SDG3
Good Health and Well-being

Demand medical care for all, reduce the number of deaths from (non-)communicable diseases, strengthen the prevention and treatment of substance abuse, reduce the number of deaths and injuries from road traffic accidents, and increase health financing and the recruitment, development, and training of the health workforce.

Exploring New Drug Addiction Treatments with Six Treatment Centers

According to the 2014 National Survey of Substance Use, approximately 230,000 persons aged 12 to 64 in Taiwan have abused illegal drugs. The following factors can decrease those with drug addiction’s willingness to seek treatment and lead to a high recurrence rate: lack of coverage for treatment in the

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3
9
17

School of Medicine, Ministry of Health and Welfare’s Hospital, and Social Welfare Organizations Administration Commission Promote the Cultivation and Training of Publicly Financed Physicians

On September 28th, National Yang-Ming University’s (NYMU) School of Medicine and the Ministry of Health and Welfare’s (MOHW) Hospital and Social Welfare Organizations Administration Commission (HSWOAC) signed a memorandum of cooperation to develop a solution to problems related to the education, residency training, services in rural areas, and

SDGs:
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4

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:
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10
16

Yang Ming Teaching Hospital Establishes a General Direction for Smart Medicine

On August 28, representatives of National Yang Ming University and its 12 teaching and affiliated hospitals met with their counterparts from National Chiao Tung University to discuss the institutions’ postmerger vision. A general direction for smart medicine was established. In addition, the meeting also discussed the guidelines for clinical personnel

SDGs:
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17

RICFAT hosts ATLife 2020–Assistive Technology for Life

Vice President William Lai and the current Minister of Health and Welfare Shih-chung Chen visited the exhibition site, accompanied by Director Shu-Jen Lee of the “Research Center on ICF and Assistive Technology” ATLife 2020–Assistive Technology for Life, an exhibition jointly hosted by Yang Ming’s Research Center on

SDGs:
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9
17