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Tsuyoshi Okuhara

Publications in English

  1. Okuhara T, Okada H, Kiuchi T. Predictors of Staying at Home during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Social Lockdown based on Protection Motivation Theory: A Cross-sectional Study in Japan. Healthcare 8:275, 2020. DOI:10.3390/healthcare8040475
  2. Okada H, Takenouchi S, Okuhara T, Ueno H, Kiuchi T. Development of a Japanese Version of the Advance Care Planning Engagement Survey: Examination of its Reliability and Validity. Palliative & Supportive Care (in press)
  3. Okuhara T, Ishikawa H, Ueno H, Okada H, Kiuchi T. Dual-process theories to counter against anti-vaccination movement. Preventive Medicine Reports. 20:101205, 2020
  4. Goto E, Ishikawa H, Okuhara T, Ueno H, Okada H, Fujino Y, Kiuchi T. Presenteeism among workers: health-related factors, work-related factors, and health literacy. Occupational Medicine (in press)
  5. Okuhara T, Okada H, Kiuchi T. Examining persuasive message type to encourage staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic and social lockdown: A randomized controlled study in Japan. Patient Education and Counseling 103(12):2588-2593, 2020. DOI:10.1016/j.pec.2020.08.016
  6. Yokota R, Okuhara T, Ueno H, Okada H, Furukawa E, Kiuchi T. Online Japanese-Language Information on Lifestyle Factors Associated With Reduced Fertility: Content Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 22(8):e19777, 2020. DOI:10.2196/19777
  7. Okuhara T, Ishikawa H, Ueno H, Okada H, Kato M, Kiuchi T. Influence of high versus low readability level of written health information on self-efficacy: a randomized controlled study of the processing fluency effect. Health Psychology Open. 2020
  8. Haragi M, Yamaguchi R, Okuhara T, Kiuchi T. Questionnaire survey of a mock jury on their impressions of medical-legal illustrations aimed at reducing trauma and PTSD of jurors. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine. 2020
  9. Haragi M, Yamaguchi R, Okuhara T, Kiuchi T. Interviewing forensic specialists regarding medical-legal illustration methods to replace gruesome graphic evidence. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine. 43(1):27-34,2020
  10. Okuhara T, Ishikawa H, Okada M, Kato M, Kiuchi T. Newspaper coverage before and after the HPV vaccination crisis began in Japan: A text mining analysis. BMC Public Health. 19:770, 2019
  11. Goto E, Ishikawa H, Okuhara T, Kiuchi T. Relationship of health literacy with utilization of health-care services in a general Japanese population. Preventive Medicine Reports 14: 100811, 2019.
  12. Okuhara T, Ishikawa H, Okada M, Kato M, Kiuchi T: Amount of narratives used on Japanese pro- and anti-HPV vaccination websites: a content analysis. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 19(10):2691-2694, 2018
  13. Goto E, Ishikawa H, Okuhara T, Kiuchi T: Relationship between health literacy and adherence to recommendations to undergo cancer screening and health-related behaviors among insured women in Japan. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer prevention, 19(12): 3409-3413, 2018
  14. Okuhara T, Ishikawa H, Urakubo A, Hayakawa M, Yamaki C, Takayama T, Kiuchi T. Cancer information needs according to cancer type: A content analysis of data from Japan's largest cancer information website. Preventive Medicine Reports 12: 245-252, 2018
  15. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Goto E., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Processing fluency effect of a leaflet for breast and cervical cancer screening: a randomized controlled study in Japan. Psychology, Health & Medicine 23(10):1250-1260, 2018.
  16. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. A qualitative analysis of the beliefs of Japanese anti-influenza vaccination website authors. Heliyon. 2018;4:e00609.
  17. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Persuasiveness of Statistics and Patients’ and Mothers’ Narratives in Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Recommendation Messages: A Randomized Controlled Study in Japan. Frontiers in Public Health. 2018;6:105.
  18. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Japanese anti- versus pro-influenza vaccination websites: a text mining analysis. Health Promotion International. day015, 2018
  19. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. How to attract interest in health materials: lessons from psychological studies. Health. 2018;10(4):422-433.
  20. Ishikawa H.,Yamaguchi I., Nutbeam D., Kato M., Okuhara T., Okada M., Kiuchi T. Improving health literacy in a Japanese community population: A pilot study to develop an educational program. Health Expectations 21(4):814-821, 2018
  21. Kato, M., Ono, N., Ishikawa, H., Okuhara, T., Okada, M., & Kiuchi, T. Lessons learned from previous environmental health crises: Narratives of patients with Minamata disease in TV documentaries as the main media outlet. Cogent Arts & Humanities, 5(1), 1447780.
  22. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Beliefs underlying messages of anti-cancer-screening websites in Japan: a qualitative analysis. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 2017;19(2):427-433.
  23. Goto E., Ishikawa H., Okuhara T., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Factors associated with adherence to recommendations to visit a physician after annual health checkups among Japanese employees: a cross-sectional observational study. Industrial Health. 56(2): 155-159, 2018.
  24. 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;101(3):406-413.
  25. 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.
  26. 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.
  27. 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.
  28. 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).
  29. 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.
  30. 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.
  31. 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).
  32. 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.
  33. 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.

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