Student Exchange Program

Undergraduate and Graduate Programs at Hanoi Medical University

06-01-2015

Undergraduate Programs

Lecturers at Hanoi Medical University provide supervision for undergraduate assignments in the areas highlighted below:

Ø Global Health,

Ø   Prevalence And Risk Factors Of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Among Adults In Hanoi City, Vietnam.

Ø  Elderly health care,

Ø  Nutrition status of students in universities & related factor

Ø  School health

Ø  The Family as Recovery Capital for HIV+ IDUs in Hanoi

Ø Hospital  management

Ø  Nutrition status of bearing age women and related factors,

Ø  Environmental Health

Ø  KAP of pregnant women on nutrition and health care

Ø Health care system

Ø   Monitoring and Assessment of Health project

Ø Health  project management

Ø  Nutrition status of preschool children and related factors

Ø Hospital quality management

Ø  Health Humane resource management

Ø Health planning

Ø  Health strategic planning

Ø Health policy

Ø  Planning and management Strategy Planning

Ø Science Research methodology

Ø   Planning and Management Project

Ø Advanced statistics

Ø  Health Determinants

Ø  Prevalence And Risk Factors Of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Among COPD patients at Respiratory center, Bach Mai Hospital,  Hanoi, Vietnam.

Ø  Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice of Medical Doctors in Diagnosis and Management of COPD in Vietnam.

Ø  Prevalence of Depression and Anxiety Symptoms in Patients with Non-Cystic fibrosis Bronchiectasis at Respiratory Center- Bach Mai Hospital, Hanoi, Vietnam.

Ø  Biomarker inflammation of asthma and COPD overlap syndrome at Respiratory center, Bach Mai Hospital, Hanoi, Vietnam.

Ø  Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice of Patient In Diagnosis And Management Of COPD In Vietnam.

 

Graduate Programs

Professors at Hanoi Medical University have experience in supervising foreign postgraduate students in various topics below:

Ø Community Nutrition

Ø  Nutrition status of students in universities and related factors

Ø  Clinical Nutrition,

Ø  Nutrition status of preschool children and related factors,

Ø Food safety

Ø  KAP of pregnant women on nutrition and health care

Ø Aging Health

Ø  Measuring Universal Health Coverage in Vietnam

Ø Imbalance of sex ration at birth

Ø  Patients’ satisfactory and related factors

Ø Needs in Health services

Ø  Patients’ capacities in access health services

Ø Quality of cancer care

Ø  Evaluation of hospital quality

Ø Health behavior

Ø  Evaluation of health projects’ impact and effectiveness

Ø Risk factor of breast cancer

Ø  Evaluation of health resources and allocation of health resources

Ø Intervention of non-communicable diseases,

Ø  Hygiene behavior and school health

Ø Gender, health and inequality

Ø  Physical Activity in non-communicable disease prevention and treatment

Ø AIDS : Scale-Up,

Ø  HIV incidence and risk factors among MSM in two cities in Vietnam: A prospective observational study

Ø The Family as Recovery Capital for HIV+ IDUs in Hanoi-Vietnam

Ø  Social Support, Social Networks and HIV Prevention Behaviors among People Who Inject Drugs in two provinces of Vietnam

Ø Research on treatment of vomiting by acupuncture

Ø  Clinical features and outcome of  Klebsiella pneumonia bacteremia in adult

Ø Decline of CD4 T- cells unknown reasons

Ø  HIV and assessment the effectiveness of HCV treatment in people co-infected with HCV

Ø HIV in Vietnam

Ø  Epidemiology of patients co-infected HCV

Ø Sustainability and Country Ownership: The Social and Structural Determinants of the Next Phase of HIV/AIDS Policy in Vietnam

 

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