Nursing Research & Training Center
Our university is actively developing contributions to our region through the use of our expertise in researching health issues and problems faced by the community. The Nursing Research and Training Center cooperates with organizations and individuals to provide varied support.
The Center also plays an important role in supporting nursing professionals in their career advancement. We established a certified nurse education course with the goal of more specialized nursing practice. The course offers training opportunities based on the specializations of nursing professionals. Nursing care of the highest quality is called for as medical treatment advances, along with the increasing complexity of society and illness. It is the Center’s aim to train personnel capable of filling this role, and we are doing so with the assistance of individuals, nursing professionals, and organizations alike.
The Nursing Research and Training Center continues to serve as a bridge between the community and university and to work for the health of the community.
The Center is located on the second floor above the Library in the Education and Research Building and is comprised of an office, multipurpose hall, Japanese-style tatami mat room, and two collaborative research rooms.
The Center Office
The office, staffed by nurses and public health nurses, is the contact point for our regional contribution work.
The Hall is used for meetings and conferences, has a capacity for 100 people, and is equipped for visual media.
This spacious Japanese-style room has 28 tatami mats with tables available for floor seating.
Collaborative Research Rooms
These private rooms are often used for small meetings and conferences, and each holds up to ten people.