The study aims to examine the quality of care for unstable angina, diabetes and hypertension in rural primary care facilities.
The study will evaluate the effectiveness of the National Essential Public Health Services in the past 9 years and provide evidence for further policy making.
The study will use the framework of “normalization process theory” to identify the factors that affect the effectiveness of telemedicine.
This study aims to measure the competence, responsiveness, productivity and job mobility of physicians who were enrolled in a GP training program.
This cohort study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of a WeChat-based platform for managing and preventing stroke.
This study will develop a new cross-disciplinary model to provide better care for diabetes patients.
A community-based intervention will be piloted with 6 families and 50 children and its effectiveness will be evaluated.
Co-sponsorship of an event marking Peking Union Medical College's 100th anniversary.
Adaptation of a course on residency education faculty development will support the efforts of the Consortium of Elite Teaching Hospitals in Residency Education.