NCKU Curriculum Map
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LONG-TERM CARE AND MANAGEMENT

Approaching from demand and supply side, the course of long-term care policy and management helps to build knowledge base for students to understand the policy, service delivery and management issues in aged care and long-term care system. Firstly, the importance and definition of long-term care as well as its structure will be introduced and linkage with other disciplines in public health. For the course design on the need side, the need assessment, the importance of customers’ choices, the informal caregiving resources and trends will be focused and the concepts of person-centered and holistic care emphasized. On the supply side, the policy, legislation and service delivery both from financial and non-financial aspects will be explored. Then the emphases of managerial concepts and skills in terms of service integration, quality of care of long-term care agencies and finally the strategic planning of long-term care in the future will be discussed.

Course Goal
A. To train public health professionals in order for having passion and expertise on public health theory and practice
C. To actively participate in national health issues, and promote sound public health system
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • Humanity accomplishment
  • To form a team with a mind of respecting lives and serving societies
  • Citizen accomplishment
  • With a spirit of recognition of multi-culture and active participation of public affairs
  • Social concern
  • With a spirit of social participation, care for socially deprived, and with a sense of social inequity and care
  • International perspectives
  • With a vision of global health involving local insight and international perspective
    [Competence]
  • Professional and cross-cutting capacity
  • With capability of using epidemiological evidence and social science concept in making multi-discipline analysis of health policy and planning
  • Ability of thinking and judgment
  • With capability of using multi-discipline vision in examining the public health issues and the process of decision making
  • Good communication skills
  • With capability of applying public health professional knowledge to disease prevention and health care practical work
  • Innovation and leadership ability
  • With capability of independently exploring public health issues, and solving the problems
    Courses of Recent Years
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    Credit Taught in English
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    0108/1 SB60500 [MPH7818]LONG-TERM CARE AND MANAGEMENT 2.0 N Liu, Li-Fan
    0107/1 SB60500 [MPH7818]LONG-TERM CARE AND MANAGEMENT 2.0 N Liu, Li-Fan
    0105/1 SB60500 [MPH7818]LONG-TERM CARE AND MANAGEMENT 2.0 N Liu, Li-Fan
    0104/1 SB60500 [MPH7818]LONG-TERM CARE AND MANAGEMENT 2.0 N Liu, Li-Fan