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The Three Skills of Tenacious Nurses

At the Faculty of Nursing, we believe in skills earned through “learning from experience”, “basic working skills”, and “the ability to utilize information and communicate”. These beliefs form the core of our program, allowing us to educate tenacious nurses who can meet the needs of society.

Learning From Experience

Learn to go above and beyond by participating in nursing activities and working in progressive community care.

Working Skills

We teach people to become better workers by carefully considering any questions they may have, moving forward, staying tenacious, and building cooperation with others.

Ability To Utilize Information/Communicate

We train nurses who will be able to provide community care/treatment and support by being able to search for necessary information purposefully, think dispassionately, make decisions, and report well to others.

Comprehension・Capability・Interest! The Path To Becoming A Tenacious Nurse

Our Faculty of Nursing emphasizes both taking opportunities to try and learning from mistakes.
Our experienced professors assist students in obtaining practical knowledge and experience through active learning. By emphasizing “comprehension, capability and interest”, students learn proactively.
In addition, all materials are e-textbooks installed on tablets, allowing students to enjoy studying anywhere, anytime.
In the nursing training annex, we have created a learning environment utilizing wireless LAN to allow for task-based study compatible with a variety of actual fields where students freely interact with hospital and homes through tablets.
Our unique Faculty of Nursing uses simulations and self-study monitors to help students enjoy learning.

Nursing Keywords and Fields of Focus

The keywords of our Faculty of Nursing are “autonomy and joint development”.
“Autonomy” means learning to think for yourself, make decisions, and act responsibly as a member of society.
On the other hand, joint development means learning with staff, students, upperclassmen, and the community while developing future value by acquiring and valuing experience.
These concepts allow us to create people who can support community care and medical treatment.
Also, in the Faculty of Nursing, we have established a remote nursing support center dedicated to finding solutions to problems the community is currently facing, such as the declining birthrate, an aging population, and an increasingly digitized society through telenursing research, a combination of telecommunications, treatment, and medical services.
We are seeking a new vision of nurses who can contribute to the construction of a community care system that meets society’s needs through a fusion of information and nursing.