2019年5月12日-18日，在北京华通国康公益基金会（Beijing Huatong Guokang Foundation, BHGF）的组织协调下，英国布莱顿和苏塞克斯大学医院人力资源部主任Elaine Marie Lucraft女士、重症医学专家Casiano Barrera Groba 先生、感染科专家Suneeta Soni 女士一行三人分别对中山大学附属第一医院、中山大学附属第三医院、揭阳市人民医院、汕头市中心医院进行参访并作学术交流。BHGF陈冉理事长一行对英国专家团队在广东的访问进行了陪同。
英国专家一行参观了四家医院的相关科室，了解了各科室业务开展情况，并与中方医护同仁们进行病例讨论和手术方法探讨，给大家带来很多前沿医学知识和医疗技术信息。Elaine Marie Lucraft女士、Casiano Barrera Groba 先生、Suneeta Soni 女士分别就 “A Recruitment Strategy”“Time limit antibiotic therapy”“Antimicrobial resistance in Sexually transmitted infections” 等主题进行了讲座，参访医院医护人员积极提问，与专家互动活跃。
Expert Delegation from Brighton and Sussex University Hospital, United Kingdom Visiting Symposium on the First Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University
Jin Yushan, assistant dean of the First Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University, welcomed the experts and gave a speech to introduce the development history and current situation of the hospital.
A delegation of experts from United Kingdom Brighton and Sussex University Hospital, took a group photo at the First Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University
Vice President Wu Bin of the Third Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University delivered welcoming speech to experts from UK.Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals
Ms. Marie, Head of Human Resources Department, from Brighton and Sussex University Hospital, United Kingdom, exchanged with colleagues from the Third Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University
A delegation of experts from Brighton and Sussex University Hospital, United Kingdom, took a group photo at the Third Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University
UK.Brighton and Sussex University Hospital Experts Delegation attended the exchange meeting when visited Jieyang People's Hospital
Welcoming Speech by Lin Youen, Vice President of Jieyang People's Hospital
Ms. Chen Ran, Chairman of Beijing Huatong Guokang Foundation (BHGF), addressed at Jieyang People's Hospital
Experts delegation from UK. Brighton and Sussex University Hospital visited the intensive care unit of Jieyang People's Hospital
Experts Delegation of UK. Brighton and Sussex University Hospital exchange with Medical Staff of Jieyang People's Hospital
Welcome speech by President Xu Haixiong (left) of Shantou Central Hospital
Expert delegation from UK. Brighton and Sussex University Hospital visited Shantou Central Hospital Laboratory
Ms. Marie, Head of Human Resources Department, Brighton and Sussex University Hospital, UK, delivered a speech at Shantou Central Hospital
A delegation of experts from Brighton and Sussex University Hospital, United Kingdom, took a group photo at Shantou Central Hospital
British Medical Expert Delegation Visited Four Hospitals in Guangdong Province
From May 12 to 18, 2019, under the coordination of the Beijing Huatong Guokang Foundation (BHGF), Ms. Elaine Marie Lucraft, Director of Human Resources Department of the Brighton and Sussex University Hospital, United Kingdom, Mr. Casiano Barrera Groba, an Intensive Care Medicine expert, and Ms. Suneeta Soni, an infectious expert, together conducted visits and academic exchanges at the First Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University, the Third Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University, Jieyang People's Hospital and Shantou Central Hospital.The Chairman Chen Ran of BHGF accompanied British experts on their visit to Guangdong province.
During the visit, dean assistant Jin Yushan of the First Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University, Vice Dean Wu Bin of the Third Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University, Vice Dean Lin Youen of Jieyang People's Hospital and Dean Xu Haixiong of Shantou Central Hospital led the hospital team to introduce to British experts the hospital's capital construction, personnel composition, medical treatment, teaching and scientific research. Relevant leaders of the four hospitals and British experts expressed their gratitude to BHGF's for the great contribution to the Sino-British medical exchange. It is hoped that in the future, the cooperation between the two sides will be further strengthened, more personnel exchange visits will be carried out, personnel training and research teaching will be promoted, and discipline construction will be developed.
The British expert delegation visited the relevant departments of four hospitals, learned about the business development of various departments, and discussed cases analysis and surgical methods with Chinese medical colleagues, bringing frontier medical knowledge and medical technology & information. Ms. Elaine Marie Lucraft, Mr. Casiano Barrera Groba and Ms. Suneeta Soni respectively held themed lectures on the topics of "A Recruitment Strategy", "Time limit antibiotic therapy", "Antimicrobial resistance in Sexually transmitted infections". The medical staff of the four hospitals actively proposed questions and interacted with the British experts.
The academic exchanges between experts from Brighton and Sussex University Hospital, United Kingdom and four hospitals in Guangdong Province have been a great success. It have been recognized and praised by both Chinese and British medical colleagues. BHGF will continue to take advantage of the non-profit platform . Through a two-way communication approach of “sending out, inviting in”, it will provide support for personnel training and discipline construction, and continuously improve the management capabilities and service ability of Chinese hospitals.
The Brighton and Sussex University Hospital, United Kingdom, were located in two different areas as an emergency education medical institution: the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton and the Princess Royal Hospital in Haward Hayes. Brighton Campus includes Sussex Ophthalmological Hospital and Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital, and Haward Hayes Campus includes the Neuroscience Center in Hurstwood Park. Princess Royal Hospital is the selective surgical center in the region, while Sussex Royal Hospital take on more emergency and tertiary care responsibilities, covering neurology, arterial and vascular surgery, neonates, pediatrics, cardiac, cancer, infectious diseases and HIV drugs. The trauma center is located in the southeastern part of Sussex. Hospitals receive about 700,000 patients a year. As a large-scale comprehensive medical institution spanning two regions, the hospital has been continuously developing according to local conditions and considers patients wholeheartedly to meet patients’ different needs for treatment at different stages.