Key opinion leaders from the Chinese healthcare sector and World Health Organisation met at seminar on safety for newborn babies in China.
A broad assembly of top level doctors, scientists and officials from China’s healthcare sector were gathered at a seminar at the Royal Danish Embassy in Beijing, focusing on methods and applications of preventing infections of newborn babies in the birth process. The main objective of the seminar was to discuss and inform about the standardization and new technology for newborn babies in China’s growing healthcare industry.
Seminar provides opportunities for closer cooperation in the healthcare sector.
“This event gives numerous opportunities to develop and to connect with different kinds of important people. Producers, authorities and representatives from the whole industry are assembled to discuss this important topic,” says Doctor Deng Xiaohong, Deputy Director of Beijing Municipal Health Bureau. Doctor Deng was delighted with the outcome of the seminar and emphasized the importance of continuous close cooperation and communication in the field of healthcare.
Participating in the seminar were representatives from Beijing Municipal Health Bureau, World Health Organisation (WHO) and obstetrics and gynaecology doctors from leading hospitals in Beijing.
Acting Ambassador at the Danish Embassy, Mr. Søren Jacobsen, said after the seminar that he was pleased to see so many key opinion leaders of China’s health sector gathered at the seminar and that China is showing effort to develop common welfare in the country. Mr. Jacobsen also noted that the seminar is a good example of the enhanced Sino-Danish collaboration in the healthcare sector that proofs the good and sound relationship between the two countries.