Miki Akiyama

Miki Akiyama

Professor
Faculty of Environment and Information Studies
Graduate School of Health Management
Graduate School of Media and Governance
DegreesPhD. Medicine, Keio Univerisity, PhD. Media and Governance, Keio University. Msc. Media and Communication Regulation, London School of Economics and Political Science.
Other Positions Currently HeldAdjunct Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Keio University. Lecturer, Department of Mecdicine, Toho Univerisity.
Areas of ExpertiseHealth Communication, Community Health, Public Health, Epidemiology, Health Policy.
Courses TaughtSPECIAL RESEARCH PROJECT,SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN,MANAGEMENT OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISE(HUMAN SECURITY),EVIDENCE BASED HEALTH POLICY, MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATION,INTRODUCTION TO INTEGRATED HEALTH RESEARCH,FOOD ISSUES AND INNOVATION,HEALTH COMMUNICATION,INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN FOR RISK SOCIETY,MANAGEMENT OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISE(HEALTHCARE),SEMINAR(Community Health Research),SEMINAR(Health Behavior and Communication),SEMINAR(Health Behavior and Communication),SEMINAR(Planning of Health Communication Workshop),GRADUATE SCHOOL PROJECT (Platform and Business)
AffiliationsAcademy Health, The American Public Health Association , International Conference on Information Systems.
Selected PublicationsPEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
(in English)
・Akiyama M, Abraham C, "Comparative cost-benefit analysis of tele-homecare for community-dwelling elderly in Japan: Non-Government versus Government Supported Funding Models", International Journal of Medical Informatics. 2017 May [epub ahead of print]
・Akiyama M, Yoo BK, "A Systematic Review of the Economic Evaluation of Telemedicine in Japan", J Prev Med Public Health. 2016 Jul;49(4):183-96.
・Akiyama M, Hirai K, Takebayashi T, Morita T, Miyashita M, Takeuchi A, Yamagishi A, Kinoshita H, Shirahige Y, and Eguchi K. “The effects of community-wide dissemination of information on perceptions of palliative care, knowledge about opioids, and sense of security among cancer patients, their families, and the general public”, Supportive Care in Cancer. 2016 Jan;24(1):347-56.
・Morita M, Miyashita M, Yamagishi Y, Akiyama M, Akizuki N, Hirai K, Imura C, Kato M, Kizawa Y, Shirahige Y, Yamaguchi T, Eguchi K. “Effects of a programme of interventions on regional comprehensive palliative care for patients with cancer: a mixed-methods study”. Lancet Oncology. 2013 Jun; 14(7):638-46.
・Akiyama M, Takebayashi T, Morita T, Miyashita M, Hirai K, Matoba M, Akizuki, N, Shirahige Y, Yamagishi A, Eguchi K. “What patients in the advanced stages of cancer know and believe about palliative and home care: a nationwide survey in Japan”, Supportive Care in Cancer. 2012 May; 20(5):923-31.
・Hirai K, Kudo T, Akiyama M, Matoba M, Shiozaki M, Yamaki T, Yamagishi A, Miyashita M, Morita T, Eguchi K. “Public awareness, knowledge of availability, and readiness for cancer palliative care services: A population based survey across four regions in Japan”, Journal of Palliative Medicine. 2011 Aug; 14(8):918-22.
・Abraham C, Nishihara E, Akiyama M. “Transforming healthcare with information technology in Japan: a review of policy, people, and progress”, International Journal of Medical Informormatics. 2011 Mar;80(3):157-70.

BOOKS AND CHAPTERS
・Akiyama, M. et al. "Value Creating Health Information Platform", Keio University Press, 2016. (in Japanese).
・Akiyama, M.“Chap14 Communication” (pp. 180-191) in Rebuilt Japan Initiative Foundation,"Japan in Peril", CLSA Books, Hong Kong.(in English).
・Akiyama, M. “Toward Community Health”, Iwanami publishing, pp.1-232, 2013. (in Japanese).
・Akiyama, M. “Community care, Communication and Information Technology: empowering care givers and medical professionals”, Keio University Press, pp. 1-237, 2008. (in Japanese).
・Hirai, A. and Akiyama, M. “Restructuring Community Medicine”, Iwanami publishing, pp. 1-213, 2008. (in Japanese)
・Akiyama, M. and Noda, K. Chapter 4 “Health Management and Communication”, in Tanaka, S, Kawabuchi, K, and Kono, T. Health Management for Happy Company and Society, Keiso-shobo publishing, pp. 70-102, 2010. (in Japnese) .
・Akiyama, M. Chapter 4.2. “Information Sharing and Communication in Regional Medical Collaboration”, in Tanaka, S., Furukawa, T. MBA lessons of Medical and Care Organizations Management, Igaku-shoin, pp. 162-179, 2009.(in Japanese)

CONFERENCES
・Akiyama M, Research Roundtable: Telehealth and Distance Learning: An International Perspective on Policies and Practices, January 15, 2017
・Akiyama M, Effects of community-wide campaign on knowledge and belief of palliative care among cancer patients, families, and general public", APHA 2016 Annual Meeting, Denver, Oct 31, 2016
・Akiyama M, "Effects of Community-Wide Campaign on Perception of Palliative Care and Sense of Security Among Japanese Population Aged 40 to80 Years", 2016 National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media, August 23-25, 2016
・Akiyama M, Yoo BK, "Comparative Cost-Benefit Analysis of Tele-homecare for community-dwelling elderly in Japan: Government funded versus Private financing Model", 6th Biennial Conference of the American Society of Health Economics Conference, Philadelphia, June 12-15, 2016


 
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