< Online teleconference seminar 2020: International Environmental and Occupational Health Program >
From September 15 to December 15, this year’s teleconference seminar: International Environmental and Occupational Health Program was held online.
UOEH participated in 11 lectures through this year’s series of teleconference seminar while connecting with 4 other international sites: National Taiwan University (main site), Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Khon Kaen University (Thailand) and Singapore National University during each session. Lecturers from each site provided lectures primarily on occupational and environmental health from international perspectives.
Four of UOEH academics gave lectures for the teleconference seminar this year. Details are as follows:
“Occupational Mental Health in Japan- Challenges and opportunities” by Professor Hisashi Eguchi, Department of Mental Health, Institute of Industrial Ecological Sciences
“Relation between flow state and physiological responses” by Research Associate Hiroyuki Kuraoka, Department of Occupational Safety and Health Management, School of Health Sciences
“Introduction to Positive deviance: Communication strategy for behavioral and social change” by Professor Yoko Kawamura, Department of Occupational Safety and Health Management, School of Health Sciences
“Asymptomatic malaria: a huge wall in the way to eradication” by Assistant Professor Shoichi Shimizu, Department of Immunology and Parasitology, School of Medicine