Weekly Lunchtime Research Training is an annual program of The George Institute, China. With the aim of increasing the overall research capacity, the training opens to internal staff only and is hosted by researchers with rich experiences.
As the year 2016 is coming to an end and we will soon embrace the year of Rooster, The George Institute, China would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere appreciation for your continued trust and steady support for our research work.
This year has been the second year in which The George Institute, China joined Chunmiao Foundation's plantlets medical program. Under the guidance of Chunmiao Foundation, our volunteers went to Fuwai, Bayi and Anzhen hospitals to visit sick children on Christmas Eve of 2016.
It's the time of year when everyone indulges. However, new research from The George Institute for Global Health has revealed huge variations in the sugar, fat, salt and energy content of those favorite items in the Christmas hamper.
A report named “Deepening Health Reform in China: building high-quality and value-based service delivery” was released jointly by the World Bank, WHO and China Ministry of Finance, the National Health and Family Planning Commission and the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security in Beijing on July 22, 2016.
China Diabetes Society committee meeting was held in Zunyi, Guizhou on September 30, 2016. It marked the launch of ROADMAP study (road to hierarchical diabetes management at primary care settings in China).
The China Center for mHealth Innovation (CCmHI), housed at the George Institute, China together with the department of Child, Adolescent and Women’s Health, School of Public Health, Peking University, has released the new research report on Mobile technology application in maternal and child health in China.
The George Institute's lifesaving SMS program has been awarded $750,000 in this year's Google Impact Challenge by a panel of judges including Lucy Turnbull, CSIRO chief executive Dr Larry Marshall, David Gonski and the worldwide head of Google.org, Jacquelline Fuller.