Jun-Yu Fan is a Professor at the Chang Gung University of Science and Technology College of Nursing and as a top executive (Secretary General) of a university for ten years.
Dr. Fan has dedicated her extensive career in nursing to improving nursing education. She and her team are forerunners utilizing flipped classrooms which incorporate blended multi teaching modalities in baccalaureate nursing programs. She also pioneered the development of a unique bridging course along with colleagues from Ministry of Health and Welfare post-graduate training program to smooth the transition process from student nurse to new to practice nurse and has been adapted nationally by many hospitals and nursing schools throughout Taiwan. For the past decade, she has secured 19 competitive research grants from the Taiwan Department of the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), all of them were related to competency-based nursing education projects. She has translated her nursing education research findings into teaching and learning practices and have become a benchmark for nursing schools throughout Taiwan. These research projects have results in 33 peer-reviewed journal publications, 1 OSCE book, 4 book chapters, 4 patents, and 14 oral or poster international presentations. Due to the significant contribution of her work for nursing education, she has been invited to serve as an expert, consultant, grant or international journal reviewer, committee or board member for the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Examination, Taiwan Nurses Association, Taiwan Association of Nursing Education, and numerous nursing schools.
Dr. Fan received her BSN from Chung Shan Medical College in Taiwan, MSN from the University of Maryland School of Nursing, and PhD from the University of Washington School of Nursing.