The 2018 Design and Statistical Analysis of Clinical Studies Training Program, organized by the Heart Health Research Center (hereafter abbreviated as HHRC), was successfully held in Beijing on September 17 2018. Over 40 doctors, trainees and medical practitioners, from 16 hospitals and medical research organizations from across the country completed the two-day training course with an empty cup mentality.
Xuanchen (Ted) Tao is responsible for the SMARTDiabetes study. He is committed to applying the mobile health techniques and the family health promoter model to improve the self-management of patients with type 2. Let’s step into his story.
"Generally speaking, we hope what we are doing can contribute to the cultivation of healthier lifestyles. Specifically, we hope all these researches can change the traditional mode of nutritional intervention, and find more cost-effective ways to help people to develop healthier diet habits. Meanwhile, the pre-packaged food data we collected can provide evidence for food policy makers."
On 8 June, 2018, the INTERACT3 (INTEnsive care bundle with blood pressure reduction in Acute Cerebral hemorrhage Trial) study’s first investigator meeting was held successfully in Chengdu. Participants included principal investigators from Australia and China, and more than 160 doctors from 85 participating hospital sites in China.
In 2018, the 4th European Stroke Organization Conference (ESOC) was held successfully in Gothenburg, Sweden during 16 to 18 May. Over 4,500 experts, scholars and health professionals in the field of stroke from 90 countries gathered on a record scale for this conference. This included 85 people registered from China. Several members of The George Institute China, led by Executive Director Professor Craig Anderson, were invited to the conference and made keynote speeches and poster communications.