Graduate Institute of Injury Prevention and Control

  • No. 250 Wu-Xing Street,

    11031 Taipei

Organization profile

Organisation profile

In the past three decades, injury has become one of the top five causes of death in Taiwan. In 2000, the Graduate Institute of Injury Prevention and Control (IPC) was founded as the first postgraduate institute in the Asia devoted to injury research. The main objective of our doctoral program commenced in 2015 aims at achieving a higher standard of basic and applied research in injury prevention and control. In-Service Master Program for Disability and Rehabilitation was also founded in 2015 providing research and training opportunities to help students engage in research focused on understanding the factors that promote activity and participation in daily life among people who have disabilities or are at risk of developing them. Our excellence in both research and education programs have regularly attracted international students since 2010.

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    Projects

    109年度「空中救護審核機制計畫」

    Tsai, S.

    1/1/2012/31/20

    Project: A - Government Institutionc - Ministry of Health and Welfare

    老人多重步態特性與認知功能之時序關係及運動介入

    Lin, M.

    1/1/2012/31/20

    Project: A - Government Institutiona - National Health Research Institutes

    Research Output

    An integrative analysis of 5HTT-mediated mechanism of hyperactivity to non-threatening voices

    Chen, C., Martínez, R. M., Liao, T. T., Chen, C. Y., Yang, C. Y. & Cheng, Y., Mar 10 2020, In : Communications Biology. 3, 1, 113.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
  • Clustering of functioning and disability profile based on the WHO disability assessment schedule 2.0–a nationwide databank study

    Chen, C. P., Chen, Y. W., Chang, K. H., Huang, S. W., Wu, C. H., Escorpizo, R., Stucki, G. & Liou, T. H., Jan 1 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Disability and Rehabilitation.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle