Members of the international medical education committee (imec) of the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE) are searching for opportunities for collaborations with hospitals in the Netherlands to create a win-win situation
Meetings were organised by Clean Future Synergy with hospital OLVG (Fedde Scheele and Marjan van Wegen), Antonie van Leeuwenhoek (Miriam Boer), Netherlands Cancer Institute (René Bernards), Stichting Topklinische ziekenhuizen (STZ) (Fenna Heyning) and Maastricht UMC / Brightlands Maastricht Health Campus (Sunny Jiang and Henri Teunissen).
CEAIE has a full commitment to meeting the needs of China’s modernization construction, developing exchanges and cooperation between the Chinese educational community and other parts of the world, promoting the advancement of education, culture, science and technology, and strengthening understanding and friendship among the people of all countries and regions of the world. CEAIE has established a wide network with partner associations and institutions at home and long-term working relationship with over 170 educational organizations in more than 50 countries and regions. CEAIE has been granted the Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and established the official relations with UNESCO.