Health

Partnering to Alleviate Inequity in Health Care

Since 1906, Yale-China Health Programs have been connecting health professionals in China and at Yale to build knowledge and capacity through long-lasting individual and institutional relationships. Through training, exchanges, and expert partnerships, Yale-China continues to bring professionals from Changsha, Western Hunan, Kunming, and Yale together to cultivate leaders and create change on a systems level.


Modeling Better Rural Health Care

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Western Hunan Intitiative to Improve Services at the Local Level (WHISL)

Yale-China is working with Chinese and US partners to develop a sustainable, repeatable model that rethinks the scope of health services at the local level; increases skills of local providers; improves coordination between village, township and county caregivers; and raises the quality of local care.


Empowering Women in the Health Professions

The Chia Fellowship offers us a valuable chance to experience a high level of education and clinical observation, which makes us think about the difference in our own education and practice settings and try to make changes as we can.
— She Pan (2017 Chia Fellow from Changsha, China)

Developing the Next Generation of Health Care Leaders


Helping Children and Families Flourish

Copy of Autism Training in Hunan

Autism Training in Hunan

In a collaborative effort with the Yale Child Study Center, the Center for Children with Special Needs, local Hunan NGO Ruijian, and health professionals at Xiangya Hospital, Yale-China facilitates workshops and online training for families of children with Autism.