Here it is! We all thank every participant in all phases of our JT 2010.
A new page is now available for the information of transit from Tokyo to Osaka and stay in Tokyo.
Thank you very much for your interest in Japan Trip 2010.
Please give your frank reponses to the following simple survey.
TThe materials of the session are available:
The following contents are subject to change. Please feel free to give us any questions or concerns via email (jt2010 AT hsph.jp) or webform.
We are proud to sponsor the Japan Trip (JT) 2010. JT 2010 is going to be held during Spring Break (March 15th to 20th, 2010). All members of the HSPH and other schools around the Boston-area are welcome to join.
JT is a non-credit trip largely targeted to those who are interested in learning about public health affairs in Japan. The JT was first initiated in 2006 and held annually by students volunteers of HSPH.
All public health professionals recognize that Japan has achieved the appreciable economic development and the longest healthy life expectancy, potentially through personal engagement and interactions with the local people, policy makers, health professionals and key stakeholders, During JT 2010, You will find out the clues of the facts through Japanese cuisine, culture, history, and traditions. Please take a look at the documents of our previous trips held annually from 2006 to 2009 in the left column of this website. We are sure that JT will be life-changing for anyone. The details and the application form will be provided in this website soon. We are also going to hold information sessions before thanks-giving.
EVERYONE is welcome to join our information sessions! Please feel free to post any questions through the form.
HSPH Student club of Japan, JT Organizing Committee
(alphabetical order of last name.)
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