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Gold medalist in medicine, again!
2021-05-18 11:19 ycy 

In the finals of the 10th China University Student Medical Technology and Skills Competition, the USC's clinical team and nursing team both stood out with golds. Also winning double golds were Peking University and Tianjin University of Chinese Medicine.

gold medalists

The finals were held in Tianjin from May 15 to 16, co-held by the Ministry of Education and the Tianjin Municipal Government. A total of 497 teams from 211 colleges and universities signed up for the competition and eventually 142 teams pushed their way to the finals. This year, traditional Chinese medicine, preventive medicine and nursing courses were added to the competition in response to the challenges posed by, say, the pandemic of Covid-19, with equal emphasis on Chinese and Western medicine as well as medical care.

clinical contestants at the arena.

USC has been a time-honored winner in the annual event. Over the past years, USC won first-class prize, outstanding prize (top 3), and first-class prize at the 5th, 6th and 7thcontests respectively.


            Record made by medic-students, again!

            Record made by medic-students.

nursing contestants at the arena.

Medical education has long been a signature program of the University, to which the administration has attached vital importance. Keeping in mind the original mission of serving the "national strategy and people's livelihood", the University has issued Decisions on Enhancing Reform of Innovative Collaboration of Medical Service, Education and Research. Following the goal- and problem-oriented principle, and the country’s requirements for the "new medicine" construction, the University has pledged to comprehensively deepen the reform and make new contributions to promoting the construction of "double first-class" universities and serving the strategy of "A Healthy China".

a moment of honor and happiness.

            Hengyang Medical College contributed to this report.

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