OHTAWARA CAMPUS

Departments

School of Health Sciences

Department of Nursing

Fostering nursing specialists with profound knowledge and advanced skills together with an empathetic attitude

Rapid advancement in medicine requires highly specialized nursing professionals to respond to the growing needs in clinical scenes. Future nurses are expected to have both the latest knowledge and skills with flexible adaptability. In order to gain the ability to identify specific needs in various ituations, our curriculum offers students many chances to gain clinical training experiences. Both study and practice help them to become nursing experts with humane empathy. Our aim is to nurture reliable medical partners to take part in team treatment.

Infusion and IV injection skill
Infusion and IV injection skill
Bathing skill for newborns

Features of Department of Nursing

Point.1
Active areas for nurses have been expanding from hospitals to care facilities and private homes.
Point.2
Visiting nurses require on-the-job decision making ability, judging from different situations in each home.
Point.3
Nurses are expected to improve themselves in order to promote the quality of nursing.

Four-year Curriculum

Four-year Curriculum (Department of Nursing)

Four-year Curriculum (Department of Nursing)

Curriculum Outline

  • Fundamentals of Nursing Science
  • Clinical Practice in Basic Nursing Techniques Ⅰ&Ⅱ
  • Communication Training in Nursing
  • Clinical Practice of Community Health Nursing
  • Introduction to Adlut Care and Nursing
  • Methodology of Pediatric Care and Nursing
  • National Licenses
    • Registered Nurse
    • Public Health Nurse
  • Expected Places of Work for Graduates
    • Hospitals and health / medical institutions
    • Community public health centers
    • Health administration offices
    • Home care clinics in companies
    • Health care clinics in companies
    • Educational / research institutions
    • Journalism in health and nursing