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Normal Operation of the Baiyitong® APP during COVID-19 Pa...
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Successful Opening of the Seventh National Summit of Heads...
The First Exhibition of China Tuberculosis-related Artifac...
Successful Holding of the Inaugural General Assembly of th...
The Successful Holding of the 7th National Summit of TB Ho...
Innovation Alliance on Tuberculosis Diagnosis and Treatmen...
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China Tuberculosis Clinical Trial Consortium （CTCTC, hereafter,the consortium）serves as a nation-wide platform for collaboratively carrying out TB-related clinical trials. Its membership is consisted of numerous domestically and internationally renowned TB research teams and other relevant stakeholders who are committed to the clinical research and development of novel anti-TB agents, new preexposure vaccines and diagnostics. Founded in September 2013, the consortium adopts a governing system of the council, and led by the Capital Medical University’s Beijing Chest Hospital who occupies the council’s president-ship. A special office has been set up within the structure of the China Disease Control’s(CDC) TB Clinical and Prevention Center to undertake the daily operations of the consortium. A long-term collaboration has been established between the consortium and the United States National Institute of Health (NIH), who via its subsidiary the Family Health International 360 (FHI 360) has provided for the founding and development of the consortium with an all round technical support. In 2017, the consortium has formerly become one of the subsidiaries of the Innovation Alliance on Tuberculosis Diagnosis and Treatment (Beijing) (hereafter,IATB).
The National Tuberculosis Remote Platform of Professional Consultation and Training was unveiled on 23rd March 2012 in Beijing. Currently its coverage has extended to some 190 medical institutions across 31 provinces and regions in China. Utilizing remote communication technologies,the platform has undertaken a multitude of operations including medical consultation (multi-disciplinary consultation, consultation of complicated cases), medical training programs, professional exchanges and interactions, patient management, emergency assistance to name just a few. Thanks to its versatility, the platform has played a vital role in a number of major domestic emergencies, and grown into the largest remote professional platform in the field nation-wide.