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The Department of Nursing of National Taiwan University was inaugurated in 1956. It was the first university school of nursing in Taiwan. In 1984, a Master degree program was started to prepare nursing leaders and advanced practitioners in nursing specialties. The first Ph.D. nursing program in Taiwan was established at the School in 1997. To enable students to carry out their nursing responsibilities and to contribute to the upgrading of the nursing profession, the undergraduate program emphasizes the application of theoretical knowledge and clinical practice. The Master degree program focuses on theoretical study and its practical application to develop clinical nurse specialists and nursing leaders. The doctoral program prepares scientists of advanced nursing knowledge, practice and education, through research and scholarly activity, in order to create multidisciplinary and international leaders in nursing.
The future prospects of the Department of Nursing are; to actively recruit new PhD graduates as faculty members, to cultivate more professional leaders with advanced knowledge and skills, and to be the College of Nursing integrating nursing practice, administration, education and research to attain a new millennium in nursing.
1.The Department of Nursing of National Taiwan University was inaugurated in 1956. It was the first university department of nursing in Taiwan.
2.The Master degree program was started to prepare nursing leaders and advanced practitioners in nursing specialties in 1984.
3.The first Ph.D. nursing program in Taiwan was established at the School in 1997.
Teacher
Position
Degree
Field
Lian-Hua Hwang
Professor and Director
Ph.D., University of Colorado
Gerontological Nursing、Community health nursing、Genetic Consulting、 Nursing Administration
Yu-Tzu Dai
Professor
Ph.D., University of Washington
Gerontological Nursing、Neuroscience Nursing、Rehabillitation Nursing、Long term Care
Yeur-Hur Lai
Professor
Ph.D., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Oncology Nursing、Pain Control、Symptom management、Cognitive behavior intervention
Wen-Yu Hu
Professor
Ph.D., NTU
Oncology Nursing、Palliative Nursing、Chronic Illness Nursing、Health Behavior
Mei Chang
Associate Professor
Ed.D., University of Boston
Community health nursing、Nursing Manpower、Health Behavior
Meei-Fang Lou
Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Washington
Rehabilitation Nursing、Medical-Surgical Nursing、Neurological Nursing、Geriatric Nursing
Ya-Ling Lee
Associate Professor
D.N.Sc., Yale University
Pediatric Nursing、Children with Chronic Illness、Nursing Administration、Children with Injury and Accident、Health Behaviors in Childhood Cancer Survivors、
Chia-Hui Chen
Associate Professor
DNSc. Yale University
Geriatrics、Gerontology、Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment、Geriatric Nutrition
Fei-Hsiu Hsiao
Associate Professor
Ph.D. University of Melbourne, Australia
Department of Psychiatry University of Melbourne, Australia Psychiatric nursing, body-mind-spirit empowerment therapy for depressed patients and cancer patients, follow-up program for depressive disorders, community care for patients with chronic psychosis
Shu-Chu Shiao
Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of New Suoth Wales
Community health nursing、Occupational health nursing、Community epidemiology、Health promotion
Shiow-Ru Chang
Associate Professor
Ph.D., NTU
Maternal-Newborn Nursing, Women Health, Interpretive Methods, Body image
Shiow-Ching Shun
Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Utah
Medical Nursing (GI)、Fatigue Management、Oncology Nursing
Bih-Shya Gau
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., NTU
Family and Child Nursing、Children with Chronic Conditions: esp. Asthma & Cancer、Quality of Life in children and caregivers
Shing-Chia Chen
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., NTU
Psychiatric Nursing、Mental Health
Guey-Shiun Hwang
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., NTU
orthopaedic Nursing、gastrointestinal Nursing、gynecology Nursing、medical-surgical Nursing
Yen-Chun Lin
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., NTU
Community health nursing
Shao-Yu Tsai
Assistant Professor
PhD, Nursing, University of Washington
Pediatric Nursing, Behavioral sleep medicine, circadian rhythm
Nien-Tzu Chang
Assistant Professor
PhD, Public Health, National Yang-Ming University
Gerontological Nursing, Orthopaedic Nursing, Medical-surgical Nursing, Chronic Disease Management
Chia-Yi Wu
Assistant Professor
PhD Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, UK
Community mental health nursing, Psychiatric epidemiology, Depression/Anxiety/Alcohol dependence screening (SCAN), Suicide/self-harm risk assessment, Help-seeking behavior
Shu-Shya Heh
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., NTU
Maternity Nursing, Women Health
Po-Jui Yu
Lecturer
Ph.D. candidate, NTU
gastrointestinal Nursing、medical-surgical Nursing、Urological Nursing
Ya-Ling Yang
Lecturer
Ph.D., NTU
Maternal-Newborn Nursing、Pediatric Nursing 、Women Health
Hsiao-Ling Yang
Lecturer
Ph.D. student, NTU
Pediatric Nursing
Hao-Yuan Chang
Lecturer
Ph.D., NTU
Maternity Nursing, Women Health, Pain Management
We have qualified faculty members with advanced academic performance and clinical competence to provide substantial guidance in theory, research and clinical practice to students. The research focus of the faculty is not only to explore psychosocial issues, but also to expand biophysical measures. The research interests of the faculty include the fields of: adult care, gerontology, maternity, children, community and psychiatry. The research grant funded and productivity according to number of academic papers published for the faculty was increasing, especially with an increasing number of papers published in international SCI or SSCI journals.
1. An excellent learning environment:
In the Department of Nursing, students learn from highly qualified faculty members. They also have a chance to practice clinical nursing in national teaching hospitals and community health stations. In addition to the courses required by the school, students are encouraged to take the elective courses offered by various departments in the University in order to broaden their minds. The Department of Nursing not only values students' professional knowledge, but also their extracurricular social activities.
2. The integration of teaching, research and clinical services:
Besides teaching at the academy, the faculty members also hold administrative or clinical positions (Joint Appointments) at National Taiwan University Hospital as a means of integrating academic study and clinical practice. As a result of the Joint Appointment system, clinical practice is improved through research, which in turn enriches the faculty's academic research. Research and clinical practice are thus integrated into the nursing curriculum.
3. The commitment of the nursing profession to society:
The Department of Nursing was entrusted by the Health Department of the Executive Yuan, from 1990 to 2000, to sponsor a National Continuing Nursing Education Center (NCNEC) so as to provide on-the-job training to nurses nationwide and keep them abreast of professional knowledge and skills. In addition, faculty members are active in nursing professional societies in which they take leading roles as presidents, members of boards of directors, controllers, and professional committee members.
4. Collaboration with foreign universities:
The Department of Nursing has started an overseas Ph.D. study program. It also has academic collaboration with the School of Nursing at the University of Washington in USA, the Department of Nursing at Mahidol University in Thailand, The Nethersole School of Nursing at the Chinese University in Hong Kong and the University of California in USA, through collaboration contracts.
   
 
Chair:Huang, Lian-Hua
Tel:+886-2-23562227
Fax:+886-2-23219913
Website:
E-mail:lhhuang@ntu.edu.tw
 


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