Akihiko  Ozaki

Akihiko Ozaki

My current research focuses upon the long-term health consequences of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster in terms of health and local social structure. In particular, I am interested in how the Fukushima nuclear disaster affected the physical health and overall well-being of the local cancer patients. More broadly, I am a researcher interested in disparity in cancer care and screening programs in both rural areas and developing countries, and outreach programs to enhance the access to health care, as well as general disaster medicine.

Articles contributed to by this person

Obituary 23 August 2017

Dr Hideo Takano: Loss of the sole physician who continued practice in the disaster area of Futaba District, Fukushima Prefecture

Letter to the Editor 23 December 2016

Solutions to physician undersupply in rural areas: from the experience of rural Fukushima

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WONCA Asia Pacific Region Conference 2022, Myanmar
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29th Annual Rural & Remote Medicine Conference, Ottawa
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6th Nordic Conference for Rural Research
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16th National Rural Health Conference, Australia
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WONCA Europe Region Conference 2022
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WONCA World Rural Health Conference 2022
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WONCA World Conference 2023, Australia
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