The conference to enhance the output standards of the Master’s degree program in Health Management

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TVU – On May 19, Tra Vinh University held a conference to enhance the output standards of the Master’s degree program in Health Management.

The conference was attended by several notable individuals, including Dr. Nguyễn Tiến Dũng, Vice Chairman of the School Advisory Council; Dr. Trần Kiến Vũ, Director of Tra Vinh General Hospital; Dr. CKI Nguyễn Hoá Hải, Deputy Director of Tra Vinh Center for Disease Control; Dr. Huỳnh Ngọc Linh, Vice Rector of Ca Mau Medical College; Dr. Hồ Đắc Thoàn, Head of Planning and General Department at Quy Nhon Institute of Malaria, Parasitology, and Entomology; Dr. Đỗ Nhật Phương, Deputy Dean of the School of Medicine and Pharmacy; Dr. Nguyễn Thanh Bình, Deputy Dean of the School of Medicine and Pharmacy; Dr. Cao Mỹ Phượng, Former Director of Tra Vinh Provincial Department of Health and Head of Public Health Department at the School of Medicine and Pharmacy; and Dr. Đặng Diệp Minh Tân, Head of Quality Assurance Department. Plus, representatives from TVU’s units and teachers from the School of Medicine and Pharmacy also attended.

Dr. Nguyễn Thanh Bình emphasized that the conference serves as a platform for stakeholders to collectively discuss and draw conclusions on enhancing the output standards of the university’s Master’s degree program in Health Management.

The Vice Dean of the School of Medicine and Pharmacy at Tra Vinh University expressed hope that the conference would receive valuable contributions, enabling the faculty and relevant parties to finalize the training program and commence its implementation shortly.

Dr. Đặng Diệp Minh Tân, Head of the Quality Assurance Department, coordinated the conference program. The training program of the field was categorized into three groups: Professional research, Working capacity and personal and professional development, and Moral qualities and attitudes. Under professional research, there were sections focusing on medical research, medical activity development, and management of medical facilities and organizations. Work capacity and professional personal development included topics such as independent work, collaboration, adaptation to diverse environments, and continuous learning. Ethical attitudes covered areas like compliance with professional practice laws and professional ethics, as well as social responsibility. Each part consisted of relevant subjects that addressed professional requirements and the number of modules in the training program.

The attendees provide enthusiastic and insightful feedback during the conference. Key suggestions include incorporating certain courses into compulsory teaching, reevaluating the strengths and weaknesses of the training program, and outlining directions for enhancing the output standards to align with the actual curriculum requirements and meet the professional needs of the students. The conference also proposes that the School of Medicine and Pharmacy continue reviewing and refining the training program, ensuring a balanced distribution of modules within the knowledge blocks to fulfill professional needs.

By Thy Truong