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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Taiwan Medicine & Life Sciences
Wounds and Injuries Medicine & Life Sciences
Brain Concussion Medicine & Life Sciences
Stroke Medicine & Life Sciences
Spinal Cord Injuries Medicine & Life Sciences
Population Medicine & Life Sciences
Motorcycles Medicine & Life Sciences
Heat Stroke Medicine & Life Sciences

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Projects 2010 2019

新聘教師研究補助

Chen, C.

1/15/181/14/19

Project: g - Research Grants for Newly Hired Faculty

107年度「空中救護審核機制計畫」採購案

Tsai, S.

1/1/1812/31/18

Project: c - Ministry of Health and Welfare

輕度認知損傷老人的運動特徵、跌倒風險與居家式介入(1/3)

Lin, M.

8/1/177/31/18

Project: b - Ministry of Science and Technology

Research Output 1992 2018

1 Citations
Schizophrenia
Appointments and Schedules
Databases
Social Class
Self Care
Gene therapy
Chemotherapy
Alkylating Agents
temozolomide
Glioma

Characteristics and outcomes of “Do Not Resuscitate” patients admitted to the emergency department–Intensive care unit

Wang, A. Y., Ma, H. P., Kao, W. F., Tsai, S. H. & Chang, C. K. Jan 1 2018 (Accepted/In press) In : Journal of the Formosan Medical Association.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Intensive Care Units
Hospital Emergency Service
APACHE
Critical Illness
Survival