Professional Diploma Programmes in Occupational and Environmental Medicine | Health Practice | Hygiene (New Course)
The three professional diploma programmes consist of a series of trainings in the occupational and environmental health discipline. They are tailored for medical doctors, nurses, and other health and safety professionals respectively.
Professional Diploma Programme in Occupational and Environmental Medicine aims at training medical doctors with knowledge and skills to conduct medical examinations, assessments, diagnoses and treatments on occupational injuries and diseases.
Professional Diploma Programme in Occupational and Environmental Health Practice is targeted at healthcare professionals, such as nurses, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, etc. It provides training in occupational and environmental health promotion and case management.
Professional Diploma Programme in Occupational and Environmental Hygiene is intended for health and safety personnel in industrial as well as in nonindustrial sectors in the advancement of their knowledge on occupational and environmental health and hygiene practices.
Professional Diploma Programmes in Occupational and Environmental Medicine | Health Practice | Hygiene for 2020-2021 intake are now open for application.
12 months (part-time mode); Commence in October 2020
207 hours; 70 sessions (including field trips, presentations and examinations)
7 September 2020
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Free Video-based Chinese Online Course on Health and Disaster Preparedness in Rural China
In response to widespread campus closure globally due to the COVID-19 pandemic and as part of the knowledge transfer endeavour of the Collaborating Centre for Oxford University and CUHK for Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response (CCOUC), another free video-based Chinese online course “Health and disaster preparedness in rural China” is now open for registration until 31 July 2020 at XuetangX platform. Upon registration, students are allowed to study the course at a safe location and at their own pace. The course will be very useful for students and practitioners to acquire and improve their basic knowledge and practical skills of public health, while improving the accuracy and accessibility of health knowledge dissemination at the same time. We also hope to provide more comprehensive background knowledge, professional theory and project management experience for rural project organizers.
With a total population of nearly 1.4 billion, China has the largest population in the world, of which the rural population accounts for 41.5%. In view of the imbalance of economic and public health development in urban and rural areas, narrowing the urban-rural gap and improving the living and health conditions of rural residents have always been an important issue in China's social development. In this course, we will share our team's practical experience over the years, as well as our understanding and thinking on rural issues. We hope that more students and volunteers will participate in rural health education and promotion activities more systematically, and contribute their own strength to promote rural health development.
This course is organized in three lessons. First of all, this course will have a basic discussion on the current situation of medical and healthcare in rural areas and the process of policy reform, so that students will have a macro understanding of the existing problems and development of rural health work. Secondly, it tries to help students understand the socio-psychological reasons behind different behaviours and enable the design of health promotion projects to be more scientific and effective by describing the basic knowledge of public health and the theoretical models of behavioural science. Finally, common public health problems and disaster prevention issues in contemporary rural areas of China, as well as the common working methods of rural health education, have been selected to facilitate reference and borrowing in the process of practice.
Established in 2013, XuetangX is a leading online learning platform in Chinese language led by Tsinghua University, Beijing Normal University, Peking University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). It has the largest number of online courses and users in China and hosts courses from leading universities in China, including The Chinese University of Hong Kong, as well as MIT, Stanford University and University of California, Berkeley.
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First Free Video-based Chinese Online CCOUC首個免費視頻中文在線課程: 環球計劃標準
In response to widespread campus closure globally due to the COVID-19 pandemic and as part of the knowledge transfer endeavour of the Collaborating Centre for Oxford University and CUHK for Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response (CCOUC), a free video-based Chinese online course “Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response: The Application of Sphere Standards” is now open for registration until 31 July 2020 at Xuetangx (学堂在线) platform. Upon registration, students are allowed to study the course at a safe location and at their own pace in a duration of 12 weeks. The course will be very useful for students and practitioners to explore the Geneva-based international Sphere organisation and its globally recognized minimum standards for humanitarian response.
As the first Sphere Focal Point for China, CCOUC has developed this course as the world's first of its kind to introduce the Sphere standards in Simplified Chinese and Mandarin. Not only highly recognized but also rich in content and easily comprehensible, this course can greatly help foster the understanding of Sphere standard-guided humanitarian practice and improve the level of disaster and humanitarian relief in China.
Organized in five lessons, this course systematically explains the main contents and practice of the Sphere standards. Lesson 1 is the introduction of the Sphere organisation. It includes the origin, core beliefs, humanitarian charter, protection principles and core humanitarian standards of the organisation. Lessons 2 to 5 are technical chapters, which focus on the four technical chapters in the latest 2018 Sphere handbook, including water supply, sanitation and hygiene promotion; food security and nutrition; shelter and resettlement; and health.
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Professional Certificate Programme in Chinese and Integrative Medicine Management
Health Services Management programme is a multidisciplinary field of inquiry and practice concerned with the delivery, quality and costs of healthcare for individuals and populations. This Professional Certificate Programme is modelled upon the existing very successful Master of Science in Health Services Management Programme(MScHSM) which emphasizes on “Open your eyes, Grow your mind, Pave your way”. It is designed to address key challenges in managing Chinese and Integrative Medicine services and is composed of courses that are specific to Chinese and Integrative Medicine, and a selection of other courses from the MScHSM portfolio that would be most suitable for an entry level health services manager.
The four courses in the programme are:
- Healthcare Organization and Management
- Health Systems
- Quality & Safety Management
- Topics in Chinese Medicine Practice Management
We are now introducing our Professional Certificate Programme in Chinese and Integrative Medicine Management (CIMM) 2020/21.
4 courses (1 Year Part-Time Study from September 2020)
Application deadline: 31 July 2020
Professional Certificate Programme - Health System Leadership (HSL)
The environment of health systems is complex and dynamic. It involves a system of different sectors with many stakeholders, requiring collaboration amongst professionals of diverse background in policy, practice and academia. Partnership with the private sector, non-governmental organisations and foundations, engagement of local network and global communities. Local systems are also interlinked with regional and global ones
Leading effectively within this complex system requires a skill set beyond managing individual organisations. The Health System Leadership Programme brings the participants an international faculty to equip them to meet these challenges and to be in the forefront of health system leaders.
The Programme comprises of 3 modules from July to October each year.
For more information, please visit our website for more details.
Diploma Programmes and Short Courses in Biostatistics / Epidemiology
The Diploma in Epidemiology aims to develop students’ ability in addressing practical public health and clinical issues, planning and designing epidemiological studies, collecting, analyzing and interpreting data from such studies, and interpreting and applying findings from such studies in patient care, public health interventions and policy making.
The Diploma in Biostatistics aims to provide comprehensive training in developing appropriate statistical models for analyzing data and interpreting results properly. By introducing fundamental statistical theories, procedures and applications, this programme can build up students’ ability in designing, conducting, and analyzing clinical and non-clinical health and to interpret and use findings from such studies for patient care, public health interventions and policy making.
Diploma in Biostatistics
Diploma in Epidemiology
Short Courses in Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Diploma Programmes in Family Medicine
The Diploma in Family Medicine (DFM) programme was launched by out University in 1985 to meet the challenge of developing quality primary care. This programme has always been very popular among primary care physicians. Our programme is essential for the evolution of family medicine, which should develop from a sound factual base, together with robust processes for seeking new scientific knowledge.
Diploma in Family Medicine
* This programme is not offered in 2020/2021.
The School also offers training support services for Department of Health and academia and conducts training commissioned by Hospital Authority.