Updated on 2022/08/24

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NISHIURA Yuko
 
Organization
Graduate School of Medicine Assistant Professor
Undergraduate School
School of Health Sciences
Title
Assistant Professor
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Degree 2

  1. Doctor (Rehabilitation Sciennce) ( 2013.3   Nagoya University ) 

  2. Master (Rehabilitation Sciennce) ( 2010.3   Nagoya University ) 

Research Interests 9

  1. occupational therapy

  2. time

  3. assistive technology

  4. dementia

  5. older adults

  6. assistive technology

  7. time

  8. older people

  9. dementia

Research Areas 2

  1. Life Science / Medical assistive technology  / dementia

  2. Life Science / Rehabilitation science

Current Research Project and SDGs 1

  1. 高齢者を対象とした認知機能支援機器の開発・普及

Research History 2

  1. Research Institute, National Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Disabilities   Assistive Technology   Researcher

    2014.7 - 2022.3

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    Country:Japan

  2. Research Institute, National Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Disabilities   Assistive Technology

    2013.4 - 2014.6

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    Country:Japan

Education 3

  1. Nagoya University

    2010.4 - 2013.3

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    Country: Japan

  2. Nagoya University

    2008.4 - 2010.3

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    Country: Japan

  3. Nagoya University

    2004.4 - 2008.3

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    Country: Japan

Professional Memberships 4

  1. 日本リハビリテーション工学協会

    2020.7

  2. 日本認知症ケア学会

    2012.4

  3. 日本作業療法研究学会

    2009.4

  4. 日本作業療法士協会

    2008.4

Committee Memberships 3

  1. 日本福祉用具・生活支援用具協会   認知機能支援機器国際標準分科会 委員  

    2016.4 - 2022.3   

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    Committee type:Academic society

  2. 日本作業療法士協会   学術部 疾患別ガイドライン 認知症分野検討会 部員  

    2014.4   

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  3. ISO/TC173/WG10   国際エキスパート  

    2014.4 - 2022.3   

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    Committee type:Other

 

Papers 18

  1. Assessment of time-related deficits in older adults: a scoping review protocol. Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

    Sebestina Anita Dsouza, Meena Ramachandran, Yuko Nishiura, Bhumika Tumkur Venkatesh, Lena Dahlberg

    BMJ open   Vol. 11 ( 9 ) page: e050521   2021.9

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    INTRODUCTION: People with cognitive impairments often have difficulties in managing their time for daily activities. In older adults with cognitive impairments such as dementia and stroke, these may present as disorientation, poor time awareness, time perception, daily time management and so on. Time-related deficits and associated behaviours impede independent living and add considerably to caregiver strain. Several interventions are being investigated to help people with cognitive impairments orient and navigate time and do their daily activities. The provision of interventions requires the use of sound assessment tools. However, it is not clear how time-related concepts are specifically evaluated in practice, what are the available assessments and how these assessments should be selected. METHOD AND ANALYSIS: This protocol follows the Joanna Briggs Institute Reviewer's Manual (2020) for scoping reviews and is registered with the Open Science Framework (https://osf.io/4ptgy/). We will include the following databases: PubMed, CINAHL, Scopus, Web of Science and PsycINFO. Two reviewers will independently screen eligible studies for inclusion against the selection criteria and then review the full-text of the selected studies. We will extract the bibliographic data, study design and setting, and details of assessments used in the studies to evaluate time-related concepts including format, mode and duration of administration, psychometric properties and so on. The identified assessments will be mapped with regard to time-related concepts being evaluated and described using narrative synthesis. ETHICS AND DISSEMINATION: As secondary data analysis, ethics approval is not required for this scoping review. We plan to disseminate the results through peer-reviewed journals and conferences targeting health professionals working with older adults.

    DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-050521

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  2. Comprehensible instructions from assistive robots for older adults with or without cognitive impairment. Reviewed International journal

    Nishiura Y, Nihei M, Takaeda K, Inoue T

    Assistive technology : the official journal of RESNA     page: 1 - 6   2021.5

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    DOI: 10.1080/10400435.2021.1893236

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  3. Effectiveness of using assistive technology for time orientation and memory, in older adults with or without dementia. Reviewed International journal

    Yuko Nishiura, Misato Nihei, Hiromi Nakamura-Thomas, Takenobu Inoue

    Disability and rehabilitation. Assistive technology   Vol. 16 ( 5 ) page: 1 - 7   2019.8

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    Aims: The purposes of this study were to reveal the effectiveness of an electric calendar, showing the date and schedule automatically for older people, and to prove the characteristics of appropriate users. Material and Methods: The participants were 27 older adults with or without dementia (9 men and 18 women, mean age: 81.5 ± 6.9 years, range: 72-94 years). The study design was a cross-over randomized controlled trial, with 15 participants (55.6%) allocated to the first group to use the electric calendar, and 12 participants (44.4%) to the second intervention group. The outcome measures are daily behaviors and cognitive function assessed by the Mini-Mental State Examination and Neurobehavioral Cognitive Status Examination. Results: Participants showed significant increase in total Mini-Mental State Examination score (p = 0.020, a paired t-test) after intervention period, whereas there was no significant difference after no intervention. Daily activities related healthcare were improved. The participants with positive outcomes showed higher motivations, and around 18 points in Mini-Mental State Examination. Most healthy older adults mentioned that electric calendars were useful, but unnecessary. Conclusion and Significance: Using the electric calendar was effective in improving global cognitive function and daily activities. The target users are older people, who (1) might have mild dementia, (2) have difficulties in daily activities, (3) can be supported by caregivers, and (4) have positive motivation to new technologies. IMPLICATIONS FOR REHABILITATION An electric calendar is effective on grovel cognitive function, and activities of daily living related to healthcare in older adults, as well as reality orientation therapy. The electric calendar can be useful for older people with mild dementia or mild cognitive impairment, having difficulties activities of daily living, supported by caregivers at regular intervals.

    DOI: 10.1080/17483107.2019.1650299

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  4. Examination of the effectiveness of the tablet version “Ikiiki-Rihabiri” for the elderly with cognitive impairment

    Mizuno Jumpei, Nishiura Yuko, Saito Chiaki, Konagaya Yoko, Inoue Takenobu

    Japanese Occupational Therapy Research   Vol. 40 ( 3 ) page: 311 - 318   2021.6

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    We have developed a tablet version of the cognitive rehabilitation program “Ikiiki-Rihabiri”, which incorporates various non-pharmacological therapies, to expand its range of use. This study clarifies the effectiveness of the tablet version on the elderly with cognitive impairment by quantitative and qualitative evaluations and comparison with previous studies. As a result, no improvement in cognitive function over the original version was observed. However, there was improvement in the QOL evaluation “Restlessness”. These results indicate that the tablet version of “Ikiiki-Rihabiri” is effective in improving the QOL of the elderly with cognitive impairment similar to the original version, suggesting the possibility of using the tablet version.

    DOI: 10.32178/jotr.40.3_311

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    Other Link: https://search.jamas.or.jp/link/ui/2021304796

  5. The application of an information support robot to reduce agitation in an older adult with Alzheimer’s disease living alone in a community dwelling: a case study Reviewed International journal

    Jumpei Mizuno, Ken Sadohara, Misato Nihei, Shinichi Onaka, Yuko Nishiura, Takenobu Inoue

    Hong Kong Journal of Occupational Therapy   Vol. 34 ( 1 ) page: 156918612110050 - 156918612110050   2021.4

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    <sec><title>Objective/background:</title> Agitation is a common behaviour of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). Although healing robots have previously been used for alleviating agitation for people with dementia in hospitals and other healthcare facilities, its effects remain unclear whether an information-support robot capable of disseminating information with user needs may have similar effects when it is applied in community dwellings. This study was to investigate the effects of information-support robots for reducing agitation in older people with AD residing alone in community-dwellings.

    </sec><sec><title>Methods</title> One participant with AD who lived alone in a community-dwelling was recruited. Participant’s frequencies, durations, and time courses of four patterns of agitation at home at baseline and during intervention were analysed. In this study, agitation was defined as: (a) restlessness going to the corridor (RLtoC), (b) restlessness going to the toilet (RLtoT), (c) restlessness going to the entrance (RLtoE), and (d) restlessness going to multiple places (RLtoMP). In the intervention phase, the information-support robot disseminated daily schedule or date information to the participant.

    </sec><sec><title>Results</title> RLtoC and RLtoMP were significantly reduced in frequency during the intervention. The durations of each episode of RLtoT and RLtoMP in the intervention were slightly reduced than those at the baseline. There were no differences in time courses of episodes of RLtoC and RLtoMP after the intervention.

    </sec><sec><title>Conclusion</title> This case study showed that information-support robot was useful to alleviate agitation of an older adult with AD living alone in a community-dwelling. Further study is warranted.

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    DOI: 10.1177/15691861211005059

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    Other Link: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full-xml/10.1177/15691861211005059

  6. A pilot study for development of the tablet-oriented operating application for a personal cognitive rehabilitation program "Ikiiki-Rehabili" Reviewed

    Rehabilitation Engineering   Vol. 35 ( 3 ) page: 110 - 115   2020.8

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    DOI: 10.24691/resja.35.3_110

  7. Reliability and acceptability of using a social robot to carry out cognitive tests for community-dwelling older adults. Reviewed

    Kana Takaeda, Tomoko Kamimura, Takenobu Inoue, Yuko Nishiura

    Geriatrics & gerontology international   Vol. 19 ( 6 ) page: 552 - 556   2019.6

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    AIM: To improve access to cognitive testing for older adults, the reliability and acceptability of a speech-based cognitive test administered by a social robot were investigated. METHODS: The Japanese version of the Telephone Interview for Cognitive Status was administered by a social robot to participants recruited from retirement homes and adult daycare facilities. The robot's dialogue and gestures were preprogrammed, while the researcher controlled the timing of proceeding to the next question and scored participants' responses. We examined the internal consistency, alternate form reliability (experiment 1) and test-retest reliability (experiment 2) of the cognitive test. The acceptability of the cognitive test was also examined using a questionnaire in experiment 2. RESULTS: A total of 66 individuals (mean age 81.2 ± 5.8 years) participated in experiment 1; the internal consistency (Cronbach's α) of the test was 0.691 and its alternate form reliability (measured by interclass correlation coefficient) was 0.728. A total of 40 of these individuals (mean age 82.0 ± 5.4 years) also participated in experiment 2, and the test-retest reliability was 0.818. According to the questionnaire responses, over half of the participants wanted (or very much wanted) to use the robot version of the test to measure the deterioration of their cognitive function. CONCLUSIONS: A robot-administered cognitive test might have satisfactory reliability and acceptability to community-dwelling older adults if those aspects of the test implemented by the researcher can also be successfully automated. Geriatr Gerontol Int 2019; 19: 552-556.

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  8. Use of parametric speaker for older people with dementia in a residential care setting: A preliminary study of two cases. Reviewed International journal

    Nishiura Y, Hoshiyama M, Konagaya Y

    Hong Kong journal of occupational therapy : HKJOT   Vol. 31 ( 1 ) page: 30 - 35   2018.6

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    Objective/Background: Older people with dementia often show behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia such as agitation, aggression, and depression that affect their activities of daily living, and hence reduce the quality of life of their caregivers. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of a new technological intervention-a parametric speaker, creating a narrow personal acoustic environment, which may reduce the manifestation of behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia symptoms. Methods: A parametric speaker was placed on the ceiling of a large day room, and personally selected pieces of music were provided in a narrow space just under the speaker during the intervention. Two older residents with behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia participated in the experiment. Results: Playing pieces of favorite music via the parametric speaker decreased their behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia during the intervention. In addition, this intervention reduced the burden on caregivers. One of the advantages of using parametric speaker was being able to create a personal space in a common room. Conclusion: We considered that the parametric speaker might be useful to reduce behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia and the burden on caregivers, providing individualized rehabilitation for the improved quality of life of residents.

    DOI: 10.1177/1569186118759611

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  9. Verification of the effectiveness of "Ikiiki-Rihabiri" as a group therapy

    水野 純平, 齊藤 千晶, 山下 英美, 西浦 裕子, 小長谷 陽子

    作業療法 = Japanese occupational therapy research   Vol. 37 ( 2 ) page: 161 - 167   2018.4

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  10. Change in the relationship between the elderly and information support robot system living together Reviewed

    Misato Nihei, Yuko Nishiura, Ikuko Mamiya, Hiroaki Kojima, Ken Sadohara, Shinichi Ohnaka, Minoru Kamata, Takenobu Inoue

    Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)   Vol. 10298   page: 433 - 442   2017

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    We developed an interactive communication robot to support the elderly who have mild cognitive impairment with their daily schedule. In this study, we examined how elderly people receiving information from a robot behave according to the robot’s interaction protocol, through an experiment providing schedule information for several days. In addition, we examined the interaction between humans and robots through long-term life intervention experiments and analyzed the quantitative and qualitative changes in their reactions.

    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-58536-9_34

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  11. 認知症個別リハビリテーションプログラム「いきいきリハビリ」研修会受講者による実践効果 Reviewed

    西浦裕子,小長谷陽子,齊藤千晶,山下英美,水野純平

    作業療法ジャーナル   Vol. 50 ( 6 ) page: 609 - 613   2016.6

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  12. Appropriate talking pattern of an information support robot for people living with dementia: A case study Reviewed

    Yuko Nishiura, Takenobu Inoue, Misato Nihei

    Journal of Assistive Technologies   Vol. 8 ( 4 ) page: 177 - 187   2014.12

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    Purpose – The authors are in the process of exploring an information support robot to support daily activities of people with mild cognitive impairment or dementia. The purpose of this paper is to reveal how the robot should talk to an older woman with dementia to make her perform daily activities. Design/methodology/approach – The robot asked to the participant to do some daily activities
    Task A, taking medicine
    Task B, measuring blood pressure
    and Task C, cleaning up the room in three different ways for each task. In the talking pattern 1 (TP1), the robot simply informed what the tasks were. The talking patterns 2 and 3 (TP2 and TP3) were separated according to the process of activities in two and three steps, respectively. The participant was required to answer “Yes” if she understood what the robot talked to her, and perform the tasks. Findings – The participant was not able to prepare water in the Task A when the robot spoke the TP1 (performance rate (PR) was 71.4 per cent). However, she could perfectly take medicine in the case when the robot spoke the processes of the task by the TP3 (PR was 100.0 per cent). The similar tendencies were observed in the Tasks B and C. Research limitations/implications – Multicenter studies would be required to apply these findings to a larger population. Originality/value – The authors confirmed that it might be important to determine how the robot talked to people with dementia to properly facilitate their daily activities.

    DOI: 10.1108/JAT-12-2013-0035

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  13. Innovating an individual cognitive rehabilitation program for the elderly with dementia Reviewed

    IWAMOTO Yuko, KAWASAKI Chiaki

    作業療法 = The Journal of Japanese Occupational Therapy Association   Vol. 32 ( 2 ) page: 177 - 185   2013.4

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  14. Effects of emotional music on visual processes in inferior temporal area Reviewed

    Izumi Jomori, Minoru Hoshiyama, Jun-ichi Uemura, Yoshiro Nakagawa, Aiko Hoshino, Yuko Iwamoto

    COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE   Vol. 4 ( 1 ) page: 21 - 30   2013.3

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    To investigate the effects of emotional music on visual processes, we analyzed visual evoked magnetic fields (VEF) on listening to emotional music in 14 healthy subjects. Positive and negative pieces of music were delivered during VEF recording following stimulation by emotionally neutral pictures of faces and landscapes. VEF components at 100 (M100) and 150 (M170)ms after stimulus onset were analyzed, and the estimated current strength for M170 following face stimulation was enhanced with negative compared to positive music in the right hemisphere. The equivalent current dipole for M100 and M170 was estimated in the primary visual cortex (V1) and inferior temporal area (IT), respectively. The present results indicate that background music showed a top-down control of the visual processes in IT, which is a core site responsible for the interpretation of facial expression. The emotional contents of music could alter visual processes, especially those involving the face.

    DOI: 10.1080/17588928.2012.751366

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  15. Time orientation during the day in the elderly with dementia Reviewed

    Iwamoto (Nishiura) Y, Hoshiyama M

    Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics   Vol. 30 ( 3 ) page: 202 - 213   2012.9

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    DOI: 10.3109/02703181.2012.713453

  16. Alteration of time perception in young and elderly people during jigsaw puzzle tasks with different complexities Reviewed

    Iwamoto (Nishiura) Y, Hoshiyama M

    Occupational Therapy International   Vol. 18 ( 4 ) page: 194 - 200   2011.12

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  17. ,認知症高齢者に対する個別リハビリテーション・プログラムの効果 Reviewed

    森明子,小長谷陽子,加藤健吾,河﨑千明,岩元(西浦)裕子

    臨床作業療法   Vol. 7 ( 5 ) page: 454 - 459   2010.12

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  18. 認知症高齢者に対する個別リハビリテーションの効果―「いきいきリハビリ」の開発に向けた予備研究― Reviewed

    森明子,小長谷陽子,加藤健吾,河﨑千明,岩元(西浦)裕子

    愛知作業療法   Vol. 18   page: 49 - 56   2010.3

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Books 1

  1. 高齢障害者のための介護学

    錦見満, 錦見美穂, 岡潔, 菱田美哉, 稲垣紀代子, 西尾麻由子, 戎弘志, 西浦裕子

    丸善出版  2018.1 

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  1. 認知症のある人の生活を支援する機器の開発研究-利用場面における実証研究の実際と課題- Invited

    二瓶美里,西浦裕子

    日本認知症ケア学会誌   Vol. 21 ( 2 ) page: 250 - 256   2022.8

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  2. ふぉーらむ 高齢者の記憶と認知機能低下に対する生活支援ロボットシステムの開発 : 10年間のプロジェクトに参加して

    西浦 裕子

    作業療法ジャーナル   Vol. 54 ( 2 ) page: 160 - 164   2020.2

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  3. 作業療法疾患別ガイドライン 認知症

    竹原 敦, 小川 敬之, 上城 憲司, 高木 雅之, 田平 隆行, 千見寺 貴子, 西浦 裕子, 西田 征治, 安田 大典, 山口 智晴, 磯 ふみ子, 市川 誠, 井上 忠俊, 木下 遥, 高坂 駿, 越當 美智子, 近藤 真知子, 坂上 真理, 坂本 千晶, 渋谷 晋太郎, 下田 佳央莉, 菅沼 一平, 仙波 梨沙, 田中 純子, 爲近 岳夫, 土谷 里織, 新中 浩司, 藤岡 崇, 古井 香苗, 松尾 崇史, 松尾 涼太, 村井 達彦, 山田 真季, 米澤 武人

    作業療法   Vol. 37 ( 1 ) page: 3 - 11   2018.2

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  4. Assistive technoloies for persons with dementia Invited

    西浦 裕子

    総合リハビリテーション   Vol. 45 ( 5 ) page: 567 - 570   2017.5

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Presentations 28

  1. 国内における認知機能支援機器の利用実態調査

    川崎めぐみ, 西浦裕子, 水野純平, 井上剛伸

    第45回日本高次脳機能障害学会学術総会  2021.12.9 

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  2. 臨床と研究をつなぐ認知症作業療法-記憶,時間見当識とIoTの活用- Invited

    田平隆行, 池田由里子, 西浦裕子

    第55回日本作業療法学会  2021.9.13 

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  3. 高齢者を対象とした日付とスケジュールを呈示するタブレット版電子カ レンダーの利用効果検証

    西浦裕子, 井上剛伸, 二瓶美里, 大西健太郎

    第54回日本作業療法学会  2020.9.25 

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  4. 日常生活空間における行動センシングを用いた課題遂行能力評価手法の提案

    玉島佑哉, 二瓶美里, 鎌田実, 井上剛伸, 西浦裕子, 高枝果奈, 児島宏明, 佐土原健, 大中慎一

    LIFE講演概要集(CD-ROM)  2016.9.4 

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  5. 認知機能判定モジュールを実装した情報支援システムの導入事例

    水野純平, 西浦裕子, 齋藤大輔, 二瓶美里, 井上剛伸

    日本作業療法学会抄録集(CD-ROM)  2018.9 

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  6. 認知症高齢者に対する「いきいきリハビリ」の効果 研修会参加者による実践結果の分析から

    山下 英美, 齊藤 千晶, 水野 純平, 西浦 裕子, 上野 菜穂, 小長谷 陽子

    日本認知症ケア学会誌  2014.4 

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  7. 認知症高齢者に対するタブレット版電子カレンダーの利用効果検証

    西浦裕子, 井上剛伸, 間宮郁子, 二瓶美里, 大西健太郎

    日本作業療法研究学会雑誌  2015.3.20 

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  8. 認知症高齢者に対する生活支援ロボットの効果的な情報伝達方法の提案

    西浦裕子, 井上剛伸, 二瓶美里, 大澤由美子, 大中慎一

    日本作業療法学会抄録集(CD-ROM)  2015.6 

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  9. 認知症高齢者に対する認知機能支援機器の適合と開発 Invited

    西浦 裕子

    第14回日本作業療法研究学会  2020.11.14 

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  10. 認知症高齢者の認知特性に応じた生活情報支援ロボットの適合 記憶障害と見当識障害を認める一症例に適した情報伝達方法

    西浦 裕子, 井上 剛伸, 間宮 郁子, 二瓶 美里, 大中 慎一, 大澤 由美子, 原田 歩

    日本認知症ケア学会誌  2014.4 

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  11. 高齢者の記憶と認知機能低下に対する生活支援ロボットシステムの開発

    井上 剛伸, 大中 慎一, 藤田 善弘, 大澤 由美子, 渡部 幸一, 清水 陽介, 福島 健吾, 原田 歩, 濱田 浩美, 間宮 郁子, 西浦 裕子, 小林 敦, 児島 宏明, 佐土原 健, 熊田 孝恒, 永井 聖剛, 成田 拓也, 二瓶 美里, 鎌田 実

    生活生命支援医療福祉工学系学会連合大会講演要旨集  2013.9 

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  12. 高齢者施設におけるコミュニケーションロボット「ペッパー」使用場面の抽出―専門職と開発者を交えたワークショップによる検討―

    中村美緒, 中村美緒, 西浦裕子, 吉村英樹, 藤原翔平, 井上剛伸

    日本作業療法学会抄録集(CD-ROM)  2016.9 

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  13. 支援機器を利用した早期集中支援事業との連携事例に関する考察 電子カレンダーと服薬支援機器を利用したA夫妻の事例より

    間宮 郁子, 伊藤 光世, 井上 剛伸, 西浦 裕子

    日本認知症ケア学会誌  2014.4 

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  14. Adaptation of talking patterns in information support robot for people with dementia

    NishiuraY

    National Conference of the Occupational Therapy  2015.7 

  15. BPSDを呈する施設入所認知症高齢者に対するパラメトリックスピーカーの利用

    西浦 裕子, 小長谷 陽子, 寳珠山 稔

    日本作業療法学会抄録集  2014.6 

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  16. BPSDを呈する認知症高齢者への非薬物療法に関する研究 環境設定のためのパラメトリックスピーカーの有用性

    岩元 裕子, 小長谷 陽子, 寳珠山 稔

    日本認知症ケア学会誌  2013.4 

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  17. Information acquisition from a communication robot in older persons with cognitive impairments

    Nakayama Y, Saito D, Nishiura Y, Mizuno J, Ohnaka S, Watabe K, Sadohara K, Hamada H, Nihei M, Ohta Y, Inoue T

    40th International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society  2018.7 

  18. Time orientation during the day in older people with dementia

    Iwamoto (Nishiura) Y

    National Conference of the Occupational Therapy, Australia  2013 

  19. Use of parametric speaker for the elderly with BPSD in a residential care setting

    Nishiura Y, Hoshiyama M, Konagaya Y

    16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists in collaboration with the 48th Japanese Occupational Therapy Congress and Expo  2014.6 

  20. 「にこにこリハ」「いきいきリハビリ」の普及を目的とした研修会とその評価 研修会後のアンケート結果をとおして

    山下 英美, 中村 昭範, 齊藤 千晶, 岩元 裕子, 上野 菜穂, 小長谷 陽子

    日本認知症ケア学会誌  2013.4 

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  21. Relaxed watching system for elderly by using communication robot

    NIHEI MISATO, Kojima Hiroaki, Sadohara Ken, Inoue Takenobu, Nishiura Yuko, Mamiya Ikuko, Onaka Shinichi, Watabe Koichi, Osawa Yumiko, Shimizu Yosuke, Harada Ayumi

    Transactions of Japanese Society for Medical and Biological Engineering  2015 

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    There are a large number of elderly who have problems in their daily life as not being able to comprehend date or schedule so give up either at-home life or single life, due to their lowering of cognitive function. This project is to develop robot systems that is able to transmit information necessary for elderly' life to realize their autonomous self-sustaining life longer. On this report issues upon actual practice as well as influences on life or human will be revealed by introducing case study of long-term installed robot that support their scheduling at houses of the senior with mild cognitive impairment.

  22. タブレット版いきいきリハビリの開発に向けた取り組み 半構造化面接によるアプリケーションのユーザビリティ評価

    水野 純平, 西浦 裕子, 齊藤 千晶, 小長谷 陽子, 河崎 千明, 井上 剛伸

    日本認知症ケア学会誌  2018.4 

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  23. フロア内での小領域環境設定:パラメトリックスピーカーの利用と効果

    岩元裕子

    日本作業療法研究学会雑誌  2013.3.29 

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  24. ロボット対話型の認知機能検査における信頼性と受容性

    上村智子, 高枝果奈, 井上剛伸, 西浦裕子

    日本老年医学会雑誌  2019.5.25 

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  25. 介護施設における認知症高齢者の時間感覚の特性 1日の時間認識について

    岩元 裕子, 寳珠山 稔

    日本作業療法学会抄録集  2013.6 

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  26. 在宅高齢者向け情報支援ロボットの導入手法の構築

    齋藤大輔, 西浦裕子, 大中慎一, 渡部幸一, 清水陽介, 原田歩, 大澤由美子, 森村泰之, 濱田浩美, 児島宏明, 佐土原健, 二瓶美里, 井上剛伸

    バイオメディカル・ファジィ・システム学会年次大会講演論文集  2016.11.25 

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  27. 対話型ロボットによる認知機能検査は高齢者への受け入れがよいか

    高枝果奈, 上村智子, 井上剛伸, 西浦裕子

    第53回日本作業療法学会  2019.9 

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  28. 情報支援ロボットシステムの家庭環境における効果検証

    齋藤大輔, 西浦裕子, 大中慎一, 渡部幸一, 森村泰之, 児島宏明, 佐土原健, 濱田浩美, 二瓶美里, 井上剛伸

    LIFE講演概要集(CD-ROM)  2017.9.5 

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KAKENHI (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research) 4

  1. 認知症高齢者における時間処理能力の構造解明と新規評価法の提案 International coauthorship

    Grant number:16K16458  2017.2 - 2023.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 若手研究(B)  若手研究(B)

    西浦 裕子

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    Authorship:Principal investigator  Grant type:Competitive

    Grant amount:\3770000 ( Direct Cost: \2900000 、 Indirect Cost:\870000 )

    平成29年7月から平成31年3月まで産前・産後休暇、育児休暇を取得したため、平成30年度は、本研究は休止していた。
    なお、研究休止前までに、スウェーデンで開発された、発達障害者を対象とした時間処理能力の評価ツール(KaTid)の英語版を日本語に翻訳し、スェーデンの英語版開発者との意見交換を行った。本評価ツールを認知症者に適応するにあたっての注意点を基に、高齢者にあわせた質問項目の抽出を行った。

  2. Research on Evaluation Method of Living Environment of Elderly's Home using 3D Scanner

    Grant number:15KT0001  2015.7 - 2019.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    Kamata Minoru, NIHEI Misato, NISHIURA Yuko, MIZUNO Junpei

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    The elderly people whose cognitive function has deteriorated due to aging often require visit care or care prevention. However, it is difficult to grasp temporal changes in the living environment of the elderly, lifestyles and living environments with large individual differences. In addition, it is an important issue to realize a safe, comfortable and environment for each elderly person. In this study, in order to clarify the timely support intervention for support intervention in home-care, and how to perform housing repair and relocation at low cost, we developed a living environment sensing system for elderly people including dementia. In addition, we tried to judge the possibility of nursing care support by the developed system. Also, we proposed evaluation indicators related to environmental load based on physiological and psychological environment measurement between human and environment.

  3. Empirical Research on Dysmetria and Behavior

    Grant number:26560302  2014.4 - 2017.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research  Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research

    Nihei Misato, NISHIURA Yuko, TAMAI Akira, KAMATA Minoru, NISHIURA Yuko, TAMAI Akira, KAMATA Minoru

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    In this research we focused on remarkable deviation in a flat track without lateral inclination, indefinite inter-vehicle distance, and unstable movement behavior in driving behavior of automobiles and wheelchairs. The aim of this research is to clarify the common factors to these and to propose a method evaluating the ability on the factors. Specifically, we have evaluated the lane deviation and developed a tool to investigate dysmetria. Also, we have measured and examined the visuo-spatial function and the space composition function etc. Furthermore, we have proposed a measurement method and evaluation index focusing on the function that corrects the motion required for driving mobility such as automobile, and examined the change of the adaptive function following aging and mild cognitive impairment (MCI).

  4. Effect of assistive products for information support to older people with dementia

    Grant number:25882053  2013.8 - 2015.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Research Activity start-up  Grant-in-Aid for Research Activity start-up

    NISHIURA Yuko

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    Grant amount:\2730000 ( Direct Cost: \2100000 、 Indirect Cost:\630000 )

    The purposes of this study were to reveal the effectiveness of an automatic calendar, which shows the date and schedule automatically for older people with dementia, and to prove the characteristics of appropriate users. The design was a cross-over randomized controlled trial but not blinded. As a result, using the automatic calendar was effective in improving cognitive function and activities of daily living based on the context of their own lives. In addition, it revealed that appropriate users are older people, who (1) might have mild dementia, (2) have some difficulties with activities of daily living, (3) can be supported by caregivers at regular intervals, and (4) are familiar with technologies.

Industrial property rights 1

  1. 情報提示システム、プログラム及び情報提示方法

    大中 慎一, 二瓶 美里, 児島 宏明, 佐土原 健, 井上 剛伸, 西浦 裕子, 大澤 由美子, 渡部 幸一, 清水 陽介, 原田 歩, 濱田 浩美, 山内 閑子

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    Applicant:日本電気株式会社, 国立大学法人 東京大学, 国立研究開発法人産業技術総合研究所, 国立障害者リハビリテーションセンター総長, 株式会社 生活科学運営, フランスベッド株式会社

    Application no:特願2017-089328  Date applied:2017.4

    Announcement no:特開2018-189682  Date announced:2018.11

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