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Successful Renovation of a Closed School Into a Long-Term Care Facility in the Affected Area After the 2011 Fukushima Disaster

  • Yoshitaka Nishikawa (a1) (a2), Akihiko Ozaki (a3) (a4) and Masaharu Tsubokura (a2)
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Correspondence and reprint requests to Yoshitaka Nishikawa, MD, Department of Health Informatics, Kyoto University School of Public Health, Yoshida Konoe, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8501, Japan (e-mail: ynishikawa-tky@umin.ac.jp).

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1. Prince, MJ , Wu, F , Guo, Y , et al. The burden of disease in older people and implications for health policy and practice. Lancet. (Elsevier Ltd) 2015;385(9967):549-562.
2. Morita, T , Leppold, C , Tsubokura, M , et al. The increase in long-term care public expenditure following the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster. J Epidemiol Community Health. 2016;70(7):738.
3. Fukushima Prefectural Board of Education. Annual report. 1994. http://is2.sss.fukushima-u.ac.jp/fks-db/txt/47000.kyouiku_nempo/1994/html/00046.html. Accessed January 8, 2018.
4. Ozaki, A , Shimada, Y , Yamamoto, K , et al. Death of the sole doctor at Takano Hospital 6 years after the Fukushima nuclear crisis – who is responsible for health care delivery in the Fukushima disaster zone? QJM. 2018;111(2):79-81.

Successful Renovation of a Closed School Into a Long-Term Care Facility in the Affected Area After the 2011 Fukushima Disaster

  • Yoshitaka Nishikawa (a1) (a2), Akihiko Ozaki (a3) (a4) and Masaharu Tsubokura (a2)

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