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A Standardized Pediatrician Residency Curriculum Across China?

July 27, 2012 - 3:04am
Standardizing Pediatrician residency curriculum across China was the hope of leaders from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong (两岸三地) as they gathered at Shanghai Children's Medical Center (SCMC) over a weekend in June.  The collaboration brought together key leaders from all sections of China including hospitals, government and universities to examine current practices and experiences, understand... Read More

HOPE's Shanghai NCD Program Comes Full Circle, and there is so much to be proud of!

July 27, 2012 - 2:47am
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The Project HOPE Shanghai program team conducted a recent daylong session to evaluate 15 health education programs that focused on CAH (heart disease related), Stroke (blood flow/blockage related), and COPD/OSAS (Lung disease & Sleep Apnea.) These are programs that the HOPE team in China has helped develop, implement and fund. I had the privilege of serving as an independent evaluator on the... Read More

Rural Fellow Program Graduates 25

July 27, 2012 - 2:43am
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During a warm Friday summer morning, excitement filled the air as the Project HOPE team in China, along with Qian Geng, HOPE’s Regional Director of China visiting from the U.S., gathered at the Shanghai Children’s Medical Center (SCMC) auditorium to kick-off the graduation ceremony of the 2012 Rural Fellows Program. The ceremony celebrated the 25 new graduates from the Class of 2012 who will be... Read More

International Children’s Day Outreach in a rural part of Yunnan Province

July 27, 2012 - 2:38am
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An outreach team from Shanghai Children's Medical Center(SCMC) and Project HOPE traveled to JianShui County People Hospital (建水县人民医院) which is a bumpy 4-hr hour drive after a flight from Shanghai to Kunming in the Yunnan Province to celebrate International Children’s Day in May by hosting a free clinic day for children. It was a very successful event with an overflow of parents and grandparents... Read More