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The department of Family Health Care consists of three smaller sub-divisions:
Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing, Maternity Health Nursing and Child Care Nursing
Faculty in this sub-division focus on the maintenance and promotion of mental health through understanding the concepts of mental health and mental health problems.
Students learn clinical nursing skills to restore health to people with mental health problems. Research for the development of mental health interventions is also in progress.
Faculty in this sub-division focus on the maintenance of women's health from a physical, mental, social and cultural aspect, and on addressing problems arising at each stage of a woman’s life. The curriculum is composed of nursing care of women before marriage, during pregnancy,
during and after childbirth, as well as newborns and their families.
Faculty in thjis sub-division focus on the maintenance and promotion of children’s health as well as protection from and prevention of illnesses through understanding concepts of child care nursing and meeting the needs of the individual child as a member of his or her family. Students learn logical concepts and nursing skills in order to focus their care on the child's physical, mental, and distinctiveness in their social development.