China News Agency, Shanghai, August 9th (Reporter Chen Jing) The reporter learned on the 9th that Shanghai will explore a new model of combining college education with modern teacher-education, and offer compulsory courses of Chinese medicine at the undergraduate level of all medical schools, clinical medicine The main courses and teaching materials of majors should also be effectively integrated into the theories and methods of traditional Chinese medicine, and strive to build a new pattern of diversified, open and inclusive Chinese medicine education that faces the future.

  It is reported that the Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, the Shanghai Municipal Health Commission, and the Shanghai Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine have jointly issued the "Implementation Plan on Deepening the Collaboration of Medical Education and Further Promoting the Reform and High-Quality Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine Education in this Municipality" (hereinafter referred to as the "Implementation Plan"). ).

Based on this, Shanghai will continue to optimize the training and evaluation system for talents with characteristics of traditional Chinese medicine, and give full play to the important basic role of traditional Chinese medicine education in serving the "healthy China" and the inheritance and innovative development of traditional Chinese medicine.

  According to the "Implementation Plan", Shanghai will put "Great Doctors and Sincerity" throughout the whole process of training Chinese medicine talents, and put it first. Integrating new models, building a highland for training talents for integrated Chinese and Western medicine, strengthening the construction of grassroots Chinese medicine talents, deepening international exchanges and cooperation in Chinese medicine, increasing support for Chinese medicine education, and strengthening policy and mechanism guarantees.

  Shanghai will focus on supporting the "Tu Youyou Class" jointly organized by Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences for undergraduate and postgraduate study of Chinese medicine, and support the joint undergraduate and master study of Chinese medicine jointly organized by Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shanghai Jiaotong University and East China Normal University. "5+3" integrated specialty, exploring the growth path of clinical scientists in the future.

  The "Implementation Plan" calls for promoting the integration of curriculum teaching with traditional teachers, and realizing the reform of "individualized curriculum teaching"; at the same time, it broadens the new path for high-level interdisciplinary talents to learn Chinese medicine through teacher-accreditation; it is necessary to link the Yangtze River Delta to jointly reform and improve Chinese medicine residents Standardize training models and improve related training model reforms.

  In terms of how to maintain and give play to the characteristics of Chinese medicine, the "Implementation Plan" requires that Chinese medicine be integrated into relevant majors in the service life cycle; further clearly follow the academic rules of Chinese medicine, and explore the identification of multi-disciplinary, multi-type, multi-form and individualized masterpieces standard system.

  In addition, the "Implementation Plan" proposes to implement equal emphasis on Chinese and Western medicine, strengthen the training of integrated Chinese and Western medicine, offer compulsory Chinese medicine courses at the undergraduate level of all medical schools, and strengthen the understanding of the development history of Chinese medicine, the history of medical exchanges between the East and the West, and the development of Chinese and Western medicine. Convergence and other content learning; clinical medicine major curriculum materials should also be effectively integrated into the characteristics of traditional Chinese medicine theories and methods, modern research, typical cases and other content.

  The "Implementation Plan" requires the promotion of the construction of a regional TCM consortium, improve the TCM service and research capabilities of grassroots TCM personnel, and actively explore the establishment of a general practitioner training model that integrates TCM and Western medicine. Two-way mobility and mutual employment provide human support.

  It is reported that Shanghai will also focus on creating complex and international backbone talents in traditional Chinese medicine. At the same time, it will take advantage of the establishment of the secretariat of the International Organization for Standardization Technical Committee on Traditional Chinese Medicine in Shanghai, promote the construction of an international standardization research center for traditional Chinese medicine, and continue to strengthen the disciplines of traditional Chinese medicine standards. Talent team and ability to transform and apply.