Data Collection of Medical Support Difference Analysis in Taiwanese Aboriginal Tribes

Project Details


The project hopes to use the Aboriginal Commission and the Ministry of Healthand Welfare data to integration data related to aboriginal tribes medical needs andrelated traffic demand parameters. By using GIS, we can integrate the aboriginal tribalhealth indicators. Use a questionnaire and the introduction of artificial materials, weremade available to ask Aboriginal-related needs. Introducing the questionnaire willhelp to introduce the knowledge of cultural differences between different tribes.Health care unit is in fact the most relevant units to the practical medical need ofaboriginal tribe people. The program also introduced the use of a questionnaire to thehealth care unit, questionnaire system to obtain medical care for their opinion onaboriginal tribe people needs, feelings and other contact with aboriginal statistics.Traffic could be a very big culprit in aboriginal medical care. The projectexpected to use GIS data of various aboriginal tribes and several medical institutionsfrom the closest reference data into the database as a reference. The project will usegoogle to establish the position of each aboriginal tribe, to calculate the closestdistance and traffic information several regional medical institutes.Obviously Aboriginal medical problem is not only remote rural area problem. Inaddition to the simple distance problem, there are many cultural differences incommunication with medical care units. Many habits and word of mouth reputation,and other kind of cultural differences are very important factors. By analyzing dataand questionnaire can know which habits are different and assistants are needed.By comparing the above data, taking into consideration the medical institutes andtraffic data related aboriginal tribes, the degree of difference in the analysis. Theresults will have space for multi-dimensional analysis of the results of thequestionnaire, then the gap between the largest project evaluation and deletingunreasonable or erroneous interpretation of section repeatedly repeat analysis step, wewill be drawn the most important medical resources.Expected to collect a total of 20 tribes from different mountains, plains, eastern,western, each questionnaire habits and needs medical treatment for 20 to 30 people ofthe analysis, and in line with the Government Big Data integration analysis in order toprovide the formulation of future policy reference, and strengthen the supportmeasures "to improve health care resource utilization !!"SP1: This sub-project in charge of making visits and questionnaires practices andAboriginal, health care contacts. Will analyze the data collected and SP2 aftergovernment data integration post SP3.SP2: This sub-project in charge of construction of information platform, database definitions, build and Platform for data entry, government data and information visitsof SP1 after binding post SP3 analysis.SP3: This sub-project in charge of for the construction and output analysisprocess. The information collected will be responsible for SP1 and SP2 governmentdata integration in the data analysis process. The use of SAS, R, Weka statisticalanalysis, data mining software for analysis and decide the relevant weight in theprocess.
Effective start/end date1/06/1630/09/17

UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This project contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities
  • SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
  • SDG 17 - Partnerships for the Goals


  • Aboriginal
  • Health care resources
  • and big data integration
  • differential analysis


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