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Niki Kazuyuki


Keyword

Clinical Pharmacy, Palliative Care

Mail Address

Mail Address

URL

https://phs-osaka-u-ryouyaku.jimdo.com/

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  • 2013.04.16 - 2013.07.15, Center for Advanced Eduction and Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Assistant Professor

  • 2013.07.16 - , Center for Advanced Eduction and Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Assistant Professor

  • 2019.12.01 - , Graduate School of Medicine

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Osaka University Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science  Graduated 2013.03
Osaka University Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science  2019.03

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  • Palliative care
    Clinical pharmacy-related

 

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  • Immersive virtual reality reminiscence reduces anxiety in the oldest-old without causing serious side effects: A single-center, pilot, and randomized crossover study, Niki K*, Yahara M, Inagaki M, Takahashi N, Watanabe A, Okuda T, Ueda M, Iwai D, Sato K, Ito T., Frontiers in Human Neuroscience,14 598161, 2021.01, Papers

  • A pilot study to develop a new method of assisting children in taking their medication by using immersive virtual reality, Niki K*, Yasui M, Iguchi M, Isono T, Kageyama H, Ueda M, Biological and Pharmaceutical Bulletin,in press, 2020.11, Papers

  • Efficacy of tapentadol for neuropathic pain in Japanese cancer patients: comparison of tapentadol with methadone and fentanyl., Takemura M, Niki K, Okamoto Y, Matsuda Y, Ohmae T, Takagi T, Uejima E, Ueda M., Palliative Medicine,34(15) 206-206, 2020.09, International Conference(Proceedings)

  • The adequateness of methadone for Japanese terminal cancer patients can be determined earlier than 7 days: a preliminary retrospective study., Takemura M, Niki K*, Okamoto Y, Matsuda Y, Ueda M, Uejima E., JMA Journal,3(3) 258-264, 2020.07, Papers

  • Response to Wang et al. (doi: 10.1089/jpm.2020.0212): Virtual Reality as a Bridge in Palliative Care during COVID-19, Niki K*, Okamoto Y, Ueda M, Journal of Palliative Medicine,23(7) 892-894, 2020.07, Papers

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