China News Service, May 23. According to Hong Kong Wen Wei Po, in order to further promote the exchange and training of Chinese medicine talents in the Greater Bay Area, the "Basic Chinese Medicine Course Education in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Universities" initiated by Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Macau University of Science and Technology. The Alliance" was launched in Guangzhou on the 21st, and it is planned to promote in-depth exchanges and cooperation in the field of traditional Chinese medicine between Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao through "course sharing, student co-learning, mutual assignment of teachers, and mutual recognition of credits".

Some Hong Kong students said that through the sharing of alliance courses, they can learn the advantageous courses of different universities in various aspects, which will help to facilitate their practice in the Bay Area in the future.

  Wang Wei, President of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, delivered a speech at the kick-off meeting, saying, "Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, as a region with the highest level of talent training and scientific research in the field of Chinese medicine in the world, has a strong leading demonstration for Chinese medicine to go global. In order to further improve the quality of Chinese medicine personnel training in the Greater Bay Area, the "Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Universities Chinese Medicine Basic Course Education Alliance" was launched, with the goal of "course sharing, student learning, mutual assignment of teachers, and mutual recognition of credits". The hybrid open course platform promotes the sharing of teaching resources for high-quality basic Chinese medicine courses in the Bay Area, and builds a new ecology of advanced Chinese medicine teaching in the Bay Area.

  Duan Chongzhi, President of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said in a video speech that the School of Chinese Medicine of the University of Hong Kong offers a variety of professional courses in Chinese medicine, provides professional Chinese medicine clinical services, and develops a base for clinical teaching and research.

In response to the new crown epidemic, the college has set up a special group of Chinese medicine treatment for new crowns to provide the public with remote medical consultation services of traditional Chinese medicine.

He expects that the alliance can strengthen the collaboration between Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao in the field of Chinese medicine and contribute to the cultivation of Chinese medicine talents in the Greater Bay Area.

  It is understood that the alliance courses are planned to include a series of courses such as "Traditional Chinese Medicine" and "Neijing" by Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, and "Treatise on Febrile Diseases" by the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Jiang Yuanan, a professor at the School of Traditional Chinese Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said that the selection of Treatise on Febrile Diseases is a compulsory course in the undergraduate course of the college. On the platform of the alliance, this course will be launched to the second and third year undergraduates of traditional Chinese medicine in an online mode.

"Treatise on Febrile Diseases" established a theoretical system of syndrome differentiation and treatment of six meridians for typhoid fever, formed a theoretical model and clinical characteristics of TCM syndrome differentiation and treatment with complete theory, method, prescription and medicine, and established the basic direction of clinical development of TCM.

  Hong Kong student Lu said that through the Chinese Medicine Basic Curriculum Education Alliance, you can learn the courses of universities in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau in multiple aspects at the same time. Practice in the Bay Area.

Another student from a Hong Kong university, Wu, said that in addition to the courses of the Hong Kong school, the opportunity to study courses from well-known Chinese medicine universities in the mainland is "a very valuable learning opportunity", and many courses are also excellent courses in Guangdong Province.

"I am more interested in the "Nei Jing" course, and it is divided into elementary and intermediate learning courses, which is expected to improve the clinical thinking mode and clinical ability of traditional Chinese medicine."

  Zhou Daihan, a master of traditional Chinese medicine and director of the Oncology Institute of Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, pointed out that the General Office of the State Council recently issued the "14th Five-Year Plan for the Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine", proposing to "deepen the education reform of traditional Chinese medicine colleges and universities" and "strengthen the team of talents with traditional Chinese medicine characteristics". "Construction", which points out the direction and development prospects for the colleges and universities in the "Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Universities Chinese Medicine Basic Course Education Alliance".

  "Currently cancer is the biggest threat to the health of the people in the Bay Area." Zhou Daihan said that according to the Hong Kong Cancer Statistics Center's data on cancer in Hong Kong, cancer is the "number one killer" in Hong Kong. In 2019 alone, more than 14,800 people were diagnosed with cancer. Deaths account for more than 30% of all deaths in Hong Kong.

"It is of practical significance and necessity to carry out education on TCM oncology, promote the knowledge of TCM cancer treatment, and popularize relevant knowledge in undergraduates."

  Zhou Daihan revealed that the Institute of Oncology of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine has cooperated with the Chinese University of Hong Kong School of Chinese Medicine to establish the "Chinese Medicine Master Zhou Daihan, the Chinese University of Hong Kong Heritage Studio", to make new innovations and discussions in the education of Chinese medicine oncology in the Greater Bay Area.

At the same time, the institute has also cooperated with the Faculty of Chinese Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong to launch the "Traditional Chinese Medicine Cancer Professional Training Program", and launched a professional diploma course in Chinese medicine cancer treatment last year to cultivate clinical professionals in Chinese medicine for cancer treatment in Hong Kong and Macau, which is well received by doctors in the industry.

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