Niigata University of Health and Welfare

Major in Health Sciences
Field of Nursing

Overview

We have designed a special course in the Field of Nursing. Specialized courses comprise of cancer nursing, women’s health nursing, child nursing, nursing management, geriatric nursing, mental health nursing and chronic care nursing, and community care. Health problems and life problems have become diversified and complicated, and consequently, the environment surrounding nursing has changed dramatically. In this field, we expect the students to acquire the ability to conduct theoretical research for nursing practices as well as practical capabilities in nursing. We also emphasize the ability to solve problems in terms of the QOL of the people with complex nursing problems at all levels of health, i.e. from the period of disease prevention, recovery, and up to the end stage diseases.

Characteristics

There are eight specialized areas in our field: cancer nursing, women’s health nursing, child nursing, nursing management, geriatric nursing, mental health nursing, chronic care nursing, and community care.

Master’s Degree

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Examples of Research Topics

  1. Study of decision-making in the medical care
  2. Study of health support programs
  3. Study of supporting for developing countries in international nursing
  4. Study of maternity and child nursing
  5. Research on cancer nursing
  6. Research on disaster nursing
  7. Research on women's health nursing
  8. Research on community care system
  9. Research on mental health nursing in public health
  10. research on sociology of health
  11. Research on health behavior

Teaching Staff

Yuko Uda / Professor / Ph. D. (Chair)
Community health nursing, Home care nursing, Disaster nursing

Yasuko Tsukamoto / Professor / Ph. D.
Midwifery and women’s health, Study of decision-making in the medical care, Study of health support programs

Yumiko Matsui / Professor / Ph.D.
Maternity and child nursing, Prevention of life-related diseases in children,
Growth ritual, Supporting for developing countries in international nursing

Utako Koyama / Professor / Ph. D.
Public health nursing, Community care system construction, Scale development

Tikayo Koyama / Professor / Ph. D.
Practical study of nursing for the elderly by means of action research

Tomoko Kaise / Professor

Hiroshi Sugimoto / Associate Professor / Ph. D.
Mental Health Nursing in public health, Sociology of Health, Community health, Health education and behavior.

Hiroko Shimoyama / Associate Professor / M.S.N.
Maternity nursing, Midwifery, Women’s health

Noriko Yamaguchi / Associate Professor / Ph. D.
Maternity and child nursing, Midwifery, Women’s health nursing, Infertility Fertility nursing

Chiharu Watanabe / Associate Professor / M.S.N.
Cancer Nursing, Palliative care, Cancer survivor support

Kiyoko Nakazawa / Assistant Professor / M.H.S

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