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A Benchmarking Visit to Fulun Pharmacy Chain (福倫連鎖藥局) (2017.06.28)

Fulun Pharmacy Chain has 24 chain stores in Taichung City, Changhua County and Nantou County. Most of the chain stores are located in non-urban areas but earned good profits. The chain positions health products to older population and emphasizes human development of the chain stores. A benchmarking visit was organized by the Department of Health Services Administration CMU on 28 June 2017 and valuable lessons learned regarding strategic planning, business marketing and human resource management along the visit.

 

2017 College Commencement Ceremony (2017.06.04 )

The 2017 Commencement Ceremony of the College of Public Health was held on June 4. The ceremony began with two performance activities by current students, followed by well-wishing addresses from Dean Wen-Chen Tsai and Director Tsung-Hsueh Lu of the Department of Health, Taichung City. Dean Tsai reminded that learning does not end with graduation and also warned that life is full of unexpected and undesirable twists and turns and graduating students should be able to handle them. Director Tsung-Hsueh Lu encouraged our graduates to stay healthy, think in the way your bosses think, and should face the reality in the real world that you have to make a decision based on dichotomized choices, instead of on a set of ambivalent choices on a continuous scale. Furthermore, a wide range of innovative awards (such as the first line attender, best helper, best socialization) were granted to graduate students in recognition of their participation in the public affairs over these year at CMU.

 

CMU and AU International Exchange Program for Tulane Students (2017.05.26)

Professor David Seal, also Vice-Chair, and Doctoral Program Director of Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences at the Tulane University School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine, led the postgraduate students to China Medical University and Asian University to participate in the international student exchange program during 15-26 May 2017.  The program focuses on studies of public health and also covers a wide range of academic activities, such as site visits to an HPA office, an NHI office and hospitals, and social events to scenic spots.  The short program for international students may be one of its own kind in Taiwan. Our CMU students got to have industry visits and experiences of transnational culture, practice English speaking and listening, and make foreign friends.

 

An inspiring and insightful speech by Professor Masamine Jimba (2017.05.12)

Professor Masamine Jimba, President-Elect of the Asia Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health (APACPH), and Professor and Chair at The Department of Community and Global Health, Faculty of Graduate School of Medicine at the University of Tokyo, paid a visit to the College of Public Health on 12 May 2017. At the welcoming meeting, Professor Jimba briefed on the academic development of the University of Tokyo, which ranked at 34th in 2016 QS World University Rankings. Professor Jimba also met with CMU Chancellor, Chair Professor Wen-Hwa Lee for future collaboration. Afterward, Professor Jimba gave an inspiring and insightful speech “Global Community Health Development” and shared us very interesting fieldwork experience in Bangladesh.

 

Title: Industry Talks by Superintendent Hui-Ting Huang of Taiwan Adventist Hospital (臺安醫院黃暉庭院長) (2017.05.11)

Dr. Hui-Ting Huang, Superintendent of Taiwan Adventist Hospital and Chairman of Taiwan Society of Health Promoting Hospitals, was invited to give an insightful speech titled Re-orientation of health care services to become health promoting hospitals (HPHs) and the social responsibility of HPHs. Superintendent Huang shared an inspiring story regarding how a sinking Taiwan Adventist Hospital being brought the back to life through preventive medicine orientation and continuous innovation. Taiwan Adventist Hospital further highlights the important role of staff in the organizational success, committing itself to healthy workplace, and allocating 40% of surplus for employee rewards. Through this insightful speech, students came to know more about HPHs, strategic planning and innovation.

 

Industry Talks by Superintendent Jing-Din Lin of Spring Sunshine Center for Intellectual Development(春暉啟能中心林金定院長)(2017.5.4)

Superintendent Jing-Din Lin of the Spring Sunshine Center for Intellectual Development, adjunct Professor of School of Public Health of National Defense Medical University, was invited to give an insightful speech titled Opportunities and Challenge for Managing Disability Welfare Institutions. Superintendent Lin has been a champion for the disabled people for more than 20 years, systematically integrating health promotion and health management into the management of disability welfare institutions, and has published more than 100 papers related to the disabled people. After retiring from the National Defense Medical University in 2015, he has fully committed himself to the Spring Sunshine Center for Intellectual Development and relentlessly made efforts to address the needs of the disable people. Through this insightful and touching speech, students came to know more about the disabled people, and the development and management of disability welfare institutions.

 

A joint benchmarking visit to Taiwan Adventist Hospital NEWSTART Lifestyle Program (臺安醫院新起點生活型態健康管理)(2017.4.28)

Lifestyle accounted for 50% of all diseases.  As sound health management is gaining more attention, Taiwan Adventist Hospital’s NEWSTART Lifestyle Program became well known in Taiwan. The program is located at Sanyu Health Education Center (三育健康教育中心)in Yuchih Township, Nantou County, amid beautiful scenery yet in the rural area.  A joint benchmarking visit was organized on 28 April 2017 for the three master courses of healthcare strategic planning, healthcare marketing and human resource management. Lessons learned and experiences shared along the trip.

 

Industry Talks by Director Tsung-Hsueh Lu of the Department of Health, Taichung City (臺中市衛生局呂宗學局長)(2017.4.20)

We had the privilege inviting Director Tsung-Hsueh Lu to give an insightful speech on 'Health Management for Taichung Citizens through 5R3E1I' on April 20, 2017. Director Lu highlighted the function of information (1I) to fill the gaps of on-going services so as to ensure that right patients receive the right services at the right time and the right place through right care givers (5R) and ensure that the service package achieve the objectives of effectiveness, efficiency, and equity (3E). Through this inspiring speech, Director Lu shared his knowledge and expertise with our students in application of information and social networks in integrative health management.

 

Workshop III on Balanced Scorecard (BSC)(2017.2.15)

The Balance Scorecard is a strategic tool widely used in hospital planning and management.  Founding Chairman of the Taiwan Health Industry Balanced Scorecard Association, Jin-Tang Chen(陳進堂創會理事長), along with the experienced team members (Professor Chung-Jen Fu 傅鍾仁教授、Director Hui-Min Shieh謝惠敏主任、Secretary-General Chia-Chi Chen陳佳琪秘書長 and Director Ben-Xi Lin 林本奚主任, was invited to lead the workshop on Balanced Scorecard for students on the master program and the executive master program on 15 January 2017. On this workshop, students learned how to practice in implementing BSC.  Through group discussions, students learned how BSC could be used to assist hospital managers in making decisions.

 

An insightful speech by Deputy Mayor Doris Yi-Ying Lin of Taichung City (台中市林副市長依瑩)

Madam Doris Yi-Ying Lin, incumbent Deputy Mayor of Taichung City, former CEO of Hondao Foundation for Elderly Care, and the Top 10 Distinguished Youths of 2010, have been a champion and enthusiast in the enterprise of long-term care and elderly care. Madam Lin has orchestrated Go Grandriders !!! (不老騎士) which stimulated fresh and daring imagination of active aging. We had the privilege to invite Madam Lin to give an insightful speech on 'Strategic development of integrative care in Taichung City: whole persons, whole families, and whole communities' on 16 December 2016. Through the speech, CMU students and faculty were aspired to the state of the art in the development of aged friendly society.

   

 

An inspiring speech by Chair Professor Jong-Tsun Huang (黃榮村講座教授)(2016.12.15)

Chair Professor Jong-Tsun Huang, former Minister of Education, former President of CMU, distinguished scholar and poet, has been an influential figure in education and politics. Professor Huang is always passionate in public affairs and continues to make contributions to Taiwan. We had a great honor in inviting Professor Huang to give an inspiring speech on 'Needs, Structure, and Leadership: from the 921 Earthquake, and from MOE to CMU' on 15 December 2016. His passionate speech has aspired the CMU students and faculty to public affairs and noble leadership.

   

 

Workshop II on health services administration and planning(2016.12.11)

The dynamics of the environment in which the healthcare industry operates in Taiwan is ever-changing and all the more competitive. Health service mangers often need to make tough decisions in the face of challenges and uncertainties.  Therefore, project planning and writing abilities become essential. Mr. Chien-Chang Yang (楊建昌主任), Director of Department of Human Resource in Far Eastern Memorial Hospital, and Mrs. Chu-Ya Huang (黃琡雅秘書長), Secretary General of Taiwan College of Healthcare Executives, were invited to give practical workshop on health services administration and planning. Both speakers are seasoned and experienced in healthcare planning. Through this workshop, our guests shared their knowledge and expertise with our students in practical planning.

 

Workshop I on data visualization of health services administration by Professor Tsung-Hsueh Lu (呂宗學教授)(2016.11.27)

The current dynamics of the healthcare environment in Taiwan are changing rapidly and competitive. Health service mangers and practitioners often need to define problems, develop corresponding strategies and make decisions in this ever-changing and competitive arena. Better information skills become critical and data visualization could help to create better information presentation. Professor Tsung-Hsueh Lu (呂宗學教授), Director of Department of Public Health in National Cheng Kung University, was invited to give a hands-on workshop on data visualization of health services administration (HSA) using Tableau software for students on the master program and executive master program on 27 November 2016. Through this workshop, participators got familiar with the basic concept of data visualization and were able to make HSA-related visual representation using Tableau software.

 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR CHI-HSUAN LUNG (龍紀萱副教授) LED THE POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS TO VISIT TAICHUNG CITY GOVERNMENT LONG-TERM CARE MANAGEMENT CENTER (2016.10.18)

 

RESEARCH FELLOW, DEAKIN HEALTH ECONOMICS, DEAKIN UNIVERSITY Dr. SOPHY TING-FANG SHIH- HEALTH CONOMICS Of PREVENTION (2016.10.13)

 

Department Of Health Services Administration Welcome Party(2016.10.8-9)

 

CMU joins APACPH as a Member Institution (11 October 2016)

CMU joined the Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health (APACPH) as a Member Institution when 20 CMU faculty members and students attended the 48th APACPH Conference during 16 and 19 September 2016 at Teikyo University (帝京大學), Tokyo, Japan. On behalf of CMU, Professor Wen-Chen Tsai, Dean of College of Public Health, received the membership certificate from Professor Myongsei Sohn, President of APACPH. Dean Tsai was invited to attend the Deans Meeting to meet with Deans of Colleges of Public Health from around the world, delegates of member institutions of APACPH and briefly exchanged ideas and experiences with Dean Chia Kee Seng, Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National Singapore University. APACPH is an international non-profit organization comprising more than 85 universities / health-related organizations from more than 20 countries in the Asia-Pacific region and is committed to improving professional education for public health. The APACPH goals are to improve the quality of life and to achieve the highest level of health for citizens of the Asia-Pacific nations. In Taiwan, five universities (China Medical University, Kaohsiung Medical University, National Taiwan University, Taipei Medical University, Tzu-Chi University) and the Health Promotion Administration of the Ministry of Health and Welfare have joined APACPH as Member Institutions.

   

 

Congratulations to Mr. Chun-Ming Liao (廖俊明) for the APACPH Young Investigators’ special awards (11 October 2016)

Mr. Chun-Ming Liao (廖俊明) , a PhD candidate of Department of Public Health (Division of Health Services Administration), and an advisee of Professor Wen-Chen Tsai (蔡文正教授), was awarded with the APACPH Young Investigators’ special awards. Mr. Liao gave an oral presentation on 'Effects of Multidisciplinary Care on Utilisation of Emergency Care for Colorectal Cancer Patients: A Large Retrospective and Cohort Study' at the 48th APACPH conference, which had been held over 16-19 September 2016 at Teikyo University (帝京大學), Tokyo, Japan. Mr. Liao was awarded for his extraordinary academic accomplishments.

 

 

CMU International Exchange Program for CSU Students (11 July 2016)

Professor Tony Sinay, Chair of Department of Health Care Administration, California State University at Long Beach, led the postgraduate students to China Medical University to participate in the international student exchange program during 26 June and 9 July 2016. The program focuses on the studies of health service management and also offers a wide range of academic activities, including lectures on the health care system and management in Taiwan, and site visits to hospitals and one NHI office in the region. The students had a glimpse of the indigenous culture by taking part in demonstration sessions, such as Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture, and Tai-Chi; social events to scenic spots (such as the Mirror Glass Museum and the Sun-Moon Lake) were also included. The short program for international students offered by the CMU may be one of its own kind in Taiwan. In return, four students from the Department of Health Services Administration at CMU joined the 4-week exchange program to CSU Long Beach, beginning on 3 July 2016.

 

Signing an MOU with University of South Carolina (USC) (21 June 2016)

Professor Thomas Chandler, Dean of Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina (USC) and USC colleagues paid a visit to the CMU on 21 June 2016. Professor Liang-Yo Yang (Dean of the Office of International and Public Affairs) and Professor Wen-Chen Tsai (Dean of the College of Public Health) led the CMU team to welcome our distinguished guests and signed an MOU. This MOU encompasses the resident tuition rate, Graduate Dual Degrees (CMU doctoral degrees and USC master degrees, and CMU and USC master degrees, respectively), The Three-Plus-Two Program for CMU undergraduate public health students(CMU bachelor degrees in public health and USC master degrees), Non-for-Degree Enrollment for CMU PhD students and graduate students as exchange students, and Faculty Exchange Programs.

Signing an MOU with University of South Carolina (USC) Signing an MOU with University of South Carolina (USC) Signing an MOU with University of South Carolina (USC)

 

2016 College Commencement Ceremony (4 June 2016)

The 2016 Commencement Ceremony of the College of Public Health was held on June the Fourth. The ceremony began with two performance activities by current students, followed by well-wishing addresses from our Vice President Cheng-Chieh Lin, Dean Wen-Chen Tsai, former Health Minister Chih-Liang Young, and invited honorable guests.  Dean Tsai expressed that the CMU has made substantial progress over the past 10 years, CMU shall be an alma mater in which you and your family should take pride, and in the future, your achievements will make CMU further excel.  Furthermore, a wide range of innovative awards (such as the first line attender, best helper, best socialization) were granted to graduate students in recognition of their participation in the public affairs.

 

Industry Talks by Mr. Harry Li (李政修) and Mr. Rong-Lin Yang (楊榮林) (1-2 June 2016)

Mr. Harry Li, General Manager of MANAGIZER International Business Consulting Co., Ltd (汎奇國際管理顧問有限公司), was invited to give an insightful speech “Change for Learning to Change into Excellence” on 1 June 2016. Mr. Rong-Lin Yang, Director of Information Technology Office of China Medical University Hospital, was invited to give an inspiring speech “Next-Generation e-Hospital Services: a case of the China Medical University Hospital” on 2 June 2016. Through these special talks, CMU students and colleagues were aspired to the state of the art in the innovative development of quality management and e-Hospital Services.

 

CMU International Exchange Program for USC Students (27 May 2016)

Professor Mahmud Khan, Director of Department of Health Services Policy and Management at the University of South Carolina (USC), led the postgraduate students to China Medical University to participate in the international student exchange program during 16-25 May 2016.  The program focuses on studies of health service management and also covers a wide range of academic activities, such as site visits to hospitals and an NHI office, and social events to scenic spots.  The short program for international students may be one of its own kind in Taiwan. Professor Khan shared a good news that USC would offer Taiwanese students with the benefit of in-state tuition and warmly welcome people of Taiwan to enroll in the postgraduate or PhD programs in the USC.

 

An inspiring and insightful speech by Professor Wah-Yun Low (6 May 2016)

Professor Wah-Yun Low, Editor-in-Chief of the Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health, First Vice President of the Asia Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health (APACPH), and Head of Research Management Centre, Faculty of Medicine at the University of Malaya, paid a visit to the College of Public Health on 6 May 2016. At the welcoming meeting, Professor Wah-Yun Low presented the Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health, and briefed on the academic development of the University of Malaya, which ranked at 146th in 2015 QS World University Rankings. Afterward, Professor Low gave an inspiring and insightful speech “Achieving Global Excellence in Academic Publishing”. Professor Low invited the CMU faculty to submit high quality manuscripts to the Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health, and to attend the upcoming 48th APACPH conference in Tokyo.

 

Establishing a sister-school partnership with the University of Newcastle (26 April 2016)

Professor Caroline McMillen, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Newcastle (ranking at 256th in 2015 QS World University Rankings) paid a visit to Taiwan on 26 April 2016.  President Wen-Hwa Lee led the CMU team to Australian Office Taipei to establish a sister—school partnership by signing a memorandum of understanding for a strategic partnership with the University of Newcastle. President Wen-Hwa Lee looks forwards to further collaborations with the University of Newcastle in public health, medicine, nursing and population ageing.

 

A warm welcome to Professor Joseph Tak-fai Lau (13 April 2016)

Professor Joseph Tak-fai Lau, Associate Director of the Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care, Chinese University of Hong Kong, paid a visit to the College of Public Health on 13 April 2016.  In this good-will visit, Professor Lau discussed extensively with our faculty on issues of academic collaboration in general, and invited our faculty to participate in the Asian Network for Behavioral Health and related upcoming events.

 

 

Senior Specialist of Cardinal Tien Hospital 湯淑貞zita- My sharing of the Health Care experience from Hospital Strategic Planning to Financial Management.

   

 

Department Of Health Services Administration Welcome Party(2015.10.10-11)

 

General manager of Beijing IDM consulting firm 傅天明johnson-The experience of developing medical management in China(2015.10.01)

 

 

A Program of Community Partnership Research: Lessons Learned. Prof. David Seal (2015.05)

A visit from Tulane University’s Professor David Seal and his talk on community partnership research The DHSA is delighted to have Professor Seal with us during his brief visit to Taiwan. Today, he talks to us about “A Program of Community Partnership Research: Lessons Learned” during a special seminar in which he is not only joined by Tulane students but also by our very own CMU DHSA students and faculty.

 

Tulane University (2015.05)

Through their active engagement with international exchange students, our HSA students are able to gain valuable communication skills using primarily their second language like English. For some, they have even established friendships that span cross borders!

 

Tulane University (2014.05)

Every summer, international exchange students and faculty join ourdepartment and students on many extracurricular learning activities from visits to hospitals to local and national health authorities.