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■School of Nursing

TOP School of Nursing Dean



 

Message from the Dean


Chihiro Hinuma, R.N., Ph.D.



In 1998, the School of Nursing at Tokyo Women's Medical University was developed from Tokyo Women’s Medical Nursing College, the leader in advanced nursing education in Japan.
The mission of the School of Nursing at Tokyo Women's Medical University is based on the founding philosophy of "Sincerity and Compassion." The School of Nursing strives to train and inspire nursing practitioners who understand their roles as nurses and can adapt to the rapid changes in Japanese society.
Our mission is to educate active student by implementing a learner-centered curriculum. Our diploma policies are listed below:

Graduates will

1. Understand that patients are consumers and demontrate well-rounded character.
2. Have the ability to solve health issues with a compbination of empathy for the patient, scientific knowledge and the medical skills necessary for nursing practice
3. Having of ability to work as a member of a team to provide medical care and social services to patients and improve the health care system to respond to changes in social conditions
4. Have basic research ability
5. Take responsibility for their future development as a professional
6. Having basic ability to active with international perspective

The School of Nursing at Tokyo Women's Medical University has two campuses, the Kawada?cho campus in Shinjuku and the Daito Campus in Shizuoka. A unique curriculum has been developed for each educational environment.
The School of Nursing has formal associations with universities abroad including Hawaii Pacific University, Alverno College, and Ewha Womans University in Korea.

The Graduate School of Nursing at Tokyo Women's Medical University includes a program to train scholars in various specialties including psychiatric nursing, critical care nursing, oncology nursing, pediatric nursing, geriatric nursing, and CNS (Certified Nurse Specialist).