2014 - Wound Care Centres of Excellence
Goal → The primary objectives of the project is to strenghten treatment and healing of complicated wounds in hospitals in China. This will be achieved through the establishment of multiple Centres of Excellence. Initially, the project will support the opening of the first Centre of Excellence in Beijing.
Partner: Peking University First Hospital
2010 - Chronic Wound Care Training Program
Goal → Large-scale capacity building in diabetic wound treatment. The main goal is to conduct 60 workshops in 15 hospitals across China training 3600 doctors with the long-term objective of reducing foot amputations.
Partner: The Key Research Laboratory of the Wound Repair and Regeneration
Results → Successful completion of over 10 workshops and training of over 1000 healthcare professionals
2012 - Western Provinces and Wound Care Education “Go West” Project
Goal → Training of healthcare professionals in China’s western provinces in cooperation with Chinese Ministry of Health. The main goal is to provide new and improved training to medical professionals specializing in ostomy care and wound care.
Partner: Beijing Health Human Resource Training Center
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2012 - Shanghai Community Wound Care Project
Goal → To build a community-based wound care model in Shanghai municipality through partnerships and training of healthcare professionals. The project will build this model through the creation of new partnerships among hospitals and community-based clinics, seminars and training events. The ultimate goal is to eudcate 200 doctors and nurses.
Partner: 9th People's Hospital affiliated to Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine, Shanghai
2011 - Clean Intermittent Catheterization Patient Awareness
Goal → Promoting awareness and building professional capacity for better catheterization with the aim of training 340 doctors and nurses across hospitals and educating 4800 patients.
Partner: Chinese Association of Rehabilitation Medicine
2009 - General Ostomy Care Guidelines
Goal → Create and advocate for clinical guidelines for better national ostomy care. The goals are to have multi-stakeholder development of guidelines, testing in key hospitals across China, and finally advocating for government recognition.
Partner: China Nursing Association
Results → Succesful creation of ostomy care guidelines
2009 - Establishment of 'Sunshine Clubs'
Goal → Awareness building for people with an ostomy with the aim of creating stoma clubs in three major Chinese cities and involve nurses and ostomy patients in hospitals.
Partner: International Ostomy Association
Results → Successful creation of 'Sunshine Clubs' for ostomates across China to connect and spread awareness to policy makers in order to improve ostomy care