Caring for people from the time they are born until their final moments
The nursing profession encompasses the professions of public health nurse, midwife, and registered nurse.
Social changes affecting people's health, such as the advancement of the aging society and the increase in lifestyle diseases are making it increasingly difficult to maintain and improve health. This faculty aims to equip students with a strong foundation of knowledge and skills related to nursing while also teaching them to be "kind and smart" nurses who can respect and care for sick people, children, the elderly, and working people.
Key Points of Learning in the Faculty of Nursing
In an effort to promote "holistic independence," which is the founding principle of Shikoku University, this faculty encourages nursing students to be lifelong students of the knowledge and techniques that are needed in the ever-changing field of medicine and our ever-evolving society, enabling them to become kind and compassionate people who will be able to contribute to the health, medical, and welfare services of their local communities.
Personal integrity and a strong sense of ethics
Knowledge and well supported techniques
Sensitivity to the expectations of the local community
Nursing professionals who engage in lifelong learning
Department of Nursing
Educating nursing professionals who will continue to learn and grow throughout their careers
The diversification of medical needs and technological advancements that have been achieved in medical settings have led to greater levels of knowledge, skill and discernment being exercised by nurses.
This department aims to produce nursing professionals who have practical skills grounded in solid education, who are "kind and smart," and who have a rich sense of compassion and concern for human dignity.
|Degrees Offered||Bachelor's Degree (Nursing)|