The National Centre for Chronic and Non-communicable Disease Control and Prevention of Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (NCNCD, China CDC) and The George Institute for Global Health, Injury Division, have signed an expanded Memorandum of Understanding in Sydney that is set to shift the way the two countries manage and treat the burden of injury and chronic diseases throughout the region.
On 28 April, 2018, the first China-Australia Alumni Reception of The George Institute for Global Health was successfully held in Beijing, hosted by The George Institute China. Approximately 30 doctors from a wide range of disciplines across China who have studied at The George Institute for Global Health headquarters in Sydney, Australia, gathered to reconnect with old friends, forge new friendships, share experiences, and gain new insights into health and medical research.
Taxes on soft drinks, alcohol and tobacco are a powerful response to rising rates of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) worldwide, according to the most comprehensive analysis to date of evidence on expenditure, behaviour and socio-economic status, published today in The Lancet.
"Now, my work is to expand mHealth to a range of fields, such as electronic health, the health science and technology, and to promote the research of this area. We not only focus on how to develop a product, but also try to merge digital solution into the healthcare system and the management and prevention of diseases."
The 1000 days from pregnancy to the baby's second birthday, is known as the Golden 1000 Days, which is key to shaping baby’s health and success in the future. However, the busy activities of antenatal examinations, vaccination, and breastfeeding, can be very challenging for young mothers. To help them cope better and assist in achieving better health and growth in babies, The George Institute China (GI China), China Children and Teenager’s Fund (CCTF) and Qualcomm Wireless Reach, have cooperated to develop a 1000 DAYS App with a view to making this more widely available for the public.
On 23 March 2018, the training session of Road to Hierarchical Diabetes Management at Primary Care Settings in China (ROADMAP) project was undertaken in Changsha city of Hunan province, the 18th site in a national network.