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2nd NCU Contact Points in Asia Symposium - Poster Session -


2nd NCU Contact Points in Asia Symposium

Poster Session

We are pleased to share with you the poster session title for 2nd NCU Contact Points in Asia Symposium.
You can meet poster presenters on zoom at 16:00 -17:00 JST on 25th and 26th August.
Please do not hesitate to register for our symposium.
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Poster Session Presenters List
Core Time Group Poster Number Affiliation Name Title
Day1

8/25

16:00
to
17:00
Group1 P-1 University of Santo Tomas Carlos Ignacio P. Lugay, Jr. A Comparative Study on the Human preference and the Nutritional Value between Mung Bean Chips and Common Commercial Snack Food
P-2 Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences Enkhjargal Yanjmaa Measurement of diabetes-related emotional distress
Mongolian Patients with Diabetes Mellitus
P-3 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Medical Sciences UCHIDA Megumi Optimizing smartphone psychotherapy for depression and anxiety among cancer patients: Multiphase optimization strategy (MOST) using an innovative clinical trial system (SMartphone Intervention to LEssen depression/Anxiety and GAIN resilience: SMILE AGAIN project)
P-28 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Nursing KATSUKI Fujika Causal pathways between social support for mothers of patients with eating disorders and improvement of patient’s symptoms: a cohort study
Group2 P-5 University of Santo Tomas Gabriel C. Bucu Establishing an Optimal Model on the Total Implementation Cost in Preventing the Occurrence of Dengue Outbreak in the Barangays of Lipa City, Batangas using Integer Linear Programming
P-6 University of Santo Tomas Gabriel C. Bucu Establishing a Procurement Model in Philippine Barangay Health Centers Using an Integer Linear Programming Model
P-20 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Nursing KADOMA Akiko Possibilities and Challenges of Dialogic Approach Training for Child Guidance Center Staff
P-8 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences TAGAMI Tatsuaki 3D printing of swallow able minitablet for pediatric and elderly people
Group3 P-9 University of Santo Tomas Joehanna K. Ngo Quality Assessment by Users of a Philippine Public Library
P-10 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Economics MORITA-YAMAMOTO Yoko The Effects of Gender Identity on Market and Non-market Work of Married Women in Japan
P-11 Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences Odgerel Lundee Assessment on specialized nurses’ nursung care of the mental health Mongolia
P-12 Nagoya City University, Faculty of Pharmacy WASHIO Takumi Case report about the utilization of 3D printer in COVID-19 pandemic
Group4 P-13 University of Santo Tomas Angelito A. Silverio Development of a Wearable System for Fall Detection and Physiological Signs Monitoring
P-14-1 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Scieneces ICHIKAWA Tetsu Authorized Tradition, Flexible Tradition: Cormorant Fishing Tourism in Nagara River and Kiso River
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P-15 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Scieneces NAGAI Kiyoko The invention of Bushotai
-Tourism of Samurai army generals in Nagoya's local context
P-16 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Design and Architecture ITO Karen / OBAYASHI Kenya / FURUYA Kenya Work × Connection: Connect region to people
P-17 Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences Munkhuu Oyun Packaged Spring Water Quality and Hygiene Study
Day2

8/26

16:00
to
17:00
Group1 P-18 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Economics IWAMOTO Tomohiro Incorporating Aichi Prefecture into a Global CGE Model
P-19 University of Santo Tomas Joehanna K. Ngo Maximizing Customer Satisfaction among Private Tertiary Hospitals: A Case Study using Quality Function Deployment
P-7 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Nursing MATSUDA Yoko Association between social support and positive perception of life in family members of patients with mental illness
P-21 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Design and Architecture OKAMOTO Haruki / KODA Shintaro / NONODA Yukie Work × Campus: Create exchanges between students who start businesses across universities
Group2 P-22 University of Santo Tomas Gabriel C. Bucu An Integrated Application of Integer Linear Programming and Ergonomic Principles in Re-designing Disaster Go Backpacks for Adult Filipinos
P-23 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Design and Architecture ICHIKAWA Yoko Suggestions for health promotion of woman teleworkers
P-24 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Nursing ODAJIMA Yuki The development and evaluation of a class program designed to improve the clinical reasoning capabilities of undergraduate nursing students
P-25 Hasanuddin University Yahya Thamrin The Development of Ergonomic Work Aid for Seaweed Farmers in Takalar District
Group3 P-26 University of Santo Tomas Angelito A. Silverio Design of a Wearable Sweat Rate Sensor using Calorimetric Flow on a Microfluidic Patch
P-27 Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences Baigalmaa Dovdon Prevalence of anxiety and depression among the nurse’s
during the COVID-19 pandemic in Mongolia
P-4 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Nursing YOSHINO Asako Associations between social support and access to healthcare among Vietnamese students in Japanese language schools in Aichi Prefecture
P-29 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Design and Architecture Yuniar Afifa Nur Energy saving effect and optical environment by using the daylight utilization in classroom for school building
Group4 P-30 University of Santo Tomas Carlos Ignacio P. Lugay, Jr. A Study on the Effect on Customer Perception, Attitudes and Purchase Intention of Food Establishments with Persons with Disabilities as their Employees
P-31 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Design and Architecture Li, Yi Abdominal Hardness as a Healthcare Index: Development of a Measurement/Analysis System by using Robotic Mechanisms
P-32 Hallym University RYU OHK-HYUN The telemedicine service in Gangwon Province for the management of chronic disease
P-33 Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Science WATANABE Yuji Construction of ambient sensor network and motion estimation by machine learning
*Please note that the program is subject to change due to circumstances.