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Medical training program launched for Tibet

08-10-2012 11:25 BJT


A medical training program is launched for Tibet Autonomous Region in east China's Shanghai City, Aug. 8, 2012. [Photo/China Tibet Online]

A medical training program was launched for Tibet Autonomous Region in a bid to enhance the regional health care services on Aug. 8, 2012.

The first 19 Tibetan medical workers are projected to learn medical skills in the Shanghai East Hospital, a top hospital in east China's Shanghai City for three weeks.

"In recent years, Tibet has made remarkable progress in its medical sector but still can't meet the needs of local residents. The aid-Tibet medical training program can greatly satisfy local needs and deepen cultural exchange," said Sita, deputy minister of the United Front Work Department of CPC Central Committee at the launching ceremony.

The Shanghai East Hospital will train the 19 Tibetan members in five domains, 12 medical departments and 51 kinds of theoretical courses or medical skills, with 108 class hours in total.

As a long-term aid-Tibet program, the one will organize one or two groups of Tibetan members to receive training in Shanghai to improve their medical skills as well as Tibet's overall medical level.

 

 

Editor:James |Source: Tibet.cn

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