Associate Professor Chien-Tien, seven Bachelor degree students majoring in public health and one Master’s degree student majoring in injury prevention and control from the School of Public Health, Taipei Medical University began their two-week Bilateral Exchange Student Program scheduled August 19th to 31st, 2018 at the Faculty of Public Health , Mahidol University.
Opening Day, Associate Professor Dr Mathuros Tipayamongkholgul, Deputy Dean for international Relations and Networking warmly welcomed the group and presented an overview of Mahidol University and the Faculty followed by the Welcome Lunch and tour of the Salaya Campus.
At the Faculty participants discussed several issues including Health System and Health Determinants in Thailand Health, Surveillance System and MIS in Public Health and Alternative Medicine in Thailand.
At King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi the exchange students explored GIS Application in Public Health.
At Phramongkutklao Hospital the delegates studied Emergency and Disaster Response and Hospital Incident Command System.
Their site visits included the Golden Jubilee Medical Hospital where they had a hands-on workshop regarding Thai Traditional Medicine, Tapcharoen Public Health Center 56, the Ministry of Public Health and the Thai Health Promotion Foundation.
They were also treated to cultural excursions to the Grand Palace and the Temple of Dawn.