Shin-u Hayashi, Graduate research student

Shin-u Hayashi, Graduate research student

Graduate research student

Shin-u Hayashi

Shin-u Hayashi, MD, MPH

[Japanese version]

Dr. Shin-u Hayashi joined Department of Clinical Epidemiology as a graduate research student in April 2023. Dr. Hayashi was born in Ibaraki Prefecture in 1981. Dr. Hayashi graduated from Chiba University School of Medicine and earned a MD degree in 2007. He completed his residency program at the University of Tokyo Hospital and senior residency program in internal medicine at the Japan Red Cross Medical Center. Thereafter, he studied public health, medical management, and health policy in a graduate school while engaging in clinical practice in internal medicine and home medical care.

“I used to visit Fukushima for skiing and traveling when I was in elementary school. I became a graduate research student through collaboration with Dr. Kurita in the course of engaging in home medical care. I hope to contribute to the improvement in quality of home medical care and provide better medical care for patients and their families.”

[Academic affiliations and certifications]
Japanese Association for Home Care Medicine (Board Certified Home Care Physician/Instructor)
Japan Primary Care Association (Diplomate in Primary Care/Instructor)
The Japan Diabetes Society (Board Certified Diabetologist)
The Japanese Society of Internal Medicine (Board Certified Member)

[Residency and clinical experience]
2007- Junior resident, The University of Tokyo Hospital
2009- Department of Diabetology and Endocrinology, Japanese Red Cross Medical Center
2013- Department of Diabetology and Endocrinology, Japanese Red Cross Omori Hospital
2015- You Home Clinic/You Home Clinic, Heiwadai

[Clinical Research]

  1. Yasunaka M, Tsugihashi Y, Hayashi S, Iida H, Hirose M, Shirahige Y, Kurita N, and the ZEVIOUS group.
    Relationship of life expectancy with quality of life and health-related hope among Japanese patients receiving home medical care: The Zaitaku evaluative initiatives and outcome study
    PLOS ONE 2023; (in press)
  2. Hayashi S, Shirahige Y, Fujioka S, Tsugihashi Y, Iida H, Hirose M, Yasunaka M, Kurita N, and the ZEVIOUS group.
    Family Practice 2023; 40: 211–217. doi:10.1093/fampra/cmac062

    医療法人社団鉄祐会・長崎在宅Dr.ネット・天理よろづ相談所白川分院と奈良県内でご活躍の先生方とチームで行う、ZEVIOUS研究(Zaitaku Evaluative Initiatives and Outcome Study)の成果(チームプロダクト)です。主指導教員が、ロジスティクスを含めた研究計画の立案・解析・論文化でフルコミットしました。

  3. Tsugihashi Y, Hirose M, Iida H, Hayashi S, Yasunaka M, Shirahige Y, Kurita N, and the ZEVIOUS group.
    Geriatrics & Gerontology International 2021; 21: 229-237. doi:10.1111/ggi.14124

    長崎在宅Dr.ネット・医療法人社団鉄祐会・天理よろづ相談所白川分院と奈良県内でご活躍の先生方とチームで行う、ZEVIOUS研究(Zaitaku Evaluative Initiatives and Outcome Study)の成果(チームプロダクト)です。

Miyashita J, Hayashi S, Yamamoto Y.
Association between direct interpersonal involvement with a dying family member and discussions regarding advance care planning among Japanese older adults.
Geriatr Gerontol Int 2021; 21(2): 197-202.

Imai H, Furukawa TA, Hayashi S, Goto A, Izumi K, Hayashino Y, Noda M.
Risk perception, self-efficacy, trust for physician, depression, and behavior modification in diabetic patients.
J Health Psychol 2020; 25(3): 350-360.

Kojima Y, Kaga H, Hayashi S, Kitazawa T, Iimura Y, Ohno M, Yoshitsugu M, Fujiwara M, Hiyoshi T.
Comparison between sitagliptin and nateglinide on postprandial lipid levels: The STANDARD study.
World J Diabetes 2013; 4(1): 8-13.