November 14, 2017

Skåne Care gives Gansu Province insight into research expertise in Skåne

Why Skåne Skåne is a region with a long tradition in research and innovation, with well-known research facilities such as Lund University, European Spallation Source (ESS) and Max IV. Skåne is a productive region both nationally and internationally: on average five research papers from Skåne University Hospital are published every day and Malmö has been…

November 3, 2017

Skåne Care in Riyadh

On 22-24 November, 2017, Skåne Care participated in a large Swedish delegation to Riyadh, Saudiarabia, headed by HE Ms Ann Linde, Minister of Trade and EU Affairs. The focus of discussion was continued collaboration in support of the KSA Vision 2030, here at meeting with HE Dr Tawfig AlRabiah, Minister of Health.    

August 11, 2017

Unique stroke expertise from Skåne to the United Arab Emirates

Stroke care in Skåne is outstanding and among the best in the world. The stroke model in Skåne will now be exported to the United Arab Emirates, where stroke is one of the most common causes of death. The costs of stroke for society is higher than for any other diagnosis. Modern stroke treatment comes…

June 29, 2017

Numerous visits from the Gansu Province

Skåne Care and Region Skåne has during the spring and early summer received numerous visitors from Gansu, China. We are very proud to be able to showcase the excellence of the healthcare in Region Skåne. Obstetrics, primary care and memory diseases are examples of areas that we have focused on.  

November 24, 2016

Skåne Care has signed two Memoranda of Understanding with the Gansu Province in China

In November Skåne Care visited the Gansu Province together with Skåne University Hospital, which was represented by Dr Karin Träff Nordström, Head of Primary Healthcare and Geriatrics. There was a lot of interest in collaborating with Skåne University Hospital and the visit resulted in two Memoranda of Understanding, one with The First Hospital of Lanzhou…

January 15, 2015

Successful first batch of students

Skåne Care, Malmö University and Lund University have successfully completed training for the first batch of students from the diploma program in diabetes and clinical care together with Fatima College of Health Science, United Arab Emirates. The program is at post-graduate level and renders a diploma from Malmö University. Diabetes is a major challenge…