Institute of Health Sciences (STIKES) Bali was visited by the representatives of National Taipei University of Nursing and Health Science (NTUNHS) – Taiwan on Thursday, April 21st, 2017. The representatives from NTUNHS were Prof. Nan-Chen Hsieh, Ph.D (President / Rector of NTUNHS), Prof. Shu-Fang Wu, R.N., Ph.D (Director of Research Development Center) and Li-Ju Lin (Director of International Affairs). The visit aimed to initiate international cooperation in academic and cultural fields, including students and faculty exchange, joint teaching / training, research and publications...Read More
Representatives from Nursing Department, College of Medicine, National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) – Taiwan visited STIKES Bali on the 23rd December 2014 to promote the Master Degree: International of Advanced Nursing Program in NCKU. Professor Yen, Miaofen (Director of Nursing Department) who was accompanied by Dr. Carol Lin (Representative of International Office) delivered a presentation about the Master program to all faculties of STIKES Bali.
STIKES Bali and NCKU have started to establish international cooperation in 2013 on student and faculty exchange program and now STIKES Bali is eager to expand the partnership by sending its faculties to NCKU to pursue a higher degree of education.
There has been a great interest among faculties of STIKES Bali to pursue further education in NCKU...Read More
For the 7th times since 2008, STIKES Bali has sent its representatives of lecturers and students to join the Students and Lecturers Exchange Program to Thailand. Now, they are home after spending a blast of weeks in Thailand. Not only that they have learned a whole new experience in nursing school of Thailand’s best nursing academies, but also exchanging culture differences. They also have the chance to visit beautiful places in Thailand and tasting the delicious Thai’s food and beverage.
Bintang Krisna, one of the student participants of this program said “The most unforgettable moment was when I went to the community in Bangkok Thailand to do the community practice. I stayed for several days in the villager’s house to provide health education and services to the villagers...Read More