On 18-19 May 2019, the China Conference of Maternal and Child Health, jointly organized by the China Preventive Medicine Association (CPMA), The George Institute for Global Health (TGI) and United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), was held in Beijing. With the theme focussed on the entire life cycle, safeguarding maternal and child health, more than 100 domestic and international experts in the fields of maternal and child health, reproductive health, vaccination and immunization, to name a few, attended and presented their research at the conference. Over 1,700 people from all levels of maternal and child healthcare, medical and physical examination institutions as well as community (township) health service centres, disease control institutions, medical colleges and research institutes, attended the conference.
On April 17, 2019, JAMA Cardiology, an internationally renowned medical journal, published the results of the Phase 3 Clinical Pathway for Acute Coronary Syndrome in China (CPACS-3), led by Professor Yangfeng Wu, Honorary senior research fellow at The George Institute China and the Deputy Director of the Peking University Clinical Research Institute.
For the first time, the World Health Organisation’s World Health Statistics have this year been disaggregated by sex. This is an important step forward in the drive to identify and understand gender inequalities, and one that is to be welcomed wholeheartedly.
Rong Luo is a research fellow at the George Institute for Global Health, China. Currently, she is working on the Nutrition and Lifestyle Program. What are some of her takeaways from her six years here so far? Let’s walk through her story.
In a time of modern industrial revolution, a move towards more intelligent and efficient and effective models of care has become a consensus in the healthcare industry. SMARThealth, has not only brought about a near subversive change across the whole process of healthcare services, but has provides characteristics of application feasibility and value-add for clients and various stakeholders.
Every year on March 8, the world celebrates International Women’s Day with different themes and social activities ranging from appreciation towards women to the focus on women’s political and human rights.
International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8th around the world every year, with thousands of events taking place throughout the month to mark the economic, political and social achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender equity.
Nadila Duolikun began her clinical training over eight years ago. She joined The George Institute for Global Health in 2017, focusing on non-communicable diseases, specifically diabetes in rural and urban China.