The Open Campus was held online on May 22, Sunday

The theme of the open campus was "Public health in the digital age", and it covered the rapid development of digital technology in the fields of healthcare and public health in recent years. In Part I, we invited Dr. Teng Liaw from the the University of New South Wales as a keynote speaker and provided a venue to discuss the opportunities, challenges, and public health impacts related to recent advances in health informatics.
In Part II, we gave a presentation on career expectations in the digital age for MPH holders, and also introduced the graduate school. At the end of the session, we had time for an FAQ session to answer questions that we received in advance from participants and frequently asked questions.

Thank you very much for your participation.

Part I: Symposium
Keynote Speech: Recent advances and developments of eHealth for primary healthcare
Teng Liaw
Emeritus Professor, Head, WHO Collaborating Centre on eHealth, The University of New South Wales

Lecture 1: New Frontiers in Digital Medicine: AI-empowered Incident Reporting and Learning for Patient Safety Improvement
Zoie S.Y. Wong
Associate Professor, Division of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, St. Luke’s International University Graduate School of Public Health

Part II: Open Campus
Lecture 2: Career pathways for MPH in the digital age
Kohei Onozaki
Professor, Division of Health Policy and Management, St. Luke’s International University Graduate School of Public Health

Introduction to the MPH Program
- Outline of MPH program curriculum, Admissions and Scholarships
- Faculty Introduction
- FAQ session