Date: April 14th, 2016
Source: JNU’s First Affiliated Hospital
Fifty-six competitors from 13 universities in Guangdong, Guangxi and Hainan provinces gathered at Shaw Sports Complex on April 9 for the seventh national examination in all-around clinical skills, rushing into the final competition. Five teams will represent South China in the national final examination at Huazhong University of Science and Technology in mid-May.
(The competitors undergo clinical skills examination.)
Xu Anding, member of advisory committee on clinical teaching and vice dean of Guangzhou Overseas Chinese Hospital, began by announcing that the day’s competition for five-member teams would include a preliminary contest, regrouping, semifinals and finals. The competition, which covered nearly all clinical disciplines, evaluated competitors’ skills in clinical medicine, as well as details like doctor-patient communication and privacy protection.
The Clinical Skill competition will be held in six divisions across the nation: Northeast, North, East, Northwest and Southwest, Centre, and South. Forty-two winning teams may enter the national finals. After fierce competition that day, five teams from the South division were chosen to go for national finals in HUST in late May.
(Ye Wencai, vice president of JNU; Huang Li, dean of the First Affiliated Hospital; Chen Jian, deputy director of the department of medicine; and Ma Hongwei, section chief of the teaching affairs office, make an inspection.)