Graduate School of Medical Care and Technology

  • Itabashi Campus
  • Utsunomiya Campus

Talented medical researchers training the next generation of health care professionals

With technology changing almost daily in the health care sector, it is increasingly important to have leaders to train medical technicians to be flexible and adaptable. In addition to advanced theoretical and practical training and research, the Graduate School of Medical Care and Technology teaches the importance of ethical principles and a sense of empathy and compassion in the context of leadership studies, to ensure that the next generation of medical technicians is taught by medical educators and researchers of the highest standard.

Key facts

Specialization
  • Division of Orthoptics
  • Division of Nursing
  • Division of Clinical Radiology
  • Division of Clinical Laboratory Medicine
  • Division of Judo Therapy
Program/outcome
  • Division of Orthoptics
    • Stage 1 of doctoral program (Master's Degree Program) -Master's Degree in Orthoptics
    • Stage 2 of doctoral program (Doctoral Degree Program) -Doctorate in Orthoptics
  • Division of Nursing
    • Stage 1 of doctoral program (Master's Degree Program) -Master's Degree in Nursing
    • Stage 2 of doctoral program (Doctoral Degree Program) -Doctorate in Nursing
  • Division of Clinical Radiology
    • Stage 1 of doctoral program (Master's Degree Program) -Master's Degree in Clinical Radiology
    • Stage 2 of doctoral program (Doctoral Degree Program) -Doctorate in Clinical Radiology
  • Division of Clinical Laboratory Medicine
    • Stage 1 of doctoral program (Master's Degree Program) -Master's Degree in Clinical Laboratory Medicine
    • Stage 2 of doctoral program (Doctoral Degree Program) -Doctorate in Clinical Laboratory Medicine
  • Division of Judo Therapy
    • Stage 1 of doctoral program (Master's Degree Program) -Master's Degree in Judo Therapy
Educational principles
Campus
Teaching staff * 1
Students * 26

* As of May 1st, 2017

Specialization

Advanced training for medical professionals and educational researchers

The Graduate School of Medical Care and Technology offers five areas of specialization: orthoptics, nursing, clinical radiology, clinical laboratory medicine and, judo Therapy. Each of these courses is designed to build upon existing skills and knowledge in teaching the art of guidance and educating others, while cultivating problem-solving and research skills.

Division of Orthoptics

The orthoptics course is the only such course offered at an independent graduate school in Japan. Orthoptics is the diagnosis and treatment of conditions such as squint and weak eyesight using advanced testing and examination techniques. In addition to studying the technology, students learn leadership and education skills for operating as independent researchers and educators and working in a team environment.

Division of Nursing

The nursing course teaches a wide range of theory, practical skills and research techniques to suit different needs and expectations. Students use their hospital experience to identify a specific issue and write a thesis as a means of utilizing research in their work, while also developing logical and systematic analytical skills.

Division of Clinical Radiology

Clinical Radiology covers advanced theoretical and technical skills in radiology treatment, a field that has seen considerable technical advances in recent years. Experienced instructors working at affiliated facilities provide technical guidance and research assistance. Students develop skills with existing technology as well as the capacity to design new technology.

Division of Clinical Laboratory Medicine

Clinical Laboratory Medicine provides training and guidance in specialized fields and meeting the expectations of society, at a time when not just doctors only are in a position to provide training in testing techniques or carry out developmental research. Clinical laboratory examination is an important component of health care delivery. Students will develop the ability to maintain and promote the technology.

Division of Judo Therapy

Judo Therapy augments the technique of judo with academic research and scientific validation to develop a broader understanding of the therapeutic benefits of the sport. The course needs qualification as a licensed judo therapist to enroll, and features hands-on training in medical facilities together with an instructor. Judo therapists are in demand in Japan and around the world.

Teaching staff

In the Teikyo University Teaching Staff Database, information about the staff can be searched and viewed. (Japanese information only, may not cover all staff)

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