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Kazuo  Inoue

Prof Kazuo Inoue

Japan

I am an alumni of Jichi Medical University and have practiced in rural areas for 13 years. In 2003, I became a faculty of Department of Public Health, Uiversity of Tokyo. In 2009, I moved to Teikyo Unversity School of Medicine as the founding professor of Department of Community Medicine. You can look at my information at http://www.e-campus.gr.jp/staffinfo/public/staff/detail/1548/165. Sorry for Japanese, but you can see my work in English.


Articles contributed to by this person


Editorial 18 March 2011

Earthquake, tsunami, radiation leak, and crisis in rural health in Japan


Original Research 11 May 2012

Characteristics of physicians, their migration patterns and distance: a longitudinal study in Hiroshima, Japan


Original Research 26 April 2012

Does the insufficient supply of physicians worsen their urban-rural distribution? A Hiroshima-Nagasaki comparison


Original Research 18 May 2009

Transition of physician distribution (1980-2002) in Japan and factors predicting future rural practice


Original Research 18 July 2008

Long-term effect of the Home Prefecture Recruiting Scheme of Jichi Medical University, Japan


Review Article 7 June 2010

Retention of physicians in rural Japan: concerted efforts of the government, prefectures, municipalities and medical schools


Policy Report 24 September 2014

Non-physician communities in Japan: are they still disadvantaged?

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