The School of Nursing and Rehabilitation is one of the thirty academic schools in Shandong University. It was established in 1914 as the first bachelor nursing program in mainland China. It is a key institution to educate and nurture nursing professionals and experts for the country especially the Eastern China. According to the Best Chinese Subjects Rankings 2018 and China Discipline Ranking by the Chinese Ministry of Education, SDU is among the top-ranked nursing schools in Mainland China.
SDU Nursing and Rehabilitation offers programs at all levels, including baccalaureate, master and doctorate levels. It is also a research base for postdoctoral fellows. SDU Nursing and Rehabilitation attaches importance to nursing and rehabilitation research and has an excellent record of grants and publications. It also emphasizes international communication and collaboration, and develops close relationships with many international institutes, such as Karolinska Institute, Chinese University of Hong Kong, University of Texas at Tyler, and University of South Australia.
Inheriting the fine tradition of Qilu Culture, SDU Nursing and Rehabilitation is devoted to fostering nursing and rehabilitation talents with international vision, innovative thinking, high-skilled practical ability, and high sense of social responsibility, and to making more contributions to people’s wellbeing and health.