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CQHCWC holds training session on children's health care

Updated: 2021-05-28



An online training session on children's group health care work is hosted by CQHCWC from May 17 to 19. [Photo/CQHCWC]

Chongqing Health Center for Women and Children, or CQHCWC, held an online training session on May 17-19 on the management of children's group health care, to help improve related work in districts and counties in Chongqing.

More than 400 people attended the training, including Zhang Hua, president of the CQHCWC. Also participating were representatives from the women's and children's health service department of the Chongqing Municipal Health Commission – formerly the Chongqing Municipal Health and Family Planning Commission – and representatives from maternal and childcare service centers in districts and counties in the city.

Yang Xiangling, a researcher at the Chongqing Municipal Health Commission, highlighted the importance of children's group health care training, putting forward the goals of improving the quality of health care and raising the profile of children's health care in the current year.

CQHCWC's Zhang also noted in the session that the focus of the work should be put on those districts and counties with poor management of children's health care and relatively low levels of health among children.

A team of professional medical workers provided overall and targeted training, in such areas as standardizing the management of critically ill neonates, health care management for preterm infants and eye health and vision examinations for children aged 0-6. Training was also provided on disability screenings, health management services and improvement to children's nutrition in poverty-stricken areas.

The team included Wang Nianrong, director of the Children's Health Care Division of the CQHCWC and Zhong Xiaoyun, director of the CQHCWC's Neonatal Department.

Team members also gave a briefing on the current situation and work plans regarding care services for infants and children under 3 years old in the city.

The training session was expected to help enhance the management of children's health care services in the city, laying a solid foundation for the high-quality development of children's health care in Chongqing.