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Hirono Ishikawa

Publications in Journals
  1. Homma M., Ishikawa H., Kiuchi T. Illness perceptions and negative responses from medical professionals in patients with fibromyalgia: Association with patient satisfaction and number of hospital visits. Patient Education and Counseling. (in press)
  2. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Contents of Japanese pro- and anti-HPV vaccination websites: A text mining analysis. Patient Education and Counseling. 2017. In Press.
  3. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Readability comparison of pro- and anti-HPV-vaccination online messages in Japan. Patient Education and Counseling. 2017; 10(10): 1859-1866.
  4. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Designing persuasive health materials using processing fluency: a literature review. BMC Research Notes. 2017; 10:198.
  5. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Assertions of Japanese Websites for and Against Cancer Screening: a Text Mining Analysis. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 2017; 18(4): 1069-1075.
  6. Kato M., Ishikawa H., Okuhara T., Okada M., Kiuchi T. Mapping research on health topics presented in prime-time TV dramas in ‘developed’ countries: A literature review. Cogent Social Science. 2017; 3(1): 1318477.
  7. Yukawa K., Ishikawa H., Yamazaki Y., Tsutani K., Kiuchi T. Patient health literacy and patient-physician communication regarding complementary and alternative medicine usage. European Journal of Integrative Medicine. 2017; 10: 38-45.
  8. Ishikawa H., Son D., Eto M., Kitamura K., Kiuchi T. The information-giving skills of resident physicians: Relationships with confidence and simulated patient satisfaction. BMC Medical Education. 2017; 17: 34.
  9. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T.. A readability comparison of anti- versus pro-influenza vaccination online messages in Japan. Preventive Medicine Reports. 2017; 6: 47-52.
  10. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Readability comparison of pro- and anti-cancer screening online messages in Japan. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 2017; 17(12): 6137-6142.
  11. Hosokawa C., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Okuhara T., Kiuchi T. The relationship of gender role orientation with health literacy and self-efficacy for healthy eating among Japanese workers in early adulthood. Frontiers in Nutrition. 2016; 3: 17.
  12. Kato M., Ishikawa H., Kiuchi T. Media Coverage of a Global Pandemic in Japan: Content Analysis of A/H1N1 Influenza Newspaper Articles. Journal of Mass Communication & Journalism. 2016; 6: 293.
  13. Ishikawa H., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Associations of health literacy and information sources with health-risk anxiety and protective behaviors. Journal of Communication in Healthcare. 2016; 9(1): 33-39.
  14. Homma M., Yamazaki Y., Ishikawa H., Kiuchi T. ‘This really explains my case!’: biographical reconstruction of Japanese people with fibromyalgia meeting peers. Health Sociology Review. 2016; 25(1): 62-77.
  15. Sasaki M., Ishikawa H., Kiuchi T., Sakamoto T., Marukawa S. Factors affecting layperson confidence in performing resuscitation of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients in Japan. Acute Medicine & Surgery. 2015; 2(3): 183-189.
  16. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada H., Kiuchi T. Readability, suitability, and health content assessment of cancer screening announcements in municipal newsletters in Japan. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 2015; 16 (15): 6719-27.
  17. Nakayama K., Osaka W., Togari T., Ishikawa H., Yonekura Y., Sekido A., Matsumoto M. Comprehensive health literacy in Japan is lower than in Europe: a validated Japanese-language assessment of health literacy. BMC Public Health. 2015; 15(1): 505.
  18. Suka M., Odajima T., Okamoto M., Sumitani M., Igarashi A., Ishikawa H., Kusama M., Yamamoto M., Nakayama T., Sugimori H. Relationship between health literacy, health information access, health behavior, and health status in Japanese people. Patient Education & Counseling. 2015; 98(5): 660-8.
  19. Homma M., Ishikawa H., Kiuchi T. Association of physicians' illness perception of fibromyalgia with frustration and resistance to accepting patients: a cross-sectional study. Clinical Rheumatology. 2014 Aug 3. [Epub ahead of print]
  20. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada H., Kiuchi T. Identification of gain- and loss-framed cancer screening messages that appeared in municipal newsletters in Japan. BMC Research Notes. 2014; 7(1): 896.
  21. Ishikawa H., Eto M., Kitamura K., Kiuchi T. Resident physicians' attitudes and confidence in communicating with patients: a pilot study at a Japanese university hospital. Patient Education & Counseling. 2014; 96(3): 361-6.
  22. Kogure T., Sumitani M., Suka M., Ishikawa H., Odajima T., Igarashi A., Kusama M., Okamoto M., Sugimori H., Kawahara K. Validity and reliability of the Japanese version of the newest vital sign: a preliminary study. PLoS One. 2014; 9(4): e94582.
  23. Tang W., Fukuzawa M., Ishikawa H., Tsutani K., Kiuchi T. Review of the registration of clinical trials in UMIN-CTR from 2 June 2005 to 1 June 2010 - focus on Japan domestic, academic clinical trials. Trials. 2013; 14(1): 333.
  24. Kiuchi T, Yoshida K, Kotani H, Tamaki K, Nagai H, Harada K, Ishikawa H. Legal Medicine Information System using CDISC ODM. Legal Medicine. 2013; 15(6): 332-334.
  25. Ono N., Kiuchi T., Ishikawa H. Development and pilot testing of a novel education method for training medical interpreters. Patient Education & Counseling. 2013; 93: 604-611.
  26. Ishikawa H., Hashimoto H., Kiuchi T. The evolving concept of "patient-centeredness" in patient-physician communication research. Social Science & Medicine. 2013; 96: 147-153.
  27. Suka M., Odajima T., Kasai M., Igarashi A., Ishikawa H., Kusama M., Nakayama T., Sumitani M., Sugimori H. The 14-item health literacy scale for Japanese adults (HLS-14). Environmental Health and Preventive Medicine. 2013; 18(5): 407-415.
  28. Anazawa R., Ishikawa H., Kuchi T. Evaluation of online machine translation by nursing users. Computers, Informatics, Nursing. 2013; 31(8): 382-387.
  29. Park MJ., Green J., Ishikawa H., Yamazaki Y., Kitagawa A., Ono M., Yasukata F., Kiuchi T. Decay of Impact after Self-Management Education for People with Chronic Illnesses: Changes in Anxiety and Depression over One Year. PLoS ONE. 2013; 8(6): e65316.
  30. Lai AY., Ishikawa, H., Kiuchi, T., Mooppil, N., Griva, K. Communicative and Critical Health Literacy, and Self-management Behaviors in End-Stage Renal Disease Patients with Diabetes on Hemodialysis. Patient Education and Counseling. 2013; 91: 221-227.
  31. Anazawa R., Ishikawa H., Kiuchi T. Use of online machine translation for nursing literature - A questionnaire-based survey. The Open Nursing Journal. 2013; 7: 22-28.
  32. Anazawa, R., Ishikawa, H., Park, MJ., Kiuchi, T. Online Machine Translation Use with Nursing Literature: Evaluation Method and Usability. Computers, Informatics, Nursing. 2013; 31(2):59-65.
  33. Park MJ., Green J., Ishikawa H., Kiuchi T. Hidden decay of impact after education for self-management of chronic illnesses: hypotheses. Chronic Illness. 2013; 9(1):73-80.
  34. Sasaki M., Yasunaga H., Ishikawa H., Kiuchi T., Sakamoto T., Marukawa S. Factors affecting people's hesitation or motivation to resuscitate out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients: Multilevel analysis in Japan. Resuscitation. 2012; 83: e38-e39.
  35. Anazawa, R., Ishikawa, H., Kiuchi, T. The accuracy of medical interpretations: a pilot study of errors in Japanese-English interpreters during a simulated medical scenario. International Journal of Translation and Interpreting Research .2012;4(1):1-20.
  36. Anazawa, R., Ishikawa, H., Park, MJ., Kiuchi, T. Preliminary study of online machine translation use of nursing literature: quality evaluation and perceived usability. BMC Res Notes. 2012; 14(5):635.
  37. Anazawa R., Ishikawa H., Kiuchi T. The perceived need for Japanese nursing faculty members to learn English: issues related to career development. J Contin Educ Nurs. 2012;43(4):188-91.
  38. Park M., Yamazaki Y., Yonekura Y., Yukawa K., Ishikawa H., Kiuchi T., Green J. Predicting complete loss to follow-up after a health-education program: number of absences and face-to-face contact with a researcher. BMC Med Res Methodol. 2011;11(1):145.
  39. Ishikawa H., Yano E. The relationship of patient participation and diabetes outcomes for patients with high vs. low health literacy. Patient Education & Counseling 2011; 84(3): 393-397.
  40. Ishikawa H., Kiuchi T. Health literacy and health communication. BioPsychoSocial Medicine 2010; 4:18.
  41. Ishikawa H., Hashimoto H., Kinoshita M., Yano E. Can nonverbal communication skills be taught? Medical Teacher 2010; 32(19): 860-863.
  42. Sakurai K., Kawakami N., Yamaoka K., Ishikawa H., Hashimoto H. The impact of subjective and objective social status on psychological distress among men and women in Japan. Social Science & Medicine 2010; 70(11): 1832-1839.
  43. Ishikawa H., Yano E., Fujimori S., Kinoshita M., Yamanouchi T., Yoshikawa M., Yamazaki Y., Teramoto T. Patient health literacy and patient-physician information exchange during a visit. Family Practice 2009; 26(6): 517-523.
  44. Ishikawa H., Nomura K., Sato M., Yano E. Developing a measure of communicative and critical health literacy; a pilot study of Japanese office workers. Health Promotion International 2008; 23(3): 269-274.
  45. Ishikawa H., Yano E. Patient health literacy and participation in the health care process. Health Expectations 2008; 11(2): 113-122.
  46. Ishikawa H., Takeuchi T., Yano E. Measuring functional, communicative, and critical health literacy among diabetes patients. Diabetes Care 2008; 31(5): 874-879.
  47. Ishikawa H., Kawagoe K., Kashiwagi M., Yano E. Nurse-physician collaboration in pain management for terminally ill cancer patients treated at home in Japan. Journal of Palliative Care 2007; 23: 255-261.
  48. Nomura K., Nakao M., Sato M., Ishikawa H., Yano E. The association of the reporting of somatic symptoms with job stress and active coping among Japanese white-collar workers. Journal of Occupational Health 2007; 49: 370-375.
  49. Nomura K., Ohno M., Fujinuma Y., Ishikawa H. Patient autonomy preferences among hypertensive outpatients in a primary care setting in Japan. Internal Medicine 2007; 46: 1403-1408.
  50. Ishikawa H., Hashimoto H., Kinoshita M., Fujimori S., Shimizu T., Yano E. Evaluating medical student's nonverbal communication during the OSCE. Medical Education 2006; 40: 1180-1187.
  51. Ishikawa H., Hashimoto H., Yano E. Patient's preferences for decision making and the feeling of being understood in the medical encounter among patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis Care & Research 2006; 55(6): 878-883.
  52. Ishikawa H., Roter D.L., Yamazaki Y., Hashimoto H., Yano E. Patient perceptions of companion helpfulness during Japanese geriatric medical visits. Patient Education & Counseling 2006; 61(1): 80-86.
  53. Ishikawa H., Yamazaki Y. How applicable is western models of patient-physician relationship in Asia? : Changing patient-physician relationship in contemporary Japan. International Journal of Japanese Sociology 2005; 14: 84-93.
  54. Ishikawa H., Hashimoto H., Roter D.L., Yamazaki Y., Takayama T., Yano E. Patient contribution to the medical dialogue and perceived patient-centeredness: An observational study in Japanese geriatric consultations. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2005; 20(1): 906-910.
  55. Ishikawa H., Roter D.L., Yamazaki Y., Takayama T. Physician-elderly patient-companion communication and roles of companions in Japanese geriatric encounters. Social Science & Medicine 2005; 60(10): 2307-2320.
  56. Ishikawa H., Takayama T., Yamazaki Y., Seki Y., Katsumata N. Physician-patient communication and patient satisfaction in Japanese cancer consultations. Social Science & Medicine 2002; 55(2): 301-311.
  57. Ishikawa H., Takayama T., Yamazaki Y., Seki Y., Katsumata N., Aoki Y. The interaction between physician and patient communication behaviors in Japanese cancer consultations and the influence of personal and consultation characteristics. Patient Education & Counseling 2002; 46(4): 277-285.
  58. Ishikawa H., Yamazaki Y. The effects of job and family conditions on cumulative fatigue of working mothers in double income family. The Journal of Science of Labour 2000; 76(3): 1-15.
  59. Uchida E., Watanabe M., Ishikawa H., Sasaki C., Okajima F., Yamaoka M., Katsura T., Okino T. The case of a stewardess suffering from salpingitis caused by stress on aerial service who was effectively treated with psychosomatic therapy including counseling and medication. Journal of Occupational Health 1999; 41:263-266.
  60. Uchida E., Okajima F., Ishikawa H., Sasaki C., Katsura T., and Okino T. Case of a bus driver who suffered from panic disorder in the course of treatment for depression. Journal of Occupational Health 1999; 41: 267-270.
Books
  1. Sakakibara K., Ishikawa H., Yamazaki Y. Participative climate as a key for creating health workplaces. 183-202. In: Biron C. Burke RJ., Cooper CL. Creating healthy workplaces: Stress reduction, improved well-being, and organizational effectiveness. Gower Publishing, London, 2014.
  2. Ishikawa H. Patient-physician relationship and communication in Japan. 55-64. In: Yano E., Kawachi I., Nakao M. (eds) The healthy hospital: maximizing the satisfaction of patients, health workers, and the community. Shinohara Shinsha, Tokyo, 2010.
English Abstracts - International Meetings
  1. Frisch AL., Schulz PJ., Ishikawa H., Paasche-Orlow M., Woodward-Kron R. Health literacy: Conceptualization, measurement, and its role in health care and health communication. 6th International Conference on Communication in Healthcare, St. Andrews, Scotland, September 2012.
  2. Ishikawa H., Kiuchi T. Health literacy: A Key to improving communication in healthcare. Global Forum of Crisis Management and Crisis Communication for Health Care, Tokyo, Japan, November 2010.
  3. Ishikawa H., Yano E. Patient health literacy, participation in the visit communication, and diabetes control. 5th International Conference on Communication in Healthcare, Verona, Italy, September 2010.
  4. Ishikawa H., Recent topics of patient-physician communication: toward satisfaction of people with mind/body distress. 1st Asia-Pacific Conference on Health Promotion and Education, Chiba, Japan, July 2009.
  5. Ishikawa H., OSCE and evidence-based education of medical interview. Showa University International Symposium, Tokyo, Japan, August 2007.
  6. Ishikawa H., Hashimoto H., Yano E. Evaluating medical student's nonverbal communication during the OSCE in Japan. 3nd International Conference on Communication in Healthcare, Basel, Switzerland, September 2006.
  7. Ishikawa H., Hashimoto H., Yano E. Patient decisional preference and shared decision-making among patients with rheumatoid arthritis. WONCA Asia Pacific Regional Conference, Kyoto, Japan, May 2005.
  8. Ishikawa H., Roter D.L., Yamazaki Y., Takayama T. Physician-elderly patient-companion communication and roles of companions in Japanese geriatric encounters. 2nd International Conference on Communication in Healthcare, Bruges, Belgium, September 2004.
  9. Ishikawa H., Kozaki K., Nagase T., Yamazaki Y., Ouchi Y. The impact of patient-centeredness on patient health outcomes in Japanese geriatric consultations. 7th Asia/Oceania Regional Congress of Gerontology, Tokyo, Japan, November 2003.
  10. Ishikawa H., Takayama T., Yamazaki Y., Seki Y., Katsumata N. Physician-patient communication and patient satisfaction in Japanese cancer consultations. First International Conference on Communication in Healthcare, Warwick, UK, September 2002.
  11. Ishikawa H., Takayama T., Yamazaki Y., Seki Y., Katsumata N. Analysis Of physician-patient interactions in Japanese oncological consultations. 5th World Congress of Psycho-Oncology, Melbourne, Australia, September 2000.

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