The mission of this division is to maintain and promote the mental and physical health of students, staff, and faculty members, making use of our expertise in the field of medicine. The counseling services provided by our doctors are determined by their fields of specialism as outlined below.
We provide the following services for students, staff, and faculty members.
If you become physically or mentally unwell while on campus, then you can seek a consultation/treatment from a doctor (internal medicine physician or psychiatrist) in one of our infirmaries.
Regular medical check-ups for students are offered on
each campus every year. Please ensure that you use this
system to check your health. Those who have undergone a
regular medical check-up for students can obtain a
medical examination certificate (free of charge).
>Regular medical check-up for students
We conduct a wide range of activities to improve and
maintain the health of staff and faculty members working
at the university and seek to improve and maintain
workplace environments of the university.
>Occupational safety and health activities (only for in-school members)
We report research achievements to each society, and we
mainly attend to societies, for example,
Japan University Health Association,
University Health Management Research Council of Kyushu District,
National Mental Health Study Group,
Japan Society of Health Promotion,
Japan Society of Occupational Health,
Japan Society of Public Health, and
Japanese Association of School Health.
We inform our research achievements that are relevant to health keeping and promotion on papers and books. Please check researcher information for details.>Check researcher information
1. Mental health lowering affair on medical intern in
Kyushu District Society H.26 of Japan Society of Occupational Health 6.20.2014
2. Confirmation and correspondence of universities to
student suicides and the outcome of research for
34th National University Mental Health Study Group 11.09.2012
3. Confirmation, survey on actual situation, and the
background of students using illegal drugs
Japan University Health Management Research Group, 50th, 10.17.2012
4. Precaution against smoking in Kyushu University,
which is named as ”Quitting Q program project”
Japan University Health Management Research Group, 49th,11.09.2011
This division aims to (1) create an environment in which students, staff, and faculty members can actively strive to maintain and improve their health and to (2) build systems that can support school health from an international perspective, responding flexibly to the globalization of the university.
We introduce the overview of the program held in our infirmaries. Each program will be updated from time to time to “latest news.”
■“The Welcome Program” and “the Refresh Program”
We offer “the Welcome Program” and “the Refresh Program”, which are lifestyle improvement programs targeted at students and staff who have a tendency toward obesity. If you are interested, then please consult your nearest infirmary in CHC.
■Guidance on quitting smoking
We provide support to students and staff who wish to quit smoking. Should you wish to quit smoking, please contact any of your nearest infirmary in CHC.
The School Health and Safety Act specifies the infectious
diseases that schools (including universities) should
(PDF: The first to the third, period of suspension of attendance)
We promptly circulate the latest information concerning influenza and any other infectious diseases that could easily spread within the university.