Leveraging Technology and Cross-sector Partnerships to Improve Stroke Care in China

Seven members of our Bass Connections team traveled to China during fall break to learn more about healthcare infrastructure and the use of technology. Read about their experience in the attached PDF.

“Ultimately, health system strengthening requires collaboration across academia, government and industry. Fostering a culture of interdisciplinary collaboration can never start too early. Of the seven Bass team members who went to China, no two had the same majors. Our majors include ECE (electrical and computer engineering), public policy, psychology, computer science, biology, cognitive science (Program II), and global health. Every team member engaged in this experience with a unique lens and asked different questions. Moving forward, we hope to integrate these perspectives to develop innovative solutions in addressing the global burden of stroke and other non-communicable diseases.”

By: Lillian Blanchard, Chunxi Ding, Alexandria Hurley, Chelsea Liu, Sahil Sandhu, Jackie Xu, Natalie Yu

Leveraging Technology and Cross-sector Partnerships to Improve Stroke Care in China

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