SDG16
Peace、Justice and Strong Institutions

Significantly reduce all forms of violence, ensure equal access to justice for all, and enforce non-discriminatory laws and policies.

Taiwan Centers for Disease Control Commissions National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University to Conduct the First Research on the Immune Responses of Patients Infected with COVID-19

The research team held a video conference with cooperative units; Yangming Jiaotong University-affiliated hospital and Taoyuan Hospital, Ministry of Health and Welfare To analyze the antibodies of the Taiwanese public who had been infected with COVID-19 and identify the likelihood of reinfection, the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control has commissioned the

SDGs:
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16

Cross-Generation Dialogue: Discussing NHI Reformation between Various Generations

With the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the sustainability of Taiwan’s National Health Insurance (NHI) has drawn considerable attention. After holding the Ultimate Limit of National Health Insurance symposium, National Yang-Ming University (NYMU) convened a seminar entitled “National Health Insurance Reform During the Pandemic: A Cross-Generational Dialogue” on October 9th.

SDGs:
3
10
16

Liching Medical Club Goes Native

During the summer of 2020, the Liching Club—based at Yang Ming Campus of National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU)—traveled to Qatu Village of Nantou County for its tenth consecutive year of offering medical services and raising awareness of local issues regarding medical and health care, childhood education, culture, and

SDGs:
1
2
3
4
10
11
16

Participation in the Joint International Tropical Medicine Meeting 2020 Virtual Conference and establishment of the Taiwan COVID-19 Research and Pandemic Prevention Forum

The Research Center for Epidemic Prevention Science established the Taiwan COVID-19 Research and Pandemic Prevention Forum at the Joint International Tropical Medicine Meeting (JITMM) 2020 Virtual Conference following an invitation from the conference administrators. The forum was hosted by Prof. Steve H. S. Kuo, with keynote speeches given by Prof.

SDGs:
3
16
17

Tribute to the Indigenous Peoples: Rewriting Hakka Historical Information

August 1st of each year is the National Aboriginal Day. To re-examine the inter-subjectivity of the historical perspectives of the indigenous peoples and the Hakka people, the NCTU College of Hakka Studies launched the “Tribute to the Indigenous Peoples: Take perspective to write the Development History of the Taiwanese

SDGs:
11
16