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Yangtze River-Rhine River Perinatal Medicine Conference convened in CQHCWC

Updated: 2019-10-11

       

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The Second Yangtze River-Rhine River Perinatal Medicine Conference was successfully held at the Chongqing Health Center for Women and Children (CQHCWC) on October 10.

Speaking at the gathering, Zhou Lin, member of the Party Committee and deputy director-general of the Chongqing Municipal Health Commission, extended warm congratulations for its opening and gave high recognition to the building of the China-German Joint Perinatal Medicine Center in the CQHCWC.

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Zhou said that the CQHCWC should make full use of the China-German Joint Perinatal Medicine Center with emphases upon innovation and practice to further improve the professional competence of perinatal medicine in Chongqing and other regions in western China and boost the progress of national fitness.

Zhang Hua, president of the CQHCWC, expressed a warm welcome to attendees at the conference in his speech.

Zhang introduced that the CQHCWC had completed the building of the China-German Joint Perinatal Medicine Center over the past two years. He added that it would further strengthen cooperation with its German counterparts, enhance its medical capabilities in the treatment of premature babies and newborns in critical conditions, and strive for higher achievements in the improvement of women's as well as children's health.

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The CQHCWC then unveiled its proposed standards concerning the building of a perinatal medicine center in accordance with the requirements of the Yangtze River-Rhine River Perinatal Medicine Conference, which was a joint effort made by Chinese and German medical workers and a new starting point for the construction of such a medical center in the future.

Those present at the meeting included Tang Xuyan, deputy director of the CQHCWC's Department of Women and Children's Health; Yang Bin, deputy director of the CQHCWC's Department of International Cooperation; over 20 neonatal care specialists from home and abroad and 200 medical trainees.