Research Grants

Research Grants

Funded Research

Recent Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research awarded by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science under the auspices of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT).

For a comprehensive list of individual faculty research themes and keywords, please see Faculty Profiles

Scientific Research Grants

Primary Researcher Duration Project Title
Kayoko Hirano 2016-2019 Examining the applicability of the Evaluation Index of Health Activities for the Report Items of Policy Statistics
Nobuko Hisano 2017-2019 Resolution of issues in supporting the sexual health of HIV-positive individuals: Clarification through scale development
Hitomi Yamagishi 2018-2020 Visualization of the nursing concept of exercise and rest as life activity in patients with intractable neurological diseases
Mou Nagasaka 2019-2022 How sleep changes affect next-day performance
Chieko Shimauchi 2019-2022 Examination of quick-drying hand sanitizer usage to prevent reduction in effect of sanitization
Mayumi Hamasaki 2019-2021 Development of a mental health program for childrearing mothers suffering from premenstrual syndrome
Michiko Tanaka 2019-2022 A program to introduce sleep-promoting care and improve quality of life in menopausal women
Tomomi Yano 2019-2022 Characteristics of uncertainty and nursing support recognized by HBOC previvors

Early-Career Scientists Grants

Primary Researcher Duration Project Title
Eriko Kuramoto 2016-2019 Nursing science examination of facial expression caused by sensory changes
Joel Hensley 2019-2021 Creating intercultural communication materials for nursing education through mixed-method development of a cross-cultural nursing inventory
Erina Katsuno 2019-2021 Extracting competencies for infection control nursing in undergraduate education
Shūji Takahashi 2019-2021 Development of a lifestyle improvement support model for unmarried men utilizing a social support network
Noriko Matsumoto 2019-2022 Development of a support program for mothers’ acquisition of child-raising ability