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Kuriko Kudo Last modified date:2023.03.24

Assistant Professor / International Medical Department / Kyushu University Hospital

1. Shunta Tomimatsu, Shuji Shimizu, Kuriko Kudo, Toru Oga, Shintaro Ueda, Tomohiko Moriyama, Event Style Preferences in Medical Education and Research Meetings in Japan, the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth, in press, 2022.12.
2. UEDA Shintaro, KUDO Kuriko, HISADA Yukiko, TOMIMATSU Shunta, SHIMIZU Shuji, MORIYAMA Tomohiko, Image Quality Required for Online Case Conferences on Minimally Invasive Surgery, 日本遠隔医療学会雑誌, 18, 2, 131-134, 2022.10.
3. Kuriko Kudo, Tatsuro Kudo, Shintaro Ueda, Yasuaki Antoku, Shunta TOmimatsu, Ho Shiaw-Hooi, Yukiko Hisada, Shuji Shimizu, Tomohiko Moriyama, The administrative burden on physicians and technicians for organizing international telemedicine conferences: Utility of a shared program management system in an international telemedicine network, Heliyon,, VOLUME 8, ISSUE 11, E11297, 2022.10.
4. Kuriko Kudo, Noriko Isobe, Shintaro Ueda, Shunta Tomimatsu, Tomohiko Moriyama, Shuji Shimizu, Barriers to International Telemedicine Conferencing: a Survey of the National University Hospital Council of Japan, J Telemed E Health,, 28, 3, 433-439, 2022.03.
5. Kudo K, Ueda S, Tomimatsu S, Hayata M, Kudo T, Antoku Y, Kimura T, Shimizu S, Moriyama T, Developing Evaluation Criteria for Engineering Training Programs in Remote Medical Education in Asia, IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment and Learning for Engineering (TALE), DOI: 10.1109/TALE52509.2021.9678723, 01-05, 2021.12.
6. Shintaro Ueda, Kuriko Kudo, Shunta Tomimatsu, Shuji Shimizu, Tomohiko Moriyama, Lecturers’ and students’ perspectives toward the shift to online teaching owing to COVID 19: a case at Kyushu University School of Medicine, 日本遠隔医療学会雑誌, 17, 2, 108-111, 2021.09.
7. Shimizu S, Tomimatsu S, Kudo K, Ueda S, Kekalih A, Makmun D, Estiasari R, Oki A, Moriyama T, Remote Medical Education in Indonesia: Analysis of 10 Years of Activities, Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth, 8: e6 (1-6), 2020.12.
8. Kuriko Kudo, Shintaro Ueda, Hidefumi Shitoh, Tetsuya Narikiyo, Shunta Tomimatsu, Sunao Watanabe, Takahiro Nakahara, Naoki Nakashima, Tomohiko Moriyama, Toshiaki Nakano, Shuji Shimizu, Participants’ Evaluation of a Virtual Academic Conference: Report from the 24th Japan Association of Medical Informatics Spring Symposium, Conference Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Conference of the Asia-Pacific Association for Medical Informatics, 71-76, 2020.11.
9. Shunta Tomimatsu, Kuriko Kudo , Tomohiko Moriyama, Shintaro Ueda, Yasuyuki Hirai, Shuji Shimizu, Technical Support for Rapid Replacement of Face to face Events with Online Events due to the COVID 19 Pandemic: a Case Study from Kyushu University Hospital, Conference Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Conference of the Asia-Pacific Association for Medical Informatics, 66-70, 2020.11.
10. Shintaro Ueda, Kuriko Kudo, Tomohiko Moriyama, Shunta Tomimatsu, Shuji Shimizu, Barriers Against and Improvement Measures of Discussion During Bilateral Video-Conferencing in an Early Gastric Cancer Case Study, Conference Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Conference of the Asia-Pacific Association for Medical Informatics, 77-81, 2020.11.
11. Moriyama T, Han HS, Kudo K, Sadakari Y, Moriyama T, Nakashima N, Nakamura M, Shimizu S, Role of International Tele-Education with Live Surgery for Pre-Clinical Medical Students, Proceedings of the APAN – Research Workshop 2019, 48-53, 2019.07.
12. Kuriko Kudo, Tomohiko Moriyama, Shunta Tomimatsu, Shintaro Ueda, Shuji Shimizu, A Train-the-Trainers ( TtT ) Programme for Engineers for Hosting Multiparty International Clinical Teleconferences, J Int Soc Telemed eHealth, 10.29086/JISfTeH.7.e16, 7, 1-8, 2019.03.
13. Shintaro Ueda, Kuriko Kudo, Tomohiko Moriyama, Yoshinori Suyama, Shuji Shimizu, A step forward in sharing images during telemedicine conferences, 日本遠隔医療学会雑誌, 14, 2, 151-154, 2018.10.
14. Technical agenda considering QoE in large multiparty videoconferencing for clinical case study.
15. Shunta Tomimatsu, Kuriko Kudo, Taiki Moriyama, Moriyama Tomohiko, Tomoaki Taguchi, Shuji Shimizu, How to Prevent Technical Issues in Large Multiparty Medical Videoconferencing, J Int Soc Telemed eHealth, 10.29086/JISfTeH.6.e10, 6, e10, 5-8, 2018.05.
16. Kudo K, Tomimatsu S, Moriyama T, Tanimoto MA, Villalón SLJ, Shimizu S, Remote Medical Education in Latin America, Seventh Conference of Directors of Information Technology, TICAL 2017 Management of ICTs for Research and Collaboration, 267-276, 2017.09.
17. Installation of regular medical videoconference inside Indonesia.
18. Information design for handling international medical teleconference.
19. Shiaw-Hooi Ho, Rungsun Rerknimitr, Kuriko Kudo, Shunta Tomimatsu, Mohamad Zahir Ahmad, Akira Aso, Dong Wan Seo, Khean-Lee Goh, Shuji Shimizu, Telemedicine for gastrointestinal endoscopy- The Endoscopic Club E-conference in the Asia Pacific Region, Endosc Int Open, 10.1055/s-0043-102935, 5, 4, E244-E252, 2017.04, Background and study aims An Endoscopic Club E-conference (ECE) was set up in May 2014 to cater to increased demand for gastrointestinal endoscopy-related teleconferences in the Asia-Pacific region which were traditionally organized by the medical working group (MWG) of Asia-Pacific Advanced Network. This study describes how the ECE meeting was run, examines the group dynamics, outlines feedback and analyzes factors affecting the enthusiasm of participants. It is hoped that the findings here can serve as guidance for future development of other teleconference groups. Methods The preparation, running of and feedback on the ECE teleconference were evaluated and described. The country's economic situation, time zone differences, connectivity with a research and education network (REN) and engineering cooperation of each member were recorded and analyzed with regard to their association with participant enthusiasm, which was taken as participation in at least 50 % of the meetings since joining. Associations were calculated using 2-way table with chi-square test to generate odds ratio and P value. Results To date, ECE members have increased from 7 to 29 (increment of 314 %). Feedback received indicated a high level of satisfaction with program content, audiovisual transmission and ease of technical preparation. Upper gastrointestinal luminal endoscopy-related topics were the most favored program content. Those topics were presented mainly via case studies with a focus on management challenges. Time zone differences of more than 6 hours and poor engineering cooperation were independently associated with inactive participation (P values of 0.04 and 0.001 respectively). Conclusions Good program content and high-quality audiovisual transmission are keys to the success of an endoscopic medical teleconference. In our analysis, poor engineering cooperation and discordant time zones contributed to inactive participation while connectivity with REN and a country's economic situation were not significantly associated with participant enthusiasm..
20. Information design for handling international medical teleconference.
21. The effect of technical preparation to troubles in regular teleconferences.
22. Standardization of the Necessary Information Items for Handling International Medical Teleconference.
23. Application to telemedicine education using TV conference system.
24. Shuji Shimizu, Kuriko Kudo, Yasuaki Antoku, Min Hu, Koji Okamura, Naoki Nakashima, Ten-Year Experience of Remote Medical Education in Asia, Telemed J E Health, 10.1089/tmj.2014.0018, 20, 11, 1021-1026, 2014.11.
25. Kuriko Kudo, Shuji Shimizu, Ti-Chuang Chiang, Yasuaki Antoku, Min Hu, Yoshiko Houkabe, Naoki Nakashima, Evaluation of Videoconferencing Systems for Remote Medical Education, Creat Educ, Vol.5, No.12, 1064-1070, 2014.05.
26. Trial of DVTS connection by commercial networks in Japan for telemedicine.
27. Cao Duc Minh, Shuji Shimizu, Kuriko Kudo, Yasuaki Antoku, Nobuhiro Torata, Koji Okamura, Naoki Nakashima, Masao Tanaka, Comparison between digital video transport system(DVTS) and high definition H.323 system in telemedicine, In: Jordanova M, Lievens F, eds. Global Telemedicine and eHealth Updates: Knowledge Resources (Vol. 5). Luxembourg: International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH), 310-313, 2012, 2012.04.
28. Cao Duc Minh, Shuji Shimizu, Antoku Yasuaki, Nobuhiro Torata, Kuriko Kudo, Koji Okamura, Naoki Nakashima, Masao Tanaka, Emerging technologies for telemedicine., Korean journal of radiology : official journal of the Korean Radiological Society, 10.3348/kjr.2012.13.S1.S21, 13 Suppl 1, 2012.01, This paper focuses on new technologies that are practically useful for telemedicine. Three representative systems are introduced: a Digital Video Transport System (DVTS), an H.323 compatible videoconferencing system, and Vidyo. Based on some of our experiences, we highlight the advantages and disadvantages of each technology, and point out technologies that are especially targeted at doctors and technicians, so that those interested in using similar technologies can make appropriate choices and achieve their own goals depending on their specific conditions..
29. Kuriko Matsunaga, Taisuk Kwon, Etsuo GENDA, The Proposal Method of Expression Human Face for the Kabuki Make-Up Archives -the Kabuki Make-Up Represented by Using Face Replica and 3D CG, International Journal of Asia Digital Art and Design, 8, 5-11, 2008.10.
30. Kwon T, Matsunaga K, Genda E, Animatronics for control of countenance muscles in face using moving-units, ACM SIGGRAPH 2008 New Tech Demos Article, 2, 1, 2008.08, [URL].