“Every two weeks, I will bring a team to the Gaobeidian community to carry out teaching activities. This year is already the third year. The Chinese medicine experts enter the community is part of the pilot construction of the Chinese Medicine Health Village in the Beijing Municipal Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In five communities, we are here on the one hand, and on the other hand, we teach community Chinese herbalists.” Zhang Ning, director of the Department of Nephrology and Endocrinology, Wangjing Hospital, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, told reporters.
More healthy villages
The TCM Health and Rural Activities was carried out by the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It aims to achieve a transformation of rural and community TCM service models, a change in the service concept of medical and health technicians, and a change in the way of life behavior of villagers through five years of efforts to improve the health of villagers. . By 2020, 30 Beijing Chinese medicine leading talent teams, 500 Chinese medicine experts will cover 30 villages in 7 districts and counties, 30 rural Chinese medicine expert studios will be established, and 30 rural residents' health monitoring and research projects will be carried out to form training. 30 rural residents of traditional Chinese medicine health care team, training 100 small rural doctors around the "small famous doctors", training 3,000 rural family Chinese medicine health workers.
“Our team is one of the three teams of Wangjing Hospital. The services of other teams also cover Yanqing County, Miyun County, Huairou District, Pinggu District, etc. Last year, Xiagezhuang Village and Zhaogezhuang Village of Xiagezhuang Town, Heping Valley District The Ba Lizhuang community in Chaoyang District has been docked and conducted a clinic, etc. Zhang Ning said.
In addition to the Wangjing Hospital, the project unit of the TCM Healthy Rural Pilot Project includes the Guang'anmen Hospital of the Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Xiyuan Hospital, and Dongzhimen Hospital of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. The experts will carry out the “Ten One One” project under the rural Chinese medicine experts. These include: setting up a rural Chinese medicine expert studio, implementing a quadruple health management activity (including physical loyalty card, disease clear card, health education card, service contact card), writing a village health management report, forming a Comprehensive intervention measures for chronic diseases, implementation of a TCM syndrome monitoring and research on village health issues, promotion of a set of TCM exercise health practice, training of a team of TCM health workers in rural households, training of a small doctor alongside a peasant, establishment of A rural resident health management information platform, selected a Chinese medicine expert to work at the grassroots level. These measures aim to innovate rural Chinese medicine service models, explore rural Chinese medicine work mechanisms, promote the healthy and sustainable development of rural Chinese medicine, and continuously improve the health of villagers.
"Today's study is Ba Duan Jin. First, three audiences are invited to come to the stage to bring everyone to do it." Jin Yang, former director of the Department of Trauma and Orthopaedics at Wangjing Hospital, told the residents of the Gaobeidian community. "It is Mr. Zhang Ning who invited me to come over and talk about health exercises for everyone. I also talked about CCTV before. After retirement, I insisted on playing Ba Duan Jin and Tai Chi every day. My body is not bad. I hope to help the community residents to do something. Let's play some heat." Jin Yang smiled.
On the stage, the three old people took a one-on-one approach and took a serious shot. The undergraduates who were not familiar with Ba Duan Jin also followed the serious imitation, and the scene of the event was moving.
This is just a microcosm of the construction of the health care team of Chinese medicine. "In the future, we will continue to expand the number of people or the types of exercises, regularly hire professional teachers to guide, improve the level, guide more communities and rural residents to develop the habit of adhering to sports, spread the concept of health, and promote the concept of health from disease treatment to disease prevention. Change." Zhang Ning said.
Extensive service extension
Wang Xiaolei, the attending physician of Gaobeidian Community Health Service Center, has been serving the residents in the community for nine years since he graduated from Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. “Director Zhang Ning is my teacher. Every time she comes, the residents in our community are very happy. I sat in the activity center and waited early.” Wang Xiaolei smiled.
On the same day, Wang Xiaolei gave a lecture on the theme of “self-monitoring of diabetes” for residents. She used the “Su Mujie phenomenon” of diabetic patients with low blood sugar at night and high blood sugar before breakfast as the entry point, and told residents the clinical performance and response of “Su Mujie”. Measures to help residents adjust to overcome.
At the event site, each resident received a patient's blood sugar diary card. "This is the homework I have assigned to everyone. It is also a topic for me to participate in the "Chinese medicine psychological intervention project for patients with type 2 diabetes and depression" "Sampling records." Wang Xiaolei said, "Because patients with chronic kidney disease and diabetic nephropathy are generally older, many times they cannot record and monitor their blood sugar status in time. We hope that through the lectures, good living habits will be rooted in the residents. In my heart."
"Building a healthy village requires the concerted efforts of all parties. We must not only serve the community and the village, but also improve the health and literacy of the residents. In the future, we must cultivate more 'Wang Xiaolei', stick to the grassroots and retain the 'root' of health." Zhang Ning concluded.