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Even patients who undergo non-cardiac surgery are at risk of cardiovascular complications including death. Simply the stress, inflammation and clotting from any number of surgeries could predispose the heart to injury. Across the world, more than one million adults die within months of non-cardiac surgery each year.

Dr. Pallab K. Maulik joined The George Institute, India, as the Head of Research in early 2010. Dr Maulik, who was appointed Deputy Director of The George Institute, India, in early June, is motivated to develop research that can be translated into policy decisions relevant to India.

New research into the impact of injuries in Vietnam has revealed the catastrophic costs of recovering from an injury.

The Global Alliance for Chronic Disease (GACD) has announced major funding towards improving heart disease in the Pacific Islands. Over AU$1million dollars will be dedicated towards comprehensive salt reduction programmes in Fiji and Samoa, based on the success of the George Institute’s salt reduction workin Australia and internationally.

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Monday, 18 June, 2012 - 11:00

The George Institute for Global Health
Richard Doll Building, Old Road Campus, Oxford

Much is made in the Western media of the growing global political and economic importance of China and India.  There is also much commentary about personal rights, financial inequalities and social dissidence.

Media release: 
14/06/2012

Millions of Indians living with heart disease are set to receive a major boost, with Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council today announcing new funding for a cardiovascular research program focussed on India’s heart health. 

International and local experts in non-communicable diseases (NCDs) converged on Xi’an in Shaanxi Province, China, last week for the Fourth Annual Chronic Disease Forum for the Prevention and Management of Chronic Diseases and a Health Policy Roundtable.

Lijing L. Yan joined the George Institute in 2009 because she wanted to help improve the health of people across the globe and to work with decision makers to really drive change to health practices and policy.

Professor Yan is currently the Director of the China International Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Deputy Director of the George Institute China affiliated with the Peking University Health Science Center.

Lijing L. Yan joined the George Institute in 2009 because she wanted to help improve the health of people across the globe and to work with decision makers to really drive change to health practices and policy. Professor Yan is currently the Director of the China International Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Deputy Director of the George Institute China affiliated with the Peking University Health Science Center.

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