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Principles

Kuninori Takagi, M.D., Ph.D.
Chairman

Kuninori Takagi, M.D., Ph.D. Chairman

The Three Fundamental Principles of IUHW

1University focused on well-balanced individuals with a solid sense of humanity
2 University strongly connected to and fully open to the community
3University directed towards the attainment of global standard

The Seven Educational Principles of IUHW

1Personality Development
2Expertise
3Inter-discipline
4Information Science and Technology
5Internationality
6Freedom of Thought
7Innovative University Managemant

History of IUHW

1995 April Foundation of the International University of Health and Welfare
Establishment of the School of Health
1997 March Opening of Speech-Language and Hearing Center
  April Establishment of the School of Health and Welfare
  May Opening of IUHW Clinic
1998 April Opening of TAO (Telecommunications Advancement Organization)
Nasu Distance Rehabilitation Research Center
  October Establishment of the International Research Institute of Health
and Welfare
1999 April Establishment of the Master’s Program in Health Sciences
2000 April Opening of the IUHW Rehabilitation Center
2001 April Establishment of the Doctoral Program in Health Sciences and
the Master’s Program in Health and Welfare, and Health Service
Management
  April Establishment of Satellite Campuses for Graduate School
2002 April Establishment of Orthoptics and Visual Sciences in the School of
Health, and a new course for Care Workers in the Department of Health
and Social Services
  July Opening of the IUHW Attached Atami Hospital
2005 March Opening of the IUHW Attached Mita Hospital
  April Establishment of the School of Pharmacy at Ohtawara Campus and the
School of Rehabilitation Sciences at Okawa Campus in Fukuoka Prefecture
2006 April Establishment of the School of Health Sciences at Odawara Campus in Kanagawa Prefecture
2007 February From IUHW Attached Hospital to IUHW Hospital
From IUHW Attached Care Facility for the Elderly to Care Facility for
the Elderly “Maronie-en”
From IUHW Attached Nishinasuno General Home Care Center to
Nishinasuno General Home Care Center
  February From IUHW Attached Atami Hospital to IUHW Atami Hospital
From IUHW Attached Mita Hospital to IUHW Mita Hospital
  April From the School of Health to the School of Health Sciences
From the School of Rehabilitation Sciences to the School
of Rehabilitation Sciences at Fukuoka
  April Establishment of the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences
in the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at Fukuoka
  April Establishment of the Master’s Program in Clinical Psychology
2009 April Establishment of the School of Nursing at Fukuoka
(Fukuoka City in Fukuoka Prefecture)
  April Unification of the two departments in the School of Health and Welfare
into one new Department of Social Services and Healthcare Management
  April Establishment of the Master’s Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences
and in Biosis-pharmacy
  April Opening of the IUHW Shioya Hospital
  September Establishment of the Advanced Education and Research Center
for Kampo Medicine
2010 February 20th Anniversary of the Care Facility for the Elderly “Maronie-en”
  April Opening of the Short-term Care Facility
for the Emotionally-disturbed Children
“Nasu Kodomono-ie”
2011 January Opening of the IUHW Nasu Seminar House
2012 February Opening of the IUHW Radiation Disaster Control Research Center
  April Establishment of the Doctoral Program in Medical and Biopharmaceutical Science in the Graduate School of Pharmacy
  August Opening of the Yufuin Seminar House and Amiti Yufu-kogen (Yufu City, Oita)
2013 April From the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at Fukuoka to the School of Health Sciences at Fukuoka
Establishment of the Department of Medical Technology and Sciences in the School of Health Sciences at Fukuoka
  April Relocation of the School of Nursing at Fukuoka to Seaside Momochi area in Sawara, Fukuoka City
  April Opening of the Program in Integrated Care for Advanced Cancer Treatment (Nurse, Clinical Radiologist, Pharmacist) at the graduate school based on the "Plan for Strengthening the Foundation of the Development of Cancer Professionals" of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan
2015 June Opening of Japanese Language Program
2016 April Establishment of School of Nursing at Narita and School of Health Sciences at Narita