School personnel information

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YAMAMOTO Beverley Anne


Keyword

health promotion, rare disease patient advocacy, sexual and reproductive health, gender internationalization of education, multicultural societies,

Mail Address

Mail Address

Laboratory Phone number

06-6879-4035

Laboratory Fax number

06-6879-4035

URL

http://g30.hus.osaka-u.ac.jp/staff/index.html

Gender

Female

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  • 2006.01.01 - 2010.03.31, Human Sciences, Graduate School of Human Sciences, Associate Professor

  • 2010.04.01 - 2013.03.31, Human Sciences, Graduate School of Human Sciences, Associate Professor

  • 2013.04.01 - , Human Sciences, Graduate School of Human Sciences, Professor

  • 2007.04.01 - 2016.03.31, Global Collaboration Center, Jointly Appointed Professor

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University of Sheffield Graduate School, Division of Social Sciences  East Asian Studies Completed Doctor of Philosophy in East Asian Studies 2000.02
University of Sheffield Graduate School, Division of Social Sciences East Asian Studies Completed Postgraduate Diploma in Japanese Studies 1990.07
University of Nottingham Graduate School, Division of Social Sciences Education Completed Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) 1982.08
University of London Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Sociology and Social Policy Graduated Bachelor of Arts (Hons) 1981.07

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Kwansei Gakuin University Adjunct professor 2017.04 -
University of Oxford, Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies (HeLEX) Academic Affiliate 2019.06 -
University of Sheffield, Faculty of Social Sciences, School of East Asian Studies Honorary Visiting Fellow and Visiting Lecturer 1996.04 - 2013.04
University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, International Research Fellow 2003.04 - 2005.03
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University College of Asia Pacific Studies, Visting professor 2003.04 - 2006.01
Kitakyushu University Graduate School of Social Systems Visiting Professor 2005.04 - 2008.03
London South Bank University, Visting Professor atthe Weeks Centre,, Research activities 2014.02 - 2018.02

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  • UKRI-JST Joint Project with University of Oxford. Title: Ensuring the Benefits of AI in Healthcare for All: Designing a Sustainable Platform for Public and Professional Stakeholder Engagement
    The central aim of this research is to identify effective strategies to support an engagement platform for Artificial Intelligence (AI) that can sustain dialogue and engagement between a range of stakeholders including patients and the public. This will stimulate the creation of an interdisciplinary, multi-sectoral, global ecosystem to support the implementation of AI in healthcare in Japan and the UK for the benefit of society.
    Sociology-related, Medical management and medical sociology-related

  • JST RISTEX project Establishment of evidence-generating commons using ICT and its application to the medical policy
    This project explores the potential for patient involvement in medical research and policy making through shared participation in discussion-based activities utilizing an ICT platform for rare and intractable diseases, RUDY Japan. Allowing for communication between key actors, patients, researchers and policy makers, we propose to explore the potential of RUDY Japan to serve as an evidence generating commons for medical research and policy.

    Sociology-related, Sociology of science, history of science and technology-related, Medical management and medical sociology-related

  • UCL- Osaka University Partner Fund
    The Everyday Lived Experiences of Disabled University Students in London and Osaka
    Working from a social model of disability, this research aims to understand the everyday lived experiences of disabled university students in London and Osaka. It will comprise two parts. First, an auto-ethnography, through video/film of the everyday lives of disabled students; and second, semi-structured interviews, to be conducted by the disabled research student participants, involved in the study.

    Up to a total of twelve disabled students, six in each city, with different impairments (e.g., sensory, physical, mental/emotional, hidden and learning) will be recruited in London and Osaka.

    Each participant will document their own everyday experience through video/film auto-ethnography to capture a `day in their life'. This would include: their experience of negotiating the built environment from the time they leave their homes; their journeys to the university; any challenges they face once they arrive; as well as any other experiences, they have, if they travel to other social and public spaces, including parks, shops and restaurants.

    Sociology-related, Social welfare-related, Sociology of education-related, Education-related

Academic Society Membership 【 display / non-display

  • The Japan Society of Adolescentology

  • Comparative and International Education Society

  • Japan Society of Educational Sociology

  • British Association of Japanese Studies

  • Intercultural Education Society of Japan

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Academic Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Why would we rather our children stay ignorant? An exploration of the difficulties of providing comprehensive sexuality education in schools and the possible contribution of a Kyosei Studies approach to finding solutions, 141-167, 2020.03, http://www.osaka-up.or.jp/, Other(In Japanese)

  • Involing patients in research, YAMAMOTO BEVERLEY ANNE,AMS-JSPS-AMED UK-Japan Symposium on Data-Driven Health: Data strategies to predict risk, prevent and manage disease in individuals and populations., 2020.02, Conference Report / Oral Presentation

  • Social design for health: Ontological vulnerability, life course and planetary health, Beverley Yamamoto, Hiroshi Yamanaka, Yumi Kimura, Gergely Mohácsi, Rie Ogasawara, Humanistic futures of learning: Perspectives from UNESCO Chairs and UNITWIN Networks,pp.91-94, 2020.01, https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000372577, Papers

  • Dynamic Consent: An Evaluation and Reporting Framework, Megan Prictor1 , Megan A. Lewis2, Ainsley J. Newson3, Matilda Haas4,5, Sachiko Baba6, Hannah Kim7, Minori Kokado6, Jusaku Minari8, Fruzsina Molnár-Gábor9, Beverley Yamamoto6, Jane Kaye1,10, and Harriet J. A. Teare1,10, Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 1-12, 2019.11, Papers

  • Actively Constructing Youself as a Professor: After Appointment, YAMAMOTO BEVERLEY ANNE, The Positioning and Making of Female Professors: Pushing Career Advancement Open,155-176, 2019.10, Papers

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Books 【 display / non-display

  • Textbook, The world created by kyosei studies, Nobuo FUJIKAWA, Osaka University Press, ISBN, ISBN978-4-87259-542-0, 2016.03

  • Special, A handbook for enhancing English-medium program quality and practice: Towards effective teaching, learning and assessment., Yamamoto, B., Bysouth, D., Osaka University Press, ISBN, 978-4-87259-502-4 C3037, 2015.03

  • Textbook, Gender Studies: Learning about Women 's Studies, Men Studies (Revised Edition), Muta Kazue Ed., Osaka University Press, ISBN, 978-4-87259-497-3 C3036, 2015.03

  • General, 'School for foreigners' in Japan: Transnationality and issues surrounding educational policyransnationality, Shimizu Kokichi, Nakajima Tomoko, Kaji Itaru eds, Akashi Shoten, ISBN, 978-4-7503-4038-8, 2014.07

  • Special, Mapping Changing Identities: New Directions in Uncertain Times, Alexander, Claire; Kaur Raminder and St Louis Brett et al, Routledge, ISBN, 978-0-415-72604-7, 2013.08

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Awards 【 display / non-display

  • Presidential Awards for Achievement in Education, Beverley Anne Yamamoto, Osaka University, 2012.07

Media report 【 display / non-display

  • [Human body: Advanced medical care in Japan] Hereditary Angioedema (HAE) : Symptoms of sudden swelling in various parts of the body, Yomiuri Shinbun, 2016.08

  • [People] Dr. Beverley Ann Yamamoto: A British professor of Osaka University leads the HAE patient group in Japan, Asahi Shinbun, 2016.07

  • We are entering an era where lectures are held in English rather than Japanese even at Osaka University and Kyoto University. English-ization is a life or death issue. The time for hesitating is over., Sankei Newspaper (Kansai area), 2014.03

  • G30 Symposium Part II Linking IB World Schools and G30, Spring, 2013.10

  • Global 30 Universities: Measures for Osaka University to promote internationalization, The Japan Times, 2013.09

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Lecture / Exhibition 【 display / non-display

  • Teenage Pregnancy Network lecture, Teenage Pregnancy Network lecture, 2016.07

  • Hiroshima Univesity Symposium: Aspiring to be a Top Global University, Development of English-Taught Education Programs and Issues surrounding them, 2015.03

  • Hiroshima Univesity Symposium: Aspiring to be a Top Global University, Issues surrounding Japanese Universities in a Globally Competitive Age, 2015.03

  • The 13th Ehime Univesity Seminar on Reforming English Language Education, Transforming environments for English-medium programs and courses, 2015.03

  • International Baccalaureate Study Meeting, The IB from three different perspectives, 2014.09

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Outside Activity Management 【 display / non-display

  • Other, Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, Member of the editorial committee, 2012.01 -

  • National・Local Public Organization, Kochi Prefecutural Education Committee, Committee for the Promotion of Global Education, 2014.10 -

  • Other, HAE International NGO, 2014.05 -

  • National・Local Public Organization, HAE Japan (NPO), President, 2013.11 -

  • Academic society, Japan Society for Educational Sociology, Committee Member of theDirectorate of International Affairs, Japan Society for Educational Sociology, 2013.10 -

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Other activities 【 display / non-display

  • G30 Human Sciences All-English Undergradute Programme, 2009.04 -