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Venue

Station Campus Bld 8F, International Conference Hall, Tohoku Fukushi University

(the Tohoku-Fukushi-Dai-Mae Station, JR Senzan Line from Sendai-Station)

Registration Info

1-8-1, Kunimi, Aoba-ku, Sendai,
Tohoku Fukushi University, Center for International Academic Exchange,
Alexei Kononenko (liaison officer)
Phone: +81 22 301 1296
Fax: +81 22 301 1246
e-mail: aleksey@tfu-mail.tfu.ac.jp



Initiated and supported by: German Institute for Japanese Studies, FINPRO, Tohoku Fukushi University

Socio-political and Business Aspects of Care in an Era of Demographic Change

March 7 - December 12, 2018

We are proud to announce that our workshop on Socio-political and Business Aspects of Care in an Era of Demographic Change is scheduled to be organized in Sendai city, Japan, on Friday, 7 March 2008.


You will find the preliminary schedule and suggested topics for discussion below. We would greatly appreciate your participation in this important event.


Although full presentation papers are not required, we would like to ask you to confirm your participation by Tuesday, 19 February 2008.



Thank you


Hosts:
Koichi Ogasawara, Tohoku Fukushi University, Sendai
Merja Karppinen, Finpro, Sendai-Finland Wellbeing Center, Sendai
Florian Kohlbacher, German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ), Tokyo

Presentations

10.30 - 12.30
Opening and Session I
Session presentations (each 10 minutes presentation)

The Knowledge Cluster Project and Social System Innovation

Kentaro Totsu (Tohoku Univ.)

Finpro and Life Science Promotion

Merja Karppinen (Finpro)

Care Communication: Language in Institutional Elderly Care

Peter Backhaus


German Institute for Japanese Studies

Beyond Borders: Foreign Care-Givers in Japan

Gabriele Vogt


German Institute for Japanese Studies

Caring for Elderly People in Japanese TV Ads

Michael Prieler


German Institute for Japanese Studies

Chairperson

Koichi Ogasawara (TFU)

Opening Speech

Merja Karppinen (FINPRO)

12.30 - 14.00
Lunch

14.00 - 16.00
Session II
Session presentations (each 10 minutes presentation)

Regulations and Standards in the Japanese Medical Computerization: Enhancers or Inhibitors?

Nobuyuki Kishida (Waseda Univ.)

Care for Sleep: For the Better Quality of Life

Ko Mizuno (TFU)

Embedding the Prevention in Ordinary Life of Ordinary Citizens

Takayuki Kawamura (TFU)

Care and Health: Manipulating the Concepts and Integrated System

Koichi Ogasawara (TFU)

Why Care? CSR and Social Innovation in an Era of Demographic Change

Florian Kohlbacher


German Institute for Japanese Studies

Chairperson

Florian Kohlbacher


German Institute for Japanese Studies

16.00 - 16.30
Wrap-up and Closing

Closing Note

Florian Kohlbacher


German Institute for Japanese Studies

Wrap-up

17.00 - 18.00
Sendan-no-Yakata

TFU affiliated elderly care facility
introduction by Director Jun Nakazato, Sendan-no-Yakata
tour to R&D Unit of S-FWBC led by Director Merja Karppinen

19.00 - 21.00
Dinner

16.00 - 16.10
Closing Note

16.30
Bus from the Station Campus to S-FWBC Sendan-no-Yakata

18.15
Bus from S-FWBC Sendan-no-Yakata to Sendai station

Projects

The Silver Market Phenomenon: Business Opportunities and Responsibilities in an Era of Demographic Change

Challenges of Demographic Change