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NTUH restarts physical exchange programme with Mongolia

Mongolian physicians went to the Taiwan hospital for one-month training.

The National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH) restarted its physical medical exchange programme with Mongolia this year.

In a statement, NTUH said four Mongolian physicians came to NTUH for a one-month training programme. 

From September 11 to September 17, 2023, the physicians visited four hospitals: The First Central Hospital, the Second State Central Hospital, The Third State Central Hospital, and the National Cancer Center.

"Together, they organized academic seminars and provided specialized clinical guidance tailored to the needs of each hospital," read the statement.

NTUH doctors were also invited to give lectures at healthcare conferences in Mongolia.

Plans for next year's exchanges have been set, further strengthening clinical and academic exchanges between Taiwan and Mongolia

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