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
Blended learning emphasizing on interactions and enriching insights
Case studies that bring together experiences and critical thinking
Taught by experienced health management leaders who had worked in Health Industry for more than 10 years.
What you can learn
Upon the completion of the programme, you will have acquired the ability to
Understand the concepts of health services management including healthcare organisations and management, basic financial management with an advanced understanding on the structural and functional characteristics of health systems;
Develop the student’s competency in applying the knowledge and learning to appraise day-to-day management and operational problems in Chinese medicine organisations;
Understand the concept, framework, practical approaches and current movement for safe, efficient, effective, and patient-centred healthcare and be able to apply these skills in change and quality management;
Understand the particularities in managing Chinese and integrative medicine services in group or tripartite practice environments;
Develop and evaluate evidence based integrative medicine service models.
Prof. YEOH, Eng-kiong
GBS, OBE, JP FRCP (Edin), FRCP (Lond), FRCPS (MBBS (HK), FHKAM, FHKCCM, FHKCP, FFPHM (UK),Glasg), FRACMA, FRACP
Professor of Public Health, JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, CUHK
Director, JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, CUHK
Head, Division of Health System, Policy and Management, JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, CUHK
Prof. Chi-tim Hung
MBBS, Dip Pain Management (HKCA), MSc (Health & Hospital Mgt)(Birm), FANZCA, FHKCA, FRACMA,
FHKCCM, FHKAM (Anaesthesiology), FHKAM (Community Medicine)
Professor of Practice in Health Services Management,JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, CUHK
Hospital Chief Executive, Prince of Wales Hospital, Hospital Authority
Cluster Chief Executive, New Territories East Cluster, Hospital Authority
Hospital Chief Executive, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Hospital Authority
Cluster Chief Executive, Kowloon Central Cluster, Hospital Authority
President, Hong Kong College of Anaesthesiologists
Vice-President (Education & Examinations), Hong Kong Academy of Medicine
Prof. Ting-Hung Leung
MBBCh (Dubl), MSc (Public Health) (Singapore), FHKAM (Community Medicine), FRACMA
Director, School of Chinese Medicine, CUHK
Head, Chinese Medicine Division, Department of Health, HKSAR Government
Deputy Director of Health, Department of Health, HKSAR Government
Controller, Centre for Health Protection, HKSAR Government
Temporary Advisor in traditional medicine, WorldHealth Organization
Application Fee: HKD $300
Tuition Fee: HKD $32,900 for the completion of the 4 courses
All payment received are non-refundable.
Applicants who hold a bachelor's degree awarded by a recognized institution and preferably possess at least one year of working experience in Chinese medicine clinic or related healthcare organization
How to Apply
Application should be submitted online at https://cloud.itsc.cuhk.edu.hk/mycuform/view.php?id=295150 or via Paper Form to our office (Room 202, 2/F, School of Public Health, Prince of Wales Hospital, Shatin, N.T.).
The following documents to be submitted to Ms. Shirley Lo / Mr. Sampson Leung to our office:
Copies of Qualification certificates
A copy of HKID card/Passport
A Recommendation letter
A Personal statement indicating your background and interest in the Programme (1 page of A4 size paper is appreciated)
A crossed cheque of HKD$300 made payable to “The Chinese University of Hong Kong” (Please write your name, contact number and "Application fee for Professional Certificate Programme in Chinese and Integrative Medicine Management" at the back of the cheque) *Non-refundable*
Shortlisted candidates might be invited for the interview.
Successful applicants will receive a confirmation by October 2019. Tuition fee should be paid by cheque within 2 weeks after confirmation and send to Ms. Shirley Lo / Mr. Sampson Leung to our office.
Application Deadline: 16 December 2019
About JC School of Public Health and Primary Care
The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care (JCSPHPC) is the first and the only comprehensive school built and dedicated to public health in Hong Kong. The focus of our work is postgraduate education, training, and research. We are pleased to offer courses and degrees across all areas of public health practice. We offer all students grounding in professionally recognized competencies and in areas increasingly
recognized as core to public health. We also collaborate with colleagues in other Faculties of the University. Our aim is to provide opportunities for all those interested in learning more about public health.