基本素養 Basic Literacy
Students should show compassion, respect, care, and willingness of providing service to environmental health related issues.
Students should be environment-, worker-, and general-public-centered; take an active and positive role in social activities; be able to apply knowledge to solve problems; and become a green-environme
Students should show high interest and actively participate in issues regarding ecology, sustainable development, and interactions between human and the nature/society.
Student should have international perspectives of “global village” and “pollution without borders” and put them into context of local environmental issues.
The ability to solve environmental issues and take care of workers and the general public
Can serve as environmental and occupational medicine professionals, with the ability to solve environmental issues and take care of workers and the general public.
Recognition and evaluation skills
Recognize and evaluate the potential health risks from the nature environment, man-made hazardous materials, and social/cultural environments.
Reasoning and control skills
Understand the pathogenesis of environmental risk factors and apply professional knowledge and skills to control them.
Analysis and writing skills
Adopt epidemiology, biostatistics, and other scientific methods to analyze data with the aim of producing compelling reports.
Plan health promotion projects and provide realistic solutions to issues regarding the environment, labor force, and the general public.
Problem solving Skills
Accurately recognize environmental and occupational related diseases and be familiarized with solving problems using knowledge in environmental medicine.
Effective communication skills
Have the ability to communicate with workers and the general public, and translate professional communications into plain language.
Life-long learning attitude
Posses the attitude and ability to actively explore environmental and occupational disease issues, innovate and lead, train on the job, and learn for the life-time.
課程概述 Course Description日常生活與工作環境中的危害能夠引起各種疾病，本課程介紹各種常見的化學性、物理性、生物性、與人因性的環境與職業健康危害，並依人體器官系統介紹常見的環境與職業疾病，包括其診斷、治療、與預防的方法。
This course introduces the basic ideas of occupational diseases such as occupational lung, skin, neurological, musculoskeletal, nepotistic, reproductive, liver, renal, and cardiac disorders.
課程學習目標 Course Objectives
課程進度 Progress Description
|進度說明 Progress Description|
|2||Occupational Lung Diseases|
|3||Occupational Musculoskeletal Disorders|
|4||Occupational and Environmental Neurological Disease|
|5||Environmental and Occupational Cancers|
|6||Occupational Infectious Diseases|
|7||Occupational Skin Diseases|
|9||Occupational Mental Disorders|
|10||Occupational and Environmental Physical Hazards|
|11||Occupational Health Regulations in Taiwan|
|12||Occupational Liver Disease|
|13||Occupational and Environmental Reproductive Hazards and Diseases|
|14||Occupational and Environmental Disorders of Ear, Nose, and Throat|
|15||Occupational and Environmental Cardiovascular Hazards and Diseases|
|16||Occupational Renal Diseases|
以上每週進度教師可依上課情況做適度調整。The schedule may be subject to change.
Survey of the conntent relevant to SDGs
This course is relevant to these items of SDGs as following:
- 消除貧窮 (No poverty)
- 消除飢餓 (Zero hunger)
- 健康與福祉 (Good health and Well Being)
- 性別平等 (Gender Equality)
- 淨水與衛生 (Clean water and sanitation)
- 就業與經濟成長 (Decent work and Economic growth)
- 工業、創新與基礎建設 (Industry Innovation and infrastructure)
- 減少不平衡 (Reduced Inequalities)
- 永續城市與社區 (sustainable cities and communities)
- 責任消費與生產 (Responsible consumption and production)
- 陸地生態 (Life on land)
- 和平與正義制度 (Peace justice and strong institutions)
- 全球夥伴 (partnerships for goals)
有關課程其他調查 Other Surveys of Courses1.本課程是否規劃業界教師參與教學或演講? 否
Is there any industry specialist invited in this course? How many times? No
Are there any internships involved in the course? How many hours? No
Is this course recognized as an academic ethics course? In the course how many hours are regarding academic ethics topics? No
Is this course recognized as a Community engagement and Service learning course? Which community will be engaged?