The Hubei University of Medicine is a public university in Shiyan City, Hubei Province, China. The university was founded in the year 1965, it was originally known as Wuhan Medical College Yunyang School. The college was established in Yun County, which is a remote area in mountains of the north of Hubei province. The presently known Hubei University got its name after multiple transitions.
At first, the university was established as Wuhan medical college Yunyang School.Wuhan Medical College Yunyang School in the year 1965. The university was led by a team of 50 professionals and managers.The university was initially established in Yunyang, Hubei Province.Later, the school was relocated to Shiyan City, Yunyang, Hubei.
In 1986, the school was renamed to Tongji Medical University Yunyang.In 1994, the name was again changed to Yunyang Medical college.The college incorporated with Shiyan Health/Medical School and Shiyan Nursing School, in the year 1998.In the year 2010, the university was renamed to Hubei University of medicine.
The school has 8065 staff members. Various professional and technical personnel of the school (including affiliated hospitals) accounted for 84.98% of the total number of employees, including 727 professor-level professors, 1005 associate professor-level professors, and 1021 postgraduate supervisors, including 458 doctoral supervisors. The school has 15,986 full-time students, including 1,193 doctoral students, 4,447 master students, 9,178 ordinary undergraduate students, and 1,145 foreign students, students from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan.
Hubei University of Medicine (湖北医科大学) has actively carried out international exchanges and cooperation. It has established a Sino-British Joint College in cooperation with the Queen’s University of Belfast in the United Kingdom. As well as 90 universities and research institutions in Macao and Taiwan and other countries and regions, it has established good communication relationships with the World Bank (WBG), the United States Chinese Medical Foundation (CMB), the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and other institutions. Fruitful cooperation. There are 408 internationally renowned experts and scholars employed as honorary titles of the school. In recent years, 82 important international cooperation projects and 37 CMB projects have been launched. Every year, a group of college students’ innovation and entrepreneurship training programs are supported by the state and schools. The undergraduate entrepreneurship team has won one gold and one silver prize in the Challenge Cup China University Student Entrepreneurship Competition.
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The Shiyan Municipality, Hubei Province, presents an interesting example of urbanization. The population of Shiyan increased from 333,089 in 1990, to 724,016 in 2010, and to 879,000 in 2021. To accommodate the increased urbanization in the Shiyan region, as in other regions of China, engineers have found an innovative way to create more land for building flattening mountain tops.
Shiyan was developed as part of the Third Front construction. During the 1960s, Mao Zedong and other government officials, fearing upheaval and invasion, sought to establish industry in more remote locations. Shiyan, located in a portion of northwest Hubei then known for its poverty, was then a small village comprising a few hundred households.
Shiyan’s total area is subject to major change as part of the South to North water diversion project of the Han River. Shiyan’s city government recognizes 19 religious organizations within the city, which represent 4 religions: Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, and Christianity.
Shiyan is a major center of the automobile industry in China since being chosen as the site of Dongfeng Motors predecessor Second Auto. In Mao’s industrial plan, the Wudang mountains offered the city protection from possible enemy attacks. Starting in the 1960s, the small town grew to a major city as Dongfeng employed up to 200,000 locals and operated almost all major amenities in the city.
In Shiyan, the summers are hot, muggy, and wet; the winters are very cold and snowy; and it is partly cloudy year round. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 29°F to 93°F and is rarely below 23°F or above 101°F.