日本プライマリ・ケア連合学会
マイページ
日本プライマリ・ケア連合学会
  1. HOME
  2. 学会誌・研究活動:学会誌
  3. 優秀論文賞

学会誌

優秀論文賞

受賞者(英文誌)一覧

Publication
Year
Volume, Issue,
Pages
First Author Affliation Article title
2021 vol. 22 (6):
334−340
Koki Kato Madoka Family Clinic Prospective cohort study on the incidence and risk factors of emergency home visits among Japanese home care patients
2021 vol. 22 (5):
271−277
Yuya Motoishi, Hirotomo Yamanashi Department of Community Medicine, Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Oral health-related quality of life is associated with physical frailty: A cross-sectional study of Japanese community-dwelling older adults
2020 vol. 21 (2):
9-14
Takahiro Hosoi University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan Survival time after marked reduction in oral intake in terminally ill noncancer patients: A retrospective study
2019 vol. 20 (3):
93-100
Mikio Wada Fukuchiyama City Hospital Ooe Branch, Fukuchiyama, Kyoto, Japan Elderly patients with lower‐jaw mobility require careful food texture modification: A cohort study
2018 vol. 19(1):
4-8
Yasuaki Saijo Department of Social Medicine, Asahikawa Medical University, Asahikawa, Japan Relationships between road‐distance to primary care facilities and ischemic heart disease and stroke mortality in Hokkaido, Japan: A Bayesian hierarchical approach to ecological count data
2017 vol. 18(5):
230-236
Tadahiko Kamegaya Gunma University Graduate School of Health Science, Maebashi, Gunma, Japan Evaluation by the Basic Checklist and the risk of 3 years incident long‐term care insurance certification
2016 vol. 17(1):
90-98
Kenta Sato Department of General Medicine, Kin‐ikyo Sapporo Hospital, Sapporo, Japan Mini Nutritional Assessment Short‐Form (MNA‐SF) Predicts Clinical Outcomes: Cohort Study of Small‐Sized Hospital in Japan
2016 vol. 17(2):
151-157
Keiichiro Kita Department of General Medicine, Toyama University Hospital, Toyoma, Japan The Number of Pain Sites and Other Non‐pain Symptoms are Important Clues for Diagnosis: A Cross‐sectional Study of Outpatients with Multiple Somatic Complaints