Shoichi Maeda
前田 正一 マエダ ショウイチ


九州大学大学院医学研究院 医療ネットワーク学講座 助手

東京大学大学院医学系研究科 生命・医療倫理人材養成ユニット 特任講師

東京大学大学院医学系研究科 医療安全管理学講座 特任助教授・准教授
(この間、東京大学医学部附属病院 患者相談・臨床倫理センター 副センター長(兼務)、大学院医学系研究科 公共健康医学専攻 兼担教員)

慶應義塾大学大学院健康マネジメント研究科 医療マネジメント専修 准教授








●医療紛争(医学書院、2003(共著)) など


●Maeda S, Kamishiraki E, Jay S, Ikeda N. Why are autopsy rates low in Japan? Views of ordinary citizens and doctors in the case of unexpected patient death and medical error. Journal of Healthcare Risk Management 33(1): 18-25, 2013

●Maeda S, Jay S, Kamishiraki E, Ikeda N. Responsibility for reporting patient death due to hospital error in Japan when an error occurred at a referring institution. Journal of Law and Medicine 21: 441-446, 2013

●Maeda S, Kamishiraki E, Jay S. Patient Safety Education at Japanese Medical Schools: Results of a Nationwide Survey. BMC Research Note 5: 226-, 2012

●Kamishiraki E, Maeda S, Jay S, Ikeda N. Attitudes toward clinical autopsy in unexpected patient deaths in Japan: a nationwide survey of the general public and physicians. Journal of Medical Ethics 38(12): 735-741, 2012

●Maeda S, Kamishiraki E, Jay S, Ehara K. Patient safety education at Japanese Nursing Schools: Results of a Nationwide Survey. BMC Research Note 4: 416-, 2011

●Iijima H, Ishizuka A, Maeda S(equal contribution). Incidents within Community Pharmacies across Japan: An Analysis of the Newly Launched Incident Collecting Project among Community Pharmacies and a Comparison of Causes between Hospital Pharmacies and Community Pharmacies. Clinical Risk 17(5): 174-179, 2011

●Maeda S & Jay S (equal contribution). JMAT: Japanese Medical Association Calls on Physicians to Volunteer. BMJ (on line publication:, 2011

●Jay S & Maeda S (equal contribution). Earthquake in Japan. Lancet 377(9778): 1653, 2011

●Jay S, Maeda S(equal contribution). Doctor as Criminal: Reporting of Patient Deaths to the Police and Criminal Prosecution of Healthcare Providers in Japan. BMC Health Services Research 26: 10:53, 2010

●Kamishiraki E, Maeda S, Jay S, Ikeda N. Attitudes toward Autopsy in Unexpected Death: A Nation-wide Survey of Physicians and Risk Managers in Japanese Teaching Hospitals. Medicine, Science and the Law 50(2): 60-66, 2010

●Maeda S, Kamishiraki E, Jay S, Ikeda N. Attitudes regarding reporting healthcare-associated patient deaths to the police: A nationwide survey of physicians and risk managers in Japanese teaching hospitals. Legal Medicine 12: 296-299, 2010

●Kamishiraki E, Maeda S, Ikeda N. The acceptability of decision to withdraw life-sustaining treatment based on the living will and substituted judgements involving decision. Legal Medicine 11(S1): S396-S398, 2009
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