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Guide: In the health promotion initiative, China has made unremitting efforts to achieve integration with the world. On November 23, the 9th Global Health Promotion Conference was held in China for the first time. At the Chinese Medicine Development Forum of the conference, Chinese medicine experts conducted in-depth exchanges on the theme of “Traditional Chinese Medicine for Human Health”. In this issue, an excerpt of three experts at the conference will take you to the conference to see what contribution TCM will bring to human health.

 

Zhang Boli: Chinese and Western Medicine Pay Equally to Solve the Problem of Medical Reform in the World

 

(Zhang Boli - Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, Dean of the Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine) Chinese medicine has a history of 5,000 years and has a lot of experience. The ancient wisdom can still play a role today. We often say that although Chinese medicine is ancient, many of its ideas No

 

The World Health Organization pointed out in the report "Challenging the Challenges of the 21st Century" that "medicine in the 21st century should not continue to use disease as its main research area, and health should be the main research direction of medicine."

 

Therefore, we should see that health is the basic right of human beings. The purpose of medicine should be from the treatment of people's diseases to the treatment of people, from the emphasis on disease to the quality of life, from the emphasis on physical health to the psychological imbalance of people.

 

In 2008, the Beijing Declaration issued by the World Health Organization stated that the international community, governments and health professionals and workers need to act and cooperate according to national capabilities, priorities and relevant legislation to ensure the proper use of traditional medicine. It is an important part of promoting the realization of everyone's health. The declaration clarifies that countries around the world should focus on the spread of traditional medicine.

 

To solve the problem of the world of medical reform with the Chinese-style approach, the solution is to pay equal attention to both Chinese and Western medicine and adhere to prevention. The emphasis on both Chinese and Western medicine is our significant advantage. The State Council has formulated the "Chinese Medicine Health Service Development Plan (2015-2020)", which covers industrial services related to health care, treatment, rehabilitation, pension and cultural tourism including Chinese medicine from seven aspects. Trade has been deployed to expand the radius of Chinese medicine services. After 20 years of development, Chinese medicine has increased its output value by 30 times, accounting for one-third of the entire biomedical industry. There are more than 500 varieties of Chinese medicine sales of over 100 million, more than 50 varieties of more than one billion, forming a degree of aggregation and improving product quality. Now we have a total of 42 independent Chinese medicine institutions, as well as more than 700,000 students, and the experimental conditions have been considerably improved.

 

In addition, Chinese medicine has accumulated a wealth of experience in health care and is still effective today. In the concept of TCM health care, nutrition is the maintenance, maintenance, and maintenance, and life is life, survival, and growth. With different seasons to have different health methods, it is necessary to adapt to four o'clock, at the same time to adjust their own emotions, adjust their diet, and exercise to adjust the meridians. Although the concept of TCM health has been used for thousands of years, it is still effective.

 

Traditional Chinese medicine has not done enough in establishing standards and research mechanisms. The development of Chinese medicine requires communication and mutual understanding between China and the West, so that Chinese medicine can grow into a towering tree. Today, the demand for Chinese medicine is strong, and it welcomes good development opportunities and will make important contributions to human health.

 

Chen Kaixian: Carrying forward the advantages of traditional medicine is a contemporary medical trend

 

(Chen Kaixian - Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chairman of the Shanghai Association for Science and Technology) The two medical systems of the East and the West have their own development history, different theoretical frameworks, medical models and methods. Compared with Western medicine, the characteristics of traditional Chinese medicine are embodied in the overall level and dynamic level of the spirit. There is a simple system theory, which is derived from the compound thinking mode of the philosophical thinking of heaven and man. It uses more experience accumulation and analogy reasoning. It is applied to a variety of systems in the human body, emphasizing the whole, emphasizing the inter-relationship of multiple factors, paying more attention to dialectical and treating people with diseases, and paying more attention to the overall effect, and has philosophical thinking on the interpretation of pathology.

 

In the past few thousand years, Chinese medicine has made a very significant and indelible contribution to the health care of the Chinese people. It still plays a very important and irreplaceable role.

 

At present, contemporary medicine faces serious challenges. The first is the rapid increase in the incidence of chronic diseases. Chronic diseases have become the main cause of death. Among the top ten causes of death caused by diseases, chronic diseases account for more than 80%.

 

In addition, the contemporary medical model has changed, and the main cause of the disease is not biological factors, but lifestyle and behavior. Therefore, we must make fundamental adjustments to the purpose of medicine, and turn the medical development strategy to prevent disease and maintain health. Only in this way can we achieve sustainable medical development.

 

Aiming at the enormous challenges faced, the advantages of absorbing and promoting traditional medicine have become the trend of contemporary medical development. In 2006, a bilateral forum between China and France was held in France; in 2009, the World Health Assembly passed the resolution of traditional medicine; in June 2014, the World Health Organization adopted the strategy of traditional medicine; in 2015, international traditional medicine was held in Macau. To be integrated into the forum of the mainstream medical system.

 

Traditional Chinese medicine has its unique advantages in the treatment of chronic and complex diseases, and it is the adjustment of the overall multi-target and multi-level effects. Traditional Chinese medicine has made important contributions to the treatment of many diseases. Professor Tu Yu, who developed a new anti-malarial drug, won the Nobel Prize in 2015 and saved many patients' lives. Longhua Hospital's integrated Chinese and Western medicine therapy extended the median survival of patients with advanced lung cancer for more than five months.

 

In deepening medical reform, we can further develop the advantages of traditional Chinese medicine. Due to the transformation and development of society, the degree of aging and urbanization has increased, and the demand for “treatment without disease” is also growing rapidly. At the same time, big data also provides a very important opportunity for the development of the health industry. The combination of Chinese medicine and big data can greatly promote the change of medical service model. I hope that we can seize the advantages of time, place and people, and promote the Chinese medicine industry to better serve humanity and achieve internationalization and modernization.

 

Zhang Qi: The world's demand for traditional medicine continues to increase

 

(Zhang Qi - Director of the Department of Traditional Medicine and Complementary Medicine, World Health Organization) In 2013, the World Health Organization's traditional medicine strategy stated that the potential of traditional and complementary medicine in health care should be tapped in the next 10 years. A people-centred health care system; and promote the safe, effective and standardized use of traditional and complementary medicine by integrating research and practice of traditional and complementary medical products in health systems and management of practitioners. The specific direction of this strategic goal requires that management should strengthen security and rational application, and integrate and promote full coverage of health, integrating traditional and complementary medicine into the large system of health services. The contribution of Chinese medicine to health services needs further Digging.

 

In 2014, the World Health Organization Conference adopted a resolution on traditional and complementary medicine, urging member states to adapt, adopt and implement the WHO traditional medicine strategy as the basis for national traditional and complementary medicine projects and programs; To help member states formulate knowledge-based national policy standards and regulatory measures, and strengthen corresponding capacity building, provide policy guidance to member states, and provide technical support in the safety and quality assurance of traditional and complementary medicine. Under the goal of realizing a universal and people-oriented medical security system, traditional and complementary medicine will have a lot to offer:

 

From a coverage perspective, there is a broader coverage, and this year it passed a resolution on integrating people-centred health services. This is also the importance of further emphasizing tradition and complementary medicine. It is hoped that all member states will adopt a holistic approach to integrate traditional and complementary medicine and modern health systems based on their national conditions and policies.

 

Traditional and complementary medicine can play an important role in health promotion. First, it can be used for disease prevention, sub-clinical intervention in health and wellness, and primary health care including rehabilitation and palliative care. It is necessary to strengthen the innovation of the capacity building and intervention methods of traditional and complementary medicine practitioners. Of course, it is necessary to empower consumers and ordinary people, and give the public the right to self-health, so that they have more healthy choices.

 

In terms of policy, member states should align their national policies with the World Health Organization's strategy. In addition, a good integrated service model should be promoted and promoted, including health interventions such as Tai Chi and Yoga.

 

 

Guide: In the health promotion initiative, China has made unremitting efforts to achieve integration with the world. On November 23, the 9th Global Health Promotion Conference was held in China for the first time. At the Chinese Medicine Development Forum of the conference, Chinese medicine experts conducted in-depth exchanges on the theme of “Traditional Chinese Medicine for Human Health”. In this issue, an excerpt of three experts at the conference will take you to the conference to see what contribution TCM will bring to human health.

 

Zhang Boli: Chinese and Western Medicine Pay Equally to Solve the Problem of Medical Reform in the World

 

(Zhang Boli - Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, Dean of the Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine) Chinese medicine has a history of 5,000 years and has a lot of experience. The ancient wisdom can still play a role today. We often say that although Chinese medicine is ancient, many of its ideas Not far behind, many ancient Chinese medicines discovered still have vitality until today.

 

The World Health Organization pointed out in the report "Challenging the Challenges of the 21st Century" that "medicine in the 21st century should not continue to use disease as its main research area, and health should be the main research direction of medicine."

 

Therefore, we should see that health is the basic right of human beings. The purpose of medicine should be from the treatment of people's diseases to the treatment of people, from the emphasis on disease to the quality of life, from the emphasis on physical health to the psychological imbalance of people.

 

In 2008, the Beijing Declaration issued by the World Health Organization stated that the international community, governments and health professionals and workers need to act and cooperate according to national capabilities, priorities and relevant legislation to ensure the proper use of traditional medicine. It is an important part of promoting the realization of everyone's health. The declaration clarifies that countries around the world should focus on the spread of traditional medicine.

 

To solve the problem of the world of medical reform with the Chinese-style approach, the solution is to pay equal attention to both Chinese and Western medicine and adhere to prevention. The emphasis on both Chinese and Western medicine is our significant advantage. The State Council has formulated the "Chinese Medicine Health Service Development Plan (2015-2020)", which covers industrial services related to health care, treatment, rehabilitation, pension and cultural tourism including Chinese medicine from seven aspects. Trade has been deployed to expand the radius of Chinese medicine services. After 20 years of development, Chinese medicine has increased its output value by 30 times, accounting for one-third of the entire biomedical industry. There are more than 500 varieties of Chinese medicine sales of over 100 million, more than 50 varieties of more than one billion, forming a degree of aggregation and improving product quality. Now we have a total of 42 independent Chinese medicine institutions, as well as more than 700,000 students, and the experimental conditions have been considerably improved.

 

In addition, Chinese medicine has accumulated a wealth of experience in health care and is still effective today. In the concept of TCM health care, nutrition is the maintenance, maintenance, and maintenance, and life is life, survival, and growth. With different seasons to have different health methods, it is necessary to adapt to four o'clock, at the same time to adjust their own emotions, adjust their diet, and exercise to adjust the meridians. Although the concept of TCM health has been used for thousands of years, it is still effective.

Traditional Chinese medicine has not done enough in establishing standards and research mechanisms. The development of Chinese medicine requires communication and mutual understanding between China and the West, so that Chinese medicine can grow into a towering tree. Today, the demand for Chinese medicine is strong, and it welcomes good development opportunities and will make important contributions to human health.

 

Chen Kaixian: Carrying forward the advantages of traditional medicine is a contemporary medical trend

 

(Chen Kaixian - Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chairman of the Shanghai Association for Science and Technology) The two medical systems of the East and the West have their own development history, different theoretical frameworks, medical models and methods. Compared with Western medicine, the characteristics of traditional Chinese medicine are embodied in the overall level and dynamic level of the spirit. There is a simple system theory, which is derived from the compound thinking mode of the philosophical thinking of heaven and man. It uses more experience accumulation and analogy reasoning. It is applied to a variety of systems in the human body, emphasizing the whole, emphasizing the inter-relationship of multiple factors, paying more attention to dialectical and treating people with diseases, and paying more attention to the overall effect, and has philosophical thinking on the interpretation of pathology.

 

In the past few thousand years, Chinese medicine has made a very significant and indelible contribution to the health care of the Chinese people. It still plays a very important and irreplaceable role.

 

At present, contemporary medicine faces serious challenges. The first is the rapid increase in the incidence of chronic diseases. Chronic diseases have become the main cause of death. Among the top ten causes of death caused by diseases, chronic diseases account for more than 80%.

 

In addition, the contemporary medical model has changed, and the main cause of the disease is not biological factors, but lifestyle and behavior. Therefore, we must make fundamental adjustments to the purpose of medicine, and turn the medical development strategy to prevent disease and maintain health. Only in this way can we achieve sustainable medical development.

 

Aiming at the enormous challenges faced, the advantages of absorbing and promoting traditional medicine have become the trend of contemporary medical development. In 2006, a bilateral forum between China and France was held in France; in 2009, the World Health Assembly passed the resolution of traditional medicine; in June 2014, the World Health Organization adopted the strategy of traditional medicine; in 2015, international traditional medicine was held in Macau. To be integrated into the forum of the mainstream medical system.

 

Traditional Chinese medicine has its unique advantages in the treatment of chronic and complex diseases, and it is the adjustment of the overall multi-target and multi-level effects. Traditional Chinese medicine has made important contributions to the treatment of many diseases. Professor Tu Yu, who developed a new anti-malarial drug, won the Nobel Prize in 2015 and saved many patients' lives. Longhua Hospital's integrated Chinese and Western medicine therapy extended the median survival of patients with advanced lung cancer for more than five months.

 

In deepening medical reform, we can further develop the advantages of traditional Chinese medicine. Due to the transformation and development of society, the degree of aging and urbanization has increased, and the demand for “treatment without disease” is also growing rapidly. At the same time, big data also provides a very important opportunity for the development of the health industry. The combination of Chinese medicine and big data can greatly promote the change of medical service model. I hope that we can seize the advantages of time, place and people, and promote the Chinese medicine industry to better serve humanity and achieve internationalization and modernization.

 

Zhang Qi: The world's demand for traditional medicine continues to increase

 

(Zhang Qi - Director of the Department of Traditional Medicine and Complementary Medicine, World Health Organization) In 2013, the World Health Organization's traditional medicine strategy stated that the potential of traditional and complementary medicine in health care should be tapped in the next 10 years. A people-centred health care system; and promote the safe, effective and standardized use of traditional and complementary medicine by integrating research and practice of traditional and complementary medical products in health systems and management of practitioners. The specific direction of this strategic goal requires that management should strengthen security and rational application, and integrate and promote full coverage of health, integrating traditional and complementary medicine into the large system of health services. The contribution of Chinese medicine to health services needs further Digging.

 

In 2014, the World Health Organization Conference adopted a resolution on traditional and complementary medicine, urging member states to adapt, adopt and implement the WHO traditional medicine strategy as the basis for national traditional and complementary medicine projects and programs; To help member states formulate knowledge-based national policy standards and regulatory measures, and strengthen corresponding capacity building, provide policy guidance to member states, and provide technical support in the safety and quality assurance of traditional and complementary medicine. Under the goal of realizing a universal and people-oriented medical security system, traditional and complementary medicine will have a lot to offer:

 

From a coverage perspective, there is a broader coverage, and this year it passed a resolution on integrating people-centred health services. This is also the importance of further emphasizing tradition and complementary medicine. It is hoped that all member states will adopt a holistic approach to integrate traditional and complementary medicine and modern health systems based on their national conditions and policies.

 

Traditional and complementary medicine can play an important role in health promotion. First, it can be used for disease prevention, sub-clinical intervention in health and wellness, and primary health care including rehabilitation and palliative care. It is necessary to strengthen the innovation of the capacity building and intervention methods of traditional and complementary medicine practitioners. Of course, it is necessary to empower consumers and ordinary people, and give the public the right to self-health, so that they have more healthy choices.

 

In terms of policy, member states should align their national policies with the World Health Organization's strategy. In addition, a good integrated service model should be promoted and promoted, including health interventions such as Tai Chi and Yoga.

 

In terms of training, it is necessary to strengthen the training of officials in charge of traditional and complementary medicine. At the same time, it is necessary to provide ordinary people with traditional and supplementary medicine education so that they can make healthy choices on their own initiative.In terms of training, it is necessary to strengthen the training of officials in charge of traditional and complementary medicine. At the same time, it is necessary to provide ordinary people with traditional and supplementary medicine education so that they can make healthy choices on their own initiative.