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Queen Mary partners with London Medical Exchange to expand its postgraduate education in China

On Sunday, 24 March, Queen Mary University of London formally signed an agreement with the London Medical Exchange (LME) to bring postgraduate medical education to healthcare professionals across China.

London Medical Exchange partnership signing ceremony

Queen Mary signs partnership with London Medical Exchange to broaden access to postgraduate education for clinicians in China

The signing ceremony was facilitated by the Department for Business and Trade; the new partnership aims to broaden access to Queen Mary’s innovative medical training offerings delivered by the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry.  

Using advanced technology to deliver classes and real-life experiences has helped reach more students from marginalised groups, lower socio-economic backgrounds, and remote geographical areas over recent years and make healthcare education more accessible. 

London Medical Exchange is a UK-based healthcare development training company focused on improving the skills and knowledge of hospital executives, doctors, and nurses through professional courses across China. Its programmes and courses have been designed to meet the ever-changing medical environment, from problem solving to real-world examples. 

During the signing ceremony in Shanghai, Queen Mary’s Dean for Digital Education at the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Professor Chie Adachi, said:  

“We are delighted to join forces with the London Medical Exchange to open the doors to digital education for all. London Medical Exchange’s extensive network of hospitals and healthcare providers will help us deliver a cutting edge, online learning experience for healthcare transformation.”   

LME’s Managing Director, Craig Dookie, said: 

“London Medical Exchange has always strived to introduce the best of the UK’s medical teachings and this signing with Queen Mary University London truly represents this and our immense support to develop talented medical professionals across China.”   

Professor Sir Mark Caulfield, Vice Principal for Health for Queen Mary’s Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, said:  

“This exciting new partnership with LME will enable us to reach even more healthcare professionals across China with world-class medical education from this autumn”  

It is expected to see more clinicians and learners joining our PGT DL programmes from China through this partnership in September.

Distance learning (online) Blizard Institute programmes promoted through the partnership:

MSc/PGDip/PGCert Aesthetic Medicine

PGDip Clinical Dermatology

MSc/PGDip Gastroenterology

PGCert Tuberculosis

MSc/PGDip Advanced Neonatal Practice

MSc Trauma Sciences

MSc/PGDip Emergency and Resuscitation Medicine

MSc/PGDip/PGCert Paediatric Emergency Medicine



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