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Programs

Master of Science in Institute of Community Health Care:

Now recruiting 4 international students.

 

We Stand Apart

 

We were the first school of nursing in Taiwan to offer a community health care degree program. We have decades of experience and deep relationships with our community partners.

 

They are directly involved with your graduate program training.

 

You’ll be guided by our English-speaking faculty, who are internationally-educated and recognized experts in community health teaching and research.

 

This means you will learn the latest strategies and best practices in community health care and case management.

 

 

Be Ready for Your Next Step

 

Are you already working as or hoping to become a community planner, health manager, community health nurse, or public health practitioner? A masters degree in community health

 

care allows you to better understand health and health care practice, and use that knowledge to have a bigger impact.

 

You will learn how to:

 

§  Use theory and professional expertise to develop targeted strategies to improve community health.

§  Apply the concepts of health autonomy and responsibility to health promotion, disease prevention and health management practice.

§  Use the care process to deliver high-quality, holistic, and integrated care to individuals, families, and communities.

§  Combine community involvement and resources for community development.

§  Gain insight into the trends affecting community health and health care practice.

§  Be self-directed in your professional growth.

§  Learn how to use and produce research that improves the quality of care for individuals, families and communities.

§  Understand how to influence policy formulation that affects community health.

 

 

 

Program Overview

 

We cultivate professionals in health promotion and case management. We use the principles of community development and organization to decrease health inequity and enhance

 

individual, community and national health.

 

Our graduates are prepared to:

  • Engage in evidence-based practice & research
  • Work in interdisciplinary teams
  • Promote culturally-appropriate care
  • Lead community health initiatives
  • Conduct and use policy analysis
  • Plan and manage resources
  • Design and lead action-oriented health plans
  • Create stronger communities

 

 

Employment

 

We help you to develop the skills needed to work in the for-profit and non-profit sectors. Our graduates are working in community health care practice, teaching and research roles,

public policy settings, and health care administration.

 

 

Scholarship Opportunities

 

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