Hitomi Kanayama

FacultyInternational Social and Health Sciences, Environmental Health
Teacher OrganizationInternational Social and Health Sciences
Education and
 Research Organization
Faculty of Medical Sciences, School of Medicine
PositionAssistant Professor
Last Updated: 19/08/20 14:30

Researcher Profile & Settings

Name

    Hitomi Kanayama

Research Areas

  • Public Health
  • Health Promotion and Epidemiology
  • Climate Medicine

Affiliation

  •  International Social and Health Sciences, Environmental Health Assistant Professor

Degree

  • Ph.D in Medicine
  • Master of Science

Association Memberships

    Research Institute of Health Resort Medicine trustee,The Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physical Medicine other,ISMH: International Society of Medical Hydrology and Climatology member,ICOH: International Commission on Occupational Health member,ISB: International Society of Biometeorology member,The Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physical Medicine member,Japan Society for Occupational Health member,Japanese Society of Public Health member,The Japanese Society for Hygiene member,Hokuriku Association of Public Health member,Japanese Society of Biometeorology member,Regional Science Association of Spa, Japan member,Japan Meteorological Society member,Physical Society of Japan member,

Research Activities

Published Papers

Books etc

  • TWO MONTHS CLIMATOTHERAPY PROGRAMME FOR PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH IMPROVEMENTS: A PILOT STUDY.
    Hitomi Kanayama, Yukinori Kusaka, Hiroyuki Inoue, Gisela Immich, Yuko Agishi, Angela Schuh
    Aluna Publishing Jun.  2019
  • Climatotherapy in the world and the potential of Japanese climate and geographical features to health promotion and disease prevention.
    Hitomi Kanayama, Yukinori Kusaka, Kazuhiro Sato, Tarou Tamura
    J Jpn Soc Balneol Climatol Phys Med 77(5) May  2014

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Two months climatotherapy programme for physical and mental health improvements: a pilot study.
    Hitomi Kanayama, Yukinori Kusaka, Hiroyuki Inoue, Gisela Immich, Yuko Agishi, Angela Schuh
    44 World Congress of International Society of Medical Hydrology (Wieliczka, Poland) Jun.  2019 International Society of Medical Hydrology and Climatology (ISMH), Polskie Towarzystwo Balneologii i Medycyny Fizykalnej, Kapalnia Soli Wieliczka
  • Profile of Mood Status of elderly people during climatotherapy and spa bathing at the seaside.
    Hitomi Kanayama, Chihoko Yamamoto
    The 84th Annual Meeting of The Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physical Medicine May  2019 The Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physical Medicine
  • Bathing habits of elderly people and the effect of their mood status by spa bathing.
    Chihoko Yamamoto, Hitomi Kanayama
    The 84th Annual Meeting of The Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physocal Medicine May  2019 The Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physical Medicine.
  • Two months climatotherapy for Japanese workers.
    Hitomi Kanayama
    The 83th Annual Meeting of The Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physical Medicine May  2018 The Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physical Medicine
  • Peripheral temperature responses to the stimuli of the cold and alternating arm bathing among Japanese elderly residents, a pilot study
    H.Kanayama
    The 82nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physical Medicine Jun.  2017 The Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physical Medicine
  • Hokuriku short-version climatotherapy programme, a pilot study
    H.Kanayama
    The 82nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physical Medicine Jun.  2017 The Japanese Society of Balneology, Climatology and Physical Medicine
  • Improvements in the Profile of Mood Status after participation in the short-version climatotherapy programme among Japanese workers.
    H.Kanayama, Y.Kusaka
    ACOH2017 (The 22nd Asian Conference on Occupational Health) Apr.  2017
  • Hokuriku Short Version Climatotherapy Programme.
    H.Kanayama
    41st ISMH World Congress  May  2016 ISMH (International Society of Medical Hydrology and Climatology)
  • Assessment of Physicians Proficiency in Reading Pneumoconiosis X-rays with a Set of Examination Films: 8-Index Study and 4-Factor Study.
    H Kanayama, T Tamura, Y Kusaka, H zhou, N Suganuma, P Subhannachart, K Hering, J Parker, E Algranti, I Fedotov
    31st ICOH, International Congress on Occupational Health Jun.  2015
  • An Improvement Action toward Workers' Lead Exposure Reduction at a Japanese Electrical Manufacturer
    H.Kanayama, Y.Kusaka, K.Sato, T.Tamura
    ACOH2014 (The 21st Asian Conference on Occupational Health) Sep.  2014
  • Climatotherapy in the world and the potential of Japanese climate and geographical features to health promotion and disease prevention
    H.Kanayama, Y.Kusaka, K.Sato, T.Tamura
    39th ISMH (World Congress of International Society of Medical Hydrology and Climatology) May  2014 ISMH (International Society of Medical Hydrology and Climatology)
  • Work-Related Allergy in Medical Doctors ? atopy, exposure to domestic animals, eczema induced by common chemicals and membership of the surgical profession as potential risk factors ?
    H.Kanayama, K.Sato, Y.Kusaka, T.Mori, T.Hirai, T.Umemura, T.Tamura, T.Ido, M.Kumakiri
    30th ICOH, International Congress on Occupational Health Mar.  2012
  • Work-Related Allergy in Medical Doctors ? atopy, domestic animals, eczema induced by daily use goods and surgical profession could be risk factors ?
    H.Kanayama, K.Sato, Y.Kusaka, T.Mori, T.Hirai, T.Umemura, T.Tamura, T.Ido, M.Kumakiri
    20th ACOH, Asian Conference on Occupational Health Mar.  2011
  • Work-Related Rhinitis Among Medical Doctors: Life-style in His/her School Days Affects the Incidence?
    H.Kanayama, K.Sato, T.Hirai, Y.Kusaka
    29th ICOH, International Congress on Occupational Health Mar.  2009