Free Online Course “Public Health Principles in Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response” by CCOUC
Collaboration to Promote
Human Health and Well-being by CUHK and Harvard
Global Insight on Research and Practices in Autism – “Autism: Global Challenges and Local Needs” on 16-17 January 2014
The Centre of Health Behaviors hosted a seminar for health promoters coming from over 10 cities in Guangdong and Shanghai
A Closer Look at the Health Care System in Bangladesh
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Prof. Emily Chan talked about CCOUC and medical humanitarian work in “CU50 • The People” video
Routledge Handbook of Global Public Health in Asia to be published in 2014
Routledge Handbook of Global Public Health in Asia, edited by Prof. Sian Griffiths, Prof. Jinling Tang and Prof. EK Yeoh, will be published in 2014.
JC School of Public Health and Primary Care | Orientation for Full-time Students
The orientation for full-time students which took place on 26th August...
JCSPHPC Participated in 2013 Hospital Authority Convention
A 5-day Croucher summer course on “Research Methodology for Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response” ...
Prof. Emily Chan
shared experiences in Promoting Disaster Preparedness for Ethnic Minorities in
The second 50th Anniversary
Fair Public Lecture, entitled 'Evidence-based health & medical
intervention: How do we do our work in rural ethnic minority communities in....
Opening Ceremony of the CUHK Centre of Public Health and Primary Care (Shenzhen) cum Symposium on Public Health Research in the Pearl Delta Region was held at the CUHK Shenzhen Research Institute
Prof. Martin Wong Made Ten Outstanding Young Persons
Prof. Martin C.S. Wong of the Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care; and director of the CUHK Jockey Club Bowel Cancer Education Centre; has been selected as one of the 2012 Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Young Persons in recognition of his extraordinary contributions to the community.
CUHK Develops an Automatic
Retinal Image Analysis System to Help Diabetes Patients and Elderly Prevent Stroke
MOU signing for collaborative research on autism
On 24 July 2012, Autism Research Centre of the University of Cambridge, Cambridge Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge and the Department of Rehabilitation, China Disabled Persons’ Federation signed a 4-parties MOU with the JC School of Public Health and Primary Care at CUHK in Nanjing. This MOU aims to facilitate the exploration of collaborative research, faculty and student development opportunities for the mutual benefit of the four parties on autism research.
Prof. Sian Griffiths and team visited the School of Public Health, Nanjing Medical University
At the invitation of Professor Shen Hong Bing, Vice-President of Nanjing Medical University (NJMU)...
Snail hunting with WHO experts
In response to the recent outbreaks of human fascioliasis with fatal cases in southern China, two master students of our School (Philip Yeung and Michelle Tsang) worked with World Health Organization (WHO) experts Prof. Santiago Mas-Coma and Dr. Maria Bargues to collect samples of its snail vectors in Hong Kong.
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