“Breaking through professional boundaries! Taitung AIDS Forum focuses on knowledge training and sharing of new knowledge”
Citizen journalist APo / Taitung interview report
Today I specially came to the[112 Years of AIDS and Drug Love Multicultural Forum]co-organized by the Taitung County Health Bureau and the Red Ribbon Foundation.
This forum invites relevant staff: doctors, personal therapists, medical examiners, nurses, etc. to conduct front-line knowledge training to enhance their understanding of current AIDS prevention and treatment policies, and has received strong support from the Department of Disease Control and Prevention of the Ministry of Health and Welfare. .
I am very happy to have the opportunity to interview professional speakers from various fields, including Lin Junhong, social worker director of Taiwan Red Ribbon Foundation, who will talk about HIV prevention and contact tracing from SDGS. In addition, manager Zhu Yusheng will share his experience in contact tracing of infected people. CEO Zhang Qiwei of Mango Game Co., Ltd. will use games to create an immersive experience and teach case communication skills. Dr. Du Hanxiang, an attending physician in the Department of Intensive Care Medicine of Chimei Medical Center, will share New international knowledge on AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, and acupuncture treatment methods.
Throughout the day, speakers shared important ideas and participants demonstrated a high level of enthusiasm. We discussed in depth how SDGs can be integrated into daily life and work, promoting relationships and issues through game interactions and stories, new knowledge on international AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, and acupuncture treatment methods and other related issues, as well as unforgettable experiences.
Manager Zhu Yusheng said: “If you are already infected, please don’t give up on yourself. In Taiwanese society, there are many friends and work partners in the AIDS field who have been working hard on this. As long as you take medicine steadily, As long as the virus cannot be detected for six months, it means U=U is not detectable and is not contagious. Protect yourself and protect others.”
Dr. Du Hanxiang shared: “The most important concept comes from respect between people, so that everyone can better understand this disease. I hope that the future society and medical environment will be friendly, and let us work together to build a more equal and better society.” A friendly and healthier social environment.”
AIDS prevention and control is a global challenge. We believe that through such forums, professionals will be better equipped to face this challenge by enhancing their knowledge and skills. Thank you all for participating and look forward to more activities in the future that can promote the progress of AIDS prevention and treatment.
Here, I would like to thank every participant for their enthusiastic participation, thank all the speakers for their wonderful speeches, thank the organizers and co-organizers for their thoughtful arrangements, and thank every frontline staff for their hard work. It is precisely because of everyone’s joint efforts. With hard work, this forum was successfully held. We look forward to the future, where we can join hands with more partners to continue our efforts in AIDS prevention and control, and to promise Taiwan an AIDS-free future.
Taiwan Red Ribbon Foundation official website: https://www.taiwanaids.org.tw/