[HTROCSC-Ann.] (Location mistake!)Asia's Emerging Role in Global Health- with Dean of Taipei Medical University 張武修教授

Joyce Yang jyang at fas.harvard.edu
Sun Mar 7 23:48:35 EST 2010


Hi everyone,

There was a mistake in the previous email regarding the location of the
forum. It should be Kresge G-3 at Harvard School of Public Health (Harvard
Longwood Campus). Please see the m2 shuttle service (
http://www.masco.org/transit/ptsM2.htm) and attached map for details. Sorry
for causing any confusion!

Best,
Joyce

2010/3/7 Joyce Yang <jyang at fas.harvard.edu>

> Hi Everyone,
>
> Please see the following message/flyer for more information on a health
> forum discussing Asia' emerging role in global health. The speaker, Dr.
> Peter WS Chang 張武修教授, is a graduate of Harvard School of Public Health and
> currently serves as the International Dean of Taipei Medical University as
> well as the EU Health National Contact Point- Taiwan coordinator.
>
>
> Best,
> Joyce
>
>
> The HSPH Asian Health Forum presents
>
> Asia’s emerging role in global health
>
> Dr. Peter WS Chang,
>
> International Dean, Taipei Medical University, Taipei, Taiwan
>
>
>
> Wednesday March 10 at 12:30 PM,
>
> Kresge G-3 (Harvard School of Public Health)
>
> A light lunch will be served.
>
>
>
> Traditional donors such as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and
> Development (OECD) and other non-profit organizations have already providedbillions of dollars of support to improve the health of low and middle
> income countries. With newly blooming economies, Taiwan, China and South
> Korea have only begun to contribute to foreign aid and address global health
> issues in Asia and Africa. This talk will address the following issues:
> What strategies do these government funded organizations from Asia use to
> optimize the public’s health in low resource settings? How do these
> non-traditional donors compare with more traditional donors? Though this
> talk will focus on Taiwanese donors, it will also further discuss
> cooperation throughout Asia to address global health.
>
>
> Dr. Chang is an alumni of HSPH (MPH, 1988 and ScD, 1992) and an expert in
> global and environmental health. Previously he has served as Representative
> for European Health Affairs, Ministry of Health, and Scientific Collaborator
> to the UN and Switzerland and Director of the Bureau of International
> Corporation in the Taiwanese Ministry of Health. He is currently the
> International Dean of Taipei Medical University and is acting as the EU
> Health National Contact Points - Taiwan coordinator.
>
>
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