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Deputy Minister of Health Mr Huang Jiefu Appointed as Honorary Professor of the University of Sydney

 

www.moh.gov.cn

21st October 2011

 

 

On the morning of 20th October, 2011, Deputy Minister of Health of People’s Republic of China, Mr Huang Jiefu met with Governor of NSW Australia and Chancellor of the University of Sydney, Professor Marie Bashir and the delegation at the Ministry of Health. Mr Huang was appointed as the Honorary Professor of the University in this meeting.

 

Mr Huang Jiefu expressed his appreciation to the University of Sydney for continuing to appoint him as the honorary professor, and he said that the appointment was not only the affirmation to his personal achievement, but also the affirmation to the achievement of Chinese public health, especially to the achievement of Chinese public health system reform, and the affirmation to the achievement of Chinese-Australian corporations and communications in health area. Mr. Huang will continuously promote the cooperation and mutual communications between China and Australia in health sector, especially the cooperation with the University of Sydney, so as to benefit the people of both countries.

 

Professor Bashir congratulated Mr Huang on his achievement in liver transplantation surgery area, and expressed her appreciation to him on his great contributions to the Chinese-Australian corporations and communications in public health.

 

They also exchanged the information on further corporations of the education of general practice, nursing, dentistry and pharmacy. 

 

The officials from the Department of Medical Policy, the Department of Technology and Education and the Department of International Communications of the Ministry of Health also attended the appointment ceremony of Honorary Professor.

 

Translation: Li Ni