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臺北醫學大學 全球衛生暨發展碩士學位學程 Master Program in Global Health and Development Taipei Medical University 臺北醫學大學 全球衛生暨發展碩士學位學程 1 Orientation 09.16.2013.

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Presentation on theme: "臺北醫學大學 全球衛生暨發展碩士學位學程 Master Program in Global Health and Development Taipei Medical University 臺北醫學大學 全球衛生暨發展碩士學位學程 1 Orientation 09.16.2013."— Presentation transcript:

1 臺北醫學大學 全球衛生暨發展碩士學位學程 Master Program in Global Health and Development Taipei Medical University 臺北醫學大學 全球衛生暨發展碩士學位學程 1 Orientation

2 2 Dr. Chien-Yeh Hsu Graduate Institute of Biomedical Informatics College of Medical Science and Technology Dr. Chia-Kwung Fan Department of Parasitology School of Medicine Dr. Chao-Hsiun Tang School of Health Care Administration College of Public Health and Nutrition Dr. Hang Chang Graduate Institute of Injury Prevention and Control College of Public Health and Nutrition Adjunct Professor

3 About the Program 3 ◆ Establishment Student recruitment began in the the first semester of 2011 academic year Enrollment openings: 10~15 students per year

4 4 Strengthen global competitiveness of the students Courses taught in English exclusively 3 full-time faculty members (including 1 international faculty), 5 Adjunct Professors, 13 supporting faculty members from 5 schools/graduate institutes, and 7 Visiting Professors from Japan, Suriname, and USA Recruit faculty members with multidisciplinary training Concentrate on both theory and practice Hold international seminars and workshops regularly Visit domestic and international institutions/organizations Establish the joint and dual degree with MBA program at the University of Findlay (USA) Program Features

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6 Previously Enrolled Students 6 Student2011 academic year 2012 academic year Domestic20 International34 Total54 Current students from India, Jordan, Kenya, Mongolia

7 Faculty Members 7 Full-time Faculty NameBackground Betty (Ya-Wen) ChiuHealth Policy Jean (Feng-Jen) TsaiLaw and Public Health Bruno A WaltherEnvironmental Sciences Adjunct Professor Jane CJ Chao (Director)Nutrition and Health Hang ChangDisaster and Emergency Medicine Chao-Hsiun Tang Economic Evaluation Chia-Kwung FanParasitology and Tropical Medicine Chien-Yeh HsuBiomedical Informatics

8 Faculty Members 8 Faculty NameBackground/Institution (country) Part-time Faculty Tzay-Jinn ChenMedicine and Public Health/TMU-Wan Fang Hospital Visiting Professor Ferdinand Siem TjamMedicine and Public Health/Suriname Ted ChenInternational Health/Tulane University, USA Carl KendallHealth Monitoring and Evaluation/Tulane University, USA Richard OberhelmanInternational Pediatrics/Tulane University, USA Yujiro HandaInternational Oral Medicine/Health Science University of Hokkaido, Japan Hiko TamashiroGlobal Health and Epidemiology/ Hokkaido University, Japan Chunhuei ChiHealth System Finance/Oregon State University, USA Supporting FacultySchool of Health Care Administration, School of Public Health, School of Nutrition and Health Sciences, Graduate Institute of Injury Prevention and Control, Graduate Institute of Humanities in Medicine

9 Requirements for Master Degree  8 20 credits from required core courses including master thesis (6 credits), and 10 credits (  8 from the program) from elective courses. 30 Students must complete at least 30 credits to be awarded the MS degree. Graduate students must choose their (co-)advisor (program full-time faculty members including Adjunct Professors) by the end of June in year one and turn in the “Thesis Advisor Agreement”. 9

10 Core Competencies 10 Professional knowledge in global health International perspective leadership abilities Critical thinking and systems integration research abilities Social responsibilities and the humanities Educational Goals To cultivate students integrated professional knowledge of global health with the leadership ability to understand, analyze, and solve global health issues

11 11 Epidemiology and Biostatistics Prevention and Disaster Medicine Health Policy and Management Nutrition and Health Global Health and Development Law and Economics Information and Technology Sociology and Humanity Health Care Administration Basic Medicine Public Health and Nutrition Learning Fields

12 Curriculum 12 Theoretical and practical courses Add and drop course period: Sep. 16~ Sep. 25, 2013

13 Courses in the 1st Semester 13 course titlecredits semester Required/ Elective instructor(s) Fundamentals of global health 21stRDr. Jean Tsai Applied statistics21stRDr. Yi-Hua Chen Research methods for social and behavioral sciences 21stR Dr. Bruno Walther Dr. Ya-Wen Chiu Seminar in global health and development 11stR Dr. Ya-Wen Chiu Dr. Bruno Walther Dr. Jean Tsai Global environmental health science & development 21stEDr. Bruno Walther Issues in international public health 21stEDr. Ferdinand Sien Tjam Quality management in international public health 21stEDr. Ferdinand Sien Tjam Medical diplomacy for global public health 21stEDr. Hang Chang

14 Courses in the 2nd Semester 14 course titlecreditssemester Required/ Elective instructor(s) Community health and primary care 2 2nd R Dr. Chung-Fu Lan Dr. Tzay-Jinn Chen Applied epidemiology22ndRDr. Fang-I Hsieh Seminar in global health and development 1 2nd R Dr. Ya-Wen Chiu Dr. Jean Tsai Dr. Bruno Walther Organization and management of global health 2 2nd E Dr. Ferdinand Sien Tjam Dr. Ya-Wen Chiu Management of health service organizations 2 2nd EDr. Yi-Hsin Hsu International Law and Health 22ndE Dr. Jean Tsai Evolutionary and ecological medicine 22ndE Dr. Bruno Walther Injury epidemiology22ndEDr. Mau-Roung Lin System thinking for health system strengthening 22ndEDr. Sheu-Wen Chuang Resources in international public health 22ndEDr. Ferdinand Sien Tjam

15 Courses in the 3rd Semester 15 course titlecreditssemester Required/ Elective instructor(s) Seminar in global health and development 13rdR Dr. Ya-Wen Chiu Dr. Bruno Walther Dr. Jean Tsai Global trade & health topics23rdEDr. Jean Tsai Tropical diseases and research 23rdEDr. Chia-Kwung Fan Nutrition & health (I)23rdEDr. Shih-Yi Huang et al. Introduction to disaster medicine 23rdEDr. Hang Chang Medical Informatics33rdEDr. Chien-Yeh Hsu et al. Field study in global health23rdEDr. Jean Tsai

16 Courses in the 4th Semester 16 course titlecredits semester Required/ Elective instructor(s) Seminar in global health and development 1 4th R Dr. Bruno Walther Dr. Jean Tsai Master thesis6 4th RThesis advisors Health and international politics 24thEDr. Peter Chang Community nutrition24thEDr. Yi-wen Chien Economic evaluation24thEDr. Chao-Hsiun Tang Nutrition & health (II)24thEDr. Yue-Hwa Chen et al.

17 Curriculum Design Core Courses Fundamentals of global health (1), Applied statistics (1), Applied epidemiology (1), Research methods for social and behavioral sciences (1), Community health and primary care (1), Seminar in global health and development (1,2), Master thesis (2) Epidemiology and Biostatistics Global environmental health science and development (1), Organization and management of global health (1), Medical anthropology(1), Issues in international public health (1), Evolutionary and ecological medicine (1), Resources in international public health (1), System thinking for health system strengthening (1), Injury epidemiology (1), Global trade and health topics (2), Tropical diseases research (2), Nutrition & health (I,II)(2), Medical informatics (2), Health & international politics (2), Field study in global health (2) Health Policy and Management Management of health service organizations (1), Organization and management of global health (1), Medical anthropology (1), Issues in international public health(1), Quality Management in international public health (1), International law and health topics (1), Resources in international public health (1), System thinking-for health system strengthening (1), Economic evaluation in health care (2), Global trade and health topics (2), Introduction to disaster medicine (2), Medical informatics (2), Health & international politics (2), Economic evaluation (2), Field study in global health (2) Prevention and Disaster Medicine Global environmental health science and development (1), Management of health service organizations (1), Organization and management of global health (1), Medical anthropology (1), Issues in international public health (1), Quality management in international public health (1), Evolutionary and ecological medicine (1), International law and health topics (1), Resources in international public health (1), System thinking-for health system strengthening (1), Injury epidemiology (1), Economic evaluation in health care (2), Introduction to disaster medicine (2), Tropical diseases research (2), Health & international politics (2), Economic evaluation (2), Field study in global health (2) Nutrition and Health Management of health service organizations (1), Organization and management of global health (1), Medical anthropology (1), Issues in international public health (1), Quality management in international public health (1), Resources in international public health (1), System thinking-for health system strengthening (1), Global trade and health topics (2), Nutrition & health (I,II) (2), Health & international politics (2), Community nutrition (2), Field study in global health (2) The number in the parentheses is the year of the course offered. 17

18 Extracurricular Events 18 Workshops and seminars on relevant topics Visitations to health-related organizations locally and globally Short-term courses/practicum locally and globally Conducting field studies locally and globally

19 Seminars and Workshops 19 TopicSpeakerDateSatisfaction WHO’s Projects for Healthcare System Strengthening in Different Countries Vahé Kazandjian, PhD, MPH Nov. 4, /5.0 Critical Strategy for Field Assessment and Program Planning and Monitoring Evaluation Ted Chen, PhD, MPH Dec. 3-4, /5.0

20 20 TopicSpeakerDateSatisfaction Health Program Monitoring and Evaluation Carl Kendall, PhD, MPH March 10-11, /5.0 Maternal and Child Healthcare Seminar Dr. Zafrullah Chowdhury Dr. Daniel Lu Ms. Mayeesha Tseng March 27, /5.0

21 21 TopicSpeakerDateSatisfaction Presentations on Health Systems Strengthening Dr. Ferdinand Siem Tjam Dr. Tzay-Jinn Chen Ms. Munkh-Erdene Luvsan May 25, /5.0 Global Economics Aspects of Tobacco Control Dr. Hana Ross Dr. Obijiofor Aginam October 25, /5.0

22 22 TopicSpeakerDateSatisfaction Global Health Policy Workshop Dr. Vincent Rollet Dr. Mathuros Tipayamongkholgul Dr. Ya-wen Chiu November 26, /5.0 Project Cycle Management: An Exercise on Participatory Project Planning Professor Yujiro Handa December 8, /5.0 Participatory Management Framework For Government Sector Hospital and Health Center Workshop Professor Yujiro Handa March 19, /5.0

23 23 TopicSpeaker and Date Participant Numbers Satisfaction Project Evaluation & Health issues in traditional custom and culture Professor Yujiro HandaMay 21, /5.0 Critical Strategy for Field Assessment and Program Planning and Monitoring Evaluation Workshop Dr. Ted Chen June 4, /5.0

24 Visit of Organizations 24 DestinationDate Centers for Disease Control 11/29/2011 Danshui Public Health Center 11/29/2011 Department of Health 5/16/2012 New Taipei City Hospital 5/23/2012

25 25 DestinationDate Kungliao Public Health Center11/27/2012 Nantou Public Health Center (program & School of Health Care Administration) 12/03/2012 Taoyuan Public Health Center (program & School of Health Care Administration)3/20/2013 Taoyuan Min-Sheng Hospital 7/16/2013

26 Dual Degree with UF 26 Dual degree program established with University of Findlay’s MBA Program in Findlay, Ohio

27 University of Southern California 27 TMU visits USC: June 20-29, 2012; June 13-18, 2013 USC visits TMU: July 9-21, 2012; July 8-17, 2013

28 Career Opportunities 28 Global health practitioners within international governmental organizations (IGO), international non-governmental organizations (INGO), and international health and development agencies Health policy decision makers, researchers, or managers within the health care system worldwide Academic professionals in the university or academic institute worldwide

29 Announcement  Workshop: Speaker: Dr. Yujiro Handa, Health Science University of Hokkaido Time/Date: 9:00 am-4:00 pm, September 25 (Wednesday), 2013 Location: Office of Student Affairs conference room Topic: Project Cycle Management: Simulative planning workshop to learn how to conduct "Participatory Planning Workshop“ 1 st year students are required to attend  TMU External Evaluation on-site visit: 5 committees from other universities Time/Date: 9:00 am-17:30 pm, October 18 (Friday), 2013 Location: program meeting room  Institutional Evaluation on-site visit: 4 committees from Higher Education Evaluation & Accreditation Council of Taiwan Time/Date: 10:00 am-17:30 pm, November 1 (Friday), 2013 Location: program meeting room 29

30 30 L eading program E lite professionals G lobal impact E ducational leadership N ational unique D evoted services

31 31 Master Program in Global Health College of Public Health and Nutrition Faculty Members

32 32 Research Highlights Global health Trade and public health law Impact of aging on health policy Global biodiversity monitoring and indicators Health care quality, international health development Community health planning and evaluation

33 33 PUBLICATIONS HIGHLIGHTS Tsai, Y-H, Wang, T-W, Wei, H-J*, Hsu, C-Y, Ho, H-J, Chen, W-H, Young, R, Liaw, C-M, and Chao, JC-J* Dietary intake, glucose metabolism and sex hormones in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) compared with women with non-PCOS-related infertility. Br J Nutr 2012;10: 1-9. Lo, Y-T, Tsai, Y-H, Wu, S-J, Chen, J-R, and Chao, JC-J*. Ginsenoside Rb1 inhibits cell activation and liver fibrosis in rat hepatic stellate cells. J Med Food 2011;14: Wu, P-S, Wu, S-J, Tsai, Y-H, Lin, Y-H, and Chao, JC-J*. Hot water extracted Lycium barbarum and Rehmannia glutinosa inhibit liver inflammation and fibrosis in rats. Am J Chin Med 2011;39: Hsu, C-Y, Huang, L-C, Chen,TM, Chen, LF, and Chao, JC-J*. A web-based decision support system for dietary analysis and recommendations. Telemed E Health 2011;17: Wu, S-J, Tam, K-W, Tsai, Y-H, Chang, C-C, and Chao, JC-J*. Curcumin and saikosaponin a inhibit chemical- induced liver inflammation and fibrosis in rats. Am J Chin Med 2010;38: PRESENT APPOINTMENTS Professor, School of Nutrition and Health Sciences, TMU Director, Master Program in Global Health and Development, TMU Jane C-J Chao Professor, PhD PROJECTS Investigation the feasibility of promotion of international health based on the experiences of the health care system in Taiwan. DOH, Effects of new si wu beverage on iron-deficient anemia in women. Standard Foods Corporation, Effect of cooking oil on blood lipids. AGV Products Corporation, Effect of fish oil on alcoholic liver disease from the aspect of pathogenic mechanisms. NSC, Effects of ginkgolide and bilobalide on tumorigenesis and angiogenesis of hepatocellular carcinoma. NSC,

34 34 PUBLICATIONS HIGHLIGHTS – Chiu YW*, Weng YH, Chen CF, Yang CY, Lee ML. Perceptions and efficiency of short- term medical aid missions among key groups of health professionals. Evaluation & the Health Professions Oct 10. [Epub ahead of print] – Chiu YW*, Weng YH, Chen CF, Yang CY, Chiou HY, Lee ML. A comparative study of Taiwan’s short-term medical missions to the South Pacific Islands and Central America. BMC International Health and Human Rights 12(1):37, 2012 – Chiu YW*, Weng YH, Wahlqvist M, Yang CY, Kuo KN. Do registered dietitians search evidence-based information? A nationwide survey of the regional hospitals in Taiwan. Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition 21(4): , 2012 – Weng YH, Hsu CC, Shih YH, Lo HL, Chiu YW*, Kuo KN. Dissemination of systematic reviews in a hospital setting: a comparative survey for spreading use of the Cochrane Library. Postgraduate Medical Journal 88(1043): , 2012 PRESENT APPOINTMENTS Associate Professor, Master Program in Global Health and Development, TMU Counselor, Taiwan Health Corps Supervisor, Taiwan Evidence-Based Medicine Association Ya-Wen Chiu Associate Professor, PhD, MEM PROJECTS Establishing an Academic Network for Cooperation on the International Health Policy (NHRI, ) Establishing Evidence-Based Medicine R&D Center and East-Asian Cochrane Network (NHRI, ) The comparison of international health aid system and policies (NHRI, ) Climate Change and Health Policy (NHRI, ) 34

35 35 PUBLICATIONS HIGHLIGHTS Tsai FJ, Progress and Challenges on Protocol of Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products. Health Diplomacy Monitor Vol 3: issue7 Dec, 2012 蔡奉真,全球衛生治理中之專家決策與透明度問題,中央研究院法律學研究所專書, 2012,5 月,1-48 頁。 (in Chinese) Tsai FJ, Chan CC, Gender Difference in Occupational Stress and Health Functioning among Legal Professionals in Taiwan. Taiwan J Public Health. 2011;30(5): Tsai FJ, Motamed S, Elia N, Rougemont A, Evolution in intergenerational exchanges between elderly people and their grandchildren in Taiwan; data from a multiple round cross-sectional study from 1993 to BMC Public Health 2011 doi: / Tsai FJ, Chan CC, The impact of financial crisis on psychological work stress and Burnout among financial workers and lawyers. IAOEH 2011;84(4): PRESENT APPOINTMENTS Assistant Professor, Master Program in Global Health and Development, TMU Jean F-J Tsai Assistant Professor, PhD PROJECTS Development and possible issues of ' Pandemic influenza preparedness Framework -- for the sharing of influenza viruses and access to vaccines and other benefits. NSC, Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of the Research, Development, and Application of Vaccine. NSC, Evolution in intergenerational exchanges and elders’ health and policy: comparison between Taiwan and the globe. TMU, International trade and public health regulations. DOH, Framework Convention of Tobacco Control. DOH, The ethical, legal, and social impact (ELSI) Office Program for NRPB. NSC,

36 36 Bruno A. Walther Assistant Professor, PhD PRESENT APPOINTMENTS Assistant Professor, Master Program in Global Health and Development, TMU PROJECTS Incorporating multiple criteria into the selection of priority conservation areas using Taiwan’s birds to achieve effective multispecies conservation planning, NSC, A database of Western Palearctic birds migrating within Africa to guide conservation decisions. Various funding sources, Modelling the evolution of virulence in pathogens. Taipei Medical University, PUBLICATIONS HIGHLIGHTS Walther BA, Taylor PB, Schäffer N, Robinson S, Jiguet F The African wintering distribution of the corncrake Crex crex. Bird Conservation International (in press). Wu T-Y, Lee P-F, Lin R-S, Wu J-L, Walther BA Modeling the distribution of rare or cryptic bird species of Taiwan. Taiwania 57: Walther BA, Larigauderie A, Loreau M DIVERSITAS: Biodiversity science integrating research and policy for human well-being. Pp in Brauch HG et al. (Eds). Coping with global environmental change, disasters and security - threats, challenges, vulnerabilities and risks. Springer- Verlag, Berlin. Walther BA, Ewald PW Pathogen survival in the external environment and the evolution of virulence. Biological Reviews 79: Scholes RJ, Mace GM, Turner W, Geller GN, Jürgens N, Larigauderie A, Muchoney D, Walther BA, Mooney HA Toward a global biodiversity observing system. Science 321:

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