China Program provides a series of training programs for pioneers who are reforming the healthcare systems including hospital executives, chief physicians in chronic diseases, and leading experts in women's and children's health. Participants will acquire advanced knowledge and skills that help them to succeed in China's rapidly evolving healthcare system. All training programs will be held in the Department of Population Medicine.
The Workshop prepares endocrinology directors and chief physicians, who are transforming the diabetes management and treatment in China, with the insider perspectives of care experience from top U.S. health providers. Participants are expected to learn advanced approaches that have been proven to be successful in managing diabetes and similar chronic diseases in the U.S.
Dates: April 23-26, 2019
The training program provides clinical practitioners and experts with advanced experience of reproductive medicine, prenatal and postnatal care, pediatric services and relevant genomic, clinical and lifestyle factors that are impacting women's and children's health. Chief physicians in reproductive medicine, IVF, obstetrics, gynecology, pediatrician and related fields are potential participants of the program.
Dates: May 15-18, 2019
HELP's objective is to help hospital executives to lead organizational changes, build competitive advantages and drive performance across departments more stratigically and confidently. At completion of this program, participants will acquire a higher-level perspective in hospital management and learn how to tackle managerial challenges, lead with more confidence, inspire excellence at all department levels, and contribute more values to hospital growth.
Dates: September 24-28, 2019
Please contact China_Program@harvardpilgrim.org for enquiry and registration.