著者
Hiroki Saito Takanori Funaki Kazuhiro Kamata Kazuhiko Ide Sachiko Nakamura Yasunori Ichimura Kazuaki Jindai Takeshi Nishijima Rieko Takahashi McLellan Chiori Kodama Jun Sugihara Shinya Tsuzuki Mugen Ujiie Hiroyuki Noda Kazunari Asanuma
出版者
National Center for Global Health and Medicine
雑誌
Global Health & Medicine (ISSN:24349186)
巻号頁・発行日
pp.2019.01032, (Released:2020-01-27)
参考文献数
11

In 2015, Japan created a unique governmental program to train experts in health emergencies called Infectious Disease Emergency Specialist (IDES). This is a concept paper to set out the goal and structure of the program, and to describe the achievement and the way forward to further contribute to global health security. The IDES program background, mission, structure, achievement, and future directions were reviewed and discussed by the IDES trainees, graduates, and program coordinators/supervisors. Since 2015, thirteen Japanese medical doctors have graduated from the program while five are currently in training. The IDES core competencies were identified in the context of a wide range of skillsets required for health emergencies. A large national and global network has been created through the training. Coordinated work with surge capacity of experts is of paramount importance to prepare for and respond to public health emergencies. The IDES program can be a good model to many other governments, and contribute to global health security.
著者
Hiroki Saito Hiroyuki Noda Shunji Takakura Kazuaki Jindai Rieko Takahashi McLellan Kazunari Asanuma
出版者
National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Japanese Journal of Infectious Diseases Editorial Committee
雑誌
Japanese Journal of Infectious Diseases (ISSN:13446304)
巻号頁・発行日
pp.JJID.2018.208, (Released:2018-08-31)
参考文献数
5
被引用文献数
1

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one of the top public health agendas in Japan. Since Japan published the national action plan (NAP) on AMR in 2016, the NAP implementation has been a major focus in Japan Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW). Japan MHLW recently published the 1st edition of “Manual of Antimicrobial Stewardship” (including English version), a narrative review with particular focus on outpatient setting of primary care and two common infectious disease conditions. This is one of very few occasions where MHLW proactively set a clinical guidance for health care delivery at facility level. Implementation of the manual will be further supported by the change in our social health insurance coverage.