Lectures

The 4th  Expert SGH Lecture in 2016

1. Date
       

  Thursday, November 29,2016

2. Place
      
  Matsuo High School gym

3. Target students
      
  All first-year students

4. Theme
       
  Japan and the rest ofthe world in a global aging area.
  - What Japan can andshould do with its advanced aging problem

5. Lecturer
       
 Professor NanakoTamiya

Majors of Medical Sciences, Graduate School ofComprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba


6. Content
 
 ・Current status of aging in Japan
 ・Current status ofaging overseas
 ・Background on globalaging
 ・Japan’s experiencewith an early, rapid aging of society
 ・What Japan can learnfrom the West: Measuring quality of care
 ・What Japan can learnfrom the West: Support for those providing nursing care at home
 ・Countries that Japanshould emulate and what Japan should learn alongside other countries
 ・Future issues for Japan

  




 

Third Expert SGH Lecture in 2016


1. Date
    Friday, July 15, 2016

2. Place
    Sambu no Mori Bunka Hall

3. Target Students
    All first year students

4. Lecturer
    Professor Makoto Yuasa
    Hosei University, Faculty of Social Policy and Administration

5. Theme
    「About Happiness」

6. Content
    ・What is your happiness?  Can you buy it with money?
    ・What make all other people happy?
    ・What can we do for others?

   

SecondExpert SGH Lecture in 2016

1. Date 
    Thursday, June 30 2016

2. Place
    Matsuo High School Gym Hall

3. Target Students
    All first year students

4. Lecturer
    Mr. Hiroshi Torimitsu
    Teacher at  Sundai Preparatory School

5. Theme
    「What we can be done for the world ?」

6. Contents
    ・What he learned at School of Medicine
    ・What he learned at School of Literature
    ・What we can do now , and what we should do for other
    ・Think about what it means 「do for others」

   

◇First Expert SGH Lecture in 2016◇

1. Date
    Wednesday,May11 2016

2. Place
    Matsuo High School Gym Hall

3. Target Students
    All first year students

4. Lecturer
    Mr. Akitoshi Mizushima

5. Theme
    「Manner」

6. Contents
  ・Basic knowledge of Social welfare
     ・How to greet pelple
     ・TPO
     ・In manner of way to talk with elderly people

 




 



◇First Expert SGH lecture in 2015◇


1. Date
      
  Thursday, October 28,2015

2. Place
       
  Matsuo High School gym

3. Target students
      
  All first-yearstudents

4. Theme
      
  Robots that support nursingcare and daily life

5. Lecturer
      
 Yoshio Matsumoto

 Head ofthe Service Robotics Research Team

 Robot Innovation Research Center, NationalInstitute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
  
6. Content
 ・Popularizing robots that support nursing care anddaily life
 ・Developing and evaluating robots that support nursingcare and daily life
 ・Costs
 ・Risks
 ・Benefits
 ・Overseas trends
 ・No lifting policy in Australia
 ・Utilization of robots in the Netherlands
 ・The Robotic Care Equipment Project by the Japan Ministryof Economy, Trade and Industry


  Message from the Principal  (Members of the Management Guidance Councilparticipated in the lecture as well)

         
     
        
     Actualrobots on display              Students eagerly listen to the lecture

   



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Second expert SGH lecture

1. Date       
  Thursday, November 24,2015

2. Place
      
  Matsuo High School gym

3. Target students
      
  All first-yearstudents

4. Theme
       
  Japan and the rest ofthe world in a global aging area.
  - What Japan can andshould do with its advanced aging problem

5. Lecturer
       
 Professor NanakoTamiya

Majors of Medical Sciences, Graduate School ofComprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba


6. Content
 
 ・Current status of aging in Japan
 ・Current status ofaging overseas
 ・Background on globalaging
 ・Japan’s experiencewith an early, rapid aging of society
 ・What Japan can learnfrom the West: Measuring quality of care
 ・What Japan can learnfrom the West: Support for those providing nursing care at home
 ・Countries that Japanshould emulate and what Japan should learn alongside other countries
 ・Future issues for Japan

  Message from the principal               Dr. Tamiya’s enthusiastic lecture 

     
        

 Students eagerly listen to thelecture   Thank-you speech by a student representative