Yasue Ota, Mari Takahashi, Development of a web-based comprehensive educational programme for nurses to facilitate mother-infant bonding, The International Marce Society for perinatal mental health. Melbourne, Australia, Sep. 2016.
Yasue Ota, Evaluation of a training programme for nurses and midwives to facilitate mother-infant bonding in the early postpartum period- Nursing role as an "attacher"-, The 5th Australian Japanese Symposium in Women's Health, Tokyo, Japan, Feb 2017.
Hatsumi Taniguchi, , Yoshiko Suetugu, Yoko Sato, Yuko Yoshimoto, Ayaka Inoue, Yukari Noguchi, Kumiko, Adachi, Yoko Shinpuku, Yasue Ota, Satsuki Yamashiro, Davaasuren Serdamba, Kiyoko Okamoto, Increasing awareness of professional approach for Mongolian midwives using a health care pamphlet for prevention of obesity during pregnancy, AAPINA's14th Annual National Conference, Honolulu, USA, March 2017.
Yasue Ota, Kyoko Shimabukuro: What is required for the midwife's support during labour?-Comparative study between primiparas and multiparas regarding factors affecting their childbirth experience-, 19th East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholar. Chiba, Japan, March 2016.
Yasue Ota, Noriko Suzuki, Hitoshi Nakayama, Mari Takahashi, Hiromi Inoue: How Salivary Oxytocin Levels Correlated to Maternal Emotionality during Late Pregnancy, Labour, and the Early Postpartum. The 93rd Annual Meeting of the Physiological Society of Japan, Sapporo, March 2016.
Yasue Ota: Facilitating mother-infant attachment during the early postpartum period－ What is required for the midwife's care? －. IAWMH2015 6th World Congress on Women's Mental Health. Tokyo, Japan, March 2015.
Yasue Ota, Kyoko Shimabukuro: Factors relating to perception of the childbirth experience by primiparas: Focusing on their sense of control and support from midwives. The 30th Triennial Congress ICM. Prague, Czech Republic, June 2014.