School of Nursing

To train the students to be nursing professionals who have genuine humanity

 

 

Ideas

  • To train the students to be nurses who have genuine humanity
  • To train the students to be nurses who voluntarily strive to enhance their abilities
  • To train the students to be nurses who contribute to medical care in the community
  • To train the students to be nurses who consider nursing in a global perspective

 

 

 

Establishment

1974

Admission Capacity

100 in each year, 3-year course

Total floor space of the facility

1,962m2

Dormitory

6-story building

Full quota

114

Educational Goals of the School

  1. To impart knowledge and skills to the students in order to produce qualified nurses for those who need medical care
  2. To get the students to understand health care, medical care and welfare systems and develop their abilities to fulfill the role of a nursing professional in society
  3. To make the students knowledgeable about nursing trends in a global perspective, and capable of considering the role of nursing care
  4. To facilitate the growth and expansion of humanitarian values through campus life
  5. To develop the students' abilities to learn on their own initiative

 

Since its establishment in 1974, School of Nursing Affiliated to Dokkyo Medical University has graduated approximately 2,800 nurses. With the advancement in medical technology and the aging society, nursing professionals who have genuine humanity and ability to provide safe and reliable nursing care are in great demand.
To meet this demand, the school aims to develop the students' basic abilities to provide nursing care to people in all health levels as well as to produce capable nurses who understand the health care, medical care, and welfare systems well enough to respond promptly to the future medical environment.

Yearly Schedule

Various events are scheduled through the year