One of the hottest topic recently is that COVID-19 vaccination is now available for foreigners in China. Due to many restrictions of the strict border control between China and Malaysia, Malaysian citizens who living in China are facing difficulties to travel back to Malaysia to deal with some government related matters, which can be frustrating.
MayCham China in Shanghai is organising a Cakap Cakap information sharing session co-organised with the Consulate of Malaysia in Shanghai and co-sponsored by Shanghai United Family Hospital. This Cakap-Cakap session will be held on 15th April 2021, and is open to all Malaysians.
In Session 1, Dr. Wu from Shanghai United Family Hospital will provide information on the different types of vaccines currently available for vaccination, and the side-effects, as well as Dr. Wu's professional explanation of precautions before and after the injection of vaccine and health management. In Session 2 and 3, the Consuls from the Consulate of Malaysia in Shanghai will provide relevant information on consulate-related services, including Renewal of Malaysia Passport, Good Conduct Application, Birth Registration and Marriage Registration.
Seats are limited, registration is on first come first serve basis.
Internal Medicine Physician at Shanghai United Family Hospital
Areas of specialty treatments: Dr. Wu has long been engaged in the clinical practice of common chronic diseases in internal medicine, especially in metabolic disease such as non alcoholic fatty liver disease. She is experienced in the management of chronic diseases, adapting therapy in consideration of coexisting and concurrent diseases, and giving patients guidance in diet and exercise, guiding self-care and evaluation.
Education: Dr. Wu received her Master degree of Medicine from Shanghai Jiaotong University in 2007. She completed her residency in internal medicine at Lariboisiere Hospital in 2006. In 2010, she participated in medical research of metabolic syndrome (MetS) and non alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in Novel Hopital Civil in Strasbourg in France. She was later awarded a medical Doctor’s degree in 2018 from Shanghai Jiaotong University.
Background: Dr. Wu has over 10 years of clinical experience. Before joining Shanghai United Family Hospital, Dr. Wu served in Shanghai Xin Hua Hospital Geriatric Intensive Care Unit, experienced with common chronic diseases in internal medicine, as well as the treatment of critical patients with cardiovascular, respiratory and nervous system diseases. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Wu has published in medical journals, including the Chinese Journal of Digestion and the Preventive Medicine.