Graduate Course of Midwifery

  • Itabashi Campus

Specializing in human life and reproduction

Midwives are involved in all stages of the life cycle and boast specialized skills in areas such as maternity cycles and reproductive health. The Graduate Course of Midwifery covers life, gender and reproduction in detail and helps students to develop problem-solving skills for a range of situations as well as a sense of compassion and empathy for others.

Key facts

Course length 1 year
Educational principles
Campus
Teaching staff * 4
Students * 16

* As of May 1st, 2018

Key features

1. Core competencies

Diagnostic skills for key periods of pregnancy, delivery and infant care and general health together with evidence-based health care techniques.

2. Gender and reproduction

Women's health issues predicated on upholding human rights.

3. Maternal and child health in the community

Midwifery skills in maternal and child health services in the community; tackling health issues together with other health care professionals; interpersonal skills.

4. Ongoing professional development

Independent pursuit of professional development tailored to changing expectations of midwifery skills.

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)