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School of Nursing

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Chiang Yueh-Tao

Assistant Professor 

Yueh-Tao  Chiang

Contact Information
Chang Gung University School of Nursing
259 Wen-Hwa 1st Road, Kwei-Shan Tao-Yuan,Taiwan
E-mail: 
lisachiang@mail.cgu.edu.tw
TEL: +886-3-2118800 ext.  3866
FAX: +886-3-2118800 ext.  5326
Education
 
PhD Chang Gung University, Tao-Yuan, Taiwan  2014
MS Fu Jen Catholic University New Taipei City, Taiwan   2006
BS Fu Jen Catholic University New Taipei City, Taiwan   2000
Teaching Subjects
Pediatric Nursing
Practicum in Pediatric Nursing
Human Development
Research Direction
 
Health promoting behaviour
exercise behaviour
congenital heart disease
prematurity
children and adolescent development
nursing education
Appointments
2015/8 - present       Assistant​ Professor                                                          
         Chang Gung University  College of Medicine, School of Nursing
2014/1 - present       International Researcher              
         Catholic University of Leuven,Centre for Congenital Heart Disease
2008/8 - 2015/7       Lecturer
         Fu-Jen Catholic University  College of Medicine, Department of Nursing 
         (pediatric nursing, Clinical practice of pediatric nursing)
2009/2 - 2009/8       Visiting scholar
         Catholic University of Leuven, Centre for Health Services and Nursing Research  
2000/8 - 2008/7       Clinical instructor
         Fu-Jen Catholic University  College of Medicine, Department of Nursing 
         (pediatric nursing, Clinical practice of pediatric nursing, Clinical practice of basic 
         nursing science, Practicum of Human Development)
1998/8 - 2000/7       Nursing specialist
         Shin Kong Wu Ho-Su Memorial Hospital Department of Emergency
1996/5 - 1998/7       Clinical nurse
         Shin Kong Wu Ho-Su Memorial Hospital  Department of Emergency
1991/8 - 1995/4       Clinical nurse
         Chang Gung Memorial Hospital
Research Interests
 

type 1 diabetes, congenital heart disease, transition care, rare disease, Health promoting behaviour, exercise behaviour, children and adolescent development

Research Experiences
 
  1. Study on Development and Evaluation of Mobile APP "Health Care CEO" for Patients with Type 1 Diabetes Aged 16-25. [PI,NMRPD1H0881] (2018/8/1- present)
  2. The life experiences and health care needs of type 1 diabetes during the transition phase on patients aged between 16 and 25. [PI,NMRPD1G1381] (2017/8/1-2018/7/31)
  3. The predictive model of transiently lost to follow-up among patients with congenital heart disease in Taiwan(2012-2017)
  4. Needs of adolescents and young adults with congenital heart disease regarding transitional care: Delphi method. (2013/8-2014/7)
  5. Living experiences in adolescent to early adulthood patients with congenital heart disease. (2012/8- 2013/7)
  6. Self-regulation theory on exercise for adolescents with congenital heart disease. (2011/8-2012/7)
  7. Exercise experience for adolescents with mild congenital heart disease. (2010/8-2011/7)
  8. The life cultivation of nursing education touched by care, concern and compassion. (2005/8-2007/7)
  9. Parents’ caring experiences of children with Prader-Willi syndromes in Taiwan. (2004/7-2005/5)
Publications
 
  1. Y. T. Chiang, C.W. Chang, Q. C. Zheng, Y.Y. Chiu, H. Y. Yu, & S. F. Lin (2018). Mind mapping: A creative development in pediatric nursing practice. Yuan-Yuan Nursing, 12(2),50-57. (Chinese).
  2. C.W. Chang, Y. T. Chiang, & H. Y. Yu (2017). Clinical application of therapeutic play in children. Yuan-Yuan Nursing,11(1), 44-51. DOI: 10.6530/YYN (Chinese).

  3. Chen, C. W., Su, W. J., Chiang, Y. T., Shu, Y. M., & Moons, P. (2017). Healthcare needs of adolescents with congenital heart disease transitioning into adulthood: A Delphi survey of patients, parents, and healthcare providers. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, Advanced Online Publication.(SCI)*Yueh-Tao Chiang,

  4. Y. T. Chiang, H.Y. Yu, & C.W. Chang (2016). Impact of Type 1 Diabetes during the Transition Phase on Patients Aged between 16 and 25 and the Nursing Trends. Chang Gung Nursing,27 (3),342-352. (Chinese).

  5. *Chiang, Y.T. , Chen, C.W., & Chen, Y.C. (2015 ). Between invisible defects and visible impact: the living experiences of adolescents and young adults with congenital heart disease. Journal of Advanced Nursing,71(3),599-608. (SCI)

  6. Chen, C. W., Su, W. J., Wang, J. K., Yang, H. L., Chiang, Y. T., & Moons, P. (2015). Physical self-concept and its link to cardiopulmonary exercise tolerance among adolescents with mild congenital heart disease. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 14(3), 206-213. (SCI)

  7. *Chiang, Y.T., Lu, C.W., Su, W.J., Tsay, P.K., Wang, J.C., & Chen, C.W. (2013). Designing a self-regulated program of exercise for adolescents with congenital heart disease. Fu-Jen Journal of Medicine,11(3), 225-236. (Chinese)

  8. *Chiang, Y.T., Chen, C.W. , Tsay, P.K., Chen, C.M., & Tang, S.T. (2012). Literature review of the prevalence of end-of-life symptoms in children. VGH Nursing,29(4), 374-381. (Chinese)

  9. *Chiang, Y.T. , Chen, C.W., & Chen, Y.C. (2011). From limitation to mastery: Exercise experience for adolescents with mild congenital heart disease. Journal of clinical Nursing, 20, 2266-2276. (SCI)

  10. Shiau, S.J., Chiang, Y.T., Huang, Y.C., & Chiu, P.R. (2009). To explore the embracing 3C in the master course of nursing theory. Fu-Jen Journal of Medicine, 7(1), 9-16. (Chinese)

  11. Shiau, S.J., Chiang, Y.T., Huang, Y.C., & Chiu, P.R., Feng, R.F., Heh, S.C., & Chen, C.W. (2006). Thelife cultivation of nursing education touched by care, concern and compassion .Journal of Medical Education, 10(1), 1-7.

Books
 
  1. Shiau, H.N., Xu., J.C., & Chiang, Y.T. (2012)Nursing Ethical and Case Analysis(2nd ed). New Taipei City: Gao Li.(Chinese) (ISBN:9864123882)
  2. Sole, Klein, & Moseley (2009). Introduction to Critical Care Nursing(5th ed). Elsevier: Taiwan. Authorized translation from English language to Chinese about Neurological System. (ISBN:9789571157610)

  3. Chiang, Y.T., & Niu, D.M. (2001). Understanding Insulin-Dependent Diabetes. Taipei: Association of Congenital and Inherited Metabolic Disease ,Republic of China. Authorized translation from English language to Chinese.

Presentations
 
  1. Yueh Tao Chiang, Chi Wen Chang, Hsing Yi Yu, & Fu Sung Lo (2019). The Life Experiences of 16-25-Year-Old Patients With Type 1 Diabetes. 30th Sigma International Nursing Research Congress Calgary Alberta , Canada , 25, July - 29 July,2019. (poster presentation)
  2. Yueh Tao Chiang, Chi Wen Chang, Hsing Yi Yu, & Fu Sung Lo (2018. Healthcare Needs of 16-25-year-old Patients With Type 1 Diabetes: Meta-Synthesis. 29th Sigma International Nursing Research Congress Melbourne , Australia , 19, July - 23 July,2018. (poster presentation)
  3. Life Experience of Patients with Type 1 Diabetes from Late Adolescence to Early Adulthood: Meta-synthesis. ICN 2017, Barcelona, Spain, 27, May -1, June,2017. (poster presentation)
  4. The Impacts and Care Trends of Type 1 Diabetes during the Transition Phase on Patients Aged between 16 to 25. 11th IDF-WPR Congress & 8th AASD Scientific Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, 27-30, Oct,2016. (poster presentation)
  5. The Predictive model of transiently lost to follow-up among patients with congenital heart disease in Taiwan.10th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference, Sao Pulo, razil, 18-19, Aug, 2016. (oral presentation)
  6. Health care needs in adolescents into young Adults with congenital heart disease: A Delphi survey of patients, parents and health care providers. European Society of Cardiology, London, UK, Aug, 2015. (Best Poster Presentation)
  7. Needs of adolescents and young adults with congenital heart disease regarding transitional care. Asia-Pacific Nursing Research Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, Sep, 2014 (poster presentation) (Best Poster Presentation).
  8. Between invisible defects and visible impacts: The living experience of adolescents and young adults with congenital heart disease. 8th ICN INP/APNN Conference, Helsinki, Finland, Aug, 2014. (poster presentation).
  9. Parents’ Caring Experiences of Children with Prader-Willi Syndromes in Taiwan. 23rd Annul Nursing Research Conference, Taichung, Taiwan, Sep, 2007 (poster presentation)