AKIPRESS.COM - The Ministry of Health of Mongolia requested the Chinese side to involve Mongolian physicians in the training on palliative nursing, emergency assistance and pathology in China this year, Montsame reported.
This issue was discussed during the meeting of Mongolian Health Minister D.Sarangerel with Ambassador-designate of China to Mongolia Chai Wenrui.
They exchanged views on cooperation issues, including strengthening human resources in the health sectors of the two countries, introducing advanced medical technology, co-implementing joint projects, and sharing experiences as well as others.
In 2015-2018, a total of 74 physicians of Mongolia attended the training on maternal and child health, neurology, cardiovascular diseases, nursing, traditional medicine, and communicable diseases in China. In 2019, a total of 80 physicians; 30 attended the training on tuberculosis, 25 – on cardiovascular diseases, and 25 – on sexually transmitted infections.
This year’s training will be conducted in the Mongolian language, which is believed to boost the benefits and outcome of the training.
Within the cooperation, about 100 young children, including babies with severe congenital heart defects, which are not yet treatable in Mongolia, have been involved in free surgeries at major hospitals in Beijing and Hohhot, China.
A project ‘E-health’ is one of the significant investment projects. Within the project, 112 hospitals and health organizations will be provided with IT equipment and ‘e-health’ software, aiming to connect the medical software of these organizations and integrate them into the National Data Center.