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Institue of Community Health Care

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Institute of Community Health Care

The Institute of Community Health Care was officially approved by the Ministry of Education in October 2014, and enrollment began in the 104th (2015) academic year.

Establishment Purpose

The Institute nurtures health promotion and case management professionals to promote the health of the Taiwan community as a whole.
We expect our graduates to have the following competencies:
  1. Resource Application
  2. Policy Analysis
  3. Community Empowerment
  4. Leadership and Advocacy
  5. Multicultural Care
  6. Cross-Disciplinary Teamwork
  7. Action-Oriented Health Programs
  8. Evidence-Based Practice and Research

Features and Attractions

  1. To cultivate leadership skills.
  2. To stimulate community dynamics, integrate community resources, and promote community development.
  3. To identify trends in environmental change and pursue personal and professional growth in nursing.
  4. To conduct research to improve the quality of care for individuals, families and communities.
  5. To emphasize the use of both practice and research to improve the quality of health care for community groups.
  6. To analyze and evaluate the existing nursing service model with the concept of holistic care and critical thinking.
  7. Integrate scientific theories, empirical research findings and health expertise to provide quality holistic and continuous group health care.

Development Direction

  1. To stimulate community dynamics, integrate community resources, foster community growth, and obtain an understanding of environmental change trends.
  2. Students are expected to receive certification as community planners, health managers, community health nurses, and public health practitioners upon graduation.
  3. Apply health promotion theories and nursing knowledge to promote the health of community groups, and implement the ideas of health autonomy and health responsibility in community health promotion, illness prevention, and health management.
  4. Utilize the nursing process to offer holistic and ongoing care of the highest quality that addresses the physical, mental, spiritual, social, and cultural needs of individuals, families, and communities.
  5. To facilitate students to pursue personal and professional development in nursing, apply research findings and engage in related research to enhance the quality of care for individuals, families, and communities, and participate in policy formulation.

 

Employment

Community health care practice, teaching, research, health administration, industry and non-profit organizations, etc. University graduates who are interested in community health are welcome to apply.

Qualifications for admission to our school

  1. Bachelor of Science in Nursing from universities or colleges in Taiwan and abroad.
  2. Bachelor's degree from universities or colleges, such as social work, elderly care, oral health, medical management, public health, sports health, nutrition, and others.


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Alumni News

School-level Distinguished Alumni
 Year Name Graduation department Position Excellent deeds
104 Chen Meibi Institute of Community Health Care Director of Nursing Department, Taipei Veterans General Hospital It is highly commended to work hard to support the backward.


School-level Distinguished Alumni
 Year Name Graduation department Position Excellent deeds
99 Jia Shuli Institute of Community Health Care Section Chief, Health Management Section, Health Bureau, New Taipei City Government 1. Give full play to the director's performance in promoting relevant health policy activities in New Taipei City.
2. Combining the industry-government-academia model to promote healthy cities to obtain WHO certification.
100 Chen Yingying Bachelor's degree Nursing Director and Infection Control Office Team Leader, Nursing Department, Taipei Veterans General Hospital He is currently working as the head nurse of the Nursing Department of Taipei Veterans General Hospital and the team leader of the Infection Control Office, as well as an adjunct assistant professor at the School of Nursing of National Yang Ming University.
100 Chen Meibi Institute of Community Health Care Director of Nursing Department, Taipei Veterans General Hospital It is highly commended to work hard to support the backward.
101 Hong Meizhen Institute of Community Health Care Vice President of Alison Medical Group Outstanding achievements in community health promotion, deeply recognized by the nursing community.
102 Chen Shuxian Institute of Community Health Care Director of Nursing Department of Keelung Chang Gung Hospital Actively promote the innovation and progress of hospital nursing administration business, and dabble in the promotion of community nursing-related projects, which are highly praised.
103 Yan Wanjuan Institute of Community Health Care Indigenous Peoples and Outlying Islands Technician, Department of Nursing and Health Care Long-term attention to community medical care for aboriginal people in remote villages, and is committed to the work of tribal health creation.
106 Lu Xiurong Institute of Community Health Care Chief of Comprehensive Planning Section, Taipei City Health Bureau Supervise the seven campuses of the Municipal United Hospital and the entrusted Wanfang and Kuandu hospitals, and supervise the construction of the International Tourism Medical and Health Care Center to ensure the provision of high-quality medical care services at affordable prices for citizens.
107 Yang Tingfen Institute of Community Health Care Director of Community Long-Term Care Department, Luodong St. Mary's Hospital Director of community integration of Hongdao Catholic House of Love in South Australia Assistant professor-level technical teacher of Notre Dame College of Healthcare Management 1. In 2017, promote long-term care 2.0 to undertake the 2A unit and the director of Nanao Catholic Hongdao Home of Love.
2. From 105 to 106, he served as the vice president of community medicine at Luodong St. Mary's Hospital.
3. From 102 to 104, he was the vice president of Nursing at Luodong St. Mary's Hospital.
4. From 100 to 102, he was the Director of the Human Resource Office and Consultant of the Nursing Department of Luodong St. Mary's Hospital, and the Executive Vice President of Jiaoxi Xinghe Hospital.
107 Hu Shuhua Institute of Community Health Care Team Leader, Beitou District Health Service Center, Taipei City Excellent nursing staff in 1994 (Taipei County Nurses Association). In 1994, the Natan typhoon disaster was praised by the township government for its enthusiastic rescue. Excellent employee in Shuangxi Township in 1995. Excellent employee in Shuangxi Township in 1996. In 1997, the Health Bureau commended senior nursing staff. In 101 years, the Health Bureau issued the Excellent Nursing Staff Award. 102 Nurse Nurses Association Commends Outstanding Nursing Staff Award. The second place in the 2016 Quality Improvement Award Program Service Excellence Award. The 2016 Quality Improvement Incentive Program won the fourth place in overall performance. The first place in the Quality Award of the 106 Quality Improvement Award Program. The second place in the Disease Control Award for Epidemic Prevention Mission in 2016. Beitou District Mili'an Sweet Club was awarded the National Health Department's high-quality diabetes support group. 2017 Healthy City and Senior Friendly Innovation Achievement Award.

Journal publication of student master's thesis
Weng Xueshan Weng SS, Lin CL, Tai CJ, Chien LY. (2017). Differences between Native and Immigrant Women in Taiwan in Factors Associated with Cesarean Section: A Prospective Observational Study. Women and Health, 2017 Nov-Dec 57(10): 1178-1192. doi: 10.1080/03630242.2016.1243606.
Liu Yijun Liu YC, Chen HH, Lee JF, Chu KH, Chien LY. (2017). Factors Associated with Drinking Behavior among Immigrant Women in Taiwan. Substance Use and Misuse, 52(5):674-682. doi: 10.1080/10826084.2016.1253745.
Su Xiangyuan Su SY, Chiou ST, Huang N, Huang CM, Chiang JH, Chien LY*. (2016). Association between Pap smear screening and job stress in Taiwanese nurses. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 20 (2016):119-124.

Student Awards
2018 of Nursing Master Class Student Clinical Practice Achievement Competition Chen Meijun silver medal Topic: Diabetes case management plan - taking Jilili, Beitou District as an example: smart sugar control to protect health, self-management has a magic formula
Chen Yanliang bronze medal Topic: Effect of PRECEDE-PROCEED Model on Regular Exercise Behavior of Community Elderly
Liao Yongxuan excellent work Topic: Health Promotion Practice in Jiqing Community, Beitou District, Taipei City - Tou Hao Zhuang Zhuang Dance Practice Project
Chen Songyun excellent work Topic: Community Assessment and Health Promotion Program in Mingshanli, Shilin District
2016 of Nursing Master Class Student Clinical Practice Achievement Competition Xu Lianxin excellent work Topic: Community Health Promotion Program Internship - Flipping Health, Lucky Stars Are Shining!
Wang Jiaqi excellent work Topic: Using Family Resilience to Care for Adolescents with Osteosarcoma and Their Families
Zhang Cuiling Chen Yanru excellent work Topic: Caring for the Little Heart, Let the Community Move
Cai Xingfang Chen Liling Topic: Using Recreational Therapy to Improve the Effectiveness of Social Interaction in the Elderly with Dementia
2015 Nursing Master Class Student Clinical Practice Achievement Competition Chen Liling silver medal Topic: Community Health Project in Fuxingli, Beitou District, Taipei City "Farewell to belly fat, Fuxing welcomes summer lightly"

Learning result

The internship locations of our graduate students span Taipei City, New Taipei City and Yilan County, bringing many community health services and promoting the well-being of community residents. During the internship process, students conduct community assessments for different communities and integrate into the local culture of the community. The following is an introduction to the internship results of master class students in various regions.

1. Taipei City
The following is the "Exercise and Health Promotion Program for the Elderly in Fuxing Village" written by our student Chen Yanliang for Fuxing Village, Beitou District. Yanliang made a detailed and comprehensive assessment of the community. After comprehensive analysis, he concluded the impact Reasons why community residents cannot exercise regularly, and make a chart.
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After confirming the community health problems, graduate students will formulate improvement strategies for this problem, so as to achieve the purpose of community health promotion.

2. Yilan County
For the Zhongshan New Village in Nanjinli, Yilan City, student Xu Hejun from our institute designed a health plan for "sitting" exercise with hands and feet, and designed exclusive handouts for the local residents who participated in the activity.
 
First step: hello, let's go The second step: walk fast in the direction (back and forth) The third step: walk fast in the direction (left and right)
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees
2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. Hold the chair tightly with both hands, straighten one foot forward, toes pointing up
4. Repeat with both feet
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees
2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. Hold the chair tightly with both hands, and repeat the opening and closing movements of your feet
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees
2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. Hold the chair tightly with both hands, kick forward and straighten with one foot
4. Repeat with both feet
1-1 2 3
Step 4: Hand Stretch Step 5: hug the circle Step 6: chest expansion exercise
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees
2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. One hand on the waist, the other hand and the body bent to the side of the waist
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees
2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. Tighten your stomach, like hugging a ball
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees
2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. For chest expansion, pay attention to palms facing up
4 5 6
Step 7: Leg Stretch Step 8: feet open and close Step 9: Leg Strength Exercises
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees
2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. Hold the chair tightly with both hands, straighten one foot forward, toes pointing up
4. Repeat with both feet
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees
2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. Hold the chair tightly with both hands, and repeat the opening and closing movements of your feet
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees
2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. Hold the chair tightly with both hands, kick forward and straighten with one foot
4. Repeat with both feet
7 8 9
Step 10: Shuttlecock Kicking Step 11: Inner thigh and abdominal exercise Step 12: Leg Stretch
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees
2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. Touch the inner side of the right foot with the left foot and repeat the movement like kicking a shuttlecock
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees
2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. Hold the chair tightly with both hands, and point your feet left and right at the same time
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees 2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. Keep one foot straight, remember toes pointing up
4. Put your hands on your feet at 90 degrees and lean forward
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Step 13: Outer Leg Stretch Step 14: Inner Leg Stretch Step 15: cool down
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees
2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. One foot is vertical, and the other foot is facing inward
4. With one hand on the waist, the other hand touches the foot of the inner figure from the outside
5. Twisting from the lumbar spine (hands on the waist up, head looking back and up)
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees
2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. Feet open, hands on the inside of the knee cap
4. Lean forward 45 degrees
5. Turn from the waist to one side, push the foot out with the hand on the other side, and straighten the hand
1. Sit on a chair for 1/2, pay attention to knees at 90 degrees
2. Pay attention to raise your head and chest, straighten your spine
3. Inhale through the nose and exhale through the mouth
4. First the chest, then stretch the hand to the sky, drawing a circle
5. Attention! It should not end until the breathing is smooth
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Exercise at home 1 Exercise at home 2 Exercise at home 3
1. Stand behind the purple chair and walk to support the back of the chair or the wall
2. Squat posture
1. Stand behind the chair, double walk to support the back of the chair or the wall
2. Stretch one leg backward
1. Stand behind the chair, double walk to support the back of the chair or the wall
2. Step up with both feet at the same time
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Internship Sharing - Liang Zixuan in Guishanli, Toucheng Township (Part 1)

The postgraduates recruited by the institute have diverse backgrounds. Liang Zixuan, who is currently a clinical pharmacist, applied for the institute with a passion for community health promotion and the spirit of serving the crowd.
 

Internship Sharing - Liang Zixuan in Guishanli, Toucheng Township (Part 2)

Zixuan's internship is located in Guishanli, Toucheng Township, Yilan County. Under the guidance of her teacher, she entered the community for internship. She interacted well with the community residents and won the trust of the community residents. She made a video about how she walked into the community and brought the health knowledge needed by residents, and she hopes to share it with everyone.
3. New Taipei City
Lin Qiyun from our institute is doing an internship in Baxianli, Sanzhi District. She carefully recorded the internship process and made it into a video. From the video of Qiyun, she can feel that she has carried out various aspects of the community in detail. After the assessment, a number of strategies are provided for the health needs of the community, so that the public can participate in the event.

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