SDGs 16, 17
Referring to WHO and international FRESH standards, FJCU established an innovation index for the international accreditation of health-promoting schools in Taiwan in order to understand how reforms may be made in the future. The school also proposed a policy for health-promoting schools. In compliance with the Ministry of Education’s advocacy of lifelong learning, FJCU set up University of Third Age to give the elderly a college experience. The university's impact on sustainability and care for society is realized through its actions, which are carried out in the spirit of Catholic humanistic concern.
Related practical events:
* FJCU’s involvement in central government policies
* FJCU established an innovation index for the international accreditation of health-promoting schools in Taiwan, and proposed a policy for health-promoting schools. It also assisted in advancing the Ministry of Education’s lifelong learning goals by setting up University of Third Age, giving the elderly a college experience.
* Provided the competent authorities with expert advice on the drafting of policies regarding respiratory treatment.
* Provided the government with advice on establishing policies concerning cervical cancer testing.
* Assisted the government in formulating policies regarding HPV vaccination risk assessment, control, and monitoring.
* Oversaw the design of clinical skills questions on national examinations for medical practitioners in Taiwan, and assigned faculty to serve on examination committees to decide the focus of each year’s examinations and to create the actual questions.
* Discussed and reviewed maritime adjudications in Taiwan, and provided recommendations for future legislation in maritime procedure.