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Chia-Chun Li

About Me: 

I am a Taiwanese girl, but I have been in U.S. for 4 years to pursue my doctoral degree in nursing at the University of Texas at Austin.

I was a nurse in the medical center and worked in general surgery for three years, and I always interacted with clients with colon cancer, gastric cancer, or breast cancer.

Now I am a doctoral candidate and working on a study for my dissertation. I hope I can recruit plenty women to join in my study, and then I can graduate as soon as possible.

After I graduated, I want to be a researcher, take a leadership role in nursing to do research for clients, and teach students and clinical nurses.

My Passions: 
love, learning and contribution
My Challenges: 
be patient
My Vision for the Future: 
My Areas of Expertise: 
nursing care
My Languages: 
Mandarin, English

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