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Department of Nursing & Health

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We nurture in our student the ability to help people using professional knowledge and skills and respect for human dignity and the ability to practice nursing on a solid scientific base.

Societies in the 21st century are becoming more international, with aging populations and fewer children, and care nurses are expected to play more active roles in the field of health.

Nurses serve many different people, not only those who are being treated and recovering from diseases and injuries, but also people living with chronic diseases and disabilities and people who want to prevent disease and improve their health.

Nurses use their professional knowledge and skills to support people in many aspects of their lives?at medical institutions, in their homes, in the community and in the workplace.

It is therefore important for nurses to have the ability to make scientific, logical, and ethical judgments, and to see patients holistically in their relations to nature and society, based on concern and compassion.

In an international society, nurses also need a broad perspective based on a well-rounded character, with the ability to live side by side with people from other cultures and cultivate a cosmopolitan awareness.
The School of Nursing & Health aims to educate students with professional knowledge and skills and cultivate in them deep humanity, in line with our educational goals.

Degree Bachelor of Nursing

Message from a Current Student

Department of Nursing & Health

Ikue Kusakari

I took some classes at the Nagakute campus during my freshman year, but since my sophomore year I've studied at the Moriyama campus. At the Moriyama campus, the necessary resources for learning about nursing are available, and the teachers have instructed me kindly. Here, you can gain the knowledge and skills that are necessary in order to become a nurse. From the second semester of the junior year to the first semester of the senior year, there is a series of special training courses, in which I have striven hard every day to make use of what I've learned in my classes. Although my studies are challenging, I've had the time to take on part-time jobs, participate in club activities and fully enjoy my campus life. Another advantage of the Moriyama campus is that it's a close-knit community of students where you can become friends with students at different grade levels by joining clubs or committees.

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