The “second generation of doctors” organized a group to come to the hospital to “visit the class” to understand the responsibilities and responsibilities of doctors

Source: People’s Daily Online – Original Manuscript of Hubei Channel

People’s Daily Online Wuhan, August 6th. On the morning of August 6th, a group of special “little guests” came to the Houhu District of Wuhan Central Hospital. , 80 children of medical staff entered the hospital in a group to “visit the class”. Learning first aid skills, making guest appearances as “little doctors”, and exploring “future hospitals”… A series of immersive experience activities allow the “second generation of doctors” to gain an in-depth understanding of their parents’ jobs, experience the charm of medicine, and understand the responsibilities and responsibilities of doctors.

The “second generation of doctors” participating in the activity are concentrated in the age group of 7-14 years old, and their parents are medical workers in various positions of the hospital. In the early morning of the 6th, with curiosity and knowledge about medical care, 80 children, accompanied by their parents, went to the visiting experience area set up by the relevant departments of the hospital to visit and study on the spot.

“Mom, open your mouth, I’ll be a doctor and show you your teeth!” The children learned to see a doctor and check their teeth with a mouth mirror. In the stomatology department, doctors popularized oral hygiene and scientific eye knowledge to children through live demonstrations and popular science explanations.

The laboratory doctor let the children understand the common knowledge of inspection through microscope observation and small science experiments. Diagnostic radiographers introduce the brain and heart with the help of realistic images and moving images.

In the future hospital experience hall of Wuhan Central Hospital, the smart medical care and intelligent services full of technology make everyone stop.

In addition to experiencing the working environment of parents, the hospital also arranged a practical first aid skills training course for the “second generation of doctors”. The hospital’s “I Learn First Aid for My Family” volunteer service team conducted a simulated operation demonstration on site.

“My parents said that CPR can save people at a critical time, and I have to study hard.” At the event, the children turned into diligent “medical students”, followed the medical staff’s action demonstration, kneeling Press down on the simulator.

Through the learning experience and interactive activities accompanied by their parents, the “second generation of doctors” have an in-depth understanding of their parents’ professional responsibilities and missions, and have drawn positive energy for growth from the dedication and dedication of medical staff . “(Zhang Pei, Wang Yang, Wen Hengnan, Li Bei)