Shoko Miyagawa

Shoko Miyagawa

Associate Professor
Faculty of Nursing and Medical Care
DegreesPh.D (Media and Governance)
Other Positions Currently HeldRepresentative of IT DART(Disaster Assistance and Response Team)
Short BiographyBA from Hitotsubashi University (Economics)
MA from Hitotsubashi University (Business Administration)
PH.D in Media and Governance from Keio University
MS in Health Informatics from University of Texas School of Biomedical Informatics

Research Area:IT application for healthcare
- Health promotion program for elderly people using Web2.0
- IT application for health assessment in disaster situation
- Development of nursing tools using digital fabrication enviromnent
Areas of Expertisehealth informatics
Courses TaughtGRADUATE SCHOOL PROJECT (Network Communities)
Selected PublicationsShoko Miyagawa, Ikuyo Kaneko, Jun Murai: Making Network Communities Work, INET '98, Geneva, 1998/7.
Shoko Miyagawa, Hidehiro Ohashi, Ikuyo Kaneko: Designing and Constructing Job Matching Service in the Internet for People with Disabilities, INET '99, San Jose, California, 1999/6.
Shoko Miyagawa, Ikuyo Kaneko: Design and Development of Community-Oriented Tools, Digital Cities (Lecture notes in computer science; 1765), 2000/3.
Shoko Miyagawa: Circulation of Values and Trust Infrastructure for Human Service Communities, Proc. of International Symposium in Interactive Society with Information Commons, 2004/1.
Shoko Miyagawa at.el.:A Support System for Service Promotion in Business Oriented NPOs Using E-Community Currecy, SAINT 2005, 2005/2.
Shoko Miyagawa , Yuji Ohgi, Yuko Oguma Teruo Yamashita, Shigeo Ohsawa, Yoko Sato“A Community-based Health Promotion Program with Online Off-line Combination”, IADIS International Conference of E-health, 2009.6, Portugal.
Shoko Miyagawa, Shigeichiro Yamasaki, Eiko Uchiyama, Donald Amoroso "Framework for Information Sharing with Privacy and Priority Control in Long-Term Care in Japan", International Journal of E-Health and Medical Communications IGI Global 5/ 1, 46-62,2014.
Shoko Miyagawa, ICT utilization for disaster management, IEICE Tech. Rep. 115/ 207, IA2015-37, 1-4 2015/11/01.
Shoko Miyagawa "The role of Information Technology for Relief Assistance of Large-scale Disaster", Keio SFC Journal, Vol.16, No.1, 2016.
Shoko Miyagawa, Yuko Oguma, Yuji Ohgi "Evaluation of a Community-based Health Promotion Program with Online Off-line Combination: The Effect of an Online Diet Record System on Self-rated Achievement", Procedia Computer Science, Volume 100, 2016, Pages 768-775.
Project Web Pagehttp://fabnurse.org/
Contact Information4411 Endo Fujisawa, Kanagawa 252-0883 Japan
Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus
miyagawa (at) sfc.keio.ac.jp
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