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Date:2022-08-31
Bracket:2022 NCYU NEWS
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A group photo of NCYU President Han Chien Lin (right), and Chiayi Hospital of the Ministry of Health and Welfare Superintendent Yuan-Der Huang (left) at the signing ceremony NCYU and Chiayi Hospital Sign MOU to Enhance Medical Capacity in Chiayi
  National Chiayi University, after signing an MOU with Chiayi Chang Gung Memorial Hospital last week, entered into another MOU with Chiayi Hospital of the Ministry of Health and Welfare on the morning of August 17th. Representatives from Chiayi Hospital included Superintendent Yuan-Der Huang, Vice Superintendent Shih-Tien Chen, Chief Secretary Tzu-Chuan Liu, Medical Secretary Huang Ying-ho, Dr. Chao-Yin Kuo and other department chiefs. The ceremony was also attended by NCYU President Han Chien Lin, Vice President Chen Rui-Chiang, Vice President Zhang Junxian, Vice President Hung-Wen Lee, College of Life Sciences Dean Hong-Thih Lai, Chief Secretary Yun-Wei Lin and other supervisors. According to the MOU on academic exchange and technical cooperation officially signed, both parties will be engaged in effective cooperation in biomedical teaching, research, resource sharing and academic-industrial connection in the future.

  NCYU has four campuses, featuring seven colleges that boast outstanding teaching and research capacity in education, humanities, management, agriculture, science and engineering, life sciences and veterinary medicine. Collaboration with the Chiayi Hospital of the Ministry of Health and Welfare underpins the university’s confidence in planning the establishment of the eighth college, the College of Medicine, in days to come. The NCYU College of Medicine will be dedicated to holistic health and preventive medicine as major goals. The Teachers College can contribute to psychotherapy and health promotion in preventive medicine. The College of Humanities and Arts will strive to help relieve the stress of modern people due to hectic work schedules with music and art. The College of Management will be devoted to medical management using information technology, and is expected to offer an EMBA program in Healthcare Information Management next year. The College of Agriculture will pool efforts to enhance food safety, food and agriculture, and agricultural biotechnology, among others, which play pivotal roles in our lives. The College of Science and Engineering will contribute to safe healthcare with information technology and AI (artificial intelligence) devices. The College of Life Sciences will conduct technological research and development with a focus on precision healthcare, and work with the Chiayi County Science Park in terms of precision healthcare and biomedicine. The College of Veterinary Medicine and the Department of Plant Medicine will devote themselves to human health.

  NCYU President Han Chien Lin mentioned that the faculty’s abundant research and development capabilities in biomedical technology have been highly regarded in the medical community at home and abroad. In the future, they look forward to strengthening effective exchanges between NCYU and Chiayi Hospital in teaching, learning and research, and joining hands to realize the motto of holistic medicine through the diversified learning environment of a comprehensive university. They hope to nurture medical professionals meeting the needs of the new generation, and provide better medical resources for people working in Chiayi, thus fulfilling the social responsibility as a university.
Chiayi Hospital Superintendent Yuan-Der Huang indicated that, in the future, a hospital should not only strive to enhance the relationship between doctors and patients or between nurses and patients. A healthcare institute should also, as suggested by NCYU President Lin, work towards the goal of holistic health. Founded in 1895, Chiayi Hospital has a history of 127 years, and was the largest hospital in the Yunlin-Chiayi-Tainan region before Taiwan’s retrocession. There are three keys to major improvements in a hospital. First is “quality,” which consists the essence of a hospital. Second is “team,” which is the foundation of a hospital since medical treatment can never be done alone. Third, above all, is the dynamics of “teaching and research.” He hopes that the exceptional teaching and research capacity of the professional NCYU faculty can help enhance the hospital's quality of medical care, the staff's motivation to learn, and their individual competencies in information management, herbal medicine research and development, and food safety. In addition to providing professional medical care, a medical school ought to focus on holistic and preventive medicine, which are quintessential to medical care. There are currently 86 nursing institutions in the Chiayi region, of which more than 70 have a close, effective medical network with Chiayi Hospital. In the future, he hopes that Chiayi Hospital can help contribute to NCYU’s goal of establishing the College of Medicine with their existing resources.

NCYU signed an MOU on academic exchange and technical cooperation with Chiayi Hospital of the Ministry of Health and Welfare on the morning of August 17th. NCYU President Han Chien Lin delivered his remarks. Chiayi Hospital of the Ministry of Health and Welfare Superintendent Yuan-Der Huang delivered remarks.
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