健康・福祉増進に関する社会医学的研究 Researches on Health and Welfare Promotion Based on an Approach of Social Medicine

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著者

    • 鏡森 定信 KAGAMIMORI Sadanobu
    • 富山医科薬科大学医学部保健医学講座 Department of Welfare Promotion and Epidemiology, School of Medicine, Toyama Medical & Pharmaceutical University

抄録

This article was derived from my memorial talk given when receiving the prize of the Japanese Society for Hygiene at their academic congress. The reader could review my research on health and welfare promotion made by introducing new conceptual health policy based on the approach of social medicine. Through my experience in different research work, the importance of social factors in the etiology of health during childhood, adulthood and old age was discussed. In addition, it was revealed that social factors not only influence the population's health status but also constitute the context within which organized efforts can be made to promote health.<br>For the elderly, the annual health check, stroke patient registration, and insurance for care and spousal bereavement; for adults, the Karoshi and occupational health; and for children, air pollution-atopy predisposition and lifestyles were highlighted as social medicine-related issues. The research on mostly longitudinal population studies showed that health status, including the life expectancy and the prevalence of disability and chronic disorders, are related to one's marital status, social support, psychosocial working conditions and environmental factors as well as to lifestyles such as physical activity and hours of work and sleep at entry. More attention should be directed to independent factors' effects on health, separate from those of adverse health habits and bio-medical situations, under the health and welfare promotion strategy.

収録刊行物

  • 日本衞生學雜誌

    日本衞生學雜誌 59(3), 301-310, 2004-07-01

    日本衛生学会

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    10013332717
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    AN00185923
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    JPN
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    REV
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    00215082
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    7042398
  • NDL 雑誌分類
    ZS17(科学技術--医学--衛生学・公衆衛生)
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    Z19-194
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