China, University of Memphis relationship continues with healthcare visit
The Daily News, May 20, 2008
The University of Memphis is hosting a delegation of 19 healthcare officials from rural regions of China. The officials are spending three weeks in West Tennessee learning about American healthcare, particularly in rural areas. The visitors are part of a group of 50 from China who are in clusters across the state, seeking strategies to improve rural medicine. Tennessee officials also hope to learn how to handle some of the issues on the homefront from the Chinese.
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