(by. Maria Estrella Imperio)
Caritas Christi urget nos!
Ms. Trixie Genevieve D. Manibug, RRT, MPH, Associate Dean of the College of Radiologic Technology and Maria Estrella T. Imperio, a third year BS-Radiologic Technology student represented St. Paul University Philippines in the International Students Academic Conference and The 50th Annual Meeting of Taiwan Society of Radiologic Technologists at Yuanpei University of Medical Technology, Hsinchu, Taiwan on March 24-26, 2017.
The International Students Academic Conference was attended by a delegation of young researchers exclusive only to their partner universities around the world including Philippines, Germany, South Korea, China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Japan, and Taiwan. The said conference engaged students to present their academic papers on Healthcare Management, Biomedical Engineering, Public Health, Biotechnology, Healthcare Information, Life Sciences, Health Care and Pharmaceutical Manufacture. Ms. Imperio presented their study on: “Aging Holistically: A Whole Person Approach for a Healthy Elderly” under Public Health.
Meanwhile, the 50th Annual Meeting of Taiwan Society of Radiologic Technologists fostered an avenue for connecting and strengthening relationships of worldwide professional radiologic technologists and students. The said gathering highlighted the theme: “Towards New Horizons – Challenges for Radiological Technology for the Next 50 Years.” The conference included presentations of research results and new knowledge in radiological science.
Dr. Chiung-Wen Kuo of the Taiwan Society of Radiologic Technologists sent Ms. Manibug and Ms. Imperio, together with the delegates from University of Medical Technology, Mandalay and University of Medical Technology, Yangon to a hospital exposure and training in the Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging units of Mackay Memorial Hospital of Hsinchu.
The said endeavor was a realization of the partnership between St. Paul University Philippines and Yuanpei University of Medical Technology.