Past Newsletters

The Harvard China Health Partnership introduced its newsletter China Health Connection in 2020. Explore previous editions of the newsletter and other reports below.

Fourth Newsletter Issue - February 2024

In the fourth issue, Faculty Director Winnie Yip highlights the fifth annual Flagship Training held jointly with NHSA in Kunming, as well as recent engagements across China with longstanding HCHP partner universities, rural townships and villages, and community-based programs dedicated to addressing ageing populations.

Third Newsletter Issue - May 2022

In the third issue, Faculty Director Winnie Yip highlights recent research contributions spanning health systems, internet health, ageing, and health philanthropy; our third annual Executive Education Program for policymakers at China’s National Healthcare Security Administration; and the return of a range of student-facing initiatives.

Second Newsletter Issue - September 2021

In the second issue, Faculty Director Winnie Yip discusses HCHP’s work on ageing in China, the research we showcased at the 2021 Congress of the International Health Economics Association, contributions made by our Global Health Systems series to training the next generation of health economists, and our recent journal publications, including articles associated with ongoing interventions to improve primary healthcare in Guizhou.

First Newsletter Issue - December 2020

In the first issue, Faculty Director Winnie Yip recaps our continued work with China’s policy makers at the National Healthcare Security Administration, the China and Global Experience with COVID-19 series held in Fall 2020, health system policy interventions currently being designed in Ningxia as an extension of past work conducted in the region, and recent journal publications, including a major 10-year review of China’s health-care reform published in The Lancet.

Philanthropy Report - September 2020

Harvard China Health Partnership’s work is enabled by a broad base of supporters who have generously contributed their time, energy, perspective, and philanthropic resources to our initiatives. The Philanthropy Report highlights the impact of this backing across our project portfolio in the 2019-2020 academic year.