Healthcare, Sport and Wellness Pharmaceutical Studies
The aim of this programme is to help participants understand local laws, regulations, guidance and enforcement actions that apply to various healthcare professionals, pharmaceutical products, Chinese medicines and medical devices. It also provides them with an overview of the Undesirable Medical Advertisements Ordinance and many controversial medico-legal topics including legal issues at the end-of-life, medical negligence, patient consent, confidentiality and capacity.
On completion of the programme, students should be able to:
- evaluate the importance of existing regulatory framework of medical practice and other healthcare professionals
- discuss the impact of local laws, regulations, guidance and enforcement actions on pharmaceutical products, Chinese medicines, and medical devices in Hong Kong
- explain the fundamental concepts in controversial medico-legal topics
- apply the knowledge of the medico-legal topics in healthcare related professional activities
- Medical law and medical practice in Hong Kong
- Regulations of medical practice and other healthcare professionals in Hong Kong
- The regulation of pharmaceutical products (non-Chinese medicines / western medicines)
- The regulation of Chinese medicines
- The regulation of medical devices
- Undesirable medical advertisements ordinance
- The law at the end-of-life
- Medical negligence
- Patient consent, confidentiality and capacity
- Professional conduct and discipline
- Handling of Legal Cases
This programme will be delivered in 10 sessions which consists of 30 lecture hours.
Students are required to complete and pass all the assessments, including assignment and examination.
To be eligible for the award of the Certificate for Module (Medical Law for Healthcare Professionals), students are required to achieve 70% attendance of the programme and pass all the assessments.
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Days / Time
- Wednesday, 7:00pm - 10:00pm
- Mr. Isaac Cheng, Practising Pharmacist cum Barrister-at-law (HK)
Applicants should have obtained:
- a bachelor’s degree in a healthcare related discipline, e.g., nursing, pharmacy, medicine, public health; OR
- a higher diploma in a healthcare related discipline, e.g., nursing, dispensing, from a recognized post-secondary institution and two years' work experience; OR
- equivalent qualifications.
Applicants who hold other qualifications, aged 21 or above, and have relevant work experience will be considered on an individual basis.
HK$150 (Non-refundable)Course Fee
- Course Fee : HK$9,600
- The CEF Institution Code of HKU SPACE is 100
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|Continuing Education Fund
This course has been included in the list of reimbursable courses under the Continuing Education Fund.
Certificate for Module (Medical Law for Healthcare Professionals)
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The completed form, together with the application fee $150 and the following supporting documents* should be submitted by the following methods on or before the application deadline.
- Online Enrolment
- Complete the online application form
- Upload a clear electronic copy of the following documents* with the image type of doc, docx, jpg and pdf and image resolution is 300dpi or above
- Photo of the documents by mobile phone is NOT accepted
2. In Person / Mail
• in person at any of the HKU SPACE Enrolment Centres
• by mailing to HKU SPACE, Smart Wellness and Sustainability, 13/F, Fortress Tower, 250 King's Road, North Point, Hong Kong (Attention to: Ms. Lily Chan)
* Each application must be accompanied by the following documents:
- Photocopy of Hong Kong Identity Card
- Photocopy of graduate certificate
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