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纽约中华医学基金会(CMB)

    中华医学基金会始于1914年,当时是洛克非勒基金会的分支机构。1928年纽约中华医学基金会正式成为独立机构。该基金主要向北京协和医学院提供资助,直到该院收归国有。此后,中华医学基金会资助了数个东亚和东南亚国家的医学教育机构。1980年,中华医学基金会恢复了对中华人民共和国医学教育的资助。最近的项目涉及东亚和东南亚的11个国家和地区。基金会的主要资助方向为医学、护理、及公共卫生的教学和科研。

    资助经费主要用于开发新项目和继续已有项目。受助人把资金用于教学和科研以促进其国民健康水平。很多学校通过在教学、科研、海外交流和图书馆建立方面获取配套资金,为其长期发展做出了巨大贡献。

    中华医学基金会是一个资助性基金会,选择性地对医学院校提供资金,帮助其在医学、护理、和公共卫生方面的开展项目。受助单位被认为是其所在国家医学教育或/和科研方面的重要机构。基金会特别期待受助单位把资金用于完善医学、护理、和公共卫生方面的学术水平和专业内容。本着这一主旨,中华医学基金会主要对东亚和东南亚国家的学校提供资助,目前不资助有资机构、健康保健项目、个人、专业社团或不隶属于大学的研究机构。

CHINA MEDICAL BOARD

    The China Medical Board began in 1914 as a division of The Rockefeller Foundation. The China Medical Board of New York, Inc. was incorporated as an independent body in 1928. The Board devoted its funds largely to supporting the Peking Union Medical College until the college was nationalized and China's participation in the Korean conflict began in 1951. Thereafter, the Board assisted health professions-educational institutions in several East and Southeast Asian nations. In 1980, the Board began again to support health professions-educational institutions in the People's Republic of China. The Board's recent programs involve eleven countries and territories in East and Southeast Asia. The Board's primary activity is support of medical, nursing and public health education and research.

    The Board grants are both to develop new programs and to continue previous ones. The grants are to assist the recipients in education and research as a means to improve the health of the people of their country. Many schools have made significant contributions to their own long-term programs by raising matching funds for education, research, overseas fellowships and libraries.

    The China Medical Board is a grant-making foundation. Financial assistance is provided to selected educational institutions for programs in medicine, nursing, and public health. Each recipient institution is identified as a leading resource in its country for health-professions education, health research, or both. The Board is especially interested in grants to advance the recipient institution's pursuit of excellence and for the enhancement of the academic and professional content of medical, nursing, and public health education and training. As directed by its charter, the Board makes grants to institutions in East and Southeast Asia. The Board currently refrains from support for capital facilities; of activities directly for health care; and to individuals, professional and scientific societies, or research institutes independent of universities or colleges.

 
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