About CMA, OGHFU, SIPPR
Chinese Medical Association (CMA) is a non-profit national academic organization in China. It is an important social force in the development of medical science and technology and a connection between government and medical professionals. Established in 1915, CMA now has 88 specialty societies and 677,000 members in China.
The Obstetrics & Gynecology Hospital of Fudan University (OGHFU) is an academic center evolved from Xi Men Women and Children Hospital–a missionary hospital and the first women and children hospital in Shanghai donated by an American woman, Ms. Margaret Williamson in 1884. The hospital has developed into a full-fledged academic center and specialized in women’s healthcare. It also serves as the demonstration site for hospital service standards for obstetrics and gynecology.
Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood Research (SIPPR) is affiliated to Shanghai Academy of Science & Technology and is a social welfare research institution in the field of family planning and reproductive health. It has been recognized as a Collaborating Center for Research in Reproduction by the World Health Organization since 1983. Its main responsibilities include: providing scientific and technological support for meeting Chinese people’s needs for family planning and reproductive health; providing policy-making consultation for health and family planning authorities of different levels to design relevant polices and promotion models; and providing society with public services by popularizing popular science and publishing technical journals and other forms.