Integrated TRADITIONAL Medicines
Peace Education for Better Health
Towards an integrated world health system, on the physical, mental and spiritual levels




Dr. Carlo Bagliani - Italy

Born in Perosa Argentina (Turin-E.U.Italy)
the July 14, 1947; Male, divorced, 2 children
Adress in E.U.Italy: via PierLuigi da Palestrina n° 48;
10155 Torino – E.U.ITALY
tel: +39-011854002; fax: +39-0112402347 or
mobile +39-347-6407149

1972: graduate in Medicine and Surgery c/o University of Turin
1973: Course on Practice Hygiene c/o University of Florence
1973: Hospital Surgeon (SanGiovanniBosco-Torino Nord Emergenza Hospital in Turin)
1977: Specialization in General Surgery c/o Un. of Turin
1979: Specialization in Sport’s Medicine c/o Un. of Rome
1982: Teacher of Anatomy and Phisiology (Nurse’s Professional School of Turin), up to 1986
1989: President “Italian Dance Medicine Association”, up to now
1995: Piedmont’s Coordinator of European Project “INVESTMENT IN HEALTH” of the Mondial Health Organization
1996-now: Surgeon Chief of Emergency Center of SanGiovanniBosco-TorinoNordEmergenza Hospital, up to now
1996-1998 Teacher of Preventive Medicine at Professional School of “MusicArts&Show” in Milan
1997-now: Piedmont’s Coordinator of the Pilot Project on “General Practitioner in Emergency Center”,
1998: Piedmont’s Rapporteur to the meeting “A New Public Health In An Old Country” Wuhan-China P.R. (October)
1998-now: Teacher of the Nurses Degree of Catholic University of Rome del Sacro Cuore (c/o Cottolrngo Hospital in Turin) on Emergency Service Organization and Surgery First Aid, up to now
1998-1999: Coordinator Regional Group on Informatic System for Emergency Service at ASLTO4 S.G.Bosco-TurinNorthEmergencyHospital
1999-2001: Foreign Expert and Teacher of Hubei Medical University (Wuhan-China R.P.) on Emergency Surgery,
1999-2001: Foreign Teacher of Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication, up to now
2000-2002: Coordinator of Italy-China Project on Health Service Comparison, of the D.G.P.C. of the MAE
2000-2002: Coordinator of Italy-Korea Project on Health Service Comparison, of the DGPC-MAE.
2000-2001: Lectures on Emergency Service Organization in the Chinese Universities and Hospitals of Wuhan, Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Shiyan, Sanya, Jingmen, Xiangfan, Haishi, Guilin, and in the Korean University of Seoul.
2001-now: Foreign Teacher of Wuhan University
2001-2006: Proposal of EUROPE-ASIA Project on “Health Service Comparison between Europe and Asia” : a pilot study of the integration of the different models of Health Service.
2001, June, 4: Medical Director at Yangbajing (Xizang Zizhiqu- TIBET) Cerimony of the beginning of Sino-Italian ARGO-YBJ Project.
2000 Honorary President of ShiYan People’s Hospital (Hubei) and Hon. President of Xianfgan Central Hosp. (Hubei)
2001 Public Health Consultant of ShiYan Municipality (Hubei Sheng)
2001 Director Foreign Office of General-Director’s ASL4 Staff.
2001 November Lectures “HEALTH COMPARISON BETWEEN PIEDMONT-ITALY AND CHINA” and “TURIN 2006-BEIJING 2008 EMRGENCY CARE IN OLIMPIC GAMES: the quality system” at “The International Symposium On Advancements Of Emergency Medicine in China” in Beijing (12-14) and in Nanjing (Jiangsu Provinve Hosp. of Nanjing University), Changchun (1st-2nd-3rd Affiliated Hosp. of Jilin University-ex Norman Bethune) Wuhan (RenMin Hosp. of Wuhan University), Shanghai (BaoGang Hosp. of Shanghai 2nd Medical University), Shenzhen /Central Hosp. of Pekin University), ShiYan (People’s Hosp.)- Xiangfan (Central Hosp.); Hubei Sheng, SanYa (People’s Hosp.)-Haikou (Province Hosp.): Hainan Sheng.
2002 February: Teacher of Preventive Medicine at “Arte e Mestieri” School in Turin
2002 May: Lectures on Emergency Organization by Ministry of Health of Mongolia in UlaanBaatar (Emergency Center 103 and Manba Datsan Clinic of Traditional Mongolia Medicine College)
2002: (Rome 14 Nov.) Coordinator of MAE-MOST “high level project” Italy-China 2002-2005
2003: 3-5-7- marzo: Relatore e moderatore al Corso accreditato dal Ministero Italiano della Salute sul confronto tra le Medicine convenzionali e non convenzionali tenuta a Torino dal Khamba Lama D. Natsagdorj;
2003: 12 marzo: Memorandum of Understanding firmato con il Khamba Lama per collaborazione medico-infermieristica tra strutture sanitarie italiane e l’Accademia Otoch Manramba e la Clinica del Monastreo Manba Datsan di Ulaan Baatar (Mongolia).
2003: July Training Corse on Emergency System in Ulaan Baatar (Mongolia) organized by Mongolian Ministry of Health and Italian Embassy of Beijing.
2003: October Training Course and Lectures in China (GaoChun, NanJing, TaiYuan, ShiYan, XiangFan, WuHan, BeiJing), coming to AnHui Sheng to visit local Emenrgency Centres.
2003 November Meeting with Mongolia’s Delegation in Italy (Padova-Praglia, Rome-Torrita Tiberina, Empoli, Florence, St. Vincent, Turin, Pianezza, Caselle), National Meeting in Turin (organized by MAE, CNR, Piedmont Region)
2004 2003 December, coming to the Ile de Maurice in order to see rhe local Health System, meeting with Mr Jay Mootoosamy.

Memorandum of Understanding already signed:

In China:

Beijing:“P.L.A. General Hospital 301” (2000) “People’s Hospital of Pekin University” (2000)
Wuhan: “Hubei Medical University” (1999-2001), “Ren Min Hospital” & “Zhon Nan H.” of Wuhan Univ (2001)
Xiangfan (Hubei): “People’s Hospital” (2000), “Central Hospital” of Wuhan University (2000)
ShiYan (Hubei): “Central Hospital” (2000)
Jingmen (Hubei): “People’s Hospital” (2000)
Huangshi (Hubei): “People’s Hospital” (2000)
Shanghai: “BaoGang Trauma Center Hospital” of Shanghai University (2000)
Nanjing: “Jiangsu Province Hospital” of Nanjing Medical University (2001)
Gaochun (Jiangsu): “County Hospital” (2001)
Taian (Shandong): “Municipal Hospital” (2000)
Chengdu (Sichuan): “West China Province Hospital” of Sichuan University (2001)
Changchun (Jilin): 1st 2nd 3rd Affiliated H.s of Jilin University (ex Norman Bethude University) (2001)
Sanya (Hainan): “People’s Hospital” (2000)
Haikou (Hainan): “Province Hospital” (2001)
Shenzhen: “Central Hospital” of Pekin University (2001)
Zhengzhou (Henan); Henan Province Health Bureao (2002)

In Mongolia:

State Secretary of Ministry of Health in Ulaan Baatar (7 May 2002)
“Manba Datsan” Traditional Mongolian MedicineCenter (Ulaan Baatar, May 2002)
“Otoch Manramba” Academy Traditional Mongolia Medicine (Turin, March 2003)


Verbania, 2004 May 28-30

The Inter-Hospitals International Turin Goup was founded at the end of 2003 between the “Molinette” Hospital di San Giovanni Battista (1) and ASL4 Hospital S.G.Bosco (2), after the meetings of the Mongolian KHAMBA LAMA Damdinsuren Natsagdorj in Italy (3). The aims is to have a comparison between the Health Care Systems of different part of the world in order to find the best cure and care for the Peoples. The studies based on the experiences of 94 Asiatic Persons (Medical Doctors, Nurses, Officers) came to Italy (87 Chinese and 7 Mongolian) and 15 Italian to China, Tibet and Mongolia (4.5.6,7).
The comparison was made of lectures and practice with stage of 15 to 50 days in the guest countries and the different parties signed several Memoranda of Understanding (5,14,15) in order to give a more important develop to the integration between the Health Care and Cure (18).
Several methods of the ancient traditional medicine of Tibetan and Mongolian use could be used already in Europe, such as acupuncture, meditation, massage, moxabustion, while the use of drugs and herbs need to have some more evaluations according to the laws al the European Countries.
Together with the introduction of the Mongolian and Tibetan Traditional Medicine in the European Medical Service, the studies could give the opportunity to develop the 1st Aid Care and Cure System with a better organization in countryside of Mongolia and Tibet using the GER (Mongolia Tent) for nomadic peoples (BAG and SUM structures: see “Ger Emergency Room Service” GERS project (7)) and help the Tibetan Buddist Temples to develop an Emergency Cure and Care under the protocols of the Italian Emergency Service 118.
From 40% to 60% of the Peoples that goes to the Emergency room in western countries don’t need specific care (8,9,10,11,12) and they could be treated with other kind of medicines, such as the Traditional Medicine of Asia. Also other more serious illness could have a better result of cure and care by the integration of conventional and not conventional treatment (16,17).
The work of the International InterHospital Group would give a support to the develop of the integration between the different ways to preserve health and to cure and care illness.
The comparison between the Health Systems in the world would also support the reciprocal respect of the cultures and tradition of every peoples.
The main goals are to introduce the different traditional medicine into the European health system and to give to the undeveloped and developing countries the best organization and treatment of the 1sr Aid, according to the concept that:

in our similitude we are strong,
in our difference we find creativity,
but only in our communication we can resolve any question.



1) G. Monchiero: Delibera di costituzione di gruppo di studio internazionale, Atti Aziendali ASO S.G.Battista di Torino: Tuirn, 23 Dec. 2003
2) G. Fonero: Delibera di cistutizione di gruppo di studio internazionale, Atti Aziendali ASL4 di Torino: Turin, ………..
3) C. Bagliani: Relazione al Ministero Affari Esteri della Attività della Delegazione Ufficiale della Mongolia in Italia di Novembre-Dicembre 2003: mongolia
4) C. Bagliani: “Health Service Comparison between Italy and China 2000-2002” MAE-MOST Medicine’s project, Beijing 21 June 2000, based on “Accordi fra il Governo della Repubblica d’Italia e il Governo della Repubblica Popolare di Cina per la Cooperazione Scientifica e Tecnologica”: Beijing 9 giugno 1998,
5) C. Bagliani: “Health System Comparison between Italy and China 2002-2005” MAE-MPST very important Medicine’s project, Rome 14 November 2002. Annual Report 2003.
6) S. Zirilli, C. Bagliani, C. Ferraris: Training Course on Emergency Medicine, August 2002, Tibetan Hospital of Lhasa, , Annual Relation of Scientific Counsellor’s Italian Embassy.
7) Khamba Lama D. Natsagdorj, L. Gambold, Ch. Bayarmaa, C. Bagliani, C. Deiana: Training Corse on Emergency Care and Mongolian Traditional Meidicne, Ulaan Baatar July 2003
8) C.Bagliani, altri “Employing general practitioner in emergency medical service – A pilot study in northern Italy‘, Proceedings of an International Conference E.U.-China: “A New Public Health in an Old Country’ China R.P., WUHAN, 25-29 October 1998 pag.35-39 (Nordic School of Public Health.- University of Turin- Hubei Medical University.
9) C. Bagliani: “A three years experiences on a Pilot Study about Employement of General Practitioner in Emergency Medicine Center” International Seminary, 7 December 2000, Rep. of Kprea - Seoul – Seoul Medical University:
10) DGR 16-23126 del 26 novembre 1997 e successive modificazioni sul ‘Progetto Sperimentale di Introduzione dei Medici di Medicina Generale nelle Strutture di Pronto Soccorso – Assessorato alla Sanità della Regione Piemonte: dr Antonio D’Ambrosio, dr.ssa Daniela Nizza.
11) C. Bagliani: EEFFICIENZA-EFFICACIA-QUALITA’ nell’Urgenza Sanitaria: applicazione dell’esperienza associativa in Sanità” Gruppi di lavoro Ospedale San Giovanni Bosco – Torino Nord Emergenza, Ed. Associazione Centro di Medicina per la Danza. – Aprile 1997
12) AG. de Belvis. L’integrazione tra ospedale e territorio. Alla riscoperta della Medicina di Base. Eurispes. Rapporto Italia 2001. Percorsi di ricerca nella società italiana. Roma 2001
13) Khamba Lama D. Natsagdorj, dr.ssa I. Di Marco, dr C. Bagliani, G. Monchiero, G. Formero: Medicine Tradizionali-Ecumenismo-Integrazione Culturale e Corso di Approfondimento sulla Medicina Tradizionale Mongola: MolinetteIncontra, Torino, 26 November 2003 ed 1-2 Dicembre 2003 webpage: www.triageworld .org
14) Ts. Sodnompil, State Secretary Mongolian MOH and C. Bagliani MAE Coordinator exchange project: Memorandum of Understanding Italy-Mongolia: Ulaan Baatar 7 May 2002.
15) Khamba Lama D. Natsagdorj, G. Fornero, C. Bagliani: Memoranda of Understanding of exchange project ASL TO4, C.M.Danza Association, Manba Datsan Center & Otoch Manramba University of Traditional Mongolia Medicine. Turin, March 2003
16) Cancan L.; La Medicina non Convenzionale in Oncologia, Centro di Riferimento Oncologico dell’Istituto Nazionale Tumori di Aviano: Ospedale Regionale do Treviso 2002
17) Bernstein B.J., Grasso T.: Prevalence of complementary and alternative medicine use in cancer patients. Oncology 2001:15; 1267-1272
18) C. Bagliani, A.G.DeBelvis, S.Baricca: Sistemi sanitaria a confronto Italia-Cina: Relazione per il workshop di Beijing del 24 Aprile 2001. Professione: Sanità Pubblica e Medicina Pratica de “Il Pensiero Scientifico Editore” Anno IX n°8 . 2001 pag. 10-13