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8/6/2018 9:29:15 AM

14 Vietnamese practitioners benefited from Australian clinical observership program

(VNF) - 14 visiting Vietnamese doctors are having the chance to gain first-hand experience into best practices and updated techniques in their particular field of expertise, thanks to a  programme held by the University of Sydney.

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Overview of the programme (source: Hoc Mai Australia-Vietnam Medical Foundation)

The program, held from August 6 to September 21, aims to immerse participants in the clinical practices and research environment of the Australian health care system. The ultimate goal of the program is for the visiting doctors to apply the experiences and skills learned while in Sydney to the development of their institutions back in Vietnam.

The visiting doctors are from Hanoi Oncology Hospital, Hanoi French Hospital, National Children’s Hospital, National Geriatric Hospital, Children’s City Hospital HCMC, Trung Vuong Hospital, Ho Chi Minh City Association of Orthodontics, Da Nang Hospital for Women and Children and Military Hospital 175 in Ho Chi Minh City.

The fellows were selected based on their aptitude as medical professionals and researchers and for their commitment to improving health and health outcomes in Vietnam. 

During their first week in Sydney, the observers will attend a series of workshops geared towards improving their understanding of the Australian Healthcare system to prepare them for the observation of clinical activities in various hospitals across Sydney. Throughout the course of their clinical observation, the fellows will develop a return-to-work project which they will enact upon returning to their hospital departments in Vietnam./.

  ( Phi Yen )
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