Monday, 28/08/2023 16:52 (GMT+7)
Presenting Commemorative medal “For People’s Health” to Prof. Hiroyuki Shichino
TTH.VN - On August 25, at Hue Central Hospital, Prof. Dr. Tran Van Thuan, Deputy Minister of Health presented the Commemorative medal “For People’s Health” to Prof. Hiroyuki Shichino – Former Heald of Pediatrics Department, National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Japan.
| Prof. Dr. Tran Van Thuan, Deputy Minister of Health presenting Commemorative medal to Prof. Hiroyuki Shichino
Over the years, Hue Central Hospital has had a great number of relationships with many foreign organizations and individuals to exchange, cooperate, as well as provide professional support and valuable medical equipment to many different specialties, including the help for hospital’s doctors and nurses, etc., to participate in visiting, studying, and training at major universities in Japan, the US, Australia, and France, etc. This has brought outstanding achievements in high-tech development, contributing to improving the efficiency of medical examination and treatment for the people.
It's known that Prof. Hiroyuki Shichino, Former of Pediatrics Department, National Center for Global health and Medicine, Japan is the one who has worked with Hue Central Hospital for over 10 years. He has made much support in training human resource such as training for Vietnamese doctors in pediatric oncology, pediatricians, pediatric surgery, diagnostic imaging, pediatric radiotherapy, pediatric emergency, and neonates in Japan.
Every week, Prof. Hiroyuki Shichino also holds the “tumor board” consultation with pediatricians of Oncology – Hematology – Marrow Transplantation Division at Hue Central Hospital to together discuss the difficult cases to find out the best solutions for the patients. In addition to the field of training, Prof. Shichino also cooperates with Hue Central Hospital to organize annual pediatric oncology conference. At the same time, he appoints leading Japanese professors to attend the conference to share their experiences and support the hospital in publishing pediatric treatment protocols.
By Giang Hien