities to help people deal with the sadness of losing a child. Ms. Chonan has founded an NPO that supports non-Japanese women living in Japan who share similar problems concerning marriage, birth, and child-rearing in Japan. Dr. Puffet, as a specialist on international and family nursing, shared her experiences with capacity building with women in the Central Asia. Each panelist's experience was essentially different yet had in common the resulting empowerment of women. Their activities implied the significance of collaboration between medical professionals and citizens, which indicated the changes and growth towards the structure of a smoother alliance. This symposium gave us a chance to reconfirm the elements of People-Centered Care that we realized from our COE activities. They are : compassion, learning from life experiences, words of mutual understanding, creation of useful health information, connections from different points of view, and decision-making.


  • コミュニティ・アセスメントが切り拓く公衆衛生活動 新しいモデルの提案 PDCAサイクルを活かすコミュニティ・アセスメント
    梅田 麻希
    日本公衆衛生学会総会抄録集 75回 140-140 Oct. 2016
  • 保健師基礎コースにおける放射線教育の意義と効果
    永井 智子, 小西 恵美子, 小林 真朝, 梅田 麻希, 小野 若菜子, 三森 寧子, 麻原 きよみ
    日本放射線看護学会学術集会講演集 5回 85-85 Jul. 2016
  • 公衆衛生看護における放射線教育に関する文献検討 放射線事故・災害後の研究から
    遠藤 直子, 江川 優子, 北宮 千秋, 小野 若菜子, 小林 真朝, 梅田 麻希, 荒木田 美香子, 菊地 透
    日本放射線看護学会学術集会講演集 5回 106-106 Jul. 2016
  • 【保健師にとって根拠(エビデンス)とは何か?】 研究機関でつくるエビデンス
    梅田 麻希
    地域保健 47(3) 18-24 Mar. 2016
  • Multi-distantプローブを用いた近赤外線スペクトロスコピーによる左右大脳半球相同領域の安静時機能的結合の計測可能性の検討
    榊原 英輔, 保前 文高, 川崎 真護, 西村 幸香, 滝沢 龍, 小池 進介, 木下 晃秀, 櫻田 華子, 山岸 美香, 西村 文親, 吉川 茜, 稲井 彩, 西岡 将基, 江里口 陽介, 松岡 潤, 里村 嘉弘, 岡田 直大, 垣内 千尋, 荒木 剛, 菅 知絵美, 梅田 麻希, 島津 明人, 橋本 英樹, 川上 憲人, 笠井 清登
    日本生物学的精神医学会・日本神経精神薬理学会合同年会プログラム・抄録集 37回・45回 208-208 Sep. 2015
  • 福島県避難区域外住民における精神的不調の増加とこれに対する放射線ストレスの影響
    川上 憲人, 梅田 麻希, 堀越 直子, 安村 誠司, 矢部 博興, 鈴木 友理子
    日本公衆衛生学会総会抄録集 73回 506-506 Oct. 2014
  • 福島県避難区域等住民の健康・生活上の困難 県民健康管理調査「こころの健康度・生活習慣に関する調査(面接調査)」の質的分析
    梅田 麻希, 川上 憲人, 堀越 直子, 菅 知絵美, 矢部 博興, 安村 誠司, 大津留 晶, 鈴木 友理子, 増子 博文
    日本社会精神医学会雑誌 23(3) 258-259 Aug. 2014
  • 社会経済的要因が配偶者間暴力と医療利用の関連に与える影響
    梅田 麻希, 川上 憲人
    日本公衆衛生学会総会抄録集 72回 482-482 Oct. 2013
  • 精神健康の社会格差 そのメカニズムを解明する 心理的資源が社会階層と健康の関係を媒介する
    菅 知絵美, 川上 憲人, 梅田 麻希
    ストレス科学 28(3) 186-186 Oct. 2013
  • 根拠に基づく実践の経験と精神障害者およびリカバリーに対する態度との関係 クロス・セクショナル研究
    山口 創生, 贄川 信幸, 前田 恵子, 種田 綾乃, 千葉 理恵, 梅田 麻希, 伊藤 順一郎
    国立精神・神経医療研究センター精神保健研究所年報(26) 243-243 Sep. 2013
  • The Association between Income Dynamics and Life Satisfaction : Evidence from Career Income Records in Japan
    小塩 隆士, 藤井 麻由, 梅田 麻希
    年金と経済 31(3) 83-90 Oct. 2012
  • 精神科専門職者における日本語版Recovery Knowledge Inventoryの信頼性・妥当性の検討
    千葉 理恵, 梅田 麻希, 宮本 有紀, 山口 創生, 川上 憲人
    日本公衆衛生学会総会抄録集 71回 445-445 Oct. 2012
  • 短縮版Conflict Tactic Scales2(CTS2S)の日本語版作成と信頼性・妥当性の検討
    梅田 麻希, 川上 憲人
    日本公衆衛生学会総会抄録集 71回 449-449 Oct. 2012
  • IPV被害を受けた女性に対するケアの原則 エキスパートによる支援の質的記述的研究
    梅田 麻希, 片岡 弥恵子
    日本公衆衛生学会総会抄録集 70回 442-442 Oct. 2011
  • 【世界の国々における保健師(PHN)の教育】 カナダにおけるPublic Health Nurse教育と大学院教育の役割
    梅田 麻希
    保健の科学 50(3) 159-164 Mar. 2008
  • CBPRとは何か? CBPRを地域保健活動に活用する
    安斎 ひとみ, 大森 純子, 梅田 麻希, 小野 若菜子, 小林 真朝, 麻原 きよみ
    地域保健 38(2) 76-84 Feb. 2007
  • 学士課程における地域看護の倫理教育プログラムの開発と評価(第1報) プログラムの開発過程
    麻原 きよみ, 尾崎 章子, 加藤 典子, 宮崎 紀枝, 長江 弘子, 百瀬 由美子, 小野 若菜子, 酒井 昌子, 大森 純子, 小林 真朝, 梅田 麻希, 小西 恵美子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 26回 274-274 Nov. 2006
  • 学士課程における地域看護の倫理教育プログラムの開発と評価(第2報) 倫理に対する認識や態度の変化
    梅田 麻希, 酒井 昌子, 小野 若菜子, 百瀬 由美子, 麻原 きよみ, 小林 真朝, 大森 純子, 宮崎 紀枝, 尾崎 章子, 長江 弘子, 加藤 典子, 小西 恵美子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 26回 275-275 Nov. 2006
  • 学士課程における地域看護の倫理教育プログラムの開発と評価(第3報) 地域看護領域の倫理的課題の特徴と理解
    宮崎 紀枝, 百瀬 由美子, 麻原 きよみ, 梅田 麻希, 大森 純子, 小林 真朝, 尾崎 章子, 加藤 典子, 長江 弘子, 酒井 昌子, 小野 若菜子, 小西 恵美子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 26回 275-275 Nov. 2006
  • 学士課程における地域看護の倫理教育プログラムの開発と評価(第4報) MSQを使用した倫理的感受性の変化
    小林 真朝, 大森 純子, 長江 弘子, 梅田 麻希, 尾崎 章子, 宮崎 紀枝, 加藤 典子, 小野 若菜子, 酒井 昌子, 麻原 きよみ, 百瀬 由美子, 小西 恵美子
    日本看護科学学会学術集会講演集 26回 276-276 Nov. 2006
  • 【Community-Based Participatory Research 患者・家族・市民とともに創る研究】 Community-Based Participatory Researchに関する文献レビュー
    酒井 昌子, 宮崎 紀枝, 麻原 きよみ, 鈴木 良美, 安齋 ひとみ, 加藤 典子, 有本 梓, 大森 純子, 梅田 麻希, 小野 若菜子, 小林 真朝
    看護研究 39(2) 121-134 Apr. 2006
    主に米国で論文の公表が急増している,研究者とコミュニティメンバーの協働的なアプローチを基盤とするCommunity-Based Participatory Research(CBPR)の理論,方法,および成果を明らかにすることを目的に,PubMed,CHINAHLを用いた文献検索を行い,得られた44件の論文をCooperの統合的レビューの方法論を参考に分析した.その結果,CBPRは,わが国の保健活動の一つである,健康問題を解決しコミュニティの力量をつける「地域づくり」活動に目的が合致するものであり,抽出されたCBPRの原則や具体的な方法・技術は,わが国の保健活動に活用できる可能性があると考えた

Research Grants & Projects

  • Spirituality in Helping Others who have alcohol related Challenges
    :The Other Research Programs
    Project Year: 2004 - 2005  

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