GHP staff and students strive to produce high-quality peer-reviewed research on global and planetary health. We present in this section our latest peer-reviewed publications, student dissertations, and reports to government and private bodies.
Shaw R, Luo Y, Cheong T.S, Abdul Halim S, Chaturvedi S, Hashizume M, G.E Insarov, Ishikawa Y, Jafari M, Kitoh A, Pulhin J, Singh C, Vasant K, Zhang Z. Asia. In: Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Contribution of Working Group II to the Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Cambridge University Press. 2022. pp. 1457–1579.
Adelekan I, Cartwright A, Chow W, Colenbrander S, Dawson R, Garschagen M, Haasnoot M, Hashizume M, Klaus I, Krishnaswamy J, Lemos M.F, Ley D, McPhearson T, Pelling M, Kodira P.P, Revi A, Sara L.M, Simpson N.P, Singh C, Solecki W, Thomas A, Trisos C. What the Latest Science on Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability Means for Cities and Urban Areas. Summary for Urban Policymakers (SUP) of the IPCC's Sixth Assessment Report Volume II.
Indian Institute for Human Settlements. 2022.
Global Health Governance Study Group (including Nomura S). Restructuring global health governance through global solidarity – Japanʼs role beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. Tokyo: Technology Governance Policy Research Unit, Institute for Future Initiatives, The University of Tokyo; and Japan Center For International Exchange. 2022.
Nomura S, McEnany M, Sugawara J, Noritake R, Miyata H. Sustainability and resilience in Japan’s health system. London: Partnership for Health System Sustainability and Resilience (PHSSR)
The Association of Academies and Societies of Sciences in Asia. The imperative of climate action to promote and protect health in Asia. Frutiger by The Clyvedon Press Ltd, Cardiff, United Kingdom. 2021.
Special Commission on Japan’s Strategy on Development Assistance for Health (including Nomura S). Japan’s global health diplomacy in the post-COVID era – the paradigm shift needed on ODA and related policies. Tokyo: Japan Center for International Exchange. 2021.
Nomura S, Ishizuka A. Disease burden: generating evidence, guiding policy. In: Kayano R, Murray V, EYY C, eds. WHO Guidance on Research Methods for Health and Disaster Risk Management. Geneva: World Health Organization. 2020.
Nomura S, Shibuya K. Improving population health in the era of superaging: Japan’s challenges and opportunities. Innovative Asia – Innovation Policy and the Implications for Healthcare and the Life Sciences. Seattle: The National Bureau of Asian Research. 2018.
Sakamoto H, Rahman MM, Nomura S, Okamoto E, Koike S, Yasunaga H, Kawakami N, Hashimoto H, Kondo N, Abe SK, Palmer M, Ghaznavi C. Japan health system review. New Delhi: World Health Organization Regional Office for South-East Asia. 2018.