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Japanese Subsession with Simultaneous Translation into English: “From Terrorism to Complementary Medicine”

By Currents Editor posted 09-18-2018 15:14

  
Photo_Gentle_S_Shrestha_2.jpgBy Masao Nagayama, MD, PhD, FACP, FAAN, FNCS, Professor, Department of Neurology, International University of Health and Welfare
Graduate School of Medicine

I am pleased to announce that the Japanese subsession titled “From Terrorism to Complementary Medicine,” will be held at the Neurocritical Care Society (NCS) 16th Annual Meeting. This session was made possible by Gretchen M. Brophy, president of NCS, and Jose I. Suarez, chair of the annual meeting, the theme of which is “Neurocritical Care Without Borders.”

In this session, diverse topics are presented in Japanese with simultaneous translation into English and English language PowerPoint presentation. The keynote address, “Complementary and Alternative Medicine: A Japanese Perspective” will be presented by Professor Toshinori Ito, a big name in the fields of pancreatic surgery and evidence-based integrative medicine. Ito will discuss this topic also considering the neurocritical care and disaster medicine.

Other diverse topics will be presented by Japanese investigators in their native language, and Dr. Gentle S. Shrestha, famous Nepalese neurointensivist, will give a lecture entitled “Practice in a Country With Terrorism and the Needs of Global Collaboration in the Education of Neurocritical Care,” because Japan lacks terrorism.

We welcome many native English speaking and global attendees on Thursday, Sept. 27, from 8:30-10 a.m.

Japanese Subsession Speakers & Topics

  • Toshinori Ito, Director, Osaka Center for Cancer & Cardiovascular Disease Prevention—Complementary and Alternative Medicine: a Japanese Perspective
  • Satoshi Egawa, Department of Neurointensive Care, Asakadai Central General Hospital—a Simulation-Based Education in Neurocritical Care
  • Takahiro Kanaya, Department of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine, Division of Neurological Emergency, Nippon Medical School—Tailored Management for PCAS With Multidisciplinary Biomarker Strategy: Challenge for Guideline 2020
  • Eisei Hoshiyama, Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology, Dokkyo Medical University— Physician-Staffed Helicopter Emergency Medical Service in Neurocritical Care Japan
  • Tomoya Okazaki, Emergency and Critical Care Medical Center, Kagawa University Hospital—a Neurocritical Care for Subarachnoid Hemorrhage in Japan
  • Takahiro Ohnuki, Department of Emergency Medicine, Teikyo University School of Medicine—Current Situation of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury in Japan
  • Sunghoon Yang, Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology, International University of Health and Welfare Atami Hospital—Rapid Real Time Neuromonitoring from ER to Neuro-ICU
  • Gentle S. Shrestha, Lecturer, Department of Anesthesiology, Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Kathmandu, Nepal— Practice in a Country With Terrorism and the Needs of Global Collaboration in the Education of Neurocritical Care

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