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DTU Enrolls for Medicine, Pharmacy, and Nursing in 2022

In-depth professional training based on university’s own capacity
When the Covid-19 pandemic was raging in the academic year 2021–2022 and many students all over in the country could no longer attend university, DTU still ensured its students could attend classes, take exams, and defend their graduation theses online.
DTU students of the Health Sciences in particular were offered the most in-depth knowledge to support the medical sector deal with sudden crises. The favorable conditions for training in the Health Sciences at the university provide 2022 applicants with an opportunity for studies of the highest quality.
In November 2020, Duy Tan University was reorganized into five member schools and two training institutes, as a foundation for future strategic development. Among these, the School of Medicine and Pharmacy is tasked with training the following health sciences majors:
- Nursing, with minor in General Nursing,
- Pharmacy, with minor in Pharmacology,
- Medicine, with minor in General Practitioner,
- Odonto-Stomatology, with minor in Odonto-Stomatology,
- Biotechnology.
After thirteen years of solid strides in training in the health sciences, DTU can offer peace of mind and its prestige, for which many applicants choose the university every enrollment season.
DTU also created many centers for research & development of equipment and products, in service of students and society:
3D Application for Medicine: first prize at 2017 Vietnam Talent Awards, 2018 Sao Khue award, and silver medal at the ASEAN ICT Awards 2018;
eCPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation first aid training system): Sao Khue software excellence award in 2020;
dtu-VENT: full functionality of a professional medical ventilator, meeting the requirements for use in emergencies and to treat Covid-19 patients;
AED-302 Trainer to train defibrillation and cardiopulmonary resuscitation techniques: commercialization agreement with the company Well-Being;
Online Medicine Ecosystem: first prize at the 2021 Youth Drivers for Change awards, first prize and largest impact at Sao Kim 2021, 2021 Vietnam Social Innovation Challenge (VSIC) champion, certificate of merit by the Central Vietnam Youth Union, 2021 Engaged Scholar award from Vietnam Network of Engaged Scholars (VNES).
Internship at Hue Central Hospital right in heart of Covid-19 breakout
Not many training institutions could meet the demand for internships at hospitals to ensure student progress when the pandemic broke out. DTU students could still do internships in 2021 at a huge lot of hospitals: Hue Central Hospital, Danang Hospital, C Hospital, 199th Ministry of Public Security Hospital, 17th Military Zone Hospital, Danang Oncology Hospital, Danang Dermatology Hospital, Danang Lung Hospital, Danang Psychiatric Hospital, etc.
In particular, Hue Central Hospital is the main internship institution for DTU students in Medicine, and it remained so even when it was in the heart of a Covid-19 outbreak. Most recently on November 15, 2021, the university sent 262 students there for internships. Hue Central Hospital created the conditions allowing combining internships with fighting the pandemic. In particular, the hospital performed 876 free PCR tests and provided 150 Covid-19 vaccines, including 100 second and 50 third shots for DTU lecturers and students. During national volunteering week in December 2021, DTU students and lecturers donated 100 units of blood and platelets, helping reduce the dearth of donated blood in Hue.
Solid grasp of preventative medical knowledge in world of turmoil
Covid-19 gave rise to many thoughts on how to be better prepared to deal with disruptive events. DTU currently offers training in subjects like Disaster Medicine, Epidemiology, and Community Health Care, besides simulating possible situations to fully prepare students’ knowledge, skills, and mindset.
Lecturers of these majors are either medical doctors or DTU Global staff of the Health Research Institute. Among them, there is MD Pham Thi Anh Hong, former Deputy-Director of the Danang 115 Emergency Center and lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine who recently worked with a medical institution to found the Free Emergency Aid program, providing emergency relief to people’s homes around the clock and transfer patients to medical institutions free of charge, in the heart of the pandemic.
DTU students in the heart of outbreaks volunteered to work at the An Dong ward medical station, Thua Thien-Hue province, supporting medical personnel by manning checkpoints in Hue, Quang Nam, and Danang. The dynamism of DTU Health Science students greatly inspired the university to continue its efforts in training and providing society with the best quality human resources to ensure a good health to everyone.
(Media Center)