Enews106 主辦「第十一屆東亞護理學者壇年會」後記

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高雄醫學大學e快報 第106期  護理學院專題


護理學院院長 陳彰惠教授


本學院於民國97年2月28日至29日在高雄福華飯店主辦「第十一屆東亞護理學者論壇年會」,本次年會主題為「亞洲護理博士教育跨國合作與整合之展望」,有日本、泰國、新加坡、香港、菲律賓、韓國、澳大利亞、馬來西亞等89位亞洲學者來台,而台灣碩博士教育師生也有143位報名參與盛會。2/28早上衛生署王秀紅副署長演講「以實證為基礎的政策和護理實務」,並以台灣專科護理師的發展為例,引發與會各國護理學者熱烈討論專科護理師培養及執業議題。第二場專家圓桌會議「護理博士教育對社會變遷的因應」,來自菲律賓、日本及韓國的三位貴賓與談。2/28下午有四場 15篇研究論文口頭發表及58篇研究論文海報發表。歡迎晚宴由高醫弦樂社和管樂社表演8首曲目,放映「看!福爾摩沙…台灣!」影片欣賞,最後由高醫護理博士班學生做壓軸表演,與會學者在邀請下一同跳原住民舞蹈,讓會場氣氛high到極點。2/29早上有五場 18篇研究論文口頭發表,下午國立新加坡大學醫學院護理研究中心主任David Arthur教授特別演講「學術和實務的在地化和國際化」,另有一場「東亞科技研究整合」圓桌會議,由來自澳大利亞、台灣、泰國、新加坡等四位貴賓與談。整個研討會於下午五點圓滿閉幕,明年將由日本接辦。


Opening Remarks

Chung-Hey Chen, RN, Ph.D, Dean of the College of Nursing, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan

Convener, 11th EAFONS

Welcome to the 11th Annual International Conference of the East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars (EAFONS). Thank you all so much for traveling from near and far to Taiwan and the city of Kaohsiung to take part in this, the 11th forum on East Asian doctoral education and scholarship. I also wish to express my deepest gratitude to the many people who have worked so hard to organize and actualize this year’s meeting

We are in the fortunate position today of being able to build upon all the hard work that EAFONS’ members have accomplished over the past 10 years to create and expand doctoral programs in nursing throughout East Asia. Our formal as well as our informal social networks have become stronger, more complex, and broader, reaching beyond East Asia to become truly international in both vision and endeavor. This year’s conference, under the theme, “The Future of Doctoral Nursing Programs in Asia: Cooperation & Integration across Nations,” continues this core mission of EAFONS, of advancing knowledge and ties between diverse nations, between a wide variety of nursing subfields and programs, and between an array of approaches to scholarship and practice.

By gathering here in Kaohsiung at the 11th Annual International Conference of EAFONS, our goal is to advance doctoral education in nursing in East Asia. I hope that we all can become more knowledgeable, skilled, and ethical nurse educators, researchers, and practitioners who will continue to collaborate with each other and share resources through this international forum.

Furthermore, through this event, I sincerely hope that those of us gathered here not only participate in international academic nursing society, where together we can strengthen nursing knowledge and facilitate dialogue among nursing scholars in East Asian countries, but also that everyone here has a chance to see Kaohsiung, to take in the sights and experience the culture, charm and beauty of Taiwan.

Thank you.