2019.10.21 “2019 Asia-Pacific Forum for Long-term Care in Aging: Facing the Aged Society and Future of Long-
term Care” held by Master program in Aging and Long-Term Care and Center for Long-Term Care Research
invited Professor Hidenori Arai, National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, Japan; Professor Ju Young Yoon,
College of Nursing, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea; Deputy Minister Jui-Yuan Hsueh, Ministry of
Health and Welfare, Taiwan; Professor Julie Byles, Priority Research Centre for Generational Health and Ageing,
University of Newcastle, Australia; Professor Maw Pin Tan, Department of Geriatric Medicine, University of Malaya,
Malaysia and Professor Claudia Lai, School of Nursing, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong. Discuss the
long-term care policy of countries of Asian.
2019.4.9 The delegation from Panrita Husada Bulukumba, Husada Mandiri Poso and Tanawali Persada Takalar,
Indonesia visited College of Nursing and signed the MoA for Academic Exchange and Agreement on Student
2019.3.4-3.15 Three scholars and fifteen students from St. Luke's International University,Kyushu University, Ehime
University and EHIME Prefectural University of Health Science ,Japan for 2 weeks exchange program.
2019.3.13 Sumarmi Rustadi, delegates from Tanawali Persada School of Health Sciences from Indonesia visited
College of Nursing, anddiscussed about future exchange programs.
2019.2.27 Mr. Huang, the project manager of Taiwan Education Center in Philippines, Dr. Wang, the Dean of
College of Nursing, and Dr. Lin, the director of Master’s Program, had a discussion about recruiting international
students and planned to promote school enrollment in Philippines in May.
2019.2.21 Three scholars from Mountain Province State Polytechnic College, Philippines visited College of Nursing.
2019.2.19 Dean of College of Nursing Ruey-Hsia Wang and delegates from University of Minnesota, USA signed
the MoU for Academic Exchange and Agreement on Student Exchange.
2019.1.22-27 Dean Ruey-Hsia Wang and Professor Bih-O Lee involved in Edu-Connect Southeast Asia
Association visit the UP System and 4 universities at Philippines.