The Fifth JJAVA Symposium will be held on September 16, 2012 in Nagoya
The fifth symposium on ”Zero Death and Serious Injury in Judo” will be held in Nagoya on Sunday, September 16, 2012.
In the past symposiums of Japan Judo Accident Victims Association, the number of serious injuries and deaths in school judo activities and the analysis of medical connections between judo injury and brain damage have been presented by experts. Strong warnings have been issued about serious judo injuries. Moreover cases of judo accidents in overseas countries and how they dealt with judo safety have been introduced to appeal the need for safety measures in judo classes in Japan.
In this symposium the above topics will be further discussed including speeches to be given by family members of judo incident victims. In addition, dynamics and forensic analysis of judo incidents, which were discussed in last year’s symposium, will be presented in this symposium.
Ms. Noriko Mizoguchi, a silver medalist in the Barcelona Olympics, will speak this year on increasing safety in the judo community.
We look forward to your participation.
The Fifth Symposium – Japan Judo Accident Victims Association
“Zero Death and Serious Injury in Judo”
September 16, 2012, Sunday 10:00 ~ 16:30 (Part 1, Part2)
Part 1: 10:00 ~12:35
Part 2: 13:30 ~ 16:30
4-4-38 Naeki Nakamuraku Nagoya 450-0002 Aichi Prefecture
(Five minuets walk from Sakuramichi Exit of JR Nagoya Station)
Japan Judo Accident Victims Association
Asahi Shimbun Social Welfare Organization
The Nagoya City Board of Education
Program: (tentative / speeches and discussions will be in Japanese)
1.The actual conditions of judo incidents? Is the requirement of martial arts at junior high schools a good opportunity or a risk?
Ryo Uchida, Associate Professor at Nagoya University Graduate School of Education and Human Development
2.Contact sports and brain injuries ? focusing on brain concussion and second impact syndromes
Masato Noji, Head of Department of Neurosurgery, Ashigarakami Prefectural Hospital; Chairman, Kanagawa Prefecture Amateur Boxing Medical Committee;
Member, Medical Committee of Kanagawa Prefecture Taiikukyoukai (Sports Association); JASA certified in Sports Medicine
3.Development mechanism of acute subdural hematoma ?a dynamic analysis
Yusuke Miyazaki, Assistant Professor, Kanazawa University College of Science and Engineering, School of Mechanical Engineering
4.Judo incidents and medical evidence, trials
Saori Nanbu, Yokohama City University, School of Medicine
Assistant Professor, Shizuoka University of Art and Culture;
Member of the Shizuoka City Board of Education;
Olympic silver medalist in Barcelona
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