Annie Barr first visited China in October 2014 as part of an innovative showcase programme in Central China. Since then, we have visited healthcare organisations, government officials and education institutions across China and have secured agreements in Hangzhou, Chengdu, Beijing and Shanghai.
We work closely with the UK government via Healthcare UK and other reputable institutions, such as the China Britain Business Council (CBBC). We are also founding members of the UK International Healthcare Management Association (UKIHMA); a pioneering association of NHS (public) and private sector organisations dedicated to exporting the best of British expertise in healthcare.
Our accredited, face-to-face training will provide your workforce with the skills, knowledge and competence needed to provide compassionate and high quality care.
By adapting Western expertise to the Chinese healthcare sector, we are able to offer culturally appropriate training that will best-equip staff to deal with the country’s emerging healthcare issues, alleviating the pressures of an ageing population and an increasing prevalence in chronic disease.
We are able to develop and training programmes for nurses, carers, healthcare support staff and doctors working in:
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We are able to assign a team of internationally qualified doctors, nurses and healthcare managers to impart their expertise, gained through experience of working in the NHS and other leading healthcare systems around the world.
This expertise related to, but is not limited to:
As an indirect consequence of remarkable economic development and an increase in living standards, China now has the largest and most rapidly ageing population and surging incidence rates for long-term conditions. These issues, coupled with the lack of a robust primary care system and relevant expertise, pose significant issues.
At Annie Barr, we understand the pressures this creates and are experienced in dealing with them.
Following highly publicised success in China, Annie Barr International was commissioned to play a vital role in the Prosperity Fund’s GP Paediatric Professional Training Model Pilot Project, which aims to support the development of referral pathways for paediatric diseases in China. This pilot, which will involve the delivery of a programme of training for GPs, will be used as an examplar to local and national policy makers for both developing a paediatric tiered healthcare model and also other disease referral pathways in primary healthcare in China.
During May 2017 CEO Annie Barr spoke at the UK Property & Healthcare Marketplace event. This event brought together investors from China and UK developers, agents and professional advisors. The aim of the event was to enable and maximise the sharing of knowledge about market trends, offer project opportunities and to develop new business connections.