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Training Disaster Medicine Response

First responders, healthcare providers, policy makers and the public met last night to re-boot in Macau—and move forward in the wake of Typhoon Hato. Melinda Chan Mei Yi, a member of the Macau Legislative Assembly, spoke movingly about residents of Macau. In particular she thanked those citizens who volunteered and …

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Sustaining Macau Medical Tourism

PRESS RELEASE The 39th Sino-Luso International Medical Forum will be presenting a special forum on medical tourism. Featuring lectures from laser surgery to aesthetic medicine, this series, titled “Sustaining Medical Tourism”, features a strong contingency of medical experts from South Korea, the Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taipei. Anti-aging, …

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Making Medical Peace at AMEE Helsinki 2017

By Christopher Cottrell/Image: Christopher Cottrell On the sidelines of the AMEE 2017 conference in Helsinki, esteemed doctors and medical educators Ronald Harden and Pat Lilley spoke with the Peace Post about their insights into training future doctors and healthcare experts. A pioneer of the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE), Dr. …

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Medical Educators Aim High at AMEE 2017 Helsinki

By Christopher Cottrell/Images: Christopher Cottrell A swirl of nearly 4,000 medical educators at AMEE, or Association for Medical Education in Europe, have descended on Helsinki, Finland the past few days to raise the bar of how medicine is learned. One such panel with medical education touches from Macau, China stood out …

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Biotechnology Medicine at Sino-Luso 38 in Macau

By Christopher Cottrell/ Images: Christopher Cottrell From treating cancer with new oral medicine to harnessing nano-technology for safer doctor garb, the 38th Sino Luso International Medical Forum held this past weekend was a medical milestone moment for Macau science. Themed “Recent Advances in Biotechnology and Applications,” the two days of seminars …

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Gary Harilela’s Hopes for Hong Kong

By Christopher Cottrell/ Images: Christopher Cottrell As Hong Kong’s preeminent Indian family, the Harilela’s have played important social, cultural, and civic roles since they moved there in the 1930s. This famous family founded by the late Dr. Hari Harilela today continues to advance Hong Kong with competent family members leading …

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The Dawn of Ancient Khmer-Chinese Relations

By Christopher Cottrell/ Images: Dr. Billy Chan PART I: The jungles of Cambodia carry crucial clues for unlocking the mysteries of ancient Asia—particularly the relationships between early Khmer and Chinese civilizations. The links between China and the great civilizations of the lower Mekong River such as the Khmer in Cambodia …

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Zhuhai Community Groups Get Pumped on CPR Training in Macau

By Christopher Cottrell/ Images: Christopher Cottrell “We’re training more Chinese community groups,” comments Dr. Billy Chan, Director for the Center of Medical Excellence at the Faculty of Health Sciences at the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST). Outside, a tropical thunderstorm is lashing across the Pearl Delta. Inside the …

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