WORKING WITH CHINA

Our partnership with the Chinese Neuroscience Network continues to grow.

Headquartered at Beijing Tiantan Hospital, the network encompasses 250 leading academic medical centers  in China, spanning across 27 provinces, 4 municipalities and Hong Kong. We have completed a number of trials in China and activated new trials sites in Taiwan in late 2018.

Australia China Training Initiative of Neurology (ACTION)

Formally endorsed by the World Federation of Neurology, the Australia China Training Initiative of Neurology (ACTION) aims to provide world-class clinical education and exchange for Australian and Chinese neurologists and neurologists-in-training, in both Australia and China.

 

ACTION is now in its 10th year and has trained over 350 young neurologists since its inception. Associate Professor Bernard Yan leads this program which has been developed to strengthen research collaborations with Chinese and South-East Asian University Hospitals. These collaborative ties will provide the foundations for international patient outcomes in research projects, allowing us to combine and analyse data from Australian and Chinese clinical databases.

Visit the ACTION website by clicking the banner below.

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ACTION 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY VIDEO

Gallery - MELBOURNE VISIT 2019

PAST NEWS

ACTION 2019: PROGRAM CELEBRATES 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY IN MELBOURNE

In late November, our latest class of Chinese neurologists travelled to Melbourne, a visit that provided another opportunity to recognise and celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the Australia China Training Initiative of Neurology (ACTION), established in conjunction with the Chinese Neuroscience Network.  This very informative and interesting week-long event complemented the visit senior members of the MBC-RMH leadership team had made to Shanghai in July.  

Click the below image to learn more about the ACTION program and view an image gallery of photos taken throughout the week.

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PAST VISITS

Click the banner for photos from past visits.

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