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Xinshuo Project Campus Tours

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The Xinshuo Project, which is launched as part of a partnership between the Non-Profit Incubator and ACCESS Health China, prepares undergraduate students to enter the health work force by improving their understanding of the digital health industry.

In March, the project launched a series of promotional events at universities across Shanghai. These universities included Shanghai Institute of Technology, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shanghai University of Medicine & Health Sciences, Shanghai Second Polytechnic University, and Shanda University. project prepares undergraduate students to enter the health work force by improving their understanding of the digital health industry. Participation at the events has been overwhelming, with more than eight hundred undergraduate students appearing at our in person events and more than one thousand followers of the online community. 

Industry experts spoke at each of the events, sharing their knowledge and experiences and providing invaluable career advice to the young students. The expert guests were the founders, directors and human resource managers of leading companies, such as Pin An Health Cloud, Sanpower Group, and Xianpu Smart Care. Career counselors and student run career clubs also participated in the events.

The Xinshuo Project is sponsored by J.P Morgan and supports students interested in entering the digital health industry through
a series of tailored online and offline classes and activities.

Anna Dirksen

Anna Dirksen

Anna Dirksen is Director of Communications at ACCESS Health International and leads the global communications strategy for the organization.

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