Master of Public Health programme
The Master of Public Health programme is a broadly based graduate training programme designed to prepare physicians, dentists, nurses, other health professionals, medical and health researchers and policy analysts to identify and analyze contemporary health and healthcare issues in Hong Kong, China and the Asia Pacific. For more information, please visit:
Congratulations to the Class of 2016!
The HKU Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine 196th Congregation was held on 4 December 2016. Family, friends and staff joined the Congregation and extended congratulations to all MPH graduates on their achievements.
Lin H., Ma W., Qiu H., Wang X., Trevathan E., Yao Z., Dong G.H., Vaughn M.G., Qian Z. and Tian L., Using daily excessive concentration hours to explore the short-term mortality effects of ambient PM 2.5 in Hong Kong, Environmental Pollution. 2017, 229: 896-901. (Publication No. : 276977) [link]
Wang X., Jiang H., Wu P., Uyeki T.M., Feng L., Lai S., Wang L., Huo X., Xu K., Chen E., Wang X., He J., Kang M., Zhang R., Zhang J., Wu J., Hu S., Zhang H., Liu X., Fu W., Ou J., Wu S., Qin Y., Zhang Z., Shi Y., Zhang J., Artois J., Fang J., Zhu H., Guan Y., Gilbert M., Horby P.W., Leung G.M., Gao G.F., Cowling B.J. and Yu H., Epidemiology of avian influenza A H7N9 virus in human beings across five epidemics in mainland China, 2013-17: an epidemiological study of laboratory-confirmed case series, The Lancet Infectious Diseases. 2017, 17(8): 822-32. (Publication No. : 274086) [link]
Ke C., Mok K.P., Zhu W., Zhou H., He J., Guan W., Wu J., Song W., Wang D., Liu J., Lin Q., Chu K.W., Yang L., Zhong N., Yang Z., Shu Y. and Peiris J.S.M., Human Infection with Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A(H7N9) Virus, China, Emerging Infectious Diseases. 2017, 23(8): 1332-40. (Publication No. : 274160) [link]
Jiang H., Wu P., Uyeki T.M., He J., Deng Z., Xu W., Lv Q., Zhang J., Wu Y.A.N.G., Tsang K.L., Kang M., Zheng J., Wang L., YANG B., Qin Y.I.N.G., Feng L., Fang J., Gao G.F., Leung G.M., Yu H. and Cowling B.J., Preliminary epidemiologic assessment of human infections with highly pathogenic avian influenza A(H5N6) virus, China, Clinical Infectious Diseases. 2017, 65: 383-8. (Publication No. : 274072) [link]