The Center for Global Health and the Chiu Program for Taiwan Study are presenting “Universal Health Care, Equity and Governance: Taiwan in International Perspective”
The School of History, Philosophy and Religion is funding the symposium, which will address five national health systems: Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Canada and Chile. The last panel will expand the comparison to other countries.
The keynote speaker is world renowned health economist Robert G. Evans, Ph.D., faculty in the Centre for Health Services and Policy Research and emeritus professor in the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia.
You may choose to register for one or both days. Registration is free, and space is limited. Register today.
The Center for Global Health is a community of learning and service that brings together faculty, students and staff at Oregon State with alumni and partners around the world to generate knowledge that promotes equitable and sustainable health development solutions globally.
"Making small changes in the big world and big changes in small worlds."
The College of Public Health and Human Sciences founded the Center for Global Health in 2014 with a mission to bring the Oregon State University community to the world, and to bring the world to the Oregon State community. The center serves as a platform to connect faculty and students with a range of international partners to develop innovative approaches to promote equitable population health around the world.
The Center for Global Health facilitates expertise across the OSU community to conduct research, initiate health development programs and projects, and develop innovative education and training programs in collaboration with international partners and communities. Our efforts are especially directed at strengthening the capacity of our partner communities across the world to promote community ownership of equitable and sustainable health development. While the center is focused on health development, our work is founded on an interdisciplinary approach to promote the health and general well-being of our partner communities.
The Center strives to make small changes in the world through collaborative efforts to improve health and well-being around the world. Our partners include non-government organizations (NGOs), community-based organizations, academic institutions, government agencies and UN agencies. At the same time, we commit to making big changes in small worlds through ongoing collaborations with our partners in targeted communities to promote comprehensive development in health and well-being and make major changes over the long term.
Our approach recognizes a responsibility to our global community, while rooting our work in the fundamental rights to human dignity and self-determination.
The Center for Global Health fulfills its mission through five key areas: