KITAMURA Toshiharu



Hospital  General Physician Center 

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    Akita University   Faculty of Medicine   Graduated

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  • 2021.02

    Akita University   Hospital   General Physician Center   Specially-appointed Assistant Professor  


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  • Report on the 5th Japan-Korea Primary Care Exchange Programme

    Isao Watanabe, Toshiharu Kitamura, Asako Saji, Shin Yoshida

    Japan Primary Care Association   43 ( 1 ) 22 - 24   2020.03

  • Initiatives by the Department of Community and Family Medicine at Fukushima Medical University for the Development of High-quality Primary Health Care

    Kitamura Toshiharu, Kassai Ryuki, Kanke Satoshi, Nakamura Koki, Wakayama Takashi, Mori Fuyuto

    Iryo To Shakai ( The Health Care Science Institute )  29 ( 1 ) 45 - 58   2019.10

    <p>The integrated community care system(ICCS) in Japan only focuses on home care for the elderly with dementia, resulting in the need to construct a communityoriented coordinating system that addresses the service delivery of all care modalities in meeting the health needs of all people in the community, namely a "genuine ICCS". This aligns with the establishment of high-quality primary health care(PHC), which is emphasized in the Declaration of Astana(adopted in October 2018 at the 40th anniversary of the Declaration of Alma Ata), as a cornerstone of a sustainable health system for universal health coverage and health-related Sustainable Development Goals. In this article, we introduce the process and outcome of various initiatives that the Department of Community and Family Medicine at Fukushima Medical University has conducted over the past 13 years since its foundation in March 2006. The initiatives span administrative and multidisciplinary collaborations at six teaching practices founded by the clinics and hospitals in Fukushima Prefecture including disaster response; clinical education for undergraduate and postgraduate trainees; homestay programs; train-the-trainers programs in mental health quality improvement; scholarship and doctors' career development programs in rural and remote areas; and the benchmarking of PHC against other countries. We aspire to continue training our trainers to understand, practice and teach the principles of PHC and family medicine, and to support them so that high quality PHC can be widely established in Japan under their leadership.</p>

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  • Japanese Family Doctors' Challenge to Global Standards

    北村 俊晴

    22nd WONCA WORLD CONFERENCE in SEOUL  (SEOUL KORIA)  2018.10  -  2018.10  World Organization of Family Doctors

  • 家庭医・総合診療医が病院で実践する! 患者中心の医療の方法


    第3回 総合診療を知るセミナー 秋  (仙台)  2016.11  -  2016.11  国立大学法人東北大学病院

  • 患者中心の医療


    初期研修医勉強会  (伊達郡)  2016.06  -  2016.06  公立藤田総合病院