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Professor Lin, Blossom Yen-Ju


Current position

Professor, Department of Medical Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Medicine, College of Medicine, Chang Gung University, Taoyuan, Taiwan, ROC.   2018.08-present


  • PhD- Health Services Organization and Research, Department of Health Administration, Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA, 1996.08-1999.07

  • MS- Biochemistry, Graduate Institute of Biochemistry, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, 1993.08-1995.07

  • BS- Pharmacy, China Medical College, Taichung, Taiwan, 1988.08-1993.06

Academic Expertise

health services research, health care organizational theory and design, health care organizational behavior, medical education research

Professional Experience

  • 2018.08 – Present. Professor, Department of Medical Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Medicine, Chang Gung University, Taiwan, ROC

  • 2014.08 – 2018.07. Professor, Department of Medical Sociology, China Medical University, Taiwan, ROC

  • 2011.02 – 2014.07. Professor, Department and Institute of Health Service Administration, China Medical University, Taiwan, ROC

  • 2008.02 – 2011.01. Associate professor, Department and Institute of Health Service Administration, China Medical University, Taiwan, ROC

  • 2002.08 – 2008.01. Assistant professor, Department and Institute of Health Service Management, China Medical University, Taiwan, ROC

  • 1999.08 – 2002.07. Assistant professor, Department and Institute of Health Care Administration, Chung Jeng University, Taiwan, ROC

  • 1996.02 – 1996.06. Director, Department of Quality Control, Shin-Phon Pharmaceutical Company, Taichung, Taiwan, ROC.

Professional Certificates of National Boards

Licensed Pharmacist in Taiwan : 

  • License for National Pharmacist Professional Examination
  • License for Examinations for Professional and Technical Personnel

Academic Honors

  • The National Science and Science Council, Annual Research Award (2023.08-2024.07)

  • Chang Gung University, Excellent Teaching Award (2023.08)

  • Chang Gung University, Excellent Teaching Award (Basic Science, College of Medicine) (2023.07)

  • The National Science and Science Council, Annual Research Award (2022.08-2023.07)

  • Chang Gung University, Year 2020 Outstanding Gender Equity Education Personnel Award (teaching and research) (2021.11)

  • The Ministry of Science and Technology, 2021 Annual Research Award (2021.08-2022.07)

  • Taiwan Medical Education Association, 2020 Annual Research Award  (2020.10.17)

  • The Ministry of Science and Technology, 2020 Annual Research Award (2020.08-2021.07)

  • The Ministry of Education, Youth Development Agency, Excellent Teachers Service Learning Award for Colleges and Universities (2016.11)

  • China Medical University, Excellent Textbook Excellence Award-Introduction to Medical Management (Medical Student Edition) (2016.07)

  • China Medical University, Excellent Textbook Outstanding Award-Medical Organization Integration and Management (Wunan Press) (2016.07)

  • China Medical University, Excellent Teaching and Teaching Innovation Teacher (College of Medicine) (2015.11)

  • China Medical University, Excellent Teaching and Teaching Innovation Teacher (College of Public Health) (2013.11)

  • The National Science Council, Biology Division, Outstanding Young Scholar Special Research Project Award (2014.08.01-2017.07.31)

  • The National Science Council, Humanities Division, Outstanding Young Scholar Special Research Project Award (2011.08.01-2014.07.31)

  • Who’s WhoÒ 2009, 2010 name list

  • Zhuang Yizhou Foundation, Annual Research Silver Award (2008.11)

  • The National Science Council, Research Award, 2000 

Academic and Industry Experiences

Academy Experiences: (active#)

  • #BMC Medical Education, Guest Editor for Special Collection- Promoting Health and Well-being in Lifelong Medical Education. 2023.08~ (2023 JCR, SCI, SSCI, Q1 Journal)

  • #BMC Medical Education/Senior Editorial Board Member, 2022.05.02  – present (2023 JCR, SCI, SSCI, Q1 Journal)

  • #Health Care Management Review (HCMR) Editorial Advisory Board Member, 2021.09 – 2024.08 (2023 JCR, SSCI, Q3 Journal)

  • BMC Medical Education, Associate Editor (Editorial Board Member) at the section of Assessment and evaluation of admissions, knowledge, skills and attitudes., 2018.08.01-2022.05.01

  • Ministry of Education, Academic Promotion,  Reviewer, Year 2022.08-2023.07

  • #Ministry of Education, Teaching Practice and Research Project, Reviewer, 2018 – present 

  • Ministry of Education, Department of Higher Education, the Teacher Qualification Examination Reviewer, 2019

  • Ministry of Examination, Department of Senior and Junior Examinations, Drafter-grader 2019

  • China Medical University, Faculty Development Center & Office of Institutional Research, Director, 2016-2017

  • #Taiwan Medical School External Review Committee for the Faculty Promotion in Medical Education, Reviewer, 2015 – present 

  • Taiwan Medical Management Journal, Associate Editor, 2012.12– 2015.12

  • Organization and Management, Special Issue "Medical Management," Guest Editor, 2009 – 2012

  • #Taiwan's national government agencies, Research Project Reviewer: Ministry of Health and Welfare, National Health Insurance Agency, Research and Examination Committee, National Development Commission, National Science Council/Ministry of Science and Technology, etc.

  • #International academic journals, Reviewer: Advances in Health Sciences Education (AHSE)(SSCI Journal), BMC Health Services Research (SCI journal), BMC Medical Education (SCI, SSCI journal), Ergonomics (SCI & SSCI Journal), Health Care Management Review (SSCI Journal), Health Policy (SSCI journal), Health and Quality of Life Outcome (SCI journal), International Journal of Nursing Studies (SSCI journal), Journal of Medical System (SCI journal), Medical Education (SSCI journal)Medical Teacher (SCI journal), Social Science & Medicine (SSCI journal), Teaching and Learning in Medicine (SCI journal), etc.

  • International academic conferences, Reviewer: AOM, Academy Health

  • #Taiwan academic journal, Reviewer: Sun Yat-Sen Management Review, Central Taiwan Magazine,  Taiwan J Public Health, Chang Gung Journal of Science, Journal Of Chang Jung Christian University, Health and Society: A Journal for Dialogue, Bulletin of Educational Psychology, Industry and Management Forum, Journal of Healthcare Management, NTU Management Review, The Journal of Health Science, etc.

  • #Taiwan health care organizations, Research Project Reviewer: China Medical University and hospital, Taichung Veteran General Hospital, etc.

  • National Taiwan University Behavioral Social Sciences Research Ethics Review Committee, Member, 2021.08.01 – 2023.07.31

  • #Ministry of Education, Research Ethic Committee Inspector, 2013 – present 

  • Research Ethic Committee, Board Member: China Medical University (2011.07 – 2018.06), National Changhua University of Education (2013.02 –2015.01)

Industry Experiences:

  • Ministry of Education, UCAN platform, Consultant, 2017-2020, 2024

  • Middle Taiwan Medical Regional Counseling and Medical Resource Integration Program, Consultant, 2013-2016

  • The Pharmaceutical Care Committee of the Federation of Pharmacists, Consultant, 2014 – 2016

  • Fengyuan Hospital, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Medical Ethics Committee, Board Member, 2014-2015

  • Taichung County Health Bureau, Project of Pharmaceutical Cooperation to Improve the Quality of Pharmaceutical Services, Academic Advisor, 2007-2008

  • Taichung Hospital Department of Health, Executive Yuan, Pharmacy Projects, Academic Advisor, 2000-2005

  • Hankang Information Technology Company –Taichung Veteran General Hospital, Balanced Scorecards, Academic Advisor, 2003.07 – 2003.12

  • Xinfeng Pharmaceutical Company, Quality Control Division, Director/Academic Pharmacist, 1996.02 – 1996.06 position

Academic Publications

Journal Articles * Corresponding author

  1. Lin YK, Lin CD, Chen DY, *Lin BYJ. Effects of grit on medical students' well-being during clerkships: Alongitudinal observational cohort study. Frontiers in Medicine. 2024 May 30; 11:1331402. (SCI)
  2. Lin YK, Lin CD, *Lin BYJ. Junior doctors well-being and the determinants based on abilitymotivationopportunity (AMO) theory: educational and managerial implications from a three-year longitudinal observation after graduation.  Medical Teacher.  2024 Mar 9:1-16. doi: 10.1080/0142159X.2024.2322719. (open access) (SCI) 
  3. Chang CH, Huang MC, Chiao YC, Lin BYJ. The Relationship between Strategy and Hemodialysis Performance: The Moderating Role of Competitive Intensity. NTU Management Review. 2022; 32(3):155-186 (TSSCI)
  4. *Lin BYJ. Telling the stories of medical students’ learning at school of medicine using evidence-based social science and behavioral research. National Science and Technology Council, Humanities and Social Sciences Newsletter Quarterly. 2022; 23(4): 103-109. 【invited, in Chinese】 【Free download site: https://www.nstc.gov.tw/nstc/attachments/5444e56f-4117-4cb2-82c4-75b86a5c5738】
  5. Lin YK, *Lin BYJ, Lin CD, Chen DY. Relationship between medical students’ negative perceptions of colleagues’ work–life and burnout during clerkships: a longitudinal observational cohort study. BMJ Open. 2021 Oct 07;11:e049672. (SCI)
  6. Yang YS, Liu PC, Lin YK, Lin CD, Chen DY, *Lin BYJ. Medical students’ preclinical service-learning experience and its effects on empathy in clinical training. BMC Medical Education. 2021 May 26; 21:301. (SSCI)(SCI)
  7. Lin YK, *Lin BYJ, Chen DY. Do teaching strategies matter? The relationships between various teaching strategies and medical students’ well-being during clinical workplace training. Medical Teacher. 2020 Jan;42(1):39-45. (SCI) (Taiwan Medical Education Association, Annual Research Award, 2020.10.17)
  8. Lin YK, Lin CD, *Lin BYJ, Chen DY. Medical students’ resilience: a protective role on stress and quality of life in clerkship. BMC Medical Education. 2019 Dec 27; 19:473 (SSCI)(SCI)
  9. *Lin BYJ, Liu PC, Ku KT, Lee CC. Adaptation of medical students during clinical training: Effects of holistic preclinical education on clerkship performance. Teaching and Learning in Medicine. 2019 Jan-Mar;31(1):65-75. (SCI)
  10. Lin YK, Chen DY, *Lin BYJ. Determinants and effects of medical students' core self-evaluation tendencies on clinical competence and workplace well-being in clerkship. PLoS ONE. 2017 Nov 29;12(11): e0188651. (SCI)
  11. *Lin BYJ. Can community-oriented research be used as a basis for service learning curriculum design? ( Literature Guide:Stoecke R., Loving, K., Reddy, M., & Bollig, N. (2010). Can Community-Based Research Guide Service Learning? Journal of Community Practice, 18 (2-3), 280-296) Taiwan Service-Learning Association Newsletter, 2017.04。【invited, in Chinese】
  12. *Lin BYJ. Service learning and faculty development: integration of faculty service, teaching and research for career development by faculty expertise. Taiwan Service-Learning Association Newsletter, 2017.04。【invited, in Chinese】
  13. *Lin BYJ, et al. Core competence evaluation of student learning effectiveness for medical students. Annual report of UCAN Office of the Ministry of Education, Industrial Technology Research Institute. 2016.06。【invited, Chinese】
  14. Cheng KC, Lee TL, Lin YJ, Liua CS, Lin CC, *Lai SW. (2016). Facility evaluation of resigned hospital physicians: managerial implications for hospital physician manpower. Biomedicine (Taipei). 2016 Dec;6(4):23. 
  15. Lin CD, *Lin BYJ. Training demands on clerk burnout: determining whether achievement goal motivation orientations matter. BMC Medical Education. 2016 Aug 22;16(1):214. (SSCI)(SCI)
  16. Lin CC, *Lin BYJ, Lin CD. Influence of clerks’ personality on their burnout in the clinical workplace: a longitudinal observation. BMC Medical Education. 2016 Jan 28;16:30. (SSCI)(SCI)
  17. Lin CD, *Lin BYJ, *Lin CC, Lee CC. Redesigning a Clinical Mentoring Program for Improved Outcomes in the Clinical Training of Clerks. Medical Education Online. 2015 Sep 16;20:28327. (SSCI)
  18. *Wan TTH, Demachkie MM, Ortiz J, Lin BYJ. Willingness to participate in accountable care organization: healthcare managers’ perspective. The Health Care Manager. 2014 Jan-Mar;33(1):64-74.
  19. Huang HL, Li YCJ, Chou YC, Hsieh YW, Kuo F, Tsai WC, Chai SD, Lin BYJ, Kung PT, Chuang CJ. Effects of and satisfaction with short message service reminders for patient medication adherence: a randomized controlled study. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making. 2013 Nov 16;13:127. (SCI)
  20. Chen W, Shiao WB, *Lin BYJ, Lin CC. Urban and rural married Asian immigrants in Taiwan: Determinants of their physical and mental health. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. 2013 Dec;15(6):1038-47. (SSCI)
  21. Lin BYJ, Lin YK, *Lin CC, Lin TT. Job autonomy, its predispositions and its relation to work outcomes in community health centers in Taiwan. Health Promotion International. 2013 Jun;28(2):166-77. (SSCI)
  22. *Lin BYJ, Huang LH, Lin YK, Fuh LJ, Lee S, Chen E, Lin CC. Factors related to the chemical substance use of physicians, pharmacists, and nurses in Taiwan. International Journal of Public Policy. 2013;9(4/5/6), 416–434. 
  23. Lin BYJ, Lin YK, Juan CW, Lee S, *Lin CC. Moderating role of interior amenities on hospital medical directors’ patient-related work stresses. HERD Journal: Health Environments Research and Design Journal. 2013 Winter;6(2):77-92. (SSCI)
  24. Lin BYJ, Wan TTH, Hsu CPC, Hung FR, Juan CW, *Lin CC. Relationships of hospital-based emergency department culture to work satisfaction and intent to leave of emergency physicians and nurses. Health Services Management Research. 2012;25(2), 68–77.
  25. Lin YL, *Lin BYJ. Investigation of pharmacist willingness to practice on the inter-agencies. Taiwan Medical Journal. 2012;55(11):36-40【in Chinese】
  26. Cheng CY, Lin BYJ, Chang KH, Shu KH, *Wu MJ. Awareness of memory impairment increases the adherence to immunosuppressants in kidney transplant recipients. Transplantation Proceedings. 2012 Apr;44(3):746-8. (SCI)
  27. Lin YK, Chen CP, Tsai WC, Chiao YC, *Lin BYJ. Cost-effectiveness of clinical pathway in coronary artery bypass surgery. Journal of Medical Systems. 2011 Apr;35(2):203-13.  (SCI)
  28. Lin BYJ, Hsu CPC, Juan CW, *Lin CC, Lin HJ, Chen JC. The role of leader behaviors in hospital-based emergency departments' unit performance and employee work satisfaction. Social Science & Medicine. 2011 Jan;72(2):238-46. (SSCI)
  29. Huang LH, Yeh SF, Chen E, *Lin BYJ. Evaluation and Treatment of Medication-related Problems in a Long Term Care Facility. The Journal of Long-term Care. 2010;14(3): 277-291 (in Chinese)
  30. *Lin BY J. Exploratory study for medical professionals’ controlled drug uses: implications from managerial and health policy perspectives. Controlled Drug Report. 2010;45:1-3. 【invited, in Chinese】
  31. *Wang BBL, Wan TTH, Shi SF, Lin BYJ. Has Managed Care Affected Physicians’ Income? International Journal of Public Policy. 2010;6( 3/4):237-246 
  32. *Lin BYJ, Lin YK, Lin CC. Partnership effectiveness in primary community care networks (PCCNs): A national empirical analysis of partners' coordination infrastructure designs. Health Care Management Review.  2010 Jul-Sep;35(3):224-34. (SSCI)
  33. Liau CY, Lin CC, Lin YK, *Lin BYJ. Partnership disengagement from primary community care networks (PCCNs): a qualitative study for a national demonstration project. BMC Health Services Research. 2010 Apr 2;10:87. (SCI)
  34. *Lin BYJ, Hsu CPC, Lee CH, Chao MC. Patient satisfaction in Taiwan hospital-based emergency departments: recommendation for healthcare management and policy. International Journal of Public Policy. 2010;5(2/3):179-193 
  35. *Lin BYJ, Yeh YC, Lin WH. Job design and psychological status of Taiwan pharmacists on job outcomes: an application of job characteristics model. International Journal of Public Policy. 2010;5(2/3):276-293 
  36. Lin BYJ, Lin CC, Lin YK. Patient satisfaction evaluations in different clinic care models: care stratification under a national demonstration project. Health & Place. 2010 Jan;16(1):85-92. (SSCI)
  37. Yeh YC, *Lin BYJ, Lin WH, Wan TTH. Job stress: its relationship to hospital pharmacists’ insomnia and work outcomes. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 2010 Jun;17(2):143-53. (SSCI)
  38. Luh SP, Chen CJ, Lin YR, *Yu MN. A Study of the Personal Traits and Knowledge Base of Taiwanese Medical Students on the Instruction Effects of Problem-based Learning. Psychological Testing. 2008;55(2):435-462【in Chinese】(TSSCI)
  39. *Lin BYJ, Hsu CPC, Chao MC, Luh SP, Hung SW, Breen GM. Physician and nurse job climates in hospital-based emergency departments in Taiwan: management and implications. Journal of Medical Systems. 2008 Aug;32(4):269-81.  (SCI) 
  40. *Lin BYJ, Leu WJ, Breen GM, Lin WH. Servicescape: physical environment of hospital pharmacies and hospital pharmacists' work outcomes. Health Care Management Review. 2008 Apr-Jun;33(2):156-68. (SSCI)  Zhuang Yizhou Foundation, Annual Research Silver Award (2008.11)
  41. Juan CW, *Chen JC, Lin HJ, Lin BYJ, Lin L, Lin YP, Chen HC. Taiwan’s emergency physician manpower resources and distribution study. Journal of Emergency Medicine, Taiwan. 2007;9(1):S26-S34【in Chinese】 (TSCI)
  42. Tsai CY, Wang MC, Liao WT, Lu JH, Sun PH, *Lin BYJ, Breen GM. Hospital outpatient perceptions of the physical environment of waiting areas: the role of patient characteristics on atmospherics in one academic medical center. BMC Health Services Research. 2007 Dec 5;7:198. (SCI)
  43. Luh SP, Yu MN, Lin YR, Chou MJ, Chou MC, Chen JY. A study on the personal traits and knowledge base of Taiwanese medical students following problem-based learning instructions. Annals of the Academy Medicine, Singapore. 2007 Sep;36(9):743-50. (SCI)  
  44. *Lin BYJ. Integration in primary community care networks (PCCNs): examination of governance, clinical, marketing, financial, and information infrastructures in a national demonstration project in Taiwan. BMC Health Services Research.  2007 Jun 19;7:90.  (SCI)
  45. *Lin BYJ, Yeh YC, Lin WH. The influence of job characteristics on job outcomes of pharmacists in hospital, clinic, and community pharmacies in Taiwan. Journal of Medical Systems. 2007 Jun;31(3):224-9. (SCI)
  46. *Lin BYJ, Luh SP, Lee CH. The effect of Taiwan’s National Health Insurance program on hospital physician perceptions of their careers ten years after implementation – a survey study. International Journal of Public Policy. 2007;2(3/4):264–280. 
  47. *Lin BYJ, Chao TH, Yao Y, Tu SM, Wu CC, Chern JY, Chao SH, Shaw KY. How can activity-based costing methodology be performed as a powerful tool to calculate costs and secure appropriate patient care? Journal of Medical Systems. 2007 Apr;31(2):85-90.  (SCI)  
  48. *Wang BB, Wan TTH, Burke DE, Bazzoli GJ, Lin BYJ. Factors influencing health information system adoption in American hospitals. Health Care Management Review. 2005 Jan-Mar;30(1):44-51. (SSCI)
  49. *Luh SP, Lin YR, Chen JY, Chou MJ. Scoring principles in a test: the item response theory. Medical Education. 2005;9(3):278-281【in Chinese】 (TSCI)
  50. Luh SP, *Lin YR, Chen JY. Content Validity and Factor Analysis of the Peer Evaluation Sheet for Problem Based Learning Performance. Medical Education. 2005;9(20):138-148 【in Chinese】(TSCI)
  51. Luh SP, *Lin BYJ. Relationship of Taiwan health care industry and the insures: analysis based on medical economic and game theories. Taiwan Medical Journal. 2005;48(3):44-49【in Chinese】
  52. Luh SP, Lin YR, Lin CS, Lee MC, Chen JY. Teaching tips: the students' and tutor's role in problem-based learning. Medical Education. 2004;8(3):358-362 【in Chinese】(TSCI)
  53. *Wan TTH, Lin BYJ, Wang BBL. The effects of care management effectiveness and practice autonomy on physicians’ practice and career satisfaction. Research in the Sociology of Health Care. 2004;25:3-44
  54. *Wan TTH, Lin BYJ. Social Capital, Health Status, and Health Services Use among Older Women in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Research in the Sociology of Health Care. 2003;21:163-180
  55. *Wan TTH, Lin BYJ, Ma A, Allison R. Integration mechanisms and efficiency in integrated healthcare delivery systems. Journal of Medical Systems. 2002 Apr;26(2):127-43.  (SCI)
  56. *Wan TTH, Ma MS, Lin BYJ. Integration and the performance of healthcare networks: do integration strategies enhance efficiency, profitability, and image? International Journal of Integrated Care. 2001;1:e39. (SCI)(SSCI)
  57. Lin YJ, *Wan TTH. The effect of organizational and environmental factors on integrated healthcare networks’ service differentiation strategy.  Health Services Management Research. 2001 Feb;14(1):18-26. 
  58. Lin BYJ, *Wan TTH. Analysis of integrated healthcare networks' performance: a contingency-strategic management perspective. Journal of Medical Systems. 1999 Dec;23(6):467-85. (SCI)

Book Chapters, Books, Videos, etc. * Corresponding author

  1. Interview: Blossom Yen-Ju Lin. Medical students' resilience in clinical training. Editor/Writer 黃詩茹, Photographer 汪正翔. Humanity Island, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Science and Technology Council. 2022.09.14. 【https://humanityisland.nccu.edu.tw/blossom-yen-ju-lin/】
  2. Book: Lin BYJ, Chern CY. (2nd ed. Translators). Healing Environments: Design for the Body, Mind, & Spirit. (Author: Barbara J.) Wunan Book Publishing Co., Ltd. ISBN:9789577636157. 2019.10
  3. Book: Lin BYJ. Health Care Organization and Integration. (2nd ed.) Wunan Book Publishing Co., Ltd. ISBN:9789571181448. 2015.06.11
  4. Book: Lin BYJ (ed.) To See the World: Aboriginal Service Leaning. Executive Office of the Cultural Ability Development Program of China Medical University. 2017.07
  5. Interview & Video: Cover Story: Excellent Teacher in the Service Learning Award Program of the Youth Development Agency of the Ministry of Education: Professor Blossom Yen-Ju Lin. National Education Broadcasting Station, Youth Story House. 2017.05.30,23:00。【https://youtu.be/mPYgaMIsTd0】
  6. Interview & VideoHappy Elder: Community Service Team in China Medical University. DaAi Headlines.2016.08.24/14:30, 2016.08.23/12:30, 2016.08.23/17:00 & 23:50; 2016.08.24/05:00, 2016.08.25/02:10 (Interviewed faculty: Professor Blossom Yen-Ju Lin.)【https://youtu.be/ZLQ1nOB7xxU】
  7. Video: Lin BYJ. Promotion animation for evidence based medical education at of China Medical University. Office of Teaching Excellence of China Medical University, 2015.12.10
  8. Book Chapter:*Lin BYJ, Yeh YC, Lin WH. Hospital pharmacists’ job stresses: managerial recommendation for professional work health. In: Rachel V. Schwartzhoffer, ed., Psychology of Burnout: Predictors and Coping Mechanisms. NOVA, New York, USA. 2010.02. (Book Chapter)(ISBN: 978-1-60876-010-7) (ISBN:978-1-61324-427-2 ebook)
  9. Book Chapter:*Lin BYJ, Wan TTH. Social Capital and Partnership Opportunities: Management Implication in Integrated Healthcare Networks. In Leonie A. Klein and Emily L. Neumann, Integrated Healthcare Delivery. NOVA, New York, USA. 2008. (Book Chapter) ISBN: (978-1-60456-851-6.) (ISBN: 978-1-60876-302-3 eBook)
  10. Book: Lin BYJ. Integrated Care and Management: Value of Health Care Organizations. (1nd ed.) Wunan Book Publishing Co., Ltd. ISBN:978-957-11-4617-1. 2007.02
  11. Book: Lin BYJ, Chern CY. (1st ed. Translators). Healing Environments: Design for the Body, Mind, & Spirit. (Author: Barbara J.) Wunan Book Publishing Co., Ltd. ISBN:978-957-11-4601-0. 2007.02
  12. Book: Lin BYJ. Value of Health Care Organizations: Principles of Integrated Care Design. Futaba Book Gallery Co., Ltd. ISBN:957-8555-87-3. 2003.12
  13. Book: Lin BYJ, Chern CY. (1nd ed. Translators). Financial management of health care organizations: an Introduction to fundamental tolls, concepts, and applications. Futaba Book Gallery Co., Ltd. ISBN: 986-7433-45-9. 2002 (1st ed), 2006 (2nd ed.)
  14. Lin BYJ. Determinants of Integrated Health Networks’ Performance: Organizational Analysis from a Contingency-Strategic Management Perspective. Dissertation. Virginia Commonwealth University. USA. 1999.06


Teaching Courses

Undergraduate and Graduate program of Health Administration, 1999-2014

  • Management

  • Human Resource Management

  • Organizational Behavior

  • Service Learning

  • Integrated Care and Management

  • Research teaching

  • Theses and Dissertation advisor

School of Medicine, 2014-2018

  • Health Care Management

  • PBL

  • Service Learning

  • Research teaching

School of Medicine, 2018~

  • Health Sociology/Medical Sociology

  • Gender and Medicine

  • Health Services ResearchMethodology in Social and Behavior Sciences


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