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The Department of Family Medicine, College of Medicine, National Taiwan University, was founded in response to the government's urgent call for a health care system in remote areas, as well as for the fostering of general practitioners and the promotion of family medicine. In 1979, National Taiwan University Hospital initiated the training program of general practitioners. In 1985, the College of Medicine, National Taiwan University incorporated family medicine into its core education curriculum. In August of the same year, the Ministry of Education formalized the establishment of the Department of Family Medicine.
On the health care front, our department emphasizes the integration of biological, psychological and social aspects of caring, preventive medicine and community oriented primary care. On the medical front, we emphasize the development of a well-rounded medical system on the basis of family medicine, providing people with cooperative, comprehensive and cost-effective health services. On the training of family physicians, we emphasize on the value of doctor-patient relationship and medial ethics. In the aspect of academic research, as the leader in family medicine, we conduct innovative researches to uphold the quality of primary care.
The aims of our education programs are to teach medical students to be familiar with common diseases, to nourish students with appropriate professional attitude and behaviors, to understand the bio-psychosocial model of health, to take care of patients with a broader prospective, and to incorporate preventive medicine into daily practice.
The spectrum of our research involvement is diverse. We are devoted into the study of biomedical issues such as hypertension, diabetes mellitus, women's health, Adolescence medicine, obesity and pharmacology. We also specialize in the research of behavior medicine that includes stress management, quality of life and psychological evaluation. Preventive medicine such as smoking cessation, immunization and community health promotion is also an area of our major interest and specialization. Finally, we have placed considerable effort in the fields of palliative medicine and medical education in recent years.
In the future, we aim to actively conduct research and development on the local family physician system in Taiwan; the creation of a school-based community development program; the promotion of community risk reduction in major health risk factors, such as smoking and obesity; the explosion of biological indexes of psychosomatic diseases; researches in prevention of depression; and the promotion of palliative medicine.
FACILITIES
The Department of Family Medicine has an outpatient clinic with 15 examination rooms, one inpatient wards with 37 beds (general ward 19 beds, palliative medicine ward 18 beds), two research laboratories, and a department library containing over 800 books, 29 journals, and audio and video teaching materials. All these collections are updated periodically. The department is affiliated with 7 Group Practice Centers for community medical practice. From 1999, two more rural community sites were established in the central region of the country. There are also affiliated resident-training programs with other teaching hospitals.
Teacher
Position
Degree
Field
Tai-Yuan Chiu
M.D
M.D
Associate professor, Dept. of Family Medicine
Long-Teng Lee
MD, MPH, PhD
MD, MPH, PhD
Public Health、Family Medicine
Kai-Kuen Leung,
MD, MPH
MD, MPH
Family Medicine、Infectious Diseases、Public Health
Bee-Horng Lue
M.D.
M.D.
Family medicine, Psychosomatic medicine, Medical Education, Psychology
Heng-Shuen Chen
M.D
M.D.
Family Medicine
Wei-Dean Wang
M.D.
M.D.
Family Medicine
Kuo-Chin Huang
M.D
M.D
Family Medicine
Liu, Wen-Jing
M.D
M.D
Family Medicine
Chin-Ying Chen
M.D
M.D
Family Medicine
Guo, Fei-Ran
M.D
M.D
Family Medicine
Yao, Chien-An
M.D
M.D
Family medicine, Preventive medicine, Community medicine, Hospice/Palliative medicine, Cancer nutrition, Obesity management
Cheng, Shao-Yi
M.D.
M.D.
Family Medicine
Jan Chyi-Feng
M.D.
M.D.
Family Medicine
Jaw-Shiun Tsai
M.D.
M.D.
Family Medicine, Palliative Medicine, Obesity, Gerontology
COURSES
Family, Society and Medical Care (6, 6), Pre-internship in Family Medicine (6, 6), Fixed Internship in Family Practice (4, 4), Semi-fixed Internship in Family Practice (3, 3)
ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES
Weekly Routine Activities
1. Morning Meeting:
7:40~8:40 a.m. Every morning at family
medicine ward (including general ward and
palliative care ward), for discussion of
admitted and discharged cases, journal
reading, etc.
2. Nursing-Physician Combined Conference:
8:00~9:00 a.m. Every Tuesday at palliative
care ward, to discuss the cooperative issues
between physician and nursing staffs at
ward and home visits.
3.Pharmacist-Physician Combined Conference
(1)1:00~2:00 p.m., Every Tuesday at Family Medicine ward, to discuss drug treatment issues and new drug information at the ward.
(2)1:00~2:00 p.m., Every Wednesday at palliative care ward, to discuss drug treatment for terminal cancer patients and new drug information update.
4.Community Medicine Teleconference:
Four one-hour teleconferences for each fifth
year medical student community rotation
(two for Yuan-Lin and two for Luku
community) for the discussion of
community problem solving.
5.Department Academic Conference of Family Medicine:
4:00~7:00 p.m., Every Friday, at Family
Medicine ward, participated by all staff
members and residents, interns, to discuss
core content of family medicine, resident
training programs, and family practice
update, etc.
6.Family Medicine Continuing Medical Education:
5:00~6:00 p.m., Every Tuesday at Gin-Fu
Lecture Hall, designed essentially for
general practitioners in Taipei City, to
achieve the goal of upgrading healthcare
quality for the general practitioners.
Specialists from different sections are
invited to teach their update medical
knowledge. It was opened in 1983.
7.Palliative Medicine Educational Activities:
(1)Home care conference: 8:00~9:00a.m., Every Tuesday at Hospice ward conference room.
(2)Case discussion and outcome assessment: 12:20~14:20 p.m., Every Thursday at Hospice ward conference room.
(3)Quality of life conference: 16:00~16:30 p.m., Every Thursday at Hospice ward conference room.
(4)Hospice journal reading: 13:20~14:20 p.m., Every Friday at Hospice ward conference room.
   
 
Chair:Kuo-Chin Huang
Tel: +886-2-23562147
Fax: +886-2-23118674
Website:
E-mail:shirley@ntuh.gov.tw
 


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