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Kimiyo Kikuchi Last modified date:2022.12.16

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Department of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medical Sciences .
Academic Degree
Country of degree conferring institution (Overseas)
Yes Bachelor Master
Field of Specialization
Global Health, Maternal and Child Health, telehealthcare, digital health, HIV
Total Priod of education and research career in the foreign country
Research Interests
  • ・Global Health/International Health Research
    ・Telemedicine/Remote Health Care Research for Mothers and Child in Bangladesh
    ・Cluster Randomized Controlled Trials on Child HIV in Cambodia
    keyword : Global Health, International Health, Maternal and Child Health, HIV
Academic Activities
1. Islam R, Ahmed A, Yokota F, Kikuchi K, Nishikitani M, Izukura R, Sato Y, Nohara Y, Nakashima N, Portable health clinic as a telemedicine system with appropriate technologies for unreached communities. In Maeder AJ, Higa C, van den Berg MEL, & Gough C (Eds.), Telehealth Innovations in Remote Healthcare Services Delivery - Global Telehealth 2020., IOS Press, (pp. 57-67), 2021.04, [URL].
1. Kikuchi K, Gyapong M, Shibanuma A, Evelyn A, Okawa S, Addei S, Nanishi K, Tawia C, Yasuoka J, Yeji F, Oduro A, Owusu-Agyei S, Quansah-Asare G, Hodgson A, Jimba M, EMBRACE intervention to improve the Continuum of Care in maternal and newborn health in Ghana: The RE-AIM framework based evaluation, Journal of Global Health, doi: 10.7189/jogh.11.08002, 11, 08002, 2021.04.
1. Kimiyo Kikuchi, ICT perspective in maternal and child health for ensuring fair distribution of healthcare service, SocialTech Summit, 2021.10.
Membership in Academic Society
  • International AIDS Society
  • American Public Health Association
  • Japan Association for International Health
  • Japanese Society of Public Health