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Updated by 2012.03.19


Healthcare Professionals
The outbreak of SARS epidemic in 2003 reflected deficiencies in Taiwan medical education system. In order to activate the holistic care competency of resident physicians, the Department of Health authorized the Taiwan Joint Commission to develop the "Postgraduate Primary Care Medical Training Program" in 2003. The purpose of this program is to bridge the medical education in the medical school through clinical training of general medicine after graduation, and to develop first year resident physicians' abilities in diagnoses, treatments and patient care for common diseases.

Taiwan Joint Commission plays an important role in prompting this program through workshops to improve instructors teaching skills, assist hospitals to design curriculums and establish an evaluation system to assess training programs In order to provide patient-centered, safety-first, high quality medical service, it relies on multidisciplinary team. Therefore, Taiwan Joint Commission has continued to assist the Department of Health to improve the clinical training system to other health professionals after they graduated through "The Program of Teaching Quality Improvement in Teaching Hospitals".

With the experiences, Taiwan Joint Commission has successfully implemented "The Program of Teaching Quality Improvement in Teaching Hospitals" since 2007, which covered healthcare professionals specializing as medical physician, Chinese physician, dentist, nurse, pharmacist, medical technologist, radiological technician, respiratory therapist, physical therapist, occupational therapist, clinical psychologist, counseling psychologist, midwife nutritionist, dental technician, audiologist and speech-language pathologist. Moreover, Taiwan Joint Commission has gone further in the first two-year dental training by developing guidelines to certify the qualified training facilities and instructors, and develop the curriculums for two-year training in 2009.


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Community
For increasing consumer's health literacy, Taiwan Food and Drug Administration, Department began to promote "The Five Core Competences in Correct Medication" in 2008. TJCHA was authorized to assist 4 hospitals to set up the Resources Centers to provide medication consultation and education for communities.

In order to assist people to understand "medication safety", the Taiwan Joint Commission held a campaign in 2009, to encourage people to obtain the correct

medication knowledge. Through such contest, people are educated on correct concept in medication and learn how to access the consultation from pharmacists in the neighborhood.

In 2010, we have assisted 11 hospitals to set up Resources Centers and 345 pharmacies as Community Medical Consultation Centers to provide medication consultation and education for communities.


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