Roundtable Series with Movers and Shakers in Global Health: “Healthy Cities in a Healthy World: Challenges and Opportunities for the Next Decade” on 18 December 2017


We are pleased to announce that the School of Public Health will be hosting a roundtable panel discussion on “Healthy Cities in a Healthy World: Challenges and Opportunities for the Next Decade" on 18 December 2017. As one of the most important events in our year-long Roundtable Series, this panel discussion features a consortium of individuals from interested groups within and outside of the University who will discuss the challenges and opportunities of making megacities healthier, greener, more livable and sustainable.

In the 21st century, the world’s population is rapidly increasing with more than half living in cities. The panel will discuss issues of critical importance to health in cities, such as urbanisation, non-communicable diseases, physical activity, mental health and well-being, pollution, built environment and health systems, climate change, ageing, etc. and what might be faced and done over the next decade as these issues converge in cities.


Professor Stefano Bertozzi      
Dean, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley
Professor Chang-Chuan Chan      
Dean, College of Public Health, National Taiwan University
Professor Kee-Seng Chia      
Dean, Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore
Professor Antoine Flahault      
Director, Institute of Global Health, University of Geneva
Professor William Hayward      
Dean of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong
Professor Christine Loh      
Adjunct Professor, Division of Environment and Sustainability, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Dr Shin Young-soo      
Regional Director for the Western Pacific, World Health Organization
Professor Chris Webster      
Dean of Architecture, The University of Hong Kong

Date:   18 December 2017 (Monday)
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Venue: Large Moot Court, 2/F, Cheng Yu Tung Tower, Centennial Campus, Pokfulam, Hong Kong

Professor Keiji Fukuda
Clinical Professor and Director, School of Public Health, The University of Hong Kong





CME Accreditation by Colleges of Hong Kong Academy of Medicine:

College/ Programme Max. CME for whole function CME Category
Anaesthesiologists 2 Non-anaesthetic Passive
Community Medicine 2 --
Dental Surgeons 2 Category C
Emergency Medicine 2 PP
Family Physicians 2 Category 5.2
Obstetricians & Gynaecologists 2 Non-OG
Ophthalmologists 1 Passive
Orthopaedic Surgeons (Pending) (Pending)
Otorhinolaryngologists (Pending) (Pending)
Paediatricians 2 Category E
Pathologists 1.5 PP
Physicians 1 --
Psychiatrists (Pending) (Pending)
Radiologists 2 Category B
Surgeons 2 Passive


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