the way forward
building bridges for the heartland
The pandemic has challenged healthcare systems around the world. Global responses to the pandemic has been so uneven and varied that it may feel like we are living through a giant experiment everywhere, despite a shared understanding of the science.
Now in its third year, what have we leaned? What is the next? What choices do we have? How do we balance the social and economic dimensions with managing the health and health system impacts?
We have gathered experts from different countries to share lessons learned under different healthcare systems to shed light on the potential best path forward.
How can American companies continue to thrive in the Chinese market? How can the U.S. and China find ways to prosper together beyond 2020? USHCA is honored to host Craig Allen, President of the US – China Business Council, and Albert Xie, Vice President Public Policy and Government Relations GM China, in this dialogue focused on these important questions. Member-only discussions will follow after the public program.
2020 has been an especially challenging year for healthcare professionals as well as educators who have worked hand-in-hand across US and China in the past. In this discussion, we bring together practitioners, administrators, and others involved in the field of nursing to discuss experiences relevant to Chinese and American nurses, including the challenges of the COVID pandemic, as well as the future of U.S. – China nursing collaboration.
As the world’s dominant powers, the U.S. and China have a tremendous influence and impact on a global response for climate change. In this discussion we will hear from Barbara Finamore, Senior Strategic Director for Asia at the Natural Resources Defense Council, Fritz Mayer, Dean of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver, Beth Keck 柯 培 新, Volkswagen Sustainability Chair, Schwarzman Scholar at Tsinghua University, and Professor Sam Zhao, Director of the Center for China-US Cooperation, on how US and China can collaborate on Climate Change for the benefit of our world.
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on reddit Share on whatsapp Following our previous event , U.S. China Trade & Future of Agriculture in the Heartland, we’ve invited Dr. Wendong Zhang, Assistant Professor in the Department
In a joint program with the Asia Society, we’ll be learning more about their Story Circles program, created to cultivate intercultural competencies and to build bridges of understanding between the U.S. and China. International education has been a means to