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Chinese physicians exchange ideas

The Augusta Chronicle: April 28, 2015

Inside the simulation center at Georgia Regents University, interim Director Wendy Jo Wilkinson was struggling to get the birthing simulator to deliver a fetus when Dr. Xianhui Zhu made a wry observation.

ConfuciusSimLab.Sm“Maybe it’s not her time,” the Chinese cardiologist joked.

Zhu is among a handful of physicians from Jiangsu Province Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medi­cine who are spending three months at GRU as part of an exchange being facilitated by GRU’s Confucius Institute.

While there are a number of such institutes in Georgia and worldwide fostering educational exchanges, GRU’s is the only one between an academic medical center and Chinese institutions that focus on traditional Chinese medicine.

Read: Chinese physicians exchange ideas at GRU

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