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Nurses from Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan visit PKU First Hospital

JAN . 02 2019
Peking University, Jan. 2, 2019: On December 8, a delegation of twenty-eight nurses from Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan visited Peking University First Hospital (PKUFH) after attending the “Fifth Cross-Strait, Hong Kong, and Macau Nursing Summit” held by Chinese Nurse Association. The delegation was led by Kao Ching-Chiu, president of Taiwan Union of Nurses Association, Wang Kwua-Yun, vice president of Taiwan Nurses Association, Huo Huilan, vice president of Macau Nurses Association, and Wu Daozhi from Chinese Nursing Association.

The reception meeting started with a cup of ginger tea. Director Ding Yanming talked about the long history of the relations between nurses from across the strait, Hong Kong, and Macau. He also mentioned that in the recent ten years PKUFH Nursing Department has organized several groups of nurses for training programs in Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, which have benefitted and promoted the nursing work at PKUFH.

During the exchange and discussion session, Kao Ching-Chiu, Wang Kwua-Yun, and Huo Huilan, all commented that they saw the rapid growth of nursing in the mainland through the development of the nursing work at PKUFH. They also expressed the hope for more exchanges in the future so as to build a platform of cooperation and improve the health and well-being for Chinese people.

Written by: Lang Lang

Edited by: Zhang Jiang
Source: PKU First Hospital