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業績

業績

PUBLICATIONS(2013-2018)

2018

Yamazaki Y, Fukushima S, Kozono Y, Uka T, Marui E. (2018). Exploring attractiveness of the basic sciences for female physicians. Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine 244(1): 7-14.

2017

Barroga EF, Inoue M, Fujita H, Sato K, Matsumoto N, Nakajima K, Uriuda M. (2017). The academic writing desk of St. Luke’s International University: Providing increasing mentoring support in the areas of academic research, writing, presentation, and publishing. Bulletin of St. Luke’s International University, 3: 34-40.

Yamazaki Y, Uka T, Marui E. (2017). Professional fulfillment and parenting work-life balance in female physicians in basic sciences and medical research: a nationwide cross-sectional survey of all 80 medical schools in Japan. Human Resources for Health 15(1): 65.

Yamazaki Y, Hayashida CT, Yontz V. (2017). Insights about fall prevention of older adults in the state of Hawaii. Hawaii Journal of Medical Public Health 76(1): 3-8.

Yamazaki Y, Yontz V, Hayashida C. (2017). Propensity for Japanese-American older adults’ use of medical alert services in Hawaii. Geriatric Gerontology International 17(10): 1392-1398.

2016

Nishibe T, Barroga E. (2016). Current status of vascular surgery in Japan. In Vascular Surgery: A Global Perspective (1st ed.) [Dardik A., Editor]. Springer Nature; pp 289-293. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-33745-6_42.

Shimizu M, Barroga E. (2016). Basic English Textbook for Learners of Rehabilitation Science. Medical View; ISBN 978-4-7583-0447-4 C3047.

2015

Barroga EF. (2015). Predatory publishing practices corrode the credibility of science. Journal of Korean Medical Science 30: 1535-1536.

Barroga EF, Vardaman M. (2015). Essential components of educational programs on biomedical writing, editing, and publishing. Journal of Korean Medical Science 30: 1381-1387.

Nomura K, Yamazaki Y, Gruppen LD, Horie S, Takeuchi M, Illing J. (2015). The difficulty of professional continuation among female doctors in Japan: a qualitative study of alumnae of 13 medical schools in Japan. BMJ Open, 5(3), e005845.

Uchino H, Ushijima K, Ikeda Y, Williams J, Barroga E. (2015). Neuroanesthesia and Cerebrospinal Protection. Springer; ISBN: 978-4-431-54489-0 (Print), 978-4-431-54490-6 (Online); DOI: 10.1007/978-4-431-54490-6.

2014

Barroga EF. (2014). Reference accuracy: authors’, reviewers’, editors’, and publishers’ contributions. Journal of Korean Medical Science 29: 1587-1589.

Barroga EF. (2014). Safeguarding the integrity of science communication by restraining ‘rational cheating’ in peer review. Journal of Korean Medical Science 29: 1-3.

Barroga EF. (2014). Establishing academic editing systems and writing programs to enhance publishing capacity. Journal of Medical English Education 13(2): 23.

Barroga EF. (2014). Editorials should be encouraged and enriched by cascading peer review. European Science Editing 40 (2): 55.

Kim Soo Ki, Barroga EF. (2014). An adaptable model of a biomedical writing and editing course for medical graduates. European Science Editing 40 (1): 9-10.

Rodis OMM, Barroga EF, Barron JP, Hobbs J, Jayawardena JA, Kageyama I, Kalubi B, Langham C, Matsuka Y, Miyake Y, Seki N, Oka H, Peters M, Shibata Y, Stegaroiu R, Suzuki K, Takahashi S, Tsuchiya H, Yoshida T, Yoshimoto K. (2014). A proposed core curriculum for dental English education in Japan. BMC Medical Education 14: 239-247.

2013

Barroga EF. (2013). Cascading peer review in open access publishing. European Science Editing 39 (4): 90-91.

Barroga EF, Kojima T. (2013). Research study designs: an appraisal for peer reviewers and science editors. European Science Editing 39 (2): 44-45.

Barroga EF. (2013). Essential modules for teaching publication writers. Medical Writing 22 (1): 4-9.

Kojima T, Barroga EF, Yoshiro T, Yoshioka T, Barron JP. (2013). Combined workshops on medical writing and publication ethics for Japanese postgraduate students and faculty members. Medical Writing 22 (1): 10-12.

Yamazaki Y, Uka T, Shimizu H, Miyahira A, Sakai T, Marui E. (2013). Japanese medical students’ interest in basic sciences: a questionnaire survey of a medical school in Japan. Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine 229(2): 129-136.

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