The College of Nursing at Taipei Medical University is committed to advancing its position as a leader in education, research, and innovation in the fields of nursing, gerontology, and long-term care. The College of Nursing includes four academic units: the School of Nursing, the Post-Baccalaureate Program in Nursing, the School of Gerontology and Long-term Care, and the International Ph. D. Program in Gerontology and Long-term Care. Peishan took office as the dean on March 14, 2023, and will lead the college to continue to build an internationally renowned education and research brand, cultivate talents with innovative and collaborative mindsets, and contribute to the nation’s social and economic development.
Being the nation's premier College of Nursing and one of Asia's top leaders, we continue to attract and retain outstanding students and faculty who are passionate about science and caring. The College of Nursing has established a close collaborative relationship with the affiliated hospitals of Taipei Medical University to support the college's missions in education, research, and care innovation, and to cultivate students with a broad understanding of the profession, leadership, health care system, and public policy to sovle the people’s critical health needs. The health industries around the globe are evolving toward a greater emphasis on preventive care and precision medicine. As a result, these changes will have a significant impact on education and employment. We will make certain that the design of our curriculums helps each student to stay up to date on recent developments in the healthcare system and health industries. As clinicians, leaders, and researchers, our graduates are expected to find innovative and effective ways to provide seamless, affordable and safe quality care to clients in the acute care, chronic care, and long-term care settings, and those in the community.
Dean, College of Nursing
Taipei Medical University