〒162-8666 8-1, Kawada-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
The Master's Course in Practical Nursing IV (Psychiatric Nursing) offers a master's thesis course and a practical nursing course with the aim of developing highly specialized professionals in the field of psychiatric nursing who can play leading roles in the future in the fields of psychiatric nursing practice, education, and research.
The Master's Thesis Course is mainly for those who aim to become educators and researchers in psychiatric nursing. The Practical Nursing Course is offered to those who aim to become a Japan Nurses Association Specialist in Psychiatric Nursing. This course has been accredited by the Japanese Association of Colleges of Nursing as a "Specialist in Psychiatric Nursing Education Course" and currently offers 38 credits. Many graduates of the course have become specialized psychiatric nurses and are active in a wide range of clinical settings. Some are also active in the field of education.
We cover a wide range of research themes in the field of psychiatric nursing, including the liaison area.
In the Practical Nursing Course, graduate students deeply reflect on practical themes that they have wanted to explore in their past practical experience, conduct a systematic literature review, and summarize their findings in an assigned research paper. Through the writing of the assigned research thesis, students aim to be able to conduct evidence-based practical acts and field education when they are active in practice after completion of the program.
The master's thesis course aims to produce an advanced academic thesis on a topic in the field of psychiatric nursing with the expectation that the student will enter a doctoral program in the future, with the goal of becoming an independent educator and researcher. As for research methods, students are guided to conduct research using qualitative research methods.
- The meaning of "nurture" for children with developmental disabilities in child and adolescent psychiatric wards
- A study of the relationship between acceptance of disability and recovery through the experiences of schizophrenic patients.
- A literature review on nursing care of suicide attempters in emergency and psychiatric facilities
- Literature review on growth of psychiatric nurses
- Literature review on caring in psychiatric nursing
- Hekisuikai Hasegawa Hospital
- Tokyo Metropolitan Matsuzawa Hospital
- Inokashira Hospital
- Tokyo Women's Medical University Hospital
8-1, Kawada-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo