- 5:50pm – Arrival/Registration
- 6:00pm – Welcome speech
- 6:10pm – Presentation from Swiss and Japanese experts
- 7:00pm – Panel Discussion
- 8:00pm – End of event
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Event start time
Boston and New York5:00AM
About the Panelists
Zurich University of Applied Sciences School of Management and Law Deputy Head of Health Services Research
Flurina Meier SchwarzerDeputy Head of Health Services Research
Meier has been a Scientific collaborator and Ph.D. candidate in the School of Management and Law since 2021. Her research focus is elderly care, financing long-term care, and its systematic review.
Zurich University of Applied Science School of Social Work
Christina ErösCustomer Relationship Manager
Erös is planning to visit Japan on behalf of the School of Social Work. Her objective is to explore methods for supporting the physical and mental health of the elderly in Japan and methods for supporting them through society as a whole, as well as solutions to various challenges using cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence and robots.
Advanced Research Center for Well-being Kobe University
Keiko KatagiriProfessor, Head of the Research Center
Katagiri conducts interdisciplinary research with a focus on the psychology of society, particularly the active participation of elderly people, human relationships, and communication in the super-aging society. She also serves as the director of the newly established Advanced Research Center for Well-being at Kobe University.
Yushoukai Medical Corporation
Sasaki is CEO of Yushoukai Medical Corp, the largest group of home care clinics (21 clinics, 84 doctors, 7500 home care patients) in Japan．
Due to his achievement, he received various prizes including Global Ageing Influencer in 2018, 4th & 5th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards in 2016 and 2017 (best home care provider), and the winner of the Forbes Wellness Award in 2016.
Doshisha University Faculty of Policy Studies
Hatamoto has been studying social security and social welfare issues from a sociological perspective for many years. He also serves as a member of the Kyoto Prefectural Employment Support Center and has a deep understanding of both practical and research aspects.