On May 21, the China-ASEAN Public Health Cooperation and Exchange Conference was held in Xuzhou. The conference was hosted by the China-ASEAN Center, the Indonesian Embassy in China, and the People's Government of Xuzhou City. Xuzhou Medical University was invited to participate. Dr. Wang Liang, director of the Intelligent Medical Engineering Teaching and Research Office of the School of Medical Information and Engineering, spoke at the meeting as a representative of the school, and some representatives of teachers and students attended the meeting. With the theme of "Cooperative Development and Win-Win Future", the conference adopted a combination of online and offline methods to discuss China-ASEAN public health and vaccine cooperation, China-ASEAN disease (infectious disease) prevention and control cooperation, China-ASEAN information communication and medicine. In-depth discussions and exchanges on technical cooperation and cooperation and exchanges between Xuzhou City and ASEAN and RCEP countries. The meeting also invited the ASEAN Secretariat, officials from the Ministry of Health of relevant ASEAN countries, diplomatic envoys to China, Chinese and foreign public health experts, and representatives of well-known enterprises to attend the meeting.
Dr. Wang liang made a speech on behalf of Xuzhou Medical University and introduced the school's development history, discipline construction, first-class professional construction and international cooperation and exchanges with ASEAN countries to the guests. He closely focused on the topic, focusing on information communication and medical technology, and introduced the important progress of XMU in the field of digital medicine in recent years, as well as the construction of the Institute of Digital Medicine and the Institute of TranslationalMedicine.
ASEAN is the abbreviation of Association of Southeast Asian Nations. Its predecessor was the Southeast Asian Association established inBangkok on July 31, 1961 by Malaya (now Malaysia), the Philippines and Thailand. From August 7 to 8, 1967, the foreign ministers of Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines and the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia held a meeting in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, and issued the Declaration on the Establishment of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, officially proclaiming the establishment of ASEAN.