Bayer to Train 10,000 Doctors of County-Level Hospitals in China (China)
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Bayer Healthcare, a branch of Bayer AG, has formed an alliance with the Chinese Ministry of Health. The partnership is designed to improve healthcare standards in some of China's most impoverished regions. As part of the program, Bayer has agreed to donate $2.66 million to help 10,000 doctors receive better medical training over the next five years. Eventually, Bayer plans to institute courses at 332 hospitals. Initially, the training will be tested in the Gansu Province with assistance from Lanzhou University, one of China's top schools. (Click here for more
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