All scientific work is incomplete – whether it be observational or experimental. All scientific work is liable to be upset or modified by advancing knowledge. That does not confer upon us a freedom to ignore the knowledge we already have, or to postpone the action that it appears to demand at a given time.
Sir Austin Bradford Hill, 1965
The School of Public Health of the University of Hong Kong is committed to protect, promote and maintain health and safety and meet the needs of the individual patients and of the public through the synthesis of state-of-the-science research, the dissemination of knowledge and skills in medical education and training, and the application of the public health sciences.
Our undergraduate teaching program is designed to meet specific Medical Council, Pharmacy, Nursing and Chinese medicine requirements for undergraduate education in Hong Kong.
The undergraduate Public Health teaching programme, provided by highly educated and trained tutors, adopt Outcome Based Approaches to Students Learning (OBASL) which offer highly interactive and experiential approaches to learning and provide our students with innovative educational opportunities. The main aims of the undergraduate programme are to produce competent graduates with solid professional public health knowledge and skills.
Undergraduate Public Health teaching is offered to: