Medical education and international exchanges is one of the long-standing collaborations between the US and Chinese associations.
Over the past years, the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), like many US associations, has been seeking to better define their impact outside the US, and especially in China, beyond annual visits for scientific exchanges.
David Martin, CEO, and Maria Tong, Director MCI China and team leader for SCCM in China, will share valuable insights from their 5-year effort to improve SCCM engagement and partner strategy for the distribution of its training courses and publications in China.
So, if your organisation is already working or considering developing its activities in China, be sure not to miss this 45-minute webinar about how SCCM’s sustains its long-term commitment in China:
Thursday September 7th, 9:00 AM to 9:45 AM Eastern
This LIVE webinar will help you better define your impact in China, navigate the complicated stakeholder landscape, how to build recognition and buy-in, and understand the government’s objectives for the healthcare industry.
All attendees have the opportunity to bring their questions live during the webinar or submit them in advance.
There is still time to register, but as the number of seats is limited, make sure to reserve your spot here.
For any other questions or inquiries regarding the webinar, don’t hesitate to contact MCI’s Senior Advisor, Global Development Strategy, Peter Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org.