• James Ford II

Member of Faculty Lab:

  • James Ford II
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Te-Lien Ku

Graduate student

Te-Lien holds a Bachelor of Pharmacy (2009) from Taipei Medical University, Taiwan. As a registered pharmacist with over ten years of experience in hospital and community pharmacy, he had extensive experience in patient education and was interested in research that focused on social ecological factors that affect patients' medication-related health behaviors.To this end, Te-Lien pursued a Master's degree in Public Health (2019) from National Taiwan University, Taiwan. Through this program, he developed and interest in patient-reported-outcome (PRO) measurement and psychometrics, especially in long-term care and family cargiving. His Master's thesis was titled "Reliability and Validity of Family Caregiver Medication Administration Hassle Scale-Chinese Version" and involved a cross-sectional questionnaire survey and psychometric tool development.