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2017 Taiwan WHO Simulation Kicks off at NCKU with 240 Medical Students Sharing

2017年01月20日 AM10:58
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TAINAN, Taiwan

National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) is currently hosting a special international conference organized by a group of medical students in Taiwan. 2017 Taiwan World Health Organization (WHO) Simulation, the first conference in Asia modeling the WHA (World Health Assembly), kicked off on January 18 with 240 students from over 20 countries including America, Finland, Japan, Korea, Sudan, India, and Indonesia.

A grand opening was held on the morning of January 18 at NCKU. Tainan City Mayor Ching-Te Lai and NCKU President Huey-Jen Jenny Su welcomed students from around the world on behalf of their respective institutes.

Lai gave his remark and said, “Through this simulation conference that Taiwanese medical students could cultivate the global perspective and train talents in international medical diplomacy.”

President Su, a public health expert, gave an overview of how the university is able to interact and make social contributions, going from education to practice.

Su also highlighted the value of social justice when she talked to the students. She said, “What’s carrying in our heart is every human being is equal so whatever we can do would bring this world to a better peace.”

“Wherever you go, we are all the part of the network and the community, we are all part of the public health people,” she said when encouraging the students to care about the disparity of social economy status in medical care.

Yang, a student from the College of Medicine in NCKU, said that this is a great honor for him to organize such a great event with his fellow students.

Yang claimed, “Interacting across cultures peacefully through mutual respect is our dream, and I am sure that we will realize this dream in the following days.”

Janki Chaudhary, a medical student from Mumbai, India, said that this is her first time to join the event and she is looking forward to the discussion is happening here.

Chaudhary, who is representing Bermuda in the simulation, said, “I will do anything I can do to change the system of public health and I see this is a very good opportunity to do that.”

“I would like to see the problem happening in Bermuda is addressed in the simulation,” she added.

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