Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Introduction to Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (贵州中医药大学, website) was founded in 1965. Graduate education began in 1978 and was awarded the right to grant a master’s degree in 1981. It is one of the first batch of units with a master’s degree authorization approved by the Degree Committee of the State Council.
Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine was approved as a key university in Guizhou Province in 2004. In 2007, it was rated as an “excellent” institution for undergraduate teaching level assessment. It successfully passed the undergraduate teaching review and evaluation of the Ministry of Education and the professional certification of Chinese medicine and pharmacy, and was awarded the “Civilized Campus” of Guizhou Province. In November 2018, the former “Guiyang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine” was renamed “Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine” by the Ministry of Education.
Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine is located in Guiyang, a beautiful and pleasant forest city, with two campuses, Huaxi and Jiaxiu. At present, there are more than 15,000 undergraduate students, including more than 1,000 postgraduates. There are basic medical college, college of pharmacy, first clinical college of medicine, second clinical college of medicine, acupuncture and trauma college, college of nursing, college of humanities and management, college of sports and health, college of information engineering (modern information technology education center), continuing 15 colleges (departments), including the College of Education, the Marxism College, the Foreign Language Teaching Department, the Graduate School, the Miao College of Medicine, and the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Health; there are 10 institutes such as Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chinese Medicine, and National Medicine; there are two directly affiliated hospitals, They are all Grade A Chinese medicine hospitals. The first affiliated hospital is “Guizhou Provincial Traditional Chinese Hospital” and the second affiliated hospital is “Guizhou Provincial Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Hospital.”
Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine currently has 1010 full-time teachers, of which nearly 600 have senior titles. Teachers with master’s degrees and above account for nearly 80% of full-time teachers, and 36 doctoral supervisors (part-time). There are 1 “Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine” and 4 “National Famous Chinese Medicine”; nearly 50 nationally-known experts including special allowance experts from the State Council, academic experts who inherit the academic experience of Chinese medicine experts, and well-known national level experts; More than 80 provincial and ministerial-level well-known experts including provincial management experts, provincial Chinese medicine experts, provincial government special allowance experts, and high-level innovative “hundred” and “thousand” level talents. In 2019, Dr. Zhou Ying of our school was selected into the National Ten Million Talent Project. And was awarded the honorary title of “National Young Experts with Outstanding Contributions”; there are 5 master studios (stations) of Chinese medicine, 3 famous traditional Chinese medicine studios, 20 famous traditional Chinese medicine expert inheritance studios, and Guizhou Province folk 1 medical (pharmaceutical) division inheritance studio, 15 provincial talent training bases and talent teams.
The university currently has 23 undergraduate majors, covering 6 disciplines in medicine, science, engineering, management, law, and education. There are 27 master degree authorization points, including 3 master degree points for first-level disciplines, 20 master degree points for second-level disciplines, and 4 professional master degree points. 32 provincial and ministerial key disciplines, including 1 national key (cultivation) discipline, 18 key disciplines of the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 4 provincial key disciplines, 7 provincial key disciplines, and Guizhou’s domestic first-class construction disciplines 1 and 1 regional first-class construction discipline.
Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine currently has a national experimental teaching demonstration center, a national pilot project for the reform of outstanding Chinese medicine talents, a national professional comprehensive reform pilot project, a national college student off-campus practice education base, and a national Three excellent video public courses and four national specialties. There are 3 provincial-level specialty programs, 7 provincial-level demonstrative undergraduate programs, 4 provincial-level professional comprehensive reform projects, 4 provincial-level experimental teaching demonstration centers, 3 provincial-level talents education training program construction projects, and provincial-level boutiques. 13 courses, 2 provincial college innovation and entrepreneurship training centers. In the past five years, he has won 21 provincial first-class construction projects and 51 provincial graduate education innovation plan projects; 14 provincial teaching achievement awards, including 1 special award and 4 first prizes; There are 309 textbooks, of which 33 are chief editors and 98 are deputy editors. In recent years, the average annual employment rate of fresh graduates has been above 90%, and the graduate employment rate has reached more than 95%.
Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine received 30 scientific research awards (2014-2018) at the provincial or ministerial level or above in the past five years; undertaken 1668 scientific research projects (2014-2018), of which 131 were national projects (2014-2018) In 2017, 2018, and 2019, the number of projects approved by the National Natural Science Foundation of China entered the top ten universities and research institutions of Chinese medicine for three consecutive years; 135 patents were authorized; 218 monographs were published; 4,178 papers were published, including 932 core journals. SCI contains 164 articles. The school has continuously increased the construction of scientific research platforms. There are 31 scientific research platforms at the provincial or ministerial level or above, including 5 provincial and ministerial key laboratories, 1 national engineering technology research center (co-construction), and 1 national drug clinical research base. 1. There is one National Experimental Station of Chinese Medicine Industry Technology System. In 2009, the Ministry of Science and Technology was rated as “National Excellent Unit for the Construction of Modern Traditional Chinese Medicine Industrial Bases” and in 2011, it was rated as the “Excellent Team of University Science and Technology Management in the 11th Five-Year Plan”.
Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine actively carries out domestic and foreign exchanges and cooperation to serve the country’s “Belt and Road” development strategy. The school has the qualifications for foreign student enrollment and training, and carries out academic education, short-term training and exchange student programs; it has successively conducted with universities, universities and research institutions in the UK, France, Germany, Australia, South Korea, Singapore, Thailand and other countries, as well as Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan regions. Exchanges and cooperation to carry out Sino-Korea joint free clinic services; projects such as the International Joint Laboratory of the Ministry of Education, overseas practice bases, and Sino-German cardiac rehabilitation bases were successfully carried out; the China-ASEAN Academic Forum on Traditional Medicine and Ethnic Medicine was continuously held, and the school’s international influence continued to increase .
Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine has seized the precious opportunities of accelerating the development of medical and health services, higher education in China and the rapid development of the traditional Chinese medicine and national medicine industry, and actively adapted to the needs of a comprehensively well-off society and the accelerated development of Guizhou’s economy and society. Construction, cohesion and development. The school has realized a change from expanding the scale of running schools and attaching importance to infrastructure construction to focusing on the connotation construction of disciplines, majors, and scientific research, and effectively improving the quality of talent training. Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine is based in Guizhou and faces the whole country. It is working hard to build the university into a multi-disciplinary coordinated development with distinctive ethnic medicine characteristics and a high-level Chinese medicine university with a certain influence in the country.