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​Invited Lecture

Mukaiyachi Ikuyoshi 
Hokkaido Medical University Graduate School of Nursing and Welfare,
    Advanced Research Promotion Center
  ``Presentation undecided''

Born in Towada City, Aomori Prefecture
After graduating from university, from April 1978, worked as a social worker at the psychiatric department of a general hospital in Hidaka, Hokkaido. Participated in the establishment of "Urakawa Bethel House" (April 1984, now a social welfare corporation) as a base for community activities with people with mental disorders. In 2001, he invented the study of parties as a dialogue practice, and since April 2003 he has been teaching at the Faculty of Nursing and Social Welfare, Hokkaido University of Health Sciences, working to spread the study of parties both in Japan and overseas. In March 2021, he was appointed emeritus professor at Hokkaido Medical University, and in April, he became a specially appointed professor at the Graduate School, Faculty of Nursing and Welfare, and the Advanced Research Promotion Center.

○Books "Bethel's Non-Aid Theory", "Before Techniques" (Igaku Shoin), "Wind Blowing from Bethel's House" (Inochi no Kotobasha), "A New, Peaceful and Despairing Life" (Inochi no Kotobasha) ) and many others

Shinichiro Kumagaya
Associate Professor, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Tokyo, Pediatrician

Born with neonatal asphyxia and lack of oxygen, wandering on the edge of life and death. Although he survived, he developed cerebral palsy and spent his life in rehabilitation until high school.
Became an electric wheelchair user in the first year of junior high school, and the world changed dramatically. I feel uncomfortable with the rehabilitation of walking supremacy.
In high school, he learned about the independent living movement for physically disabled people, and started living alone in college.
He deeply resonates with the movements of hearing-impaired students of the same generation he met in college. Understand the depth of ``assimilation-type discrimination'' against ``invisible disabilities'', which is different from ``exclusion-type discrimination'' against oneself with ``visible disabilities''.

After graduating from the Faculty of Medicine, the University of Tokyo, he worked at the Department of Pediatrics, Chiba Nishi Hospital, and the Department of Pediatric Cardiology, Saitama Medical University. , pediatrician. Director of the Japanese Society for Developmental Neuroscience. Specializes in pediatrics and research on people with disabilities.

As a project of the Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, ``Construction of internal observation theory of the principle of developmental disorders through research on people with disabilities and its therapeutic significance (Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research 2012-2016)'' (principal researcher), ``Ecological turn of knowledge: human Ecological Phenomenology for Restoration of Natural Environments (Grant A)” (Shared Research), “Social Foundations of Psychiatry: Interdisciplinary Research on the Impact and Significance of Interactive Approaches to Psychiatry (Grant B)” ( Joint research), and "Relationship between the acquisition of theory of mind and the development of language and executive functions in children with autism spectrum disorders (Foundation C)" (partial research).

Major publications include "Rehabilitation Night" (Igaku Shoin, 2009), "Developmental Disability Research" (co-author, Igaku Shoin, 2008), "Tsunagari no Manhou" (co-author, NHK Publishing, 2010), Philosophy of Pain” (co-author, Seidosha, 2013), etc.

Toshikazu Shimba
Director of Psychiatry, Shizuoka Saiseikai General Hospital

"Topic undecided"

1981 Graduated from Nagoya University School of Medicine
Worked at Nagoya University Hospital, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Psychiatry, etc. Since 2010 Shizuoka Saiseikai General Hospital Psychiatry Director
We perform outpatient visits to check arousal function using autonomic nerve activity and electroencephalograms as indicators.
He is a visiting professor at the Faculty of System Design, Tokyo Metropolitan University, and a visiting researcher at the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science.

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