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The Great East Japan Earthquake and Disasters: One Year Later

March 19, 2012 - 9:00am - 5:00pm
Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute
401 Parnassus Avenue Room 190

Sponsored by the UCSF Departments of Psychiatry and Pediatrics and Global Health Sciences. Click on links to see presentations.

Program

9—9:30 Registration and Light Breakfast
9:30—10 Opening remarks Craig Van Dyke, MD (UCSF) and Hiroshi Inomata, Consul General of Japan
10—10:30 Hiroshi Nimura, MD (Kudan Clinic)
Medical Casualties from Earthquake and Tsunami
10:30—11 Mitsuyoshi Urashima, MD, PhD (Jikei University)
Radiation Contamination in Fukushima
11—11:15 Break
11:15—11:45 Toshifumi Kishimoto, MD, PhD (Nara Medical University)
Experience of the Tsunami
11:45—12:15 Hisako Watanabe, MD, PhD (Keio University School of Medicine)
The Manifold Impact of Radiation on Children and Families in Fukushima
12:15—1:30 Lunch
1:30—1:50 Stephen Mahin, PhD (Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center)
Earthquake and Tsunami Mitigation in Japan
1:50—2:10 Arrietta Chakos, MPA
Building Individual and Community Resilience
2:10—2:30 Break
2:30—2:50 Mary Comerio, MSW, MA (UC Berkeley)
Post-Disaster Housing
2:50—3:10 James Seward, MD, MPP, MMM (UCSF and UC Berkeley)
Radiation and Health
3:10—3:30 John I. Takayama, MD, MPH (UCSF)
UCSF Response to the Earthquake and Related Disasters in Japan
3:30—4:15 Panel Discussion
4:15—5 Reception