Professor, Graduate School of Biomedical & Health Sciences, Hiroshima University
Michiko MORIYAMA has taught at Hiroshima University since 2002. She graduated from California State University, Fresno （Master’s in Nursing Science（MSN））and obtained a Ph. D. in medical science （public health）from Yamaguchi University. She previously worked at Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare as a nursing specialist, where she contributed to the development of the National Long-term care insurance system. Prof Moriyama is a clinical nurse specialist in gerontology, and is an expert on chronic care and family nursing, has clinical experiences at various nursing fields such as hospitals, the hospice home, the home visiting nursing station, the family support center for the brain damaged. She has established DPP HEALTH PARTNERS CO.,LTD in 2010 to provide chronic disease management programs all over Japan. Additionally, she served as a chair to the 10th International Family Nursing Conference. Prof. Moriyama is a board member of many professional and academic organizations and won national and international awards in her field.
Kazawa, K., K. Osaki, M.M. Rahman, M. Moriyama et al. “Evaluating the effectiveness and feasibility of nurse-led distant and face-to-face interviews programs for promoting behavioral change and disease management in patients with diabetic nephropathy: A triangulation approach,” BMC Nursing, 19:16, 2020.
Cui Y., M. Moriyama, K. Chayama, Y. Liu, C. Ya, B.A. Muzembo, M.M. Rahman, “Efficacy of a Self-Management Program in Patients with Chronic Viral Hepatitis in China,” BMC Nursing,18:44, 2019.
Fukuoka, Y., N. Hosomi, T. Hyakuta, Y. Omori. J. Ito, Y. Uemura, K. Yagita, M. Kimura, M. Matsumoto and M. Moriyama, “Effects of a disease management program for preventing recurrent ischemic stroke: A randomized controlled study,” Stroke 50, 705-712 15, 2019.
Kazawa, K., M.M. Rahman and M. Moriyama, “An investigation of factors influencing high usage of medical and long-term care service in aging society in Japan,” Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health, 30(2), 95-106, 2018.
Kazawa, K. , S. Iwamoto, M. M. Rahman, and M. Moriyama, “Health resource utilization and comorbidities in patients with mental dis-orders: analysis based on health insurance claim data," Health, 2017.
Kiriake, A, and M. Moriyama, “Development and Testing of the Partnership Scale for Primary Family Caregivers Caring for Patients with Dementia,” Journal of Family Nursing 1074840716656450, (DOI:10.1177/1074840716656450), 2016.
Kazawa, K., K. Yamane, N. Yorioka, and M. Moriyama, “Development and Evaluation of Disease Management Program and Service Framework for Patients with Chronic Diseases,” Health, 7(6), 729-740 (DOI:10.4236/health.2015.76087), 2015.
Takeshita, Y., M. Ikeda, S. Sone, and M. Moriyama, “The Effect of Educational Intervention regarding Advance Care Planning for Advance Directives,” Health, 7(8), 934-945 (DOI: 10.4236/health.2015.78111), 2015.
Kazawa, K., M. Moriyama, M. Oka. S. Takahashi, M. Kawai, and M. Nakano, “Efficacy and Usability of an E-learning Program for Fostering Qualified Disease Management Nurses,” Health, 7(8), 955-964 (DOI: 10.4236/health.2015.78113), 2015.
Moriyama, M., Y. Takeshita, T. Haruta, N. Hattori, and E. C. Ezenwaka, “Effects of a 6-month nurse-led self-management program on comprehensive pulmonary rehabilitation for patients with COPD receiving home oxygen therapy,” Rehabilitation Nursing, 40(1), 40-51, 2015.
Kazawa, K., Y. Takeshita, N. Yorioka, and M. Moriyama, “Efficacy of a disease management program focused on acquisition of selfmanagement skills in pre-dialysis patients with diabetic nephropathy: 24 months follow-up,” Journal of Nephrology, DOI: 10.1007/s40620-014-0144-2, 2014.
Yoshioka S., M. Moriyama, and Y. Ohno, “Efficacy of the End-of-life Nursing Care Continuing Education Program for Nurses in General Wards in Japan,” American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, (DOI: 10.1177/1049909113491133), 2013.
Otsu H, and M. Moriyama, “Follow-up study for a disease management program for chronic heart failure 24 months after program commencement,” Japan Journal of Nursing Science, 9(2), 136-148 (DOI:10.1111/j.1742-7924.2011.00194.x), 2012.