Faculty & Position:General Education in Graduate School  affiliate professor
Contact:junko-tashiro[at]slcn.ac.jp convert [at] to @
Last Updated: May 22, 2019 at 05:05

Researcher Profile & Settings


  • Ph.D.
  • MA Sociology


    Global Health Nursing & Nursing Research


  • Aug. 1992May 1996University of Illinois, Graduate Program, Doctoral Course  Nursing Science Public Health Nursing (Wemen's Health Concentration)
  • 19921996University of Illinois at Chicago Graduate School, Division of Nursing Public Nursing (Wemen's Health concentration)
  • Apr. 1973Mar. 1975St. Paul University Graudate Program Sociology Applied Sociology Concentration
  • Apr. 1967Mar. 1972St. Luke's College of Nursing Faculty of Hygienic Nursing

Association Memberships

    , JAPAN ASSOCIATION FOR INTERNATIONAL HEALTH , ST. LUKE'S SOCIETY FOR NURSING RESEARCH , Japan Academy of Nursing Science , Midwest Nursing Research Society

Committee Memberships

  • 2002Japan Academy of Nursing Science,  Director Associate Edotor of Japan Journal of Nursing Science
  • 2002St. Luke's Society for Nursing Research Director


  • 博士(看護学)
  • 社会学(修士)

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Nursing / Community health nursing
  • Nursing / Fundamental nursing
  • Nursing / Fundamental nursing
  • Nursing / Community health/Gerontological nursing

Research Interests

    Global Health Nursing , Public Health Nursing , Primary Health Care in Nursing , Student Health Volunteer , Service Learning

Published Papers

  • Restructuring the Concept of “People‐Centered Care” Promoting Partnerships between Community Members and Health Care Providers
    高橋恵子, 亀井智子, 大森純子, 有森直子, 麻原きよみ, 菱沼典子, 新福洋子, 田代順子, 大橋久美子, 朝澤恭子
    聖路加国際大学紀要 4 9‐17 Mar. 2018
  • Model development of healthy-lifestyle behaviors for rural Muslim Indonesians with hypertension: A qualitative study.
    Mizutani M, Tashiro J, Maftuhah, Sugiarto H, Yulaikhah L, Carbun R
    Nursing & health sciences 18(1) 15-22 Mar. 2016 [Refereed]
  • Midwives' intrapartum monitoring process and management resulting in emergency referrals in Tanzania: a qualitative study.
    Shimoda K, Leshabari S, Horiuchi S, Shimpuku Y, Tashiro J
    BMC pregnancy and childbirth 15 248 Oct. 2015 [Refereed]
  • 国際看護人材開発研究に基礎づけられた聖路加国際大学の大学院修士・博士課程での国際看護学の発展過程と今後の展開
    田代順子, 長松康子
    聖路加国際大学紀要 1 52-56 Mar. 2015
  • 諸外国の看護学部生・大学院生への臨床判断力強化学習支援法とその成果―文献レビュー―
    田代順子, 松谷美和子, 緒方愛, 上田貴子, 嶋津多恵子, 堀井聡子
    聖路加国際大学紀要 1 20-28 Mar. 2015
  • Report on Mini Symposium “Nursing and Universal Health Coverage - Development of Human resource for nursing to ensure the all people obtain the health services-”
    橋本麻由美, 五十嵐久美子, 田代順子, 橋本千代子
    国際保健医療 30(3) 251-264 (J-STAGE) 2015
  • Concept analysis of reflection in nursing professional development
    Junko Tashiro,Yoko Shinpuku,Kazuko,Naruse,Maftuhah,and Miwako Matsutani
    Japan Journal of Nursing Science 1-10 May 2012
  • History of a Health Center's Activities in an Urban City in Japan-From 1935 to 1999 in Cyuo-ku, Tokyo.
    (28) 1-17 Mar. 2002
    This study aimed to analyze and clarify the historical changes in public health activities in an urban city in Japan.Chuo-ku Health Center, founded in 1935 and the first urban health center in Japan, was chosen as the site for this investigation. Historical materials from 1935 to 1999 were analyzed from the perspective of primary health care (PHC).Five periods were identified based on social conditions and the focus of public health activities. These periods are : time of war (1935-1945); ten years after WWII (1945-1955); rapid economic growth (1956-1974); increase in the aging population (1975-1988); and making the infrastructure for an aged society (1988-1999). These periods correspond to health transition phase I (1935-1955), health transition phaseII (1956-1988) and health transition phase III (1988- ). Findings describing each period are summarized in chronological tables.

Books etc

  • Health Care for Women International
    Reico Kishi,Bebvverly,J.Mcelmurry et
    Joint Work
    Japanese Women's Experiences form Pregnancy through Early Postpartum Period
    Routledge  2010
  • Improving Health through Nursing Reserch
    William L.Holzmer
    Joint Work
    Chapter7 Defining the research problem
  • Stakeholders' perception of the desired Master's program for Kenya in community health nursing: Areas of competency
    Kazuko Naruse,Junko Tashiro,Yumi Sakyo,Wakako Ichikawa and Anna K.Karani
    Joint Work
    Japan Journal of Nursing Science  2008
  • Chapter. 7 Defining the research problem In Improving Health through Nursing Research
    Junko Tashiro, William Holzemer
    Joint Work
    Wiley-Blackwell  2010
  • Health care for women international 32:Japanese Women's experiences from pregnancy through early postpartum period
    JunkoTashiro,ReicoKishi,Bebvverly,J.Mcelmurry,Susan Vonferheid,Susan Altfeld,Barbara Mcfarlin
    Joint Work
    Routledge  Dec. 2010

Conference Activities & Talks

  • 市民と保健医療専門職における「People‐Centered Careパートナーシップ尺度」の開発―信頼性と妥当性の検討―(第1報)
    高橋恵子, 朝澤恭子, 有森直子, 亀井智子, 麻原きよみ, 新福洋子, 大森純子, 菱沼典子, 田代順子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 Sep. 2018
  • 市民と保健医療専門職における「People‐Centered Careパートナーシップ尺度」の開発―短縮版(16項目)尺度:信頼性と妥当性の検討―(第2報)
    朝澤恭子, 高橋恵子, 有森直子, 亀井智子, 麻原きよみ, 新福洋子, 大森純子, 菱沼典子, 田代順子
    聖路加看護学会学術大会講演集 Sep. 2018
  • インドネシア共和国都市部における学童肥満に関連するライフスタイル行動とライフスタイル予測因子:主成分分析
    織方愛, 田代順子
    日本国際保健医療学会学術大会プログラム・抄録集 Dec. 2016
  • Evidence‐based Best Practiceのための看護理論(知)の開発とリサーチ・プロセス
    日本看護技術学会学術集会講演抄録集 Aug. 2016
  • インドネシア西ジャワ州農村部における高血圧をもつ中年期のムスリムにとっての禁煙の関連要因
    水谷真由美, 田代順子, MAFTUHAH, HERI Sugiarto, LILY Yulaikhah, RIYANTO Carbun
    日本国際保健医療学会学術大会プログラム・抄録集 Nov. 2015
  • Strategies for Strengthening Nursing and Midwifery Perceived by Stakeholders
    ICN 25th Quadrennial Congress May 2013
  • Qualitative Evaluation of a Web-Based Reflective Learning Support System in Nursing Graduate Education in Japan
    The 9th International Conference with Global Network of WHO Collaborating center for Nursing and Midwifery Jun. 2012
  • Developing Core Curriculum of Master Program in Global Health Nursing & Midwifery in Japan
    8th Conference,Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery Jul. 2010
  • Domai 1: Informed and empowerd Individuals, families and communitites
    Tashiro Junko
    Bi-Regional Forum of Medical Training Institutions on People-Centered Health Care Jul. 2008
  • Domai 1: Informed and empowerd Individuals, families and communitites
    Bi-Regional Forum of Health Care Organizations on People-Centered Health Care Mar. 2009
  • The first International Nursing Research Conference of World Academy of Nursing Science: Towards creating a new domain of nursing knowledge
    Junko Tashiiro, Shigeko Horiuchi, Yasuko Nagamatsu, Yukiko Manabe, Michiko Oguro, Masumi Moriyama,
    World Academy of Nursing Science Sep. 2009
  • 20th Anniversary of Korea Sigma Theta Tau International
    Tashiro, Junko
    Korea Sigma Theta Tau International Conference Sep. 2009
  • Challenges and Opportunities for Public Health Nurse
    Tashiro, Junko
    Taiwan Nurses Association Oct. 2009
  • Workshop: Development of International Health Experts
    Tashiro, Junko
    The 24th Conference of the JAIH at Sendai Aug. 2009
  • Nursing Education to Achieve the Global Health Coals: Global Nursing Perspectives
    Junko Tashiro
    Post ICN Symposium: International Health Partnership in Nursing for Health Equity: A Global Nursing symposium to Build Collaboration Towards Strengthening Results in Health Systems and Health Jul. 2009
  • Developing Core Curriculum of Master Program in Global Health Nursing & Midwifery in Japan
    Tashiro, Junko; Oguro, Michiko; Namagatsu, Yasuko; Manabe, Yukiko: Hori, Narumi; Moriyama, Masumi; Horiuchi, Shigeko
    Primary Health Care: 8th Conference, Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery Jul. 2011
  • Development and evaluation of a web-based reflective service learning course in Nursing Education in Japan
    Junko Tashiro, Syoko Shimpuku, Miwako, Matsutani, Ikuko Oikawa
    ICN Conference and CNE 2011 2-8 MayNurse driving access, quality and health May 2011
  • Presentation: Qualitative Evaluation of a Web-based Reflective Learning Support System in Nursing Graduate Education in Japan
    The 9th International Conference with the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Center for Nursing and Midwifery Jun. 2012
  • Community Health Needs in a District of West Java,Indonesia:Multi-method Study
    The 16th East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars(EASONS) Feb. 2013
  • Strategies for Strengthening Nursing and Midwifery Perceived by Stakeholders(C032c)
    ICN 25th Quadrennial Congress May 2013
  • Collaborative Reformation for Strengthening Community Health Nursing in Indonesia-Preliminary Analysis of the Curriculum
    J.Tashiro Maftuhah M.Mizutani L.Yulaikhah H.Sugiarto A.Ogata
    10th Conference of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery Jul. 2014


  • Useful information and supports in the service learning curriculum for the nursing students who work as volunteers overseas. - Experiences of Voluntary activities by Japanese nursing students in Thailand.
     11(1) 62-67
    Purpose: To develop an evidenced-based service learning program for Japanese nursing students participating involunteer activities in Thailand, we addressed the following questions: 1) what are the difficulties experienced byJapanese nursing students, and 2) what is the necessary information and support for the nursing student volunteersin this program?Methodology: Qualitative data was collected from 8 nursing students who participated in the volunteer activities,using a focus group discussion. They discussed their volunteer activities in an elementary school, home nursing,dengue campaign, nurse clinic and orphanage in Thailand in 2006. The four participating Thai nursing instructorsresponded to the questionnaire regarding the learning needs of the students and how to improve the program. Datawas thematically analyzed.Result: Students difficulties were sorted into 4 categories: 1) Culture and language: dealing with garbage andhomeless dogs on the street, for instance. 2) Attitude as a volunteer: observation or care? 3) Emotional/mentalproblems: heart-breaking farewell to orphans. 4) Nursing care: different ways of care between Japan and Thailand.Useful information for
  • Examining the Outcome Measure of the Program for Preschool Age Children “Knowing Our Body“
    (34) 36-45 Mar. 2008
  • Report of the International Collaboration Research Workshop : Collaborative Research for Strengthening Community Health Nursing in Developing Countries : Action and Evaluation Research
    (34) 31-35 Mar. 2008
  • Development of an e-Learning Program for the Community and Supporting Student Health Volunteer
     11(1) 109-115 Jun. 2007
    After the big earthquake in Kansai area in 1995, volunteer activities became popular in Japan. Currently, manynursing students are working in the area of health or community service as volunteers. During the period of FY2002-2004, we investigated educational needs of nursing student volunteers working in health or community serviceand then designed an educational program for them. From FY 2005, we had worked on developing an e-learningeducational program, and we completed it in January 2007. The purpose of this study is to describe the process ofdeveloping the educational program, which was designed primarily for first and second year nursing students, butalso meets the needs of others interested in volunteer work. We used an action research approach to develop thee-learning program. The process was classified into three steps. First, we began a periodic meeting to discuss thedesign of our website and its contents. Then we signed a contract with website developing experts and recruitednursing volunteer students to be participants in the study. As a result of our process, the web experts created adraft website with two layers: one general site for public and one fo
  • Synchronizing the Essence of People-Centered Care and Experiences of Women with Wisdom and Courage.
     10(1) 68-74 Jun. 2006
    This paper summarizes the St. Luke's College of Nursing 21st Century COE Program, 5th InternationalRelay Symposium titled “Sharing Wisdom, Courage and Experiences: Women Supporting Each Other inSociety“ and serves to compare the constructive concept of People-Centered Care, with the commonality ofactivities shared by the symposium panelists.This relay symposium was planned and carried out by the members of two projects, “Women-CenteredCare“ and “Development of a Practical Model for International Collaboration that Contributes toEveryone's Health“, both of which are part of the research project, “Nursing for People-Centered Initiativesin Health Care and Health Promotion“.Four symposium panelists presented their experience. They spoke about difficult issues and unforeseenevents facing women, and how they have been giving women courage amidst difficulties through mutualsupport, wisdom, and experience.Ms. Oguro has been involved as a midwife in activities that aid women's groups in Myanmar aiming toimprove maternal and child health.Ms. Ishii has conducted self-help groups for people who have experienced a miscarriage, stillbirth, orneonatal deat
  • Report of the International Collaboration Research Workshop : Collaborative Research for Strengthening Community Health Nursing in Developing Countries : Action and Evaluation Research.
    (33) 31-38 Mar. 2007
  • Development of Educational Programs for Nursing Student at Kabul Medical University in Afghanistan : E-Learning Programs for Catheterization and Enema.
    (35) 98-101 Mar. 2009
  • 5 - 6 Year-old Children’s Knowledge of Their Body
     13(1) 1-7 Mar. 2009
    The gorl of this research project’s aim is to have people have knowledge of the body and take initiative in their own healthcare. According to our preceding research, the best time to educate about the body is just before school age, at about 5 - 6year-old. So we are developing teaching materials, in order to help children’s understanding about the body.This paper is a research report about how much 5 - 6year-old children know about the body.In order to develop suitable educational materials, we asked parents to use a question guide to ascertain the child’s knowledge of the body. We obtained 28 responses (51.0 % response rate) 14 about boys and 14 about girls. The children were from 5 years, 0 months to 6 years, 3 months;the average age of both boys and girls was 5 years, 7 months.Our results showed that most children had some knowledge. All children could point to their body parts as they were named head, face, neck, abdomen, back, hip, leg, eye, nose, ear, mouth, and cheek. All children could name neck, abdomen, hip, eye, ear and cheek when the parents asked by pointing out the parts on the child’s body. More than 90 % of the
  • The Effectiveness of CBPR in The Process of “Knowing Our Body” Project ―Focusing on The Coalition of People―
     13(2) 45-52 Jul. 2009
    The educational program for children has been developed in order to foster people to be active for their ownhealth. This project was one of St. Luke’s College of Nursing 21st Century COE Program for last 5 years. Thiswhole program aimed to the People-Centered Care. We discussed our process of developing and implementingthe educational program through the Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) methods focusing on thecoalition that shows how people get together to the common concerns. Our project had started with the core groupof faculties in the nursing college, and expanded to community people through the network. On this expandingprocess, the project could get the regular meetings, the meeting records, the mailing list, and the financial support.This organized project could have contacts with the local communities, several kindergartens, and community people.At the same time several small groups had been organized in our project to implement our program in severalcommunities, and to evaluate the program. The project members shared each role and got responsibility. Thebalance of empowerment and competence between each community and us had moved from the imb
  • Evaluation and Improvement of a Web-based Learning Support Program for Nursing Student Health Volunteers and Development of a Subject used Service-Learning
     13(2) 53-62 Jul. 2009
     Purpose of this study was to provide evaluation data for the improvement of a web-based learning support programfor nursing student health volunteers collaboratively developed with students that began January 2007. Based onfindings of evaluation, we designed a subject used service-learning. Evaluation methods included: student logs,interview feedback from students who did or did not use the student site, and faculty researchers’ evaluation asthe support staff for this web-based learning support program. The study was approved by the Institution ReviewBoard at St Luke's College of Nursing (No.07-035). Participants were recruited based on their informed consent andassurance of confidentiality. Findings revealed that nine students logged 30 reports. Logs described their activities, thinking, learning, andfuture plans. The PC web-site was unfamiliar to them compared to their mobile e-mail. In addition, they felt noobligation to log their volunteer activities. Most faculty-researchers indicated a low commitment to supportingstudent volunteers because of their lack of knowledge and expertise in using the educational web-based learning andthey recognized they need to
  • Stakeholders' perception of the deisred Master's program for Kenya in community health nursing:Areas of competency
    Kazuko NARUSE, Junko TASHIRO, Yumi SAKYO, Wakako ICHIKAWA, and Anna KARANI
    Japan Journal of Nursing Science 5(1) 61-67 Jun. 2008
  • Development of a health education program for five-year-olds : “Let's learn about our body!“ -The process of research aiming to promote people-centered care.
    (32) 51-58 Mar. 2006
    This paper describes how the process of research conceived by healthcare experts, “Knowledge of the body is necessary for people to take initiative in their own healthcare,“ has been developed into collaborative research with community people. In order to disseminate knowledge of the body into the community to attain fundamental awareness of it, children were strategically targeted since they will be the leaders of the next generation. As a result of group interviews with 15 school nurses and a pilot study on health education for children, five-year-old preschool children were chosen as the target age group introducing a learning program on the human body. The learning program for five-year-olds, which consists of eight sections, was drafted and educational materials were developed. In the process of developing the educational materials, community members surrounding five-yearolds made contributions to the research group, and the expert-led research has eventually evolved into collaborative research with the community. Further development of educational materials, and implementation and evaluation of the learning program will be conducted in collaboration with
  • A report from the International workshop about the study findings: 'Design of educational programs for Japanese nurse whose mission is to transfer nursing knowledge in developing countries'.
    (31) 17-25 Mar. 2005
  • Educational programs of international health and nursing in United Kingdom and Japan:A survery report.
    (31) 56-61 Mar. 2005
  • Service learning as a nursing education : Research article review.
    (30) 31-38 Mar. 2004
    After centuries of cultural stability Japan is now experiencing complex societal changes. As a result,health, education, and other areas in Japan are being reformed to address the changes in our society.Nursing and nursing education in Japan is facing reform along with the rest of the country.Health problems of our aging society in Japan are increasing and new health problems are emerging.Nursing shares in the responsibility for addressing societal health needs. We, nursing educators,should develop educational programs of social value and with social responsibility that are sensitiveto our community partners. The aim of this review was to explore new directions for nursing educationin Japan based on a review of studies focused on the development of service learning programs innursing. Twenty-three articles meeting the inclusion criteria were retrieved from IGAKU-CHUQ-ZASSHI,Magazine-Plus in Japan, Pubmed, and CINAHL. No Japanese articles were found. In the United Statesreports describe service learning programs for undergraduate, master's, and doctoral students. Thefocus programs were diverse and included: tuberculosis, maternal and child health, diabetes m
  • Evaluation of a Health Education Program for Five-year-olds “Let's Learn about Our Body: Digestive System“.
    (33) 48-54 Mar. 2007
  • Concept and Implementation of Service Learning at the Two Universities in the United States - Report of Observation Survey and a Workshop of University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire and University of Washington -
    (33) 68-73 Mar. 2007
  • Starting a Master Course and Consistent Development of Bacalaureate Course in “International Nursing“ at St.Luke's College of Nursing.
    (33) 111-115 Mar. 2007
  • Review of studies on determinants of health promot
    (26) 44-49
    The health status of Japanese women is not necessarily good, although they live longer than men and their mortality rate is the lowest in the world.Women perceived their health as inferior to that of men.Large number of women complain about illness symptoms such as shoulder stiffness, back pain, and abdominal pain and are going to clinics and hospitals for treatment.These illness symptoms are closely related to lifestyle.This global tendency toward lower health status for women starts in childhood.It has been stated that healthy lifestyle is learned early in life, and consolidated in adolescence(Perry et al., 1985).Women, especially adolescent women need to consolidate healthy lifestyle and control over their health to promote their health.To support a degree of adolescent women, it is important to determine the mechanisms of their health promoting behaviors.Studies on determinants of health promoting behaviors of adolescent women were reviewed.Studies reported that health concerns, internality, perceived health, conventionality, socioeconomic, factors, family and peer, career perceptions, and gender role as leading determinants.A conceputual model for
  • Process and Evaluation of the First Year Web-based Service Learning Course
    (37) 25-30 Mar. 2011
    This article describes our first year's educational activity of a new course:“Integrated learning-Ⅲ:Science for Daily Living“, using web-based service-learningthat commenced April 2009 for freshmen and sophomore students. It was developed throughaction research in 2002. The course aims were:(1)introduce freshmen to basicunderstanding of volunteering in health and community; (2)supportlearning through volunteer activity experiences ; and (3) strengthen awareness of social responsibility as a communiity member. While 34 students registered, only 18(53%)completed this course. The steps of learning included : e-learning on health volunteersand sending learning-logs ; participating in volunteers activities; sending a dailylog about volunteer activities and meeting with faculty. The total of 130student-outcome daily logs were submitted. Students' evaluated their satisfactionof this subject on average as 8.5 point with 10-point scale(1 lowest, 10 highest).Students evaluated the subject using 4-point Likert scale (4,highest).The highly items evaluated were: obtained “new perspectives“ (M=3.92),and “learning motivation“ (M=3.92). The items evaluated poorly were:“
  • Developing Recruitment System of Global Health Nursing and Midwifery Experts: Developing a Career Pass Model for Global Health Nursing and Midwifery Experts - Report of Workshop -
    (37) 10-14 Mar. 2011
    A workshop was held as part of a research project titled the Developing recruitmentsystem of global health nursing and midwifery experts : Developing a career pass modelfor global health nursing and midwifery experts- that is supported by the Grant of National Center for Global Health and Medicine.The aim of this research project is to have nurses with experience overseas returnto Japan and help develop a career path model for international nurses and midwivesto improve the current difficulties in continuing a career in international nursing.Professors teaching international nursing in Japanese graduate schools report thatit is difficult to continue a real career in cooperation activities after completing one's master's degree program; and compared with people from other developednations it is hard for Japanese nurses and midwives to register with international organizations. From the experience of those present who are active bothdomestically and overseas,all agreed with the observation that the ways of pursuinginternational nursing and midwife careers in Japan are varied; what is desperatelyneeded is the formation of a career path for people who were involved in cooperationac
  • 総説:Concept analysis of reflection in nursing professional development
    Yoko SHIMPUKU, Kazuko NARUSE, Mafutuhah, and Miwako MATSUTANI
    Japan Journal of Nursing Science 1-10 May 2012
  • Development of Healthy lifestyle Index for Senior High School and College Students
    Japanease Journal of School Health vol.43 Supplement, 88-89 2002
  • Exploring Health Promoting Lifestyle Behaviors of Japanese College Women. Perceptions, Practices and Issues
    Health Care for Women International 23, 59-70 2002
  • Sanario : Long-term Care for the Elduty
    Journal of Nursing Sahoarship,IMAGE 31(2) 133-134 1999
  • Health Promoting Lifestyle Behaviors of Senior-High School Women : Qualitative Exploratory Research
    Abstructs : Fourty-fifth Research Conference Japanese Association of School Health 242-243 1998
  • Health Related Behaviors of Japanese College Women
    Third International Nursing Research Conference : Japan Academy of Nursing Science 246 1998

Research Grants & Projects

  • Design and Evaluation of Social Participatory Curriculum in Urban Community Using Service Learning in Nursing
    :Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
    Project Year: 2005 - 2007  
  • Strengthen Community Nursing in Developing Countries: Development of Master Program for Community Nursing in Kenya Development of Human Resource Development in Communitiy Nursing in Afganistan
    :International Collaboration
    Project Year: 2005 - 2007  

Educational Activities

Teaching Experience

  • Global Health Nursing, Seprical LectureI, II, Seminar I, II (St. Luke's College of Nursing Graduate Program (Master & Doctoral Course))
  • Nursing Research I, II  (St. Luke's College fo Nursing, Graduate Program (Master Course))
  • Nursing Theory (St. Luke's College of Nursing, Graduate Program (Master Course))
  • Theoretical Nursing (St. Luke's College of Nursing, Graduate Program (Doctoral Course))

Social Contribution

Social Contribution

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