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Name of the Accredited : Hospital Authority

          No.                  Programme / Activity Code




                      1 11-10-040-1


                      2 11-10-021-2


                      3 11-10-021-3




                      4 11-10-032-1
5 11-10-065-1




6 11-10-067-1




7 11-10-005-7




8 11-10-012-4
 9 11-10-002-2




10 11-10-057-1


11 11-10-070-1




12 11-10-073-1
13 11-10-058-1




14 11-10-030-1




15 11-10-015-2




16 11-10-031-1




17 11-10-040-2

18 11-10-197-1


19 11-10-045-1




20 11-10-081-1
21 11-10-040-3




22 11-10-036-1


23 11-10-071-1




24 11-10-005-9




25 11-10-008-10




26 11-10-048-1


27 11-10-084-1




28 11-10-007-3
29 11-10-037-1




30 11-10-078-1




31 11-10-010-5




32 11-10-013-4




33 11-10-079-1




34 11-10-082-1




35 11-10-108-1
36 11-10-046-1

37 11-10-196-1


38 11-10-035-1




39 11-10-041-1

40 11-10-072-1




41 11-10-055-1


42 11-10-085-1
43 11-10-089-1

44 11-10-098-1




45 11-10-106-1




46 11-10-029-2




47 11-10-033-1




48 11-10-034-1
49 11-10-041-2




50 11-10-051-1




51 11-10-088-1

52 11-10-074-1




53 11-10-092-1
54 11-10-006-2




55 11-10-010-4


56 11-10-083-1




57 11-10-086-1




58 11-10-097-1
59 11-10-105-1




60 11-10-062-1




61 11-10-016-3




62 11-10-005-10
63 11-10-012-5

64 11-10-117-1




65 11-10-008-9




66 11-10-008-11




67 11-10-044-2
68 11-10-080-1


69 11-10-102-1




70 11-10-112-1
71 11-10-093-1


72 11-10-068-1




73 11-10-064-3
74 11-10-023-4


75 11-10-042-4
76 11-10-059-1




77 11-10-124-3




78 11-10-099-1




79 11-10-111-1
80 11-10-020-2




81 11-10-060-1




82 11-10-001-4

83 11-10-169-1




84 11-10-002-4
85 11-10-069-1

86 11-10-087-1




87 11-10-100-1




88 11-10-053-1




89 11-10-005-8




90 11-10-009-3
91 11-10-052-1




92 11-10-066-1
93 11-10-096-2




94 11-10-056-1




95 11-10-096-3
 96 11-10-149-1




 97 11-10-113-1




 98 11-10-032-2


 99 11-10-042-1




100 11-10-107-1


101 11-10-047-1
102 11-10-118-1
103 11-10-043-2




104 11-10-044-1




105 11-10-049-1

106 11-10-095-1
107 11-10-090-1




108 11-10-110-1




109 11-10-109-1




110 11-10-040-4

111 11-10-115-1
112 11-10-091-1

113 11-10-103-1




114 11-10-005-11




115 11-10-040-5
116 11-10-008-16




117 11-10-008-17

118 11-10-121-1




119 11-10-145-1

120 11-10-180-1




121 11-10-124-4




122 11-10-054-1




123 11-10-054-2




124 11-10-054-3
125 11-10-054-4




126 11-10-054-5




127 11-10-005-12




128 11-10-012-6
129 11-10-096-1




130 11-10-077-2


131 11-10-101-1




132 11-10-062-2




133 11-10-077-3


134 11-10-131-1
135 11-10-020-3




136 11-10-007-4




137 11-10-010-6




138 11-10-075-1




139 11-10-076-1


140 11-10-120-1
141 11-10-168-1




142 11-10-002-3




143 11-10-044-4


144 11-10-178-1


145 11-10-176-1
146 11-10-001-5




147 11-10-041-4




148 11-10-096-6




149 11-10-184-4
150 11-10-008-14




151 11-10-008-15




152 11-10-094-1




153 11-10-038-1




154 11-10-139-1


155 11-10-042-2




156 11-10-077-4

157 11-10-177-1
158 11-10-184-6


159 11-10-021-4




160 11-10-077-1




161 11-10-140-1

162 11-10-171-1




163 11-10-043-1

164 11-10-104-1




165 11-10-029-3
166 11-10-096-5




167 11-10-006-3




168 11-10-013-5
169 11-10-096-4




170 11-10-184-5




171 11-10-114-1




172 11-10-124-1
173 11-10-124-2




174 11-10-188-1




175 11-10-141-2




176 11-10-005-13




177 11-10-012-7
178 11-10-096-7




179 11-10-119-1

180 11-10-129-1




181 11-10-141-1




182 11-10-067-2




183 11-10-122-1
184 11-10-123-3




185 11-10-136-1




186 11-10-184-3
187 11-10-022-2




188 11-10-044-3
189 11-10-122-2




190 11-10-123-2




191 11-10-124-5




192 11-10-061-1
193 11-10-096-8




194 11-10-096-9




195 11-10-122-3
196 11-10-123-1

197 11-10-154-1




198 11-10-186-1




199 11-10-008-12




200 11-10-008-13




201 11-10-125-1




202 11-10-126-1

203 11-10-163-1


204 11-10-068-2
205 11-10-141-3




206 11-10-142-1




207 11-10-147-1




208 11-10-184-1

209 11-10-170-1


210 11-10-265-1
211 11-10-050-1


212 11-10-151-1


213 11-10-187-2




214 11-10-010-7




215 11-10-011-4


216 11-10-187-3




217 11-10-005-14
218 11-10-016-4




219 11-10-143-1


220 11-10-167-1


221 11-10-182-1




222 11-10-184-2
223 11-10-023-5




224 11-10-141-4


225 11-10-159-1


226 11-10-187-1

227 11-10-150-1

228 11-10-173-1




229 11-10-127-1
230 11-10-128-1




231 11-10-132-1




232 11-10-009-4




233 11-10-020-4
234 11-10-064-1


235 11-10-153-1

236 11-10-155-1




237 11-10-024-2




238 11-10-134-4
239 11-10-044-5




240 11-10-107-2




241 11-10-063-2
242 11-10-096-10




243 11-10-096-11
244 11-10-137-1




245 11-10-007-5




246 11-10-013-7




247 11-10-134-1
248 11-10-160-1


249 11-10-175-1
250 11-10-174-1




251 11-10-194-1




252 11-10-015-3




253 11-10-203-1
254 11-10-266-1




255 11-10-023-6




256 11-10-146-1
257 11-10-183-1




258 11-10-215-1

259 11-10-195-1

260 11-10-209-1
261 11-10-179-1




262 11-10-008-22




263 11-10-008-23




264 11-10-020-5




265 11-10-132-2


266 11-10-042-3
267 11-10-096-22




268 11-10-148-1




269 11-10-193-1




270 11-10-001-7

271 11-10-158-1
272 11-10-181-6




273 11-10-181-8
274 11-10-005-21




275 11-10-005-22




276 11-10-192-1


277 11-10-202-1

278 11-10-161-1
279 11-10-096-17


280 11-10-172-1




281 11-10-208-1




282 11-10-029-1




283 11-10-134-2
284 11-10-055-2


285 11-10-204-1




286 11-10-062-3
287 11-10-156-1




288 11-10-017-2
289 11-10-096-12




290 11-10-096-13
291 11-10-005-18




292 11-10-012-9




293 11-10-042-6




294 11-10-008-18




295 11-10-008-19
296 11-10-044-6




297 11-10-096-19
298 11-10-133-1




299 11-10-144-1




300 11-10-134-3
301 11-10-152-2




302 11-10-152-3
303 11-10-162-1




304 11-10-181-7




305 11-10-130-1




306 11-10-152-1
307 11-10-152-4




308 11-10-181-4




309 11-10-201-1




310 11-10-010-8
311 11-10-011-5


312 11-10-135-1


313 11-10-135-2




314 11-10-199-1




315 11-10-249-1




316 11-10-096-18
317 11-10-217-1




318 11-10-225-2




319 11-10-002-5




320 11-10-039-1




321 11-10-191-1
322 11-10-040-6




323 11-10-096-16




324 11-10-040-7




325 11-10-165-1
326 11-10-181-5




327 11-10-220-2
328 11-10-044-10




329 11-10-214-1




330 11-10-226-1
331 11-10-245-1




332 11-10-001-8
333 11-10-096-15

334 11-10-157-1




335 11-10-164-1

336 11-10-207-1

337 11-10-213-1


338 11-10-247-1




339 11-10-240-1




340 11-10-240-2
341 11-10-240-3




342 11-10-240-4


343 11-10-254-1




344 11-10-198-1




345 11-10-240-5
346 11-10-005-19




347 11-10-016-5




348 11-10-096-14
349 11-10-005-20




350 11-10-009-5




351 11-10-033-2
352 11-10-006-4




353 11-10-010-9




354 11-10-042-5


355 11-10-116-1




356 11-10-138-1




357 11-10-223-1
358 11-10-223-2




359 11-10-225-1




360 11-10-239-1
361 11-10-286-1




362 11-10-166-1
363 11-10-166-2




364 11-10-181-3




365 11-10-241-1




366 11-10-008-20
367 11-10-008-21




368 11-10-166-3




369 11-10-181-2




370 11-10-220-1
371 11-10-017-3




372 11-10-044-7
373 11-10-096-20




374 11-10-185-1




375 11-10-061-2

376 11-10-248-1




377 11-10-001-6
378 11-10-252-1




379 11-10-032-3




380 11-10-200-1




381 11-10-216-1
382 11-10-005-23




383 11-10-044-8
384 11-10-096-21

385 11-10-210-1


386 11-10-205-1

387 11-10-211-1




388 11-10-007-6




389 11-10-013-6


390 11-10-251-1
391 11-10-005-16




392 11-10-012-8




393 11-10-005-15




394 11-10-005-17




395 11-10-041-5
396 11-10-181-1




397 11-10-107-3

398 11-10-232-1




399 11-10-224-1

400 11-10-253-1
401 11-10-015-4




402 11-10-041-4




403 11-10-133-2




404 11-10-005-28
405 11-10-005-29




406 11-10-008-26




407 11-10-008-29




408 11-10-190-1
409 11-10-181-9




410 11-10-244-1




411 11-10-006-5
412 11-10-010-10




413 11-10-181-10


414 11-10-212-1




415 11-10-230-1
416 11-10-206-1




417 11-10-234-1

418 11-10-262-1




419 11-10-005-26




420 11-10-012-10
421 11-10-044-9




422 11-10-064-2




423 11-10-189-1


424 11-10-277-1




425 11-10-008-24
426 11-10-008-27




427 11-10-132-3




428 11-10-231-1




429 11-10-032-4
430 11-10-221-1

431 11-10-260-1




432 11-10-236-1




433 11-10-236-2

434 11-10-250-1




435 11-10-263-2




436 11-10-218-1
437 11-10-237-1




438 11-10-257-1




439 11-10-275-1




440 11-10-263-1




441 11-10-002-6




442 11-10-005-27
443 11-10-008-25




444 11-10-008-28




445 11-10-228-1




446 11-10-229-1


447 11-10-274-1




448 11-10-246-4




449 11-10-246-5




450 11-10-246-7
451 11-10-261-1
452 11-10-063-1


453 11-10-246-6




454 11-10-242-1


455 11-10-246-3

456 11-10-278-1




457 11-10-233-1




458 11-10-233-2
459 11-10-271-1




460 11-10-234-2




461 11-10-001-9

462 11-10-270-1

463 11-10-272-1


464 11-10-281-1
465 11-10-033-3




466 11-10-235-1




467 11-10-246-1




468 11-10-246-2




469 11-10-020-6
470 11-10-011-6




471 11-10-013-8




472 11-10-022-3




473 11-10-107-4
474 11-10-273-1




475 11-10-016-6


476 11-10-276-1

477 11-10-289-1




478 11-10-005-30
479 11-10-005-31




480 11-10-282-1




481 11-10-258-1
482 11-10-007-7


483 11-10-021-5

484 11-10-267-1




485 11-10-256-1

486 11-10-287-1




487 11-10-096-24
488 11-10-222-1




489 11-10-279-1

490 11-10-284-1




491 11-10-132-4
492 11-10-238-1




493 11-10-005-25




494 11-10-009-6
495 11-10-243-2




496 11-10-219-1




497 11-10-243-1




498 11-10-002-7
499 11-10-024-3




500 11-10-243-3




501 11-10-283-1




502 11-10-227-1




503 11-10-096-25
504 11-10-255-1




505 11-10-020-7




506 11-10-096-26
507 11-10-259-1




508 11-10-005-24




509 11-10-096-23
510 11-10-234-3

511 11-10-290-1




512 11-10-017-4

513 11-10-285-1

514 11-10-288-1




515 11-10-016-7


516 11-10-269-1




517 11-10-008-30
518 11-10-008-31




519 11-10-138-2




520 11-10-024-4




521 11-10-264-1




522 11-10-280-1


523 11-10-042-7

524 11-10-268-1




525 11-10-020-8
526 11-10-005-32




527 11-10-005-33




528 11-10-133-3




529 11-10-008-32
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Legends of the Training Organizers :
HAHO HR                  - Human Resources Division, HAHO
HAIHC                    - Hospital Authority Institute of Health Care
IDCTC                    - Infectious Disease Control Training Centre
IANS                     - Institute of Advanced Nursing Studies
HAHO CS                  - Cluster Services Division, HAHO
HAHO AH                  - Allied Health Grade Department, HAHO
HAHO NSD                 - Nursing Services Department, HAHO
HAHO MG                  - Medical Grade Department, HAHO

HAHO CMS                 - Complaint Management Section of PS&O Division, HAHO
HAHO S&P                 - Strategy & Planning Division, HAHO
                         - Clinical Standards and Technology Assessment
HAHO CS&TA               Department of Q&S Division, HAHO
                         - Infection, Emergency & Contingency Department of Q&S
HAHO IEC                 Division, HAHO
HAHO Q&S                 - Quality & Safety Division, HAHO
HAHO CC/CP               - Corporate Communication Department, HAHO
HAHO DWR                 - Doctor Work Reform, HAHO
                         - Patient Safety & Risk Management Department of Q&S
HAHO, Q&S, PS&RM         Division, HAHO
IAAHS                    - Institute of Advanced Allied Health Studies
COC(FM)                  - COC in Family Medicine
CC (Stroke)              - Central Committee on Stroke
OMCS                     - Occupational Medicine Care Service, HKWC
HA                       - Hospital Authority
CPS                      - Clinical Psychology Services
Cluster/Hosp             - Clusters/Hospitals
KCC                      - Kowloon Centre Cluster (KCC)
BH                       - Hong Kong Buddhist Hospital (BH)
KH                       - Kowloon Hospital (KH)
QEH                      - Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH)
KWC                      - Kowloon West Cluster (KWC)
KWH                      - Kwong Wah Hospital (KWH)
OLM                      - Our Lady of Maryknoll Hospital (OLM)
WTS                      - Wong Tai Sin Hospital (WTS)
KEC                      - Kowloon East Cluster (KEC)
HHH                      - Haven of Hope Hospital (HHH)
UCH                      - United Christian Hospital (UCH)
TKOH                     - Tseung Kwan O Hospital (TKOH)
HKEC      - Hong Kong East Cluster (HKEC)
PYNEH     - Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital (PYNEH)
RHTSK     - Ruttonjee & Tang Shiu Kin Hospitals (RHTSK)
SJH       - St. John Hospital (SJH)
TWEH      - Tung Wah Eastern Hospital (TWEH)
WCH       - Wong Chuk Hang Hospital (WCH)
CCH       - Cheshire Home, Chung Hom Kok (CCH)
HKWC      - Hong Kong West Cluster (HKWC)
DKCH      - Duchess of Kent Children's Hospital (DKCH)
MMRC      - MacLehose Medical Rehabilitation Centre (MMRC)
FYKH      - Fung Yiu King Hospital (FYKH)
QMH       - Queen Mary Hospital (QMH)
TWH       - Tung Wah Hospital (TWH)
TYH       - Tsan Yuk Hospital (TYH)
NTEC      - New Territories East Cluster (NTEC)
AHNH      - Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital (AHN)
BBH       - Bradbury Hospice (BBH)
SCH       - Cheshire Home, Shatin (SCH)
PWH       - Prince of Wales Hospital (PWH)
SH        - Shatin Hosptial (SH)
TPH       - Tai Po Hospital (TPH)
NTWC      - New Territories West Cluster (NTWC)
CPH       - Castle Peak Hospital (CPH)
NDH       - North District Hospital/Fanling Hospital (NDH)
POH       - Pok Oi Hospital (POH)
SLH       - Siu Lam Hospital (SLH)
TMH       - Tuen Mun Hospital (TMH)
CMC       - Caritas Medical Centre (CMC)
KCH       - Kwai Chung Hospital (KCH)
PMH       - Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH)
YCH       - Yan Chai Hospital (YCH)
GH        - Grantham Hospital (GH)
HKEH      - Hong Kong Eye Hospital (HKEH)
RC        - Rehabaid Centre (RC)
BTC       - Hong Kong Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service (BTS)
          - Hong Kong Tuberculosis, Chest & Heart Diseases
TBA       Association (TBA)
HAHO      - HA Head Office (HAHO)
CND       - Central Nursing Division
KCC CND   - KCC CND
BH CND    - BH CND
KH CND    - KH CND
QEH CND   - QEH CND
KWC CND   - KWC CND
KWH CND   - KWH CND
OLM CND         - OLM CND
WTS CND         - WTS CND
KEC CND         - KEC CND
HHH CND         - HHH CND
UCH CND         - UCH CND
TKO CND         - TKO CND
HKEC CND        - HKEC CND
PYN CND         - PYN CND
RHTSK CND       - RHTSK CND
SJH CND         - SJH CND
TEH CND         - TEH CND
WCH CND         - WCH CND
CCH CND         - CCH CND
HKWC CND        - HKWC CND
DKH CND         - DKH CND
MMR CND         - MMR CND
FYK CND         - FYK CND
QMH CND         - QMH CND
TWH CND         - TWH CND
TYH CND         - TYH CND
NTEC CND        - NTEC CND
AHN & TPH CND   - AHN & TPH CND
BBH CND         - BBH CND
SCH CND         - SCH CND
PWH CND         - PWH CND
SH CND          - SH CND
TPH CND         - TPH CND
NTWC CND        - NTWC CND
CPH CND         - CPH CND
NDH CND         - NDH CND
POH CND         - POH CND
SLH CND         - SLH CND
TMH CND         - TMH CND
CMC CND         - CMC CND
KCH CND         - KCH CND
PMH CND         - PMH CND
YCH CND         - YCH CND
GH CND          - GH CND
HKE CND         - HKE CND
RC CND          - RC CND
BTS CND         - BTS CND
TBA CND         - TBA CND
CMC NS          - School of Nursing, CMC
TMH NS          - School of General Nursing, TMH
              - Central Committees for Clinical & Professional Services
COC           (COC)
COC(OT)       - COC in Occupational Therapy
OT-HKEC       - OT-Hong Kong East Cluster
OT-CCH        - OT-CCH
OT-PYNEH      - OT-PYNEH
OT-RHTSK      - OT-RHTSK
OT-SJH        - OT-SJH
OT-TWEH       - OT-TWEH
OT-WCHH       - OT-WCHH
OT-HKWC       - OT-Hong Kong West Cluster
OT-DKCH       - OT-DKCH
OT-FYKH       - OT-FYKH
COC(DIET)     - COC in Dietetics
OT-GH         - OT-GH
OT-MMRC       - OT-MMRC
OT-QMH        - OT-QMH
OT-TWH        - OT-TWH
OT-DTRC       - OT-DTRC
OT-KCC        - OT-Kowloon Center Cluster
OT-BH         - OT-BH
OT-QEH        - OT-QEH
OT-KEC        - OT-Kowloon East Cluster
OT-TKOH       - OT-TKOH
OT-HHH        - OT-HHH
OT-UCH        - OT-UCH
OT-KWC        - OT-Kowloon West Cluster
COC(ST)       - COC in Speech Therapy
OT-CMC        - OT-CMC
OT-KCH        - OT-KCH
COC(OT) KWH   - COC(OT) KWH
OT-OLMH       - OT-OLMH
OT-PMH        - OT-PMH
OT-WTSH       - OT-WTSH
OT-NTEC       - OT-NT East Cluster
OT-AHNH       - OT-AHNH
OT-NDH        - OT-NDH
OT-PWH        - OT-PWH
OT-SCH        - OT-SCH
OT-SH         - OT-SH
OT-TPH        - OT-TPH
OT-NTWC       - OT-NT West Cluster
OT-CPH        - OT-CPH
              - The Hospital Authority Multidisciplinary Task Force on
HA Pain Mgt   Pain Management
Subcomm for O&O           - Subcommittee for Optometrists and Orthoptists
OT-POH                    - OT-POH
OT-SLH                    - OT-SLH
Subcomm for AUD           - Subcommittee for Audiologists
COC(Psy)                  - COC in Psychiatry
OT-TMH                    - OT-TMH
COC on Diabetic Service   - Central Committee on Diabetic Service
COC(ENT)                  - COC in Ear, Nose and Throat
COC(MSS)                  - COC in Medical Social Service
COC(CM)                   - Training Committee in Chinese Medicine
HAITS                     - Information Technology Services, HAHO
COC(POD)                  - COC in Podiatry
Subcomm for RT            - Subcommittee for Radiation Therapists
Subcomm for DR            - Subcommittee for Diagnostic Radiographers
COC(SUR)                  - COC in Surgery
COC(PT)                   - COC in Physiotherapy
PT-HKEC                   - PT-Hong Kong East Cluster
COC(A&E)                  - COC in Accident and Emergency
COC(Path)                 - COC in Pathology
PT-CCH                    - PT-CCH
PT-PYNEH                  - PT-PYNEH
COC(ClinOnc)              - COC in Clinical Oncology
CC (Toxicology)           - Central Committee on Toxicology Services
PT-SJH                    - PT-SJH
PT-RHTSK                  - PT-RHTSK
PT-TWEH                   - PT-TWEH
PT-WCH                    - PT-WCH
PT-HKWC                   - PT-Hong Kong West Cluster
PT-DKH                    - PT-DKH
PT-FYKH                   - PT-FYKH
PT-GH                     - PT-GH
PT-MMRC                   - PT-MMRC
PT-QMH                    - PT-QMH
PT-TWH                    - PT-TWH
PT-KCC                    - PT-Kowloon Center Cluster
PT-BH                     - PT-BH
PT-KH                     - PT-KH
PT-QEH                    - PT-QEH
PT-KEC                    - PT-Kowloon East Cluster
PT-HHH                    - PT-HHH
PT-TKO                    - PT-TKO
PT-UCH                    - PT-UCH
PT-KWC                    - PT-Kowloon West Cluster
PT-CMC                    - PT-CMC
PT-KCH                        - PT-KCH
PT-KWH                        - PT-KWH
PT-OLM                        - PT-OLM
PT-PMH                        - PT-PMH
PT-WTS                        - PT-WTS
PT-YCH                        - PT-YCH
HAIDC                         - Hospital Authority Infectious Disease Centre
PT-NTEC                       - PT-NT East Cluster
PT-AHNH                       - PT-AHNH
PT-NDH                        - PT-NDH
PT-PWH                        - PT-PWH
PT-SCH                        - PT-SCH
PT-SH                         - PT-SH
PT-TPH                        - PT-TPH
PT-NTWC                       - PT-NT West Cluster
PT-POH                        - PT-POH
PT-SLH                        - PT-SLH
PT-TMH                        - PT-TMH
COC(P&O)                      - COC in Prosthetics & Orthotics
COC(CP)                       - COC in Clinical Psychology
Subcomm for MP                - Subcommittee for Medical Physicists
KWC OSH                       - OSH Committee, KWC
KWC RM                        - Risk Management Committee, KWC
AH Comm Path                  - Allied Health Committee of Pathology
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-HKEC    - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-Hong Kong East Cluster
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PYNEH   - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PYNEH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-RHTSK   - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-RHTSK
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-TWEH    - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-TWEH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-HKWC    - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-Hong Kong West Cluster
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-GH      - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-GH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-TYH     - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-TYH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-DKCH    - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-DKCH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-TWH     - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-TWH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH     - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH
                              - Hospital Authority Convention Scientific Programme
HA CSPC                       Committee
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-KCC     - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-Kowloon Center Cluster
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-BH      - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-BH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH     - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-BTS     - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-BTS
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-KEC     - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-Kowloon East Cluster
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-HHH     - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-HHH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-TKOH    - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-TKOH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-UCH     - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-UCH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-KWC     - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-Kowloon West Cluster
CCTS                         - Central Committee on Trauma Service
CRC                          - Central Renal Committee
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PMH    - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PMH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-YCH    - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-YCH
CC(ICU)                      - Central Committee on Intensive Care
Central Onco Comm            - Central Oncology Committee
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-KWH    - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-KWH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-OLMH   - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-OLMH
C. Transfusion Comm          - Central Transfusion Committee
MSC                          - Medication Safety Committee
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-CMC    - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-CMC
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTEC   - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NT East Cluster
CC(PC)                       - Central Committee (Palliative Care)
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-AHNH   - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-AHNH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NDH    - SO(M) Path and MT/MLTNDH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PWH    - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PWH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC   - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NT West Cluster
HINFO                        - Health Informatics
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-TMH    - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-TMH
SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-POH    - SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-POH
BFPC                         - Breast Feeding Promotion Committee
HKEC PHARM                   - HKEC Pharmacy Department
HKWC PHARM                   - HKWC Pharmacy Department
KCC PHARM                    - KCC Pharmacy Department
KEC PHARM                    - KEC Pharmacy Department
KWC PHARM                    - KWC Pharmacy Department
NTEC PHARM                   - NTEC Pharmacy Department
NTWC PHARM                   - NTWC Pharmacy Department
PYNEH PHARM                  - PYNEH Pharmacy Department
RHTSK PHARM                  - RHTSK Pharmacy Department
SJH PHARM                    - SJH Pharmacy Department
TWEH PHARM                   - TWEH Pharmacy Department
WCH PHARM                    - WCH Pharmacy Department
DKCH PHARM                   - DKCH Pharmacy Department
FYKH PHARM                   - FYKH Pharmacy Department
GH PHARM                     - GH Pharmacy Department
QMH PHARM                    - QMH Pharmacy Department
TYH PHARM                    - TYH Pharmacy Department
TWH PHARM                    - TWH Pharmacy Department
BH PHARM                     - BH Pharmacy Department
HKEH PHARM                   - HKEH Pharmacy Department
KH PHARM                     - KH Pharmacy Department
QEH PHARM                    - QEH Pharmacy Department
HHH PHARM                    - HHH Pharmacy Department
TKOH PHARM                 - TKOH Pharmacy Department
UCH PHARM                  - UCH Pharmacy Department
CMC PHARM                  - CMC Pharmacy Department
KCH PHARM                  - KCH Pharmacy Department
KWH PHARM                  - KWH Pharmacy Department
OLM PHARM                  - OLM Pharmacy Department
PMH PHARM                  - PMH Pharmacy Department
WTS PHARM                  - WTS Pharmacy Department
YCH PHARM                  - YCH Pharmacy Department
AHNH PHARM                 - AHNH Pharmacy Department
NDH PHARM                  - NDH Pharmacy Department
PWH PHARM                  - PWH Pharmacy Department
CPH PHARM                  - CPH Pharmacy Department
POH PHARM                  - POH Pharmacy Department
TMH PHARM                  - TMH Pharmacy Department
QMH CP                     - QMH Clinical Psychology Department
CPH IMH                    - Institute of Mental Health, Castle Peak Hospital
KMU                        - Knowledge Management Unit
Oasis                      - Oasis
PMH Dept. Onco             - Department of Oncology, Princess Margaret Hospital
QEH Nuclear Medicine       - QEH Nuclear Medicine Department
Dept. of Psychiatry, TPH   - Department of Psychiatry, Tai Po Hospital
OSH                        - Occupational Health and Safety
RM                         - Risk Management
CPO                        - Chief Pharmacist's Office, HAHO
TMH, M&G                   - Medicine & Geriatrics of TMH
                           - Accident and Emergency Training Centre, Ruttonjee &
A&ETC RHTSK                Tang Shiu Kin Hospital
TMH, S&PA                  - Secretariat and Public Affairs Section, TMH
Dept. of Surgery, TWH      - Department of Surgery, TWH
KCH Q&S                    - Quality and Safety Committee, KCH
Ana&PM, UCH                - Department of Anaesthesiology and Pain Medicine, UCH
COC(Anaes)                 - COC in Anaesthesiology
MMRC, O&T                  - Department of Orthopaedics & Traumatology, MMRC
DKCH Paed                  - Department of Paediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, DKCH
KWC Podiatry               - Kowloon West Cluster Podiatry
RT-PMH                     - RT-PMH
RT-PWH                     - RT-PWH
RT-PYNEH                   - RT-PYNEH
RT-QEH                     - RT-QEH
RT-QMH                     - RT-QMH
RT-TMH                     - RT-TMH
IAAHS / COC(P&O)           - IAAHS / COC in Prosthetics & Orthotics
IAAHS / COC(CP)            - IAAHS / COC in Clinical Psychology
IAAHS / COC(DIET)          - IAAHS / COC in Dietetics
IAAHS / COC(ST)           - IAAHS / COC in Speech Therapy
IAAHS / COC(MSS)          - IAAHS / COC in Medical Social Service
IAAHS / COC(POD)          - IAAHS / COC in Podiatry
IAAHS / COC(PT)           - IAAHS / COC in Physiotherapy
IAAHS / COC(OT)           - IAAHS / COC in Occupational Therapy
IAAHS / Subcomm for MP    - IAAHS / Subcommittee for Medical Physicists
IAAHS / AH Comm Path      - IAAHS / Allied Health Committee of Pathology
IAAHS / Subcomm for RT    - IAAHS / Subcommittee for Radiation Therapists
IAAHS / Subcomm for DR    - IAAHS / Subcommittee for Diagnostic Radiographers
IAAHS / Subcomm for O&O   - IAAHS / Subcommittee for Optometrists and Orthoptists
IAAHS / Subcomm for AUD   - IAAHS / Subcommittee for Audiologists
KWC FM                    - Office of Family Medicine & Primary Health Care, KWC
PMH SSD                   - PMH Supporting Services Department
NTEC Q&RM                 - Quality and Risk Management Division, NTEC
NTWC RM                   - Quality and Risk Management Division, NTWC
KWH O&T                   - KWH Orthopaedics & Traumatology Dept.
PYNEH ICU                 - Department of Intensive Care, PYNEH
HKEC Q&S                  - Quality & Safety Office, HKEC
NTWC S&PA                 - NTWC Secretariat & Public Affairs
PYNEH AH                  - Allied Health & Community, PYNEH
PYNEH O&T                 - Department of Orthopaedics & Traumatology, PYNEH
PMH ICT                   - PMH Infection Control Team
CS, HKEC                  - Community Service, Hong Kong East Cluster
QEH FM&GOPC               - QEH Family Medicine & GOPD
YCH ICH                   - YCH ICU Department
HAHO CM                   - Chinese Medicine Department, Cluster Services, HAHO
YCH ICT                   - YCH Infection Control Team
YCH DCSS                  - Department of Central Supporting Services, YCH
CMC ICT                   - CMC Infection Control Unit
                                                                                  Accredited Provider of Continuin
                                                                                         Report Summary Sheet o


ut their CPD activities annually (or as and when requested by the MLT Board), to assist the MLT Board in evaluating and moni




                              Date                               Training Organizer




           3 May 2010 (Mon); 09:00 - 17:00             IAAHS

           4, 17 May 10 9:00 am - 5:15 pm & 24 May 10
           9:00 am - 12:30 pm                         HAHO HR

           4, 11 May 10 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm & 18 May
           10 / 9:00 am - 12:30 pm                     HAHO HR




           4 May 2010 / 9:30 am - 12:30 pm             HAHO HR
Lecture 4th May 2010 (Tuesday), 0830-1700
Workshop (2 identical sessions for Allied
Health Professionals and Nurses) 6th May
2010 (Thursday), 0830-1200 6th May 2010
(Thursday), 1330-1700                     PYNEH ICU




4 May 2010 17:00 - 18:15                SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PMH




5 May 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm         HAHO HR




5 May 2010 / 1:45pm - 5:30pm            HAHO HR
6 May 2010 / 9:00am - 5:15pm 7 May 2010 /
9:00am - 5:30pm                             NTWC




6 May 2010, 9:00am - 1:00pm                 HKWC


06 May 2010 / 09:15am to 10:15am            SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




Date: 6 May 2010 (Thursday) Time: 14:30 hr -
16:30 hr                                     SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH
7 May 2010, 9:00am - 1:00pm              HKWC




10-May-10                                HA CSPC




11 & 14 May 2010 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm     HAHO HR




10 & 11 May 2009 9:00 am to 5:30 pm      HA CSPC




12 May 2010 (Wed); 09:00 - 17:00         IAAHS

12.5.10 :12:00-12:30                     SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH

Date: 14 MAY 2010 (Friday) Time: 14:30 hr –
16:30 hr                                    SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




14 May 2010 (9-5 pm)                     HKWC
15 May 2010 (Sat); 09:00 - 17:00          IAAHS




18 May 2010 / 9:00am - 12:30pm            HAHO HR


18 May 2010 / 17:30 - 19:30 p.m.          SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




19 May 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm           HAHO HR




19 May 2010/ 9:00 am - 12:45pm            HAHO HR




19 May 2010, 1:00-3:00pm                  Ana&PM, UCH


19 May 2010 (Wednesday); 13:00 – 14:30    SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH




20 May 2010 / 1:45pm - 5:30pm Cancelled   HAHO HR
20-May-10                                   HKEC Q&S


20 & 27 May 2010 (Day 1: 9:00am - 1:00pm,
Day 2: 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm)                   HKWC




25 May 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm             HAHO HR




25 May 2010 / 9:00am - 12:45pm              HAHO HR




25 May 2010, 9:00am - 1:00pm                HKWC




25 May 2010 (4:30 pm - 6:30 pm)             HKWC




25 May & 3 Jun 2010, 9am - 5pm              HKWC
26th May 2010, 8:45am - 5:10pm             IAAHS

26.5.2010;12:00-13:00                      SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH


27 May 2010 (Thu)/2:00pm – 5:00pm          HAHO HR




27 May 2010; 09:00 - 17:00                 IAAHS

27 May 2010 / 09:15 - 10:15 a.m.           SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




28th May 2010, 4th, 11th, 25th June 2010
(9:00am - 5:00-pm)                         HKEC


28/5/2010 (Fri) / 13:00-14:00              SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-UCH
28 May 2010/5:00pm-7:00pm           NTWC

28-5-2010 1:15 pm – 2:15 pm         SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH




31 May 2010, 9:00am - 12:30pm       HKWC




1, 2 Jun 2010 / 9:00 am - 5:30 pm   HAHO HR Jointly Organized with : Rogensi




1 & 2 June 2010 9:00 am - 5:30 pm   HAHO HR




1 June 2010 / 3:00pm - 5:00pm       HAHO HR
1 Jun 2010; 09:00 - 17:00                   IAAHS




19:00-21:00, every Tuesday and Thursday     HAHO CM




1st June 2010 (Tuesday) 9:00 am – 5:00 pm   IDCTC

2 June 2010, 1:00pm - 2:00pm                Ana&PM, UCH




3 Jun2010/10:00am-12:00noon                 NTWC
4 Jun 2010 / 1:45 - 5:30 pm     HAHO HR




4 June 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45
pm(Cancelled)                   HAHO HR


4/6/2010 (Fri) / 13:00-14:00    SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-UCH




4 June 2010, 13:00 - 13:30      SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH




4-Jun-10                        IAAHS Jointly Organized with : Westgard QC
4-Jun-10                          IAAHS




7 June 2010 (Mon) 9:30am-5:00pm   Oasis




8 Jun 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:30 pm   HAHO HR




9 Jun 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm    HAHO HR
9 Jun 2010 / 9:00am - 12:45pm     HAHO HR

9 Jun 10 12:00-12:30              SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




10 Jun 2010/ 13:45pm - 17:30pm    HAHO HR




10 Jun 2010/ 9:00am - 12:45pm     HAHO HR




10 June 2010 09:00 am - 5:00 pm   OSH
10/6/2010, 14:00- 17:00       KEC


10-6-2010 1:15 pm – 2:15 pm   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH




10 June 2010(9am-1pm)         HKWC
11 June 2010 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm               IDCTC


16 Jul & 30 Jul 10 (Fri) - 2 days workshop   Oasis




17 June 2010(Thu) 9:30am-5:00pm              Oasis
18 Jun 2010 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm       HAHO HR


18 June 2010( Fri), 9:30am - 5:15pm   Oasis
18 June 2010 (Fri) 9:00 am - 17:15 pm         NTWC




18 June 2010 (2:30pm to 4pm)                  HKWC




                                              QMH CND Jointly Organized with : Dept of
                                              Surgery, QMH & TWH, The University of
19 June 2010 / 08:50 - 17:00                  Hong Kong




Class A - 21 & 22 Jun Class B - 28 & 29 Jun   Oasis
22 June 2010 / 9:00am-12:30pm            HAHO HR




22 Jun 2010/2:15pm-5:00pm                NTWC




23 June 2010 / 10:30am - 11:30am         NTWC

23.6.10/12:00-13:00                      SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




24 June 2010 / 9:00am - 5:15pm 25 June
2010 / 9:00am - 5:30pm                   NTWC
24 Jun 2010 (Thursday) / 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH

24 Jun 2010 / 09:15 to 10:15 am             SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH

Dates: 26/6/2010. 3/7/2010 and 10/7/2010
Time: 9am to 5pm Additional date of
workshop will be arranged by individual
speakers                                    OMCS




28 June 2010, 9:00am to 5:00 pm             HAHO Q&S




29 Jun 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm            HAHO HR




29 June 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm            HAHO HR
29 June 2010, 9:00am - 1:00pm   HAHO Q&S




29 & 30 June 2010 09:00-17:00   PYNEH ICU
29 June 2010 09:15 am - 5:00 pm   OSH




30 June 2010, 9:00am to 1:00 pm   HAHO Q&S




30 June 2010 09:15 am - 5:00 pm   OSH
7 July 2010 (2:30pm to 5:00pm)      HKWC




5 July 2010 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm       SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PMH




6 Jul 2010 / 9:30 am - 12:30 pm     HAHO HR


6 July 2010(Tue), 9:30am - 5:15pm   Oasis




6 July 2010 17:00 - 18:15           SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PMH


7 July 2010, 1:00pm - 2:00pm        Ana&PM, UCH
7 Jul 10 12:00-12:30                SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH
8 Jul 10 (Thu)                   Oasis




8 July 2010 09:00 am - 5:00 pm   OSH




8 July 2010 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm    HAHO HR

8 July 2010 1:00 - 2:00 pm       SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PMH
13 Jul 2010/2:30pm-4:00pm           NTWC




14 July 2010 9:00 am - 4:30 pm      COC(ClinOnc)




15 July 2010, 9:00am-11:00am        HAHO Q&S




19 July 2010 (Mon); 09:00 - 17:00   IAAHS

20th July 2010 / 5:30 to 7:00 pm    SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH
22 Jul 2010/2:30pm-4:00pm           NTWC

22 Jul 2010 / 09:15 to 10:15 am     SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




23 Jul 2010 /9:00 am - 12:45 pm     HAHO HR




23 July 2010 (Fri); 09:00 - 17:00   IAAHS
28 July 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm   HAHO HR




28 July 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm    HAHO HR

28 Jul 2010 12:00-13:00             SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




29 July 2010, 2:00pm - 5:15pm       HKWC

30.07.2010 at 1315 to 1415          SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC




2 Sept 2010 (9:15am to 10:15am)     HKWC




15 Jun 2010 (Tue) , 1345-1745       HAHO HR




15 Jun 2010 (Tue) , 0845-1245       HAHO HR




4 Jun 2010 (Fri), 1345-1745         HAHO HR
3 Jun 2010 (Thu) , 0845-1245       HAHO HR




4 Jun 2010 (Fri), 0845 – 1245      HAHO HR




3 Aug 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm     HAHO HR




3 August 2010 / 9:00am - 12:45pm   HAHO HR
3 Aug 2010 09:00 am - 5:30 pm   OSH




4 Aug 2010 ; 0930 to 1700       HAHO HR


4 August 2010, 1:00-2:00pm      Ana&PM, UCH




5 Aug 2010(Thu) 9:30am-5:00pm   Oasis




5 Aug 2010, 0930 to 1700        HAHO HR


5 Aug 2010 1800-2200            A&ETC RHTSK
6 August 2010 / 9:00am-12:30pm             HAHO HR




10 August 2010 / 1:45pm-5:30pm             HAHO HR




10 Aug 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm           HAHO HR




11 August 2010, Wednesday, 9:00 – 12:45    IAAHS




11 August 2010, Wednesday, 14:00 - 17:00   IAAHS


11 August 2010 13:15 to 14:15              SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH
11.8.10/12:00-12:30                   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




12 August 2010 / 9:00am - 5:15pm 13
August 2010 / 9:00am - 5:30pm         NTWC




12 Aug 2010 09:00 am - 5:00 pm        OSH


12.08.2010 at 0930 to 1800            SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC


13.08.2010 at 0930 to 1800            SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC
16 August 2010 / 11:30am - 12:30pm   NTWC




16 Aug 2010 (Mon); 09:00 - 17:00     IAAHS




16 Aug 2010 09:15 am - 5:30 pm       OSH




17 Aug 2010/10:00am-12:00noon        NTWC
18 Aug 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm    HAHO HR




18 Aug 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm     HAHO HR




18-Aug-10                           RC




19-Aug-10                           HKEC Q&S




19 Aug 10 ; 13:00-15:00             HAHO Q&S


24 Aug 2010(Tue), 9:30am - 5:15pm   Oasis




24 Aug 2010, 0930 to 1700           HAHO HR

24 August, 2010 at1315 to 1415      SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC
24 Aug 2010/10:00am-12:00pm             NTWC

25 Aug & 2 Sep 2010 / 0900-1700 and 8 Sep
2010 / 0900-1230                          HAHO HR




25 Aug 2010, 0930 to 1700               HAHO HR




25 Aug 2010; 12:00-14:00                HAHO Q&S

25.8.10/12:00-13:00                     SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




26 Aug 10 (Thu)                         Oasis

26 Aug 2010 / 09:15 to 10:15 am         SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




30, 31 Aug 2010 / 9:00 am - 5:30 pm     HAHO HR Jointly Organized with : Rogensi
30 Aug 2010 09:15 am - 5:30 pm      OSH




31 Aug 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm     HAHO HR




31 August 2010 / 9:00am - 12:45pm   HAHO HR
31 Aug 2010 09:15 am - 5:30 pm   OSH




31 Aug 2010/10:00am-12:00noon    NTWC




1 September 2010, 1pm - 2pm      Ana&PM, UCH




6 Sept 2010 (12noon to 1pm)      HKWC
13 Sept 2010 (12 noon to 1pm)               HKWC




27 Sept 2010 (12:30 pm to 2:30 pm)          HKWC




                                            HAHO HR Jointly Organized with : PeoplePlus
2 Sep, 29 Sep & 1 Nov / 9:00 am - 5:30 pm   Consulting




3 Sept 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm             HAHO HR




3 September 2010 / 9:00am - 12:45pm         HAHO HR
3 September 2010 09:15 am - 5:30 pm           OSH




3 September 2010, 13:00 - 13:30               SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH

6 & 16 Sept 2010                              Oasis




6 Sep, 5 Oct & 10 Nov 2010 / 9:00 am - 5:30   HAHO HR Jointly Organized with : PeoplePlus
pm                                            Consulting




7 September 2010 17:00 - 18:15                SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PMH




7/9/2010 10:30am to 12:30pm                   KMU
7/9/2010 3:45am - 6:45pm       KMU




7 Sep 10; 13:00-15:00          HAHO Q&S




7 Sep 2010/10:00am-12:00noon   NTWC
8 & 15 Sep 2010; 9:00am to 5:30 pm    HAHO HR




8 September 2010 09:00 am - 5:00 pm   OSH
8/9/2010 10:30am to 12:30pm      KMU




8/9/2010 3:45pm - 6:45pm         KMU




8 Sept 2010 (11am to 12noon)     HKWC




9 Sept 2010(Thu) 9:30am-5:00pm   Oasis
9 Sept. 2010 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM     OSH




9 Sept. 2010 09:30 AM - 12:30 PM   OSH




9/9/2010 10:30am to 12:30pm        KMU
9/9/2010 3:45pm - 6:45pm                   KMU

09 Sep 2010 / 09:15 to 10:15 a.m.          SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH


Date: 4th October 2010 (Monday) Time:
12:45pm - 1:45pm                           HKEC




10 Sep 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm           HAHO HR




10 Sep 2010 / 1:45 pm -5:30 pm             HAHO HR




10 September 2010, Friday, 9:00 - 12:45    IAAHS




10 September 2010, Friday, 14:00 - 16:45   IAAHS

10 September 2010 13:15 to 14:15           SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH


13 Sept 10 (Mon)                           Oasis
                                       HAHO HR Jointly Organized with : PeoplePlus
13 Sep, 11 Oct & 12 Nov 2010           Consulting




14 September 2010 (Tuesday) 3:00pm -
5:00pm                                 HKEC




14 Sept 2010; 13:00-14:00              HAHO Q&S




14 Sep 2010/10:00am-12:00noon          NTWC

15.9.10/12:00-13:00                    SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH


15-Sep-10                              SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-HKWC
17 September 2010 / 2:00pm - 5:30pm   HAHO HR


28-9-2010 1 pm – 2 pm                 SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH


17/9/2010, 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm         KEC




20 Sep 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm      HAHO HR




20 Sept 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm      HAHO HR


20/9/2010, 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm         KEC




21 Sept 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm      HAHO HR
21 Sept 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:30 pm       HAHO HR




21 September 2010 (3:00pm - 5:00pm)     HKEC


21 September 2010 / 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH


21.09.2010 at 1315 to 1415              SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC




21 Sep 2010/10:00am-12:00noon           NTWC
22 Sept 2010 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm           HAHO HR




22 Sep, 25 Oct & 15 Nov 2010 / 9:00 am -   HAHO HR Jointly Organized with : PeoplePlus
5:30 pm                                    Consulting


22-Sep-10                                  SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH


22/9/2010, 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm              KEC

24-9-2010 1:15 pm – 2:15 pm                SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH

25 September 2010 / 08:30 am - 04:30 pm    SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




27 September 2010 14:00pm                  IAAHS
27 Sep, 2010 (Mon) 09:00am             IAAHS




27 & 28 Sep 2010 / 0900 - 1730         HAHO HR




28 Sep 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm       HAHO HR




30 September 2010 / 9:00am - 12:30pm   HAHO HR
30 Sep 2010(Thu)9:30am-5:00pm               Oasis


30 Sep 2010 (Thursday) / 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH

30 September 2010 / 09:15 to 10:15 a.m.     SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




4 October 2010 / 9:00am - 5:00pm 14
October 2010 / 9:00am - 5:00pm 15 October
2010 / 9:00am - 12:30pm                     HAHO HR




4, 6 Oct; 4, 5 Nov; 3 Dec 2010/ 0930 - 1700 (
Coaching: 25 Oct 2010, 19 Nov 2010, 7 Jan
2011, 15 Feb 2011)                            HAHO HR
5 October 2010 09:00 am - 5:00 pm   OSH




5/10/2010 17:00 - 18:15             SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PMH




6 Oct 2010(Wed) 9:30am-5:00pm       Oasis
6 Oct 2010 09:30 AM - 12:30 PM   OSH




6 Oct 2010 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM     OSH
6 Oct 10; 13:00-15:00                        HAHO Q&S




7 October 2010 / 9:00am - 12:45pm            HAHO HR




7 October 2010 / 1:45pm - 5:30pm             HAHO HR




7, 8 Oct, 2010; 16, 17 Nov, 2010; 9 Dec
2010/ 0930 - 1700 (Coaching: 19 Oct; 2 Dec
2010; 6 Jan, 16 Feb 2011)                    HAHO HR
07 October 2010 / 09:15 to 10:15 a.m.        SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH


7 October 2010 13:15 to 14:15                SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH
                                       TWH CND Jointly Organized with :
二零一零年十月八日至十一月廿六日                       東華醫院外科部 及
(逢星期五) 晚上六時半至八時四十五分                    東華醫院香港大學中醫藥臨床教研中心




8/10/2010 (Fri) / 13:00-14:00          SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-UCH




11 & 20 Oct 2010 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm   HAHO HR




12 & 19 Oct 2010/2:30pm-5:15pm         NTWC
12 Oct 2010 / 14:30-16:00 hr      SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-HKWC




13 Oct 2010 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm   HAHO HR




13 Oct 2010; 13:00-15:00pm        HAHO Q&S
13 Oct 2010/1:30pm-5:30pm                 NTWC




13 October 2010 (Wednesday) 5.55 – 7:15
pm                                        IDCTC

14.10.2010; 12:00-13:00                   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH

14.10.2010 at 1315 to 1415                SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC
15 October 2010, 13:00 - 14:00       SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH




18 Oct 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm      HAHO HR




18 Oct 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm     HAHO HR




18 October 2010 / 9:00am - 12:30pm   HAHO HR




18 & 19 Oct 2010 / 0900 - 1730       HAHO HR


19 Oct 2010(Tue), 9:30am - 5:15pm    Oasis
19 Oct 2010 09:00 - 5:30 pm             OSH




19 Oct 2010, 12:30-14:30pm              HAHO Q&S




20 October 2010, 13:00 to 14:00         SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH




21 October 2010 / 12:00pm - 1:00pm      NTWC

21 October 2010 / 09:15 to 10:15 a.m.   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH
Day 1 : 21 Oct 2010 09:15 - 17:30 Day 2 : 28 OSH Jointly Organized with : HKU - Centre on
Oct 2010 09:15 - 17:30 (Cancelled)           Behavioral Health




Day 1 - 22 Oct 2010 09:15 - 17:30 Day 2 - 29 OSH Jointly Organized with : HKU - Centre on
Oct 2010 09:15 - 17:30 (Cancelled)           Behavioral Health
25 Oct 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm        HAHO HR




25 Oct 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm         HAHO HR




25 October 2010, 13:00 to 14:00         SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH


25 October 2010, 13:15 - 14:15          SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH

26 October 2010 / 09:15 to 10:15 a.m.   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH
28 Oct 2010 09:00 - 5:30 pm                 OSH


28 Oct 2010 (Thursday) / 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




29 October 2010 (Friday), 13:00 – 15:00     SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH




1, 2 Nov 2010 / 9:00 am - 5:30 pm           HAHO HR Jointly Organized with : Rogensi




2, 3 , 25, 26 Nov; 16 Dec 2010/ 0930 - 1700
(Coaching: 22 Nov, 15 Dec 2010; 12 Jan , 17
Feb 2011)                                   HAHO HR
3 Nove 2010, 18 Nov 2010, 26 Nov 2010, 3
Dec 2010 / (9:00am - 5:00pm)               HKEC


3 November 2010, 1pm - 2pm                 Ana&PM, UCH




4 Nov 2010(Thu) 9:30am-5:00pm              Oasis
04 November 2010 / 09:15 to 10:15 a.m.     SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




5 Nov 2010 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm             HAHO HR
5 Nov 2010 09:30 AM - 12:30 PM   OSH




5 Nov 2010 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM     OSH
8 Nov 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm            HAHO HR




8 November 2010 / 1:45pm - 5:30pm          HAHO HR




9 Nov 10, 9:15-17:15                       Oasis




10 Nov 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pmCancelled HAHO HR




10 Nov 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pmCancelled   HAHO HR
10 November 2010 09:00 am - 5:00 pm   OSH




10 Nov 2010 09:00 am - 5:30 pm        OSH
Day 1: 10 Nov 2010 /0845-1745; Day 2: 17
Nov 2010 /0845-1245                        HAHO HR




10 November 2010 (Wednesday) 9:00 -
17:30                                      HAHO Q&S




11, 12 Nov; 7 , 20 Dec 2010; 19 Jan 2011 /
0930 - 1700 (Coaching: 24 Nov 2010; 11 , 25
Jan, 18 Feb 2011)                           HAHO HR
11 Nov 2010 (9:00 - 13:00)                    IAAHS / AH Comm Path




11 Nov 2010 (14:20 - 1700)                    IAAHS / AH Comm Path
11 November 2010 / 09:15 to 10:15 a.m.        SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




Day 1 11 Nov 2010 09:15 - 5:30 pm Day 2 18 OSH Jointly Organized with : HKU - Centre on
Nov 2010 09:15 - 5:30 pm                   Behavioral Health




12 & 19 Nov 2010                              Oasis




12 Nov 2010 (9:00 - 13:00)                    IAAHS / AH Comm Path
12 Nov 2010 (14:20 - 17:00)                    IAAHS / AH Comm Path




Day 1 - 12 Nov 2010 09:15 - 5:30 pm Day 2 - OSH Jointly Organized with : HKU - Centre on
19 Nov 2010 09:15 - 5:30 pm                 Behavioral Health




13 November, 2010                              OT-PMH




15 Nov 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm               HAHO HR
15 Nov 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm        HAHO HR


15 - 19 November 2010                  HAHO AH


15 - 19 November 2010/09:00 - 17:00    HAHO AH

                                       OSH Jointly Organized with : WHO Collaborating
                                       Centre on Community Safety Promotion
15 Nov 2010 2:00 - 5:00 pm             (WHO CCSP)




16 November 2010 / 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




17 Nov 2010 09:00 am - 5:30 pm         OSH
17 November 2010 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm       IDCTC




17th November 2010 / (4:00pm - 5:00pm)   HKEC




18 November 2010 / 9:00am - 5:15pm 19
November 2010 / 9:00am - 5:30pm          NTWC




18-Nov-10                                HKEC Q&S




19 Nov 2010, 13:00 - 13:30               SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH
22 November 2010 (Mon); 09:00 - 17:00   IAAHS




22 Nov 2010 09:00 am - 5:30 pm          OSH




23 November 2010 (Tue); 09:00 - 17:00   IAAHS




23 Nov 2010 (14:00 - 17:00)             IAAHS
Day 1 - 23 Nov 2010 09:15 - 5:30 pm Day 2 - OSH Jointly Organized with : HKU - Centre on
30 Nov 2010 09:15 - 5:30 pm                 Behavioral Health




23rd November 2010 (3:00pm - 4:30pm)           HKEC
24 Nov 2010 09:00 - 5:00 pm           OSH




24 Nov 2010 (Wed) 4:00 – 5:00 pm      IDCTC




24th November 2010 (Wednesday) / 2:00pm
-5 :00pm                                HKEC
17-18 March 2011                     PYNEH ICU




25 November 2010 / 3:00pm - 4:00pm   NTWC
25 Nov 2010 09:00 am - 5:30 pm           OSH

25 November 2010 / 09:15 to 10:15 a.m.   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




25 Nov 2010 (14:00 - 17:00)              IAAHS

25 Nov 2010 1:00 to 2:00 pm              SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PMH

at 1315 to 1415                          SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC


25 Nov 10 / 4:00-5:00 p.m.               SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




26th Nov 2010/10:00 am to 1:00 pm        NTWC




26th Nov 2010/10:00 am to 1:00 pm        NTWC
26th Nov 2010/10:00 am to 1:00 pm   NTWC




26th Nov 2010/2:00 pm to 5:45 pm    NTWC


26/11/2010 (Fri) / 13:00-14:00      SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-UCH




27th November 2010 09:00-17:30      PYNEH ICU




27th Nov 2010/9:00 am to 12:10 pm   NTWC
29 Nov 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm   HAHO HR




29 Nov 2010 / 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm    HAHO HR




29 Nov 2010 09:00 am - 5:30 pm     OSH
30 Nov 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm         HAHO HR




30 Nov 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm        HAHO HR




Day 1: 30 Nov 2010 ,0900am -0530 pm ; Day
2: 1 Dec 2010 ,0900 am -0530 pm           HAHO HR
1 Dec 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm    HAHO HR




1 Dec 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm   HAHO HR




1 Dec 2010, 9:15-17:15            Oasis


1 Dec 2010, 1:00pm - 2:00pm       Ana&PM, UCH




1 Dec 2010, 0845 - 1245           HAHO HR




12 Jan 2011 (9:30 am - 5:00pm)    HKWC
20 Jan 2011 (9:30am - 5:00pm)         HKWC




1 December 2010 / 4:00pm - 5:00pm     HKEC




11 Jan 2011 (3:30 pm - 5:00 pm)       HKWC
1/12/2010;12:00-13:00                 SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




2 December 2010 (Thursday) 8:45am -
12:30pm                               IAAHS / AH Comm Path
2 December 2010 (Thursday) 2:00pm -
5:00pm                                       IAAHS / AH Comm Path




Day 1 - 2 Dec 2010 09:15 - 5:30 pm Day 2 -   OSH Jointly Organized with : HKU - Centre on
9 Dec 2010 09:15 - 5:30 pm                   Behavioral Health




2.12.2010 (9:00 am - 5:00 pm)                KCC




3 Dec 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm              HAHO HR
3 Dec 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm               HAHO HR




3 December 2010 (Friday) 9:00am - 1:00pm     IAAHS / AH Comm Path




Day 1 - 3 Dec 2010 09:15 - 5:30 pm Day 2 -   OSH Jointly Organized with : HKU - Centre on
10 Dec 2010 09:15 - 5:30 pm                  Behavioral Health




3rd December 2010 (3:00pm - 4:30pm)          HKEC
8 Dec 2010 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm       HAHO HR




8 December 2010 09:00 am - 5:00 pm   OSH
8 Dec 2010 2:30 - 5:00 pm             OSH


8-9 December 2010 from 9am - 5pm 10
December 2010 from 6:30pm -8pm        CC(PC)




9 Dec 2010 (Thu) 9:30am-5:00pm        Oasis

09 Dec 2010 / 09:15am-10:15am         SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




10 December 2010 / 12:00pm - 1:00pm   NTWC
12 Dec 2010, 13:00 - 13:30                    SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH




13 Dec 2010 / 9:30 am - 12:30 pm              HAHO HR


Date:13 december 2010 Time:9:00am -
5:30pm Date: 5 january 2011 Time: 9:00am - HKEC Jointly Organized with : The Mental Health
5:30pm                                     Association of Hong Kong




14 December 2010 5.55 – 7:15 pm               IDCTC
15 Dec 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm   HAHO HR




15 Dec 2010 09:00 - 5:00 PM        OSH
15 Dec 2010 2:30 - 5:00 pm            OSH

15 Dec 2010 (15:30 - 16:30hr)         SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-HKWC


17 December 2010, 1:00-2:30pm         Ana&PM, UCH

17.12.2010 at 1305 to 1405            SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC




20 December 2010 / 1:45pm - 5:30pm    HAHO HR




20 December 2010 / 9:00am - 12:45pm   HAHO HR


20 December 2010, 13:15 - 14:15       SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH
21 Dec 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm            HAHO HR




21 December 2010 / 1:45pm - 5:30pm          HAHO HR




29 Dec 2010 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm Cancelled   HAHO HR




29 Dec 2010 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm            HAHO HR




3 January 2011 (Mon); 09:00 - 17:00         IAAHS
Day 1 - 3 Jan 2011 09:15 - 5:30 pm Day 2 -   OSH Jointly Organized with : HKU - Centre on
10 Jan 2011 09:15 - 5:30 pm                  Behavioral Health




4 Jan 2011 17:00 to 18:15                    SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PMH

5 January 2011, 1:00-2:00pm                  Ana&PM, UCH




6 January 2011 / 2:00pm - 3:00pm             HKEC

6 Jan 2011/ 5:30pm to 7:00pm                 SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH
7 & 18 Jan 2011 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm        HAHO HR




7 January 2011 (Fri); 09:00 - 17:00        IAAHS




Day 1: 11 Jan 2011 /0845-1745; Day 2: 25
Jan 2011 /0845-1245                        HAHO HR




12 Jan 2011 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm           HAHO HR
12 Jan 2011 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm    HAHO HR




12 Jan 2011 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm    HAHO HR




12 Jan 2011 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm   HAHO HR




12 Jan 2011 (Wed)                  Oasis
Day 1 - 13 Jan 2011 9:15AM – 5:30PM Day 2 OSH Jointly Organized with : HKU - Centre on
- 20 Jan 2011 9:15AM – 5:30PM             Behavioral Health




13 January 2011 / 2:30pm – 5:30pm             NTWC




14 Jan 2011 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm               HAHO HR
14 Jan 2011 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm           HAHO HR




Day 1 14 Jan 2011 09:15 AM - 5:30 AM Day   OSH Jointly Organized with : HKU - Centre on
2 21 Jan 2011 09:15 AM - 5:30 AM           Behavioral Health


14 Jan 2011 / 14:30-16:00hr                SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-HKWC




14 Jan 2011 / 2:30pm - 5:30pm              HKEC Jointly Organized with : HKPU, HKEC
17 January 2011, 10:30am-5:30pm      Ana&PM, UCH




19 January 2011 / 9:30am - 12:00pm   HKEC

19 Jan 11; 12:30-2:00                SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




20 Jan 2011 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm     HAHO HR




20 January 2011 / 1:45pm - 5:30pm    HAHO HR
20 Jan 2011 09:00 am - 5:00 pm (NWC)   OSH




20 Jan 2011 (Thu) 9:30am-5:00pm        Oasis




20 Jan 2011 (Thu)                      Oasis


on 20.01.2011 at 1315 to 1415          SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC




24 Jan 2011 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm        HAHO HR
24 Jan 2011 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm   HAHO HR




24 & 26 Jan 2011 / 0900 - 1730     HAHO HR




24 Jan 2011 / 2:30 - 5:30pm        HKEC Jointly Organized with : HKPU, HKEC




25 Jan 2011 / 9:30 am - 12:30 pm   HAHO HR
25 January 2011 / 3:00pm - 5:00pm         HAHO HR

on 25.01.2011 at 1315 TO 1415             SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC




26 January 2011 (Wednesday), 8.45 a.m.-
5.30 p.m.                                 IAAHS




27 January 2011 (Thursday), 8.45 a.m.- 5.15
p.m.                                        IAAHS

27 JAN 2011 / 9:15am to 10:15am           SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




27 Jan 2011 (5:30 pm - 7:00pm)            HKWC




28 January 2011 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm         IDCTC
9:00am - 12:00pm                        IAAHS




28 January 2011 pm                      IAAHS




on 28.02.2011 at 1315 to 1415           SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC




8 March 2011 (5:30 pm to 7:00pm)        HKWC




10 February 2011 / 9:00am - 5:15pm 11
February 2011 / 9:00am - 5:30pm         NTWC




10 Feb 2011 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm         HAHO HR
11 Feb 2011 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm    HAHO HR




11 Feb 2011 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm   HAHO HR




14 Feb 2011 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm    HAHO HR




14 Feb 2011 / 2:30pm - 5:30pm      HKEC Jointly Organized with : HKPU, HKEC


15.02.2011 at 13:15 to 14:15       SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC




16 Feb 2011 09:00 - 1:00 pm        OSH




16 Feb 2011 2:00 - 5:00 pm         OSH




16 Feb 2011 09:00 - 1:00 pm        OSH
16 Feb 11, 12:00-13:00             SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH
17 Feb 2011 (Thu) 9:30am-5:00pm             Oasis


17 Feb 2011 09:00 - 5:30 pm                 OSH




18 Feb 2011 (9:00 am to 5:00 pm) & 21 Feb
2011 (9:00 am to 1:00 pm)                   KEC


18 Feb 2011 09:00 - 5:30 pm                 OSH

18-Feb-11                                   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-AHNH




21-25 February 2011; 09:00-17:00            HAHO AH




21-25 February 2011; 09:00-17:00            HAHO AH
21 February 2011 5:55 to 7:15 pm            IDCTC




22 February 2011 / 2:30pm - 5:30pm          HKEC




24 February 2011 / 11:30am - 12:30pm        NTWC

24 Feb 2011 (Thursday) / 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH

24 Feb 2011 / 9:15am to 10:15am             SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH


24.2.2011 at 1315 to 1415                   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC
25 & 28 Feb 2011/ 9:00 am - 5:30 pm   HAHO HR




25 Feb 2011 / 9:30am - 12:30pm        HKEC Jointly Organized with : HKPU, HKEC




25 Feb 2011 09:00 - 12:30 pm          OSH




25 Feb 2011 2:00 - 5:00 pm            OSH




28 February 2011 / 2:00pm - 5:30pm    HAHO HR
1 Mar 2011 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm       HAHO HR




1 March 2011 / 9:00am - 12:45pm      HAHO HR




1 & 8 Mar 2011; 9:00 am to 5:30 pm   HAHO HR




1 March 2011 17:00 - 18:30           SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PMH
1-2 March 2011 Day 1: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Day 2: 9:00 am – 12:30 pm                   IDCTC




2 March 2011 / 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm            HAHO HR


2 March 2011, 1:00-2:00pm                   Ana&PM, UCH

2 Mar 11; 12:00-13:00                       SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




4 Mar 2011 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm Cancelled   HAHO HR
4 Mar 2011 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm          HAHO HR




4 March 2011, 13:00 - 13:30             SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QEH




5 March 2011 (8:30am- 5:45pm) 6 March
2011 (8:30am -12:45pm)                  CC (Toxicology)
8 March 2011 / 9:00am - 12:45pm         HAHO HR

8 & 15 March 2011 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm & 22
March 2011 / 9:00 am - 12:30 pm            HAHO HR

08.03.2011 at 13:15 to 14:15            SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-NTWC




9 March 2011 09:00-17:00                IAAHS

10 March 2011 / 9:15am to 10:15am       SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




11 March 2011 09:00 - 5:30 pm           OSH
11 Mar 2011 , 9:00 am - 12:30 pm   HAHO HR




11th and 12th March 2011           COC(FM)

11/3/2011 (Fri) / 13:00 - 14:00    SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-UCH




14 & 15 Mar 2011 / 0900 - 1730     HAHO HR
14-Mar-11                            HKEC Q&S




15 Mar 2011 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm      HAHO HR




15 March 2011 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm   HAHO HR
15/03/2011 3:30pm-5:30pm                   KMU




16 Mar 2011 (Wed) 9:00-17:00; 23 Mar 2011
(Wed) 9:00-17:00; and 30 Mar 2011 (Wed)
9:00-12:30                                IAAHS




16/03/2011 3:30pm-5:30pm                   KMU




17 March 2011 / 9:00am - 5:15pm 18 March
2011 / 9:00am - 5:30pm                     NTWC
17 & 24 March 2011 / 9:00am - 5:00pm 29
March 2011 / 9:00 - 12:30pm               HAHO HR




17/03/2011 3:30pm-5:30pm                  KMU




17 Mar 2011/2:00pm-5:20pm                 NTWC




21 March 2011 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm         HAHO HR




22 Mar 2011 09:00 am - 5:30 pm            OSH
22 March 2011 / 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm   HAHO HR




25 March 2011 / 9:00am - 12:30pm    HAHO HR




25 March 2011 09:00 am - 5:30 pm    OSH
26th (Sat) & 29th (Tue) March 2011 / 9:00
am - 4:30 pm                                IAAHS




29 Mar 2011 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm Cancelled   HAHO HR




29 Mar 2011 09:00 am - 5:30 pm              OSH
29 March 2011 / 2:30pm - 5:00pm             HKEC

30 Mar 11:12:00-13:00                       SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




31 March 2011 / 9:00 am - 5:00 pm           HAHO HR

31 March 2011 / 9:15am to 10:15am           SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH

31 Mar 2011 (Thursday) / 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.   SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




6 Apr 2011 / 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm              HAHO HR


6 April 2011 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm             SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-PMH




12 Apr 2011 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm            HAHO HR
12 Apr 2011 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm           HAHO HR




12 Apr 2011; 0845 - 1245                  HAHO HR




13 & 20 April 2011 / 9:00am - 5:00pm 28
April 2011 / 9:00am - 12:30pm             HAHO HR




13-Apr-11                                 SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-HKWC




13 April, 2011 15:00 - 17:00              PMH CND


14 Apr 2011, 9:30-17:15                   Oasis

14 April 2011/09:15am-10:15am             SO(M) Path and MT/MLT-QMH




15 April 2011 / 9:00am - 12:30pm          HAHO HR
19 Apr 2011 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm            HAHO HR




19 Apr 2011 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm           HAHO HR




Day 1: 19 Apr 2011 /0845-1745; Day 2: 26
Apr 2011 /0845-1245                        HAHO HR




27 Apr 2011 / 9:00 am - 12:45 pm           HAHO HR
27 Apr 2011 / 1:45 pm - 5:30 pm   HAHO HR
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                      Programme / Activity Title                    Programme Planner




                         Using SPSS for Statistical
           Programme Title :
           Analyses at Introductory Level                 Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)


           Programme Title :   Leadership Greatness Program Ms Kina CHENG, HRM(T&D)


           Programme Title :   Leadership Greatness Program Ms Kina CHENG, HRM(T&D)




                          Creativity and Lateral Thinking
           Programme Title :
                          Creative Thinking Seminar -
           Component Title :
           Thinkertoys Class Title : Thinkertoys - Boosting
           Your Creativity                                  Mr Patrick NG, HRM(T&D), HAHO
             4th Critical Care Nephrology
Programme Title :
Course for Health Care Professionals            Dr YAN Wing Wa, Director (ICU), PYNEH

             Toxicology Reference
Programme Title :
Laboratory Monthly Case Meeting Class Title :
TRL Monthly Case Meeting                        Suzanne Chan Suk San, MT




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM009       Mr Patrick NG, HRM(T&D), HAHO




Programme Title : Management 101 Program
Component Title : Briefing & Meeting Skills
(Elective) Class Title : BMS 004                Halina Lam, CO II
Programme Title : NTWC Lean Journey Component
Title :   Lean Management Training (Level Two) Monica CHENG, AHRM(A3), NTWC




               Certificate Program for
Programme Title :
Firstline Supervisor Component Title : Module 2 -
Developing Competency and Commitment              Ms Winnie LEUNG, HRM (T&OD), HKWC

Programme Title :   Beware of Free Lunches (Part
III) Class Title : Beware of Free Lunches (Part 3) Mr TS Kwan, DM
Programme Title : OSH Forum 2010 Series:
Session 3 - Manual Handling Operations
(MHO) Training / Refresher Programme -
Practical Session for Newly Recruited /
Existing MHO Trainers                              Kan Pui Fan, RN / Safety Coordinator (CND)
               SDR Workshop for
Programme Title :
Professional / Managerial Staff                     Ms Winnie LEUNG, HRM (T&OD), HKWC

              Hospital Authority Convention
Programme Title :
2010 - Day 1 Class Title : Hospital Authority
Convention 2010                                     Paul HUI, Manager (B&S)




             Think On Your Feet Class Title :
Programme Title :
Think On Your Feet - For Speedy & Smart
Responses                                           Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO


Programme Title :   Hospital Authority Convention
2010 - Day 2                                        Paul Hui, Manager (BS)




              Using SPSS for Statistical
Programme Title :
Analyses at Introductory Level                      Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)

Programme Title :   Lesson from a CSF Specimen      Miranda Yau, MT

           OSH Forum 2010 Series:
Programme Title :
Management of Workplace Violence                    Kan P F, RN / Safety Coordinator




             Interpersonal Skills at Work -
Programme Title :
From Listening to Influencing                       Ms Winnie LEUNG, HRM (T&OD), HKWC
              Using SPSS for Statistical
Programme Title :
Analyses at Introductory Level                  Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)

Programme Title : Anti-Discrimination Seminar
Component Title : Preventing and Managing
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace              Halina Lam, CO II
Programme Title : 29th Inter-Departmental
Toxicology Meeting of The HKWC Class Title :
29th Inter-Departmental Toxicology              Dr Matthew SH Tsui, Consultant, A&E, QMH




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM010       Mr Patrick Ng,, HRM(T&D), HAHO




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV009              Mr. Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




                                                Dr Anne Kwan, COS(Ana,PM&OS), UCH /
Programme Title : KEC Convention 2010           CSD(Q&S), KEC
Programme Title : Laboratory diagnosis of
Clostridium difficile-associated disease
(CDAD)                                          Ng Wan Han, MT




Programme Title :Management 101 Program
Component Title :The Essence of 7 Habits
(Core) Class Title : E7H005 Cancelled           Halina Lam, CO II
             Quality & Safety Forum
Programme Title :
             Blood Tranfusion Class Title :
Component Title :
Blood Transfusion                                Dr Peter Chee, AC, Deputy CSD(Q&RM)


Programme Title :   Impressive Presentation
Workshop                                         Ms Winnie Leung, HRM(T&OD), HKWC




             Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
             Proactive Leaders in the New
Component Title :
Millennium (Core) Class Title : PRO005           Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




Programme Title : Management 101 Program
Component Title : Giving Feedback & SDR
(Core) Class Title : FEE005                   Halina Lam, CO II
Programme Title : Performance Management /
Managing Performance to achieve result :
Case Studies to boost staff performance Class
Title : Managing Performance to achieve
result: Case Studies to boost staff
performance                                   Ms Winnie LEUNG, HRM (T&OD), HKWC




             'Meeting the Media' Seminar
Programme Title :
         Sharing Session on "Meeting the
Class Title :
Media - From Understanding to Partnership"       Ms Winnie LEUNG, HRM (T&OD), HKWC

                Advance e-Hospital Care
Programme Title :
Training Class Title : Advance e-Hospital Care
Training (Class H)                               Ms Winnie LEUNG, HRM (T&OD), HKWC
Programme Title :   Quality Assurance in Clinical   Ma Wai Man,Susan, Training Officer (Allied
Laboratories                                        Health)
Programme Title :   Staphylococci in clinical
microbiology                                        Miranda Yau, MT
Programme Title : Anti-Discrimination Seminar
Component Title : Addressing Diversity - Making
a Difference in Patient Care                        Winnie Chan, HRO

Programme Title : Using SPSS/PASW for
Statistical Analyses at Intermediate Level -
Module A                                            Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)
Programme Title : Beware of Free Lunches (Part
IV)                                                 Mr TS Kwan, DM




Programme Title : Hong Kong East Cluster Core
Management Programme (HKEC CMP)
Component Title : HKEC Core Management
Programme (HKEC CMP) 2010/2011                      Ms Jenny TAI, HRM(ST&D)
Programme Title : Laboratory Diagnosis and
Susceptibility Testing of Staphylococcus
species                                             Dr. K.C. Wong, Scientific Officer
Programme Title : Clinical Skills Training Centre
Component Title : Endoscopic Simulation
Workshop Class Title : Endoscopic USG               Ms. Kathy KO, AHRM(HR), NTWC
Programme Title : Introduction of Sysmex
Haematology Systems                                 Lit Man Wai, MT




Programme Title : BPP Training Workshop Class
Title :   BPP Training Workshop (Nurse & AH)        Ms Winnie LEUNG, HRM (T&OD), HKWC




             Leadership Pipeline Class Title :
Programme Title :
Leadership Pipeline - Module III                    Katherine Shiu, SM(Corp HR)




             Project Management Component
Programme Title :
    Project Management Workshop for
Title :
Senior Leaders Class Title : Project
Management for Senior Leaders (English
Workshop)                                 Ms Kina Cheng, HRM (T&D)


             Topical Seminars for Aspiring
Programme Title :
Leaders Component Title : The Magic of Creative
Leadership                                      Ms Esther Lee, HRM(T&D)
               Using SPSS/PASW for
Programme Title :
Statistical Analyses at Intermediate Level -
Module A                                       Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)




              Chinese Medicine Training
Programme Title :
Programme for Medical and Healthcare
Professional of Hospital Authority 10/11       Frederick Tse, EO1




Programme Title : Commissioned Training
Conference on Control of Drug Resistant
Gram Negative Pathogens in Healthcare
Settings Class Title : Commissioned Training
Conference on Control of Drug Resistant
Gram Negative Pathogens in Healthcare          Dr K W CHOI, AC
Programme Title : CPR and Use of Automated     Dr Anne Kwan, KEC CSD(Q&S)/ UCH
External Defibrillator in Resuscitation        COS(Ana,PM&OS)




Programme Title : Clinical Skills Training Centre
Component Title : Acute Back Pain - Mx Seminar
Class Title : from Ortho-Neurospinal Science &
PhysioRx to Alternative Medicine -Acupunture Ms. Kathy KO, AHRM(HR), NTWC
Programme Title :Management 101 Program
Component Title :Write to the Point (Elective)
Class Title : ENG003                             Mr Patrick NG, HRM(T&D), HAHO




             Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
             Proactive Leaders in the New
Component Title :
Millennium (Core) Class Title :
PRO006Cancelled                                  Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)

              Molecular diagnosis for
Programme Title :
atypical pneumonia                               Dr. K.C. Wong, Scientific Officer




             Reviving current services -
Programme Title :
CSF rhinorrhea and prolactin                     Ms Doris Ng, SMT




Programme Title :   Basic Method Validation      Susan MA, HOCS TO(AH)
           Introduction to Quality
Programme Title :
management and design for analytical
systems                                          Susan MA, HOCS TO(AH)


Programme Title :Resilience to Crisis (For HA
Frontline Clinical Staff) Module A - Crisis
Response Model & Learned Optimism Class
Title : Resilience to Crisis (For HA Frontline
Clinical Staff) Module A Class-FA1               Ms Vivian fok, EA




              Competency-based
Programme Title :
Interviewing Skills Component Title : Competency-
based Interviewing Skills Seminar Class Title :
Getting Right People - Competency Based
Interviewing Skills Helping You (Seminar)         Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D),HAHO




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM011        Mr Patrick Ng,, HRM(T&D), HAHO
Programme Title : Management 101 Program
Component Title : Briefing & Meeting Skills
(Elective) Class Title : BMS005                 Halina Lam, CO II
Programme Title : Klebsiella pneumonia
carbapenemase resistant                         CY Yau, MT




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV011              Mr. Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV010              Mr. Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




                Smart Lift Policy: Safe MHO
Programme Title :
skill and proper use of handling aids for
patient handling (for Trainer) Class Title : Smart
Lift Policy: Safe Manual Handling Operations
(MHO) skill and proper use of handling aids
for p                                              Linda LAI, M(MHO)
              Management of Workplace
Programme Title :
Violence - Level I (JUN 2010) Class Title : Mr Derek Chan/Miss Angela Cheung, OSH
Management of Workplace Violence - Level I (M)/ NO(NSD)

Programme Title :   How Serology Tests Help
Patient Care?                                 Mr. Benny LIT, MT




               Certificate Program for
Programme Title :
Firstline Supervisor Component Title : Module 4 -
Managing Work Conflicts                           Ms Winnie LEUNG, HRM (T&OD), HKWC
Programme Title :   Infection Control Forum     Dr Vivien CHUANG, AC

Programme Title :   Human Relations at
Worksplace                                      Clair Lau, CIII


                Resilience to Crisis (For HA
Programme Title :
Frontline Clinical Staff) Module B -
Connectedness & Hope Class Title : Resilience
to Crisis (For HA Frontline Clinical Staff)
Module B - FB1                                  Ms Vivian Fok, EA
Programme Title :   Creativity and Lateral Thinking
Component Title :   Thinkertoys - Creative Thinking
Workshop                                              Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO

Programme Title :    Crisis Communication Skills
Class Title :   Crisis Communication Skills I-A       Ms Vivian Fok, EA
                                                 Dr KWONG, Ngai-shan, Albert, NTWC COS,
Programme Title :   End-of-Life Care Symposium   (PAED&AM)


                                                   Ms Winnie Leung, HRM(T&0D), HRSC,
Programme Title :   Basic e-Hospital Care Training HKWC


               Colorectal Symposium 2010
Programme Title :
(Department of Surgery) Component Title : Multi-
disciplinary Management for Colorectal
Cancer                                           Peter CHAN, Ward Manager




               Workshop in “Grief Therapy
Programme Title :
For Victims after a Disaster”                    Clair Lau, CIII
              Essence of 7 Habits
Programme Title :
(七個習慣精要班) for Frontline Professional &
Supporting Supervisors Class Title : Essence of
7 Habits (七個習慣精要班) for Frontline
Professionals & Supporting Supervisors          Halina Lam, CO II (T&D)




Programme Title : Pressure Ulcer Prevention &
Management Committee (PUPMC) Component
Title : Certificate Course in Pressure Ulcer
Prevention & Management (Level 1)               Ms. Ceci WAN, AHRM(HR), NTWC




Programme Title : NTWC Lean Journey Component
Title :   Lean Management Training (Level One) Monica CHENG, AHRM(A3), NTWC

Programme Title :   Hand foot mouth disease EV71 Miranda Yau, MT




Programme Title : NTWC Lean Journey Component
Title :   Lean Management Training (Level Two) Monica CHENG, AHRM(A3), NTWC
            Drug Hypersensitivity - recent
Programme Title :
European Guidelines on Investigations        Mr. Albert TSAI, SMT

Programme Title :   Hospital POCT Workflow   Mr. TS Kwan, DM




             Intensive Course in
Programme Title :
Occupational Hygiene Practice                Henry Kwok, AC(OMC), HKWC




            Patient Safety Conference -
Programme Title :
Risk Communication Series I: Post Incident
Communication: Patient, Family and Staff     Ms Michlle Leung, EA(PS&RM)




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM012    Mr Patrick Ng,, HRM(T&D), HAHO




             Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
             Finance for Non-finance
Component Title :
Managers (Elective) Class Title : FIN003     Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)
               Patient Safety Workshop -
Programme Title :
Risk Communication Series I: "Practicum on
Interviewing Skills in Adverse Events" - 29
June 10 Class Title : Patient Safety Workshop -
Risk Communication Series I:                      Ms Michelle Leung, EA(PS&RM)




           2nd Critical Care Respiratory
Programme Title :
Course (CCRC2)                                    Dr LAU Chun Wing, Associate Consultant
             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers Class Title : Enhanced
Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Training for
DSE Assessors & Trainers                    Julie MA, M(WV&SD)

               Patient Safety Workshop -
Programme Title :
Risk Communication Series I: "Practicum on
Interviewing Skills in Adverse Events" - 30
June 10 Class Title : Patient Safety Workshop -
Risk Communication Series I:                      Ms Michelle Leung, EA(PS&RM)




             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                              Julie MA, M(WV & SD)
                                             Ms Dune Leung, HKWC Staff Health Amb /
Programme Title : 職場心理健康教育工作坊                HKWC HRM(SR&W)
Programme Title : Sharing on Differential
Laboratory Diagnosis of Potential Deliberate
Release Agents course 14th - 18th June and
BSL3 Practice                                Hui Wai Ting, SMT




               Creativity and Lateral Thinking
Programme Title :
               Creative Thinking Seminar -
Component Title :
Thinkertoys Class Title : Thinkertoys - Boosting
Your Creativity                                  Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO

Programme Title :    Crisis Communication Skills
Class Title :   Crisis Communication Skills I-B    Ms Vivian Fok, EA




Programme Title :   TRL Monthly Case Meeting       Suzanne Chan Suk San, MT

Programme Title : Risk Seminar: Sharing on CQI     Dr Anne Kwan, KEC CSD(Q&S)/ UCH
Programs (Critical care)                           COS(Ana, PM&OS)
Programme Title : Syphilis serology                CY Yau, MT
Programme Title :   Caring Workshop                Clair Lau, CIII




                Smart Lift Policy: Safe MHO
Programme Title :
skill and proper use of handling aids for
patient handling (for Trainer) Class Title : Smart
Lift Policy: Safe Manual Handling Operations
(MHO) skill and proper use of handling aids
for p                                              Linda LAI, M(MH0)




Programme Title : Management 101 Program
Component Title : Kick-off Seminar Class Title :
Kick-off Seminar 管理達人之領導秘笈                         Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)
Programme Title : The Most Rational MRSA
Solution                                           Hui Wai Ting, SMT
Programme Title : Clinical Skills Training Centre
Component Title : Infant Feeding & Swallowing
Difficulties - Mx Seminars 1 Class Title :
Management of Feeding/Swallowing
difficulties in Infants                             Ms. Kathy KO, AHRM(HR), NTWC




Programme Title :   Symposium of KRAS Mutation
Testing                                             Dr S K Au, Consultant Clinical Oncologist




             Hospital Clinical Ethics
Programme Title :
Committee: What Went Right And What
Went Wrong?" Class Title : Hospital Clinical
Ethics Committee: What Went Right And
What Went Wrong?                                    Ms Michelle Leung, EA(PS&RM)




Programme Title : Using SPSS for Statistical
Analyses at Introductory Level                      Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)
Programme Title : 30th Inter-department
Toxicology Meeting of the HKW Cluster               Dr. Matthew Tsui, Consultant, A&E, QMH
                Clinical Skills Training Centre
Programme Title :
                Infant Feeding & Swallowing
Component Title :
Difficulties - Mx Seminars 2 Class Title :
Management of Paediatric Feeding/
Swallowing disorders                              Ms. Kathy KO, AHRM(HR), NTWC

Programme Title :   Blue Moon on New Year's Eve Mr. TS Kwan, DM




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM013         Mr Patrick NG, HRM(T&D), HAHO




              Using SPSS for Statistical
Programme Title :
Analyses at Introductory Level                    Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)
              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV012           Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV013           Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)

Programme Title :   Architect i2000 SR       Miranda Yau, MT




Programme Title : Handling High Conflict Situation Ms Winnie Leung, HRM(T&OD), HKWC
Programme Title : Acute Promyelocytic
Leukaemia                                          Daisy Yeung, Medical Technologist
Programme Title : Basic e-Hospital Care Training
Class Title : Basic e-Hospital Care Training
(Dept of Pathology & Clinical Biochemistry,        Ms Winnie Leung, HRM(T&OD), HRSC,
QMH)(Roadshow)                                     HKWC




             Lean Overview for Senior
Programme Title :
Executives/Managers                          Simon Cheng, SHRM




             Lean Overview for Senior
Programme Title :
Executives/Managers                          Simon Cheng, SHRM




             Lean Overview for Senior
Programme Title :
Executives/Managers                          Simon Cheng, SHRM
             Lean Overview for Senior
Programme Title :
Executives/Managers                         Simon Cheng, SHRM




             Lean Overview for Senior
Programme Title :
Executives/Managers                         Simon Cheng, SHRM




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM014   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




                Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
                Briefing & Meeting Skills
Component Title :
(Elective) Class Title : BMS006             Halina Lam, COII (T&D)
             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                             Julie MA, M(WV&SD)


Programme Title : Lean Champions Training Class
      Lean Champion Training
Title :                                         Winnie Chan, HRO
Programme Title : DAMS Friendly Visit – Sharing
of Good Practices, Opportunities for
Improvement                                     Dr Anne Kwan, KEC CSD(Q&S)


Programme Title :Resilience to Crisis (For HA
Frontline Clinical Staff) Module A - Crisis
Response Model & Learned Optimism Class
Title : Resilience to Crisis (For HA Frontline
Clinical Staff) Module A - FA2                   Ms Vivian Fok, EA


Programme Title : Lean Champions Training Class
Title :   Lean Champion Training                Winnie Chan, HRO


Programme Title :   AHA - BLS Provider Course    Ms Canne Yu, NO
             Essence of 7 Habits
Programme Title :
(七個習慣精要班) for Frontline Professional &
Supporting Supervisors                 Halina Lam, CO II




Programme Title :Management 101 Program
Component Title :The Essence of 7 Habits
(Core) Class Title : E7H006                     Halina Lam, CO II




             Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
             Proactive Leaders in the New
Component Title :
Millennium (Core) Class Title : PRO007          Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




             Basic histopathology training
Programme Title :
program for AMT - module 1 (Cytology)           Susan MA, Training Officer (Allied Health)




                Basic histopathology training
Programme Title :
program for AMT - module 2 (General &
special stains)                                 Susan Ma, Training Officer (Allied Health)

Programme Title :   A New Methodology of Air
Disinfection                                    Mr. Tsui Hon Kwong, MT
Programme Title :   Blood culture               miranda yau, MT




Programme Title : NTWC Lean Journey Component
Title :   Lean Management Training (Level Two) Monica CHENG, AHRM(A3)




                Smart Lift Policy: Safe MHO
Programme Title :
skill and proper use of handling aids for
patient handling (for Trainer) Class Title : Smart
Lift Policy: Safe Manual Handling Operations
(MHO) skill and proper use of handling aids
for p                                              Linda LAI, M(MH0)

            Application of Chromsystems
Programme Title :
Newborn Screening Kit to LCMS System            Mr. Michael Lee, Scientific Officer (Medical)

            Application of Chromsystems
Programme Title :
Newborn Screening Kit to LCMS System.           Mr. Michael Lee, Scientific Officer (M)
Programme Title : NTWC Lean Journey Component
Title :   Lean Management Training (Level One) Monica CHENG, AHRM(A3), NTWC

               Using SPSS/PASW for
Programme Title :
Statistical Analyses at Intermediate Level -
Module A                                              Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)




             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                                  Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




Programme Title :   Clinical Skills Training Centre
Component Title :   Trauma Nursing Course 2010
Class Title : Initial Assessment in Trauma            Ms. Kathy KO, AHRM(HR), NTWC
              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV014                 Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV015                 Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)

              Drug Treatment and
Programme Title :
Administration – from dosage form to drug of
choice                                       Jocelyn Au, SOT


Programme Title :   Quality & Safety Forum
Component Title :   To be confirmed                Dr Peter Chee, AC/Deputy CSD(Q&RM)




                Education session on Advance
Programme Title :
Directive( for NTEC) Class Title : Education
session on Advance Directive                 Ms Michelle Leung, EA (PS&RM)

Programme Title :    Crisis Communication Skills
Class Title :   Crisis Communication Skills I-SS   Ms Vivian Fok, EA


Programme Title : Lean Champions Training Class
      Lean Champion Training
Title :                                         Winnie Chan, HRO
Programme Title : Sample Accessioning of Dried
Blood Spot Metabolic Screening                  Anna Sum, Senior Medical Technologist
Programme Title :   Clinical Skills Training Centre
Component Title :   Trauma Nursing Course 2010
Class Title : Difficult Airway Management in
Trauma Patient                                        Ms. Kathy KO, AHRM(HR),NTWC


Programme Title :   Leadership Greatness Program Ms Kina CHENG, HRM(T&D)


Programme Title : Lean Champions Training Class
Title :   Lean Champion Training                Winnie Chan, HRO




Programme Title : Education session on Advance
Directive ( For KCC) Class Title : Education
session on Advance Directive                    Michelle Leung, EA (PS&RM)
Programme Title : Emergence of a new antibiotic
resistance orgamism NDM-1                       Miranda Yau, MT




Programme Title :   Caring Workshop                   Clair Lau, CIII

Programme Title :   Minor thing; Big Problem          Mr. TS Kwan, DM




             Leadership Pipeline Class Title :
Programme Title :
Leadership Pipeline - Module IV                       Katherine Shiu, SM(Corp HR)
             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                             Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




Programme Title :Management 101 Program
Component Title :Write to the Point (Elective)
Class Title : ENG004                             Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




Programme Title : Management 101 Program
Component Title : Giving Feedback & SDR
(Core) Class Title : FEE006                      Halina Lam, CO II
             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                                Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




Programme Title : Clinical Skills Training Centre
Component Title : Trauma Nursing Course 2010
Class Title : Nursing Management of Trauma
Patient in O&T Ward                                 Ms. Kathy KO, AHRM(HR), NTWC




Programme Title : Suicide Prevention in Hospital:
Sharing on Experiences and Use of Suicide           Dr Anne Kwan, UCH COS(Ana,PM&OS),
Checklist & Observation Record                      KEC CSD(Q&S)
Programme Title : Basic e-Hospital Care Training
Class Title : Basic e-Hospital Care Training
(EndoscipyTeam, Dept of Surgery,                    MS WINNIE LEUNG, HRM(T&OD), HRSC,
QMH)(Roadshow)                                      HKWC
             Basic e-Hospital Care Training
Programme Title :
         Basic e-Hospital Care Training
Class Title :
(EndoscipyTeam, Dept of Surgery,            MS WINNIE LEUNG, HRM(T&0D), HRSC,
QMH)(Roadshow)                              HKWC




           Sharing Session on Hospital
Programme Title :                           Ms Winnie Leung, HRM (T&OD), HRSC,
Management Asia Conference 2010             HKWC




Programme Title :   Leaders As Coaches      Beverley Ng, M(Corp HR)




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM015   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




                Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
                Briefing & Meeting Skills
Component Title :
(Elective) Class Title : BMS007             Halina Lam, CO II
             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                         Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




Programme Title : Molecular Diagnostic Service
in Chemical Pathology Laboratory, QEH – An
Update                                         Ms. Doris Ng, SMT
Programme Title : CISM: Individual Crisis
Intervention and Peer Support                  Ms Vivian Fok, EA




Programme Title :   Leaders As Coaches       Beverley Ng, M(Corp HR)




             Toxicology Reference
Programme Title :
Laboratory Monthly Case Meeting              Suzanne Chan, MT




               Searching for Best Clinical
Programme Title :
Evidence on eKG -Introductory Course
(WTSH & KWH) Class Title : Searching for Best
Clinical Evidence on eKG - Introductory
Course                                        Ms. Joyce TONG, HM(LS)
              Searching for Best Clinical
Programme Title :
Evidence on eKG -Advanced Course (WTSH
& KWH) Class Title : Searching for Best Clinical
Evidence on eKG - Advanced Course                Ms. Joyce TONG, HM(LS)




               Education session on Advance
Programme Title :
Directive ( For HKWC)                       Michelle Leung, EA (PS&RM)




Programme Title :Clinical Skills Training Centre
Component Title :Trauma Nursing Course 2010
Class Title : Hemodynamic Monitoring in Critical
Trauma Patient                                   Ms Kathy KO, AHRM(HR), NTWC
             Project Management Component
Programme Title :
    Project Management Workshop for
Title :
Middle Leaders                            Ms Kina Cheng, HRM(T&D)




                Smart Lift Policy: Safe MHO
Programme Title :
skill and proper use of handling aids for
patient handling (for Trainer) Class Title : Smart
Lift Policy: Safe Manual Handling Operations
(MHO) skill and proper use of handling aids
for p                                              Linda LAI, M(MHO)
               Searching for Best Clinical
Programme Title :
Evidence on eKG -Introductory Course
(WTSH & KWH) Class Title : Searching for Best
Clinical Evidence on eKG - Introductory
Course                                        Ms. Joyce TONG, HM(LS)




Programme Title : Searching for Best Clinical
Evidence on eKG -Advanced Course (WTSH
& KWH) Class Title : Searching for Best Clinical
Evidence on eKG - Advanced Course                  Ms. Joyce TONG, HM(LS)
Programme Title : Basic e-Hospital Care Training
Class Title : Basic e-Hospital Care Training
(Dept of Pathology & Clinical Biochemistry,        MS WINNIE LEUNG, HRM(T&0D), HRSC,
QMH)(Roadshow)                                     HKWC
Programme Title : Resilience to Crisis (Fro HA
Managerial Staff) Module A - Crisis
Response Model & Learned Optimism
Component Title : Resilience to Crisis (For HA
Managerial Staff) Module A - Crisis
Response Model & Learned Optimism Class
Title : Resilience to Crisis (Fro HA Managerial
Staff) Module A - Class-MA1                        Ms Vivian fok, EA
             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                       Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                       Julie MA, M(MV&SD)




               Searching for Best Clinical
Programme Title :
Evidence on eKG -Introductory Course
(WTSH & KWH) Class Title : Searching for Best
Clinical Evidence on eKG - Introductory
Course                                        Ms. Joyce TONG, HM(LS)
              Searching for Best Clinical
Programme Title :
Evidence on eKG -Advanced Course (WTSH
& KWH) Class Title : Searching for Best Clinical
Evidence on eKG - Advanced Course                Ms. Joyce TONG, HL(LS)

Programme Title :   The Story of a Haunted House Mr. TS Kwan, DM

             Health Talk for HKEC Staff on
Programme Title :
Upper Limb Care Component Title : HT Health     Ms LI, Yim Fong Ragana Ann, SS&HO /
Talk for HKEC Staff on Upper Limb Care          HKEC M(OM)




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV016              Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV017              Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)

               Basic chemical pathology
Programme Title :
traininig program for AMT - module 1
(Advanced instrumentation I) Class Title : Basic
chemical pathology traininig program for
AMT - module 1 (Advanced instrument I)           Susan MA, Training Officer (Allied Health)




               Basic chemical pathology
Programme Title :
training program for AMT - module 2
(Advanced instrumentation II)                   Susan MA, Training Officer (Allied Health)

Programme Title :   Syphilis Part II            Mr. Tsui Hon Kwong, MT

Programme Title :   Human Relations at
Worksplace                                      Clair Lau, CIII
Programme Title :   Leaders As Coaches       Beverley Ng, M(Corp HR)

             People Management Training
Programme Title :
Programme Series 2010/2011 Component Title :
EOC People Management Training
Programme Series 2010/2011, HKEC -
Seminar on "Anti-discrimination LAws of
Hong Kong" Class Title : EOC People
Management Training Programme 2010/11 -
Seminar on Anti-discrimination Laws of Hong Ms Cynthia LAM, Equal Opportunities
Kong                                         Commission




               Education session on Advance
Programme Title :
Directive (For KWC) Class Title : Education
session on Advance Directive                Michelle Leung, EA(PS&RM)




Programme Title : Clinical Skills Training Centre
Component Title : Trauma Nursing Course 2010
Class Title : Chest Trauma                        Ms,. Kathy KO, AHRM(HR), NTWC
Programme Title : New generation from MRSA to
VISA & VRSA                                       Miranda Yau, MT
Programme Title : OSH Forum 2010 Series:
Laboratory Safety Class Title : OSH Forum:
Laboratory Safety                                 CHEUNG Hung Ha, Safety Coordinator
              Anti-Discrimination Seminar
Programme Title :
              Introduction to Anti-
Component Title :
Discrimination Laws of Hong Kong                 Halina Lam, CO II


Programme Title :   QAP Slides Review            Mr. Benny Lit, MT
                                                 Ms CHEUNG Yuk Yin Angela, NO, NSD,
                                                 UCH, RN, BN, PGdNE, Master
Programme Title :   5S Training                  Ed(Management)




Programme Title : Management 101 Program
Component Title : Proactive Leaders in the New
Millennium (Core) Class Title : PRO008           Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




                Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
                Winning Presentation
Component Title :
(Elective) Class Title : WIN005                  Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO
                                                 Ms CHEUNG Yuk Yin Angela, NO, NSD,
                                                 UCH, RN, BN, PGdNE, Master
Programme Title :   5S Training                  Ed(Management)




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM016        Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO
              Competency-based
Programme Title :
Interviewing Skills Component Title : Competency-
based Interviewing Skills Seminar Class Title :
Getting Right People - Competency Based
Interviewing Skills Helping You (Seminar)         Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO

Programme Title : People Management Training
Programme Series 2010/2011 Component Title :
EOC People Management Training
Programme Series 2010/2011, HKEC -
Seminar on Anti Discrimination Laws of Hong
Kong Class Title : EOC People Management
Training Programme Series 2010/11-                  Ms Cynthia LAM, Equal Oppuntunities
Seminar on Anti-discrimination Laws of HK           Commission
Programme Title : 31st Inter-department
Toxicology Meeting of the HKW Cluster Class
Title : 31st Inter-department Toxicology            Dr. Matthew Tsui, Consultant, A&E, QMH
Programme Title : Cobas 8000 Modular Analyzer
Series - Optimizing Your total Automation
Solution.                                           Anna Sum, Senior Medical Technologist




Programme Title : Clinical Skills Training Centre
Component Title : Trauma Nursing Course 2010
Class Title : Nursing Care of Patient with Head
Trauma                                              Ms. Kathy KO, AHRM(HR), NTWC
Programme Title :   Creativity and Lateral Thinking
Component Title :   Thinkertoys - Creative Thinking
Workshop                                              Mr Patrick NG, HRM(T&D), HAHO




               Leaders As Coaches
Programme Title :                                     Beverley Ng, M(Corp HR)
               New Immunostaining / In-situ
Programme Title :
Hybridization System - Superior Workflow
Efficiency                                            K Y Chiu, DM
                                                      Ms CHEUNG Yuk Yin Angela, NO, NSD,
                                                      UCH, RN, BN, PGdNE, Master
Programme Title : 5S Training                         Ed(Management)
Programme Title : Capillary Electrophoresis –
Latest Technology for Haemoglobinopathy               Mr. Benny Lit, MT
Programme Title : Clinical Toxicology Workshop
Sept 2010                                             Mr Chung Ho Sun, Manager




             Basic haematology training
Programme Title :
program for AMT - module 2 (Coagulation)              Susan MA, Training Officer (Allied Health)
             Basic haematology training
Programme Title :
program for AMT - module 1 (Blood film
examination)                                       Susan MA`, Training Officer (Allied Health)




Programme Title :   Influencer Training Workshop   Winnie Chan, HRO




             Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
             Finance for Non-finance
Component Title :
Managers (Elective) Class Title : FIN004           Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




             Essence of 7 Habits
Programme Title :
(七個習慣精要班) for Frontline Professional &
Supporting Supervisors                 Halina Lam, CO II
                Resilience to Crisis (For HA
Programme Title :
Frontline Clinical Staff) Module B -
Connectedness & Hope Class Title : Resilience
to Crisis (For HA Frontline Clinical Staff)
Module B - FB2                                    Ms Vivian fok, EA

Programme Title : Report on "14th International
Congress of Immunology" Class Title : Report on Mr. Albert TSAI, SMT
Programme Title : The ABC of High Sensitive
Troponin Tests                                  Mr TS Kwan, DM




              7 Habits For Highly Effective
Programme Title :
People Component Title : The 7 Habits of Highly
Effective People                                  Halina Lam, CO II




Programme Title :   Lean Facilitators Training    Winnie Chan, HRO
                Smart Lift Policy: Safe MHO
Programme Title :
skill and proper use of handling aids for
patient handling (for Trainer) Class Title : Smart
Lift Policy: Safe Manual Handling Operations
(MHO) skill and proper use of handling aids
for p                                              Linda LAI, M(MH0)




Programme Title :   TRL Monthly Case Meeting    Ms. Suzanne Chan, MT




               Resilience to Crisis (For HA
Programme Title :
Managerial Staff) Module B - Connectedness
& Hope Class Title : Resilience to Crisis (For HA
Managerial Staff) Module B - MB1                  Ms Vivian Fok, EA
             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                   Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                   Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
               Education session on Advance
Programme Title :
Directive ( For KEC)                        Michelle leung, EA (PS&RM)




Programme Title :Management 101 Program
Component Title :The Essence of 7 Habits
(Core) Class Title : E7H007                      Halina Lam, CO II




Programme Title :Management 101 Program
Component Title :Giving Feedback & SDR
(Core) Class Title : FEE007                      Halina Lam, CO II




Programme Title :   Lean Facilitators Training   Winnie Chan, HRO
Programme Title :   CAP 認證攻略篇:溫故知新               Mr TS Kwan, DM

             MRSA Screening: GeneHom
Programme Title :
PCR vs Baclite                                   Mr. Tsui Hon Kwong, MT
Programme Title :   中醫藥基礎課程                     陳美琴女士, 東華醫院外科部教育及培訓經理


              Review on Microbiology
Programme Title :
External Quality Assurance Program Result       Dr. K.C. Wong, Scientific Officer




             Think On Your Feet Class Title :
Programme Title :
Think On Your Feet - For Speedy & Smart
Responses                                       Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




Programme Title : Pressure Ulcer Prevention &
Management Committee (PUPMC) Component
Title : Certificate Course in Pressure Ulcer
Prevention & Management (Level 2)               Ms. Ceci WAN, AHRM(HR), NTWC
              OSH Forum 2010 Series: Safe
Programme Title :
Use of Display Screen Equipment           CHEUNG Hung Ha, Safety Coordinator




Programme Title :   Creativity and Lateral Thinking
Component Title :   Thinkertoys - Creative Thinking
Workshop                                              Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




               Education session on Advance
Programme Title :
Directives (For HKEC) Class Title : Education
session on Advance Directives                 Michelle Leung, EA (PS & RM)
Programme Title : Clinical Skills Training Centre
Component Title : Domestic Violence Symposium
Class Title : Death Risk in Domestic Violence     Ms. Kathy KO, AHRM(HR), NTWC




Programme Title : Clinical Infection & Public
Health Forum Component Title : 38th Clinical
Infection & Public Health Forum                   Dr K W Choi, AC
Programme Title : Laboratory safety update (Fire,
Biological & Chemical issue)                      Miranda Yau, MT
Programme Title : A 2-month-old Baby with Rapid
Deterioration and Death                           Ms Anna SUM, Senior Medical Technologist
                Introduction of UPLC/MS/MS
Programme Title :
and its clinical applications                      Ms. Doris Ng, SMT




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV019                 Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV018                 Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




             Essence of 7 Habits
Programme Title :
(七個習慣精要班) for Frontline Professional &
Supporting Supervisors                 Halina Lam, CO II




Programme Title :   Influencer Training Workshop   Winnie Chan, HRO

Programme Title :  Crisis Communication Skills
Class Title : Crisis Communication Skills I-C      Ms Vivian Fok, EA
             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                       Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




               Education session on Advance
Programme Title :
Directive (For NTWC) Class Title : Education
session on Advance Directive-NTWC            Michelle Leung, EA( PS&Rm)


           Laboratory Safety and
Programme Title :
Document Control system                    Mr. Lam Keung Sang, SO(M)




Programme Title : NTWC Lean Journey Component
      Lean Management Training (Level One) Monica CHENG, AHRM(A3), NTWC
Title :
Programme Title : CAP
認證攻略篇:實驗安全及化學品衛生計劃                            Mr TS Kwan, DM
Programme Title : Workplace Violence
Programme Module 1, 2, 3 , 4 ,5 & 6
Component Title : Module 6 - Body-Mind-Spirit
Intervention Commissioned Training for
Conflict Resolution & Wellness Enhancement Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




Programme Title : Workplace Violence
Programme Module 1, 2, 3 , 4 ,5 & 6
Component Title : Module 6 - Body-Mind-Spirit
Intervention Commissioned Training for
Conflict Resolution & Wellness Enhancement Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM017       Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM018       Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO


               1. SOP update for Blood
Programme Title :
culture, CSF and antimicrobial Susceptibility
testing. 2. Equipment Maintenance               Mr. Johnson LAM, SO(M)

Programme Title : 1. Safety Aspects in
ANatomical Pathology 2. Calibration updates Mr. Peter KO, MT
Programme Title : CAP
認證攻略篇:文件管制及管理                               Mr TS Kwan, DM
             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                             Julie MA, M(WV&SD)

             Report on "14th International
Programme Title :
Congress of Immunology" - Part II                Mr. Albert TSAI, SMT

            Briefing on quality
Programme Title :
management system for NATA re-
assessment 2010                                  Mr. H K IP, SMT




             Leadership Pipeline Class Title :
Programme Title :
Leadership Pipeline - Module V                   Katherine Shiu, SM(Corp HR)




Programme Title :   Lean Facilitators Training   Winnie Chan, HRO
Programme Title : Hong Kong East Cluster Core
Management Programme (HKEC CMP)
Component Title : HKEC Core Management
Programme (HKEC CMP) 2010/2011                   Ms Jenny TAI, HRM(ST&D) / HKEC

             Sentinel Events - sharing by Dr Dr Anne Kwan, UCH COS(Dept of
Programme Title :
Kwan and colleagues                          Ana,PM&OS)/ KEC CSD(Q&S)


Programme Title : Resilience to Crisis (For HA
Frontline Clinical Staff) Module A - Crisis
Response Model & Learned Optimism Class
Title : Resilience to Crisis (For HA Frontline
Clinical Staff) Module A - FA3                   Ms Vivian Fok, EA
Programme Title : Laboratory Accreditation (4)   Mr TS Kwan, DM




               Interpersonal Skills at Work
Programme Title :
          Interpersonal Skills at Work - From
Class Title :
Listening to Influencing                         Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO
             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                   Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                   Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM019     Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




                Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
                Briefing & Meeting Skills
Component Title :
(Elective) Class Title : BMS008               Halina Lam, CO II

              Crisis Communication Skills
Programme Title :
         Crisis Communication Skills
Class Title :
(Refresher Course) CCS-IIB Practicum          Ms Vivian Fok, EA




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV020Cancelled   Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV021Cancelled   Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)
               Smart Lift Policy: Safe MHO
Programme Title :
skill and proper use of handling aids for
patient handling (for Trainer)               Linda LAI, M(MH0)




             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                         Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
Programme Title :   Advanced Writing Workshop    Winnie Chan, HRO




             Genetics and Genomics -
Programme Title :
Global and Local                                 Dr K F Wong, COS(Path)




Programme Title :   Lean Facilitators Training   Winnie Chan, HRO
             Commissioned Training
Programme Title :
Program 2010-11 (MLT) - Advances in
Molecular Diagnosis Class Title : Day 1 am       Ms. Susan Ma, TO(AH)




Programme Title : Commissioned Training
Program 2010-11 (MLT) - Advances in
Molecular Diagnosis Class Title : Day 1 pm       Susan Ma, TO(AH)
Programme Title : Laboratory Accreditation (5)   Mr TS Kwan, DM




Programme Title : Workplace Violence
Programme Module 1, 2, 3 , 4 ,5 & 6
Component Title : Module 6 - Body-Mind-Spirit
Intervention Commissioned Training for
Conflict Resolution & Wellness Enhancement Julie MA, M(WV&SD)


               CISM: Basic Group Crisis
Programme Title :
Intervention Class Title : CISM: Group Crisis
Intervention                                     Ms Vivian Fok, EA




             Commissioned Training
Programme Title :
Program 2010-11 (MLT) - Advances in
Molecular Diagnosis Class Title : Day 2 am       Susan Ma, TO(AH)
             Commissioned Training
Programme Title :
Program 2010-11 (MLT) - Advances in
Molecular Diagnosis Class Title : Day 2 pm   Susan Ma, TO(AH)




Programme Title : Workplace Violence
Programme Module 1, 2, 3 , 4 ,5 & 6
Component Title : Module 6 - Body-Mind-Spirit
Intervention Commissioned Training for
Conflict Resolution & Wellness Enhancement Julie MA, M(WV&SD)


         PMH 35TH ANNIVERSARY
Programme Title :
COMMEMORATIVE SCIENTIFIC
CONFERENCE                                   N S Mok, Consultant




             Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
             Proactive Leaders in the New
Component Title :
Millennium (Core) Class Title : PRO009       Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)
                Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
                Winning Presentation
Component Title :
(Elective) Class Title : WIN006               Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO

               Health Research Methods &
Programme Title :
Biostatistics 2010                            Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)

               Health Research Methods &
Programme Title :                             Mr. Raymond Tsang, Training Officer (Allied
Biostatistics 2010                            Health), HAHO




Programme Title :Safe Hospital Seminar        Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
Programme Title :32nd Inter-department
Toxicology Meeting of the HKW Cluster Class
Title : 32nd Inter-department Toxicology
Meeting of the HKW C Cluster                  Dr. Matthew Tsui, Consultant, A&E, QMH




             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                          Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
Programme Title :   Infection Control Forum          Dr Vivien Chuang, AC




                People Management Training
Programme Title :
Programme Series 2010/2011 Component Title :
AC People Management Training
Programme Series 2010/2011, HKEC -
Semianr on "Ethics in Practice" by ICAC Class
Title : AC People Management Training
Programme Series 2010/2011, HKEC -
Semianr on "Ethics in Practice" by            Ms Jenny TAI, HRM(ST&D) / HKEC




Programme Title : NTWC Lean Journey Component
Title :   Lean Management Training (Level Two) Monica CHENG, AHRM(A3)


Programme Title :   Quality & Safety Forum
Component Title :   tO BE CONFIRMED                  Dr Peter Chee, AC/Deputy CSD(Q&RM)




Programme Title :   Experience sharing of the 12th
APCCB                                                Ms Doris NG, SMT
              Using SPSS for Statistical
Programme Title :
Analyses at Introductory Level             Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)




             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                       Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




              Using SPSS for Statistical
Programme Title :
Analyses at Introductory Level             Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)




             Basic Professional Training
Programme Title :
Program for AMT - Microbiology Module 1    Ms. Susan Ma, Training Officer (Allied Health)
Programme Title : Workplace Violence
Programme Module 1, 2, 3 , 4 ,5 & 6
Component Title : Module 6 - Body-Mind-Spirit
Intervention Commissioned Training for
Conflict Resolution & Wellness Enhancement Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




             People Management Training
Programme Title :
Programme Series 2010/2011 Component Title :
DP People Management Training
Programme Series 2010/11 - "Patient Data
Privacy" Seminar Class Title : DP People
Management Training Programme Series
2010/2011 -                                    Ms Jenny TAI, HRM(ST&D) / HKEC
                Smart Lift Policy: Safe MHO
Programme Title :
skill and proper use of handling aids for
patient handling (for Trainer) Class Title : Smart
Lift Policy: Safe (MHO) skill and proper use
of handling aids for patient handling for
Trainer                                            Linda LAI, M(MH0)


           Infectious Disease Forum on
Programme Title :
AVIAN INFLUENZA H5N1                              Dr. K W Choi, AC

             People Management Training
Programme Title :
Programme Series 2010/2011 Component Title :
EC People Management Training
Programme Series 2010/2011, HKEC -
Seminar on "Understanding Employees'
Compensation Ordinance and Managing
Work Injury Cases Effectively" Class Title : EC
People Management Training Programme
Series 2010/2011, HKEC - Seminar on               Ms Jenny TAI, HRM(ST&D) / HKEC
Programme Title :   3rd Critical Care Respiratory
Course                                              Dr LAU Chun Wing, Associate Consultant




Programme Title : NTWC Lean Journey Component
Title :   Lean Management Training (Level One) Monica CHENG, AHRM(HR), NTWC
Programme Title : Enhanced Display Screen
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                               Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
Programme Title : CAP認證攻略篇 :
生物標本及放射物料的處理                                       Mr TS Kwan, DM




Programme Title : Basic Professional Training
Program for AMT - Microbiology Module 2            Ms. Susan Ma, Training Officer (Allied Health)
Programme Title : Rapid Bioidentification of
unknown pathogens in less than 8 hours             Hui Wai Ting, SMT
Programme Title : The ABC of High Sensitive
Troponin Test                                      Ms Anna Sum, Senior Medical Technologist
Programme Title : Study of the Serologic Markers
in Chinese Patients with Inflammatory Bowel
Disease                                            Mr. Albert TSAI, SMT




Programme Title :NTWC Quality Conference
2010 Class Title : Pre-conference Workshop-        NTWC Quality Conference 2010, Chairman
三小時的人生起伏                                           of Organizing Committee




Programme Title :NTWC Quality Conference
2010 Class Title : Pre-conference Workshop-        NTWC Quality Conference 2010, Chairman
走向幸福十小步                                            of Organizing Committee
Programme Title :NTWC Quality Conference
2010 Class Title : Pre-conference Workshop-    NTWC Quality Conference 2010, Chairman
偷閒加油站                                          of Organizing Committee




Programme Title : NTWC Quality Conference
2010 Class Title : NTWC Quality Conference
2010 (Day 1)-Competition for the NTWC          NTWC Quality Conference 2010, Chairman
Best Quality Improvement Project               of Organizing Committee
Programme Title : Advances on the Principles
and Application of New Automatic Blood
Culture System                                 Dr K.C. Wong, Scientific Officer




              2nd Seminar on Clinical
Programme Title :                              Dr Kenny CHAN King Chung, Associate
Information System in Intensive Care           Consultant




Programme Title :NTWC Quality Conference
2010 Class Title : NTWC Quality Conference     NTWC Quality Conference 2010, Chairman
2010 (Day 2)                                   of Organizing Committee
            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM020    Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




               Competency-based
Programme Title :
Interviewing Skills Component Title : Competency-
based Interviewing Skills Seminar Class Title :
Getting right people: Competency-based
Interviewing Skills helping You                   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers                         Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM021   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




             Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
             Finance for Non-finance
Component Title :
Managers (Elective) Class Title : FIN005    Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




             Project Management Component
Programme Title :
    Project Management Workshop for
Title :
Senior Leaders Class Title : Project
Management Workshop                       Winnie Chan, HRO
Programme Title :Management 101 Program
Component Title :Write to the Point (Elective)
Class Title : ENG005                             Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




             Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
             Proactive Leaders in the New
Component Title :
Millennium (Core) Class Title : PRO010           Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)

              Crisis Communication Skills
Programme Title :
         Crisis Communication Skills
Class Title :
(Refresher Course) CCS-IIA Practicum             Ms Vivian Fok, EA

            Risk Seminar: Sharing on CQI
Programme Title :                                Dr Anne Kwan,, KEC Cluster Service
Programs (Medical Stream)                        Director(Q&S)




Programme Title :   Effective Meeting Skills
Workshop                                         Winnie Chan, HRO


               Pre-incident Training
Programme Title :
2010/2011 - Resilience to Crisis Class Title :
Pre-incident Training 2010/2011 - Resilience
to Crisis : Module A : Learned Optimism &
Gratitude                                        Ms Dune Leung, HRM(SR&W), HKWC
              Pre-incident Training
Programme Title :
2010/2011 - Resilience to Crisis Class Title :
Pre-incident Training 2010/2011 - Module B : Ms Dune Leung, HRM(SR&W), HRSC,
Hope & mind body health                        HKWC




                People Management Training
Programme Title :
Programme Series 2010/2011 Component Title :
AC People Management Training
Programme Series 2010/2011, HKEC -
Semianr on "Ethics in Practice" by ICAC Class
Title : AC People Management Training
Programme Series 2010/2011, HKEC -
Semianr on "Ethics in Practice" by            Ms Jenny TAI, HRM(ST&D) / HKEC




Programme Title : Seminar on Positive
Psychology and sharing session - To be a      Ms Dune Leung, HRM(SR&W), HRSC,
happier staff                                 HKWC
Programme Title : Update on CRE               Ms Miranda Yau, MT


              Modernization of Pathology to
Programme Title :
Meet the Future Challenges (III): Quality
Pathology Service – New Paradigms in
Healthcare Economics Component Title :
Modernization of Pathology to Meet the
Future Challenges (III): Quality Pathology
Service – New Paradigms in Healthcare
Economi Class Title : Class 1                 Ms Judy Lai, SO(Path)
              Modernization of Pathology to
Programme Title :
Meet the Future Challenges (III): Quality
Pathology Service – New Paradigms in
Healthcare Economics Component Title :
Modernization of Pathology to Meet the
Future Challenges (III): Quality Pathology
Service – New Paradigms in Healthcare
Economi Class Title : Class 2                     Ms Judy Lai, SO(Path)




Programme Title : Workplace Violence
Programme Module 1, 2, 3 , 4 ,5 & 6
Component Title : Module 6 - Body-Mind-Spirit
Intervention Commissioned Training for
Conflict Resolution & Wellness Enhancement Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




Programme Title :   KCC Staff Safety Convention
2010                                              Mr. Harry LEUNG, SNM(PD), QEH




Programme Title : Management 101 Program
Component Title : Developing & Recognizing
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV022                Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)
              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV023             Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)

              Modernization of Pathology to
Programme Title :
Meet the Future Challenges (III): Quality
Pathology Service – New Paradigms in
Healthcare Economics Component Title :
Modernization of Pathology to Meet the
Future Challenges (III): Quality Pathology
Service – New Paradigms in Healthcare
Economi Class Title : Class 3                  Ms Judy Lai, SO(Path)




Programme Title : Workplace Violence
Programme Module 1, 2, 3 , 4 ,5 & 6
Component Title : Module 6 - Body-Mind-Spirit
Intervention Commissioned Training for
Conflict Resolution & Wellness Enhancement Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




              People Management Training
Programme Title :
Programme Series 2010/2011 Component Title :
DP People Management Training
Programme Series 2010/11 - "Patient Data
Privacy" Seminar Class Title : DP People
Management Training Programme
2010/2011 - "Patient Data Privacy" Seminar     Ms Jenny TAI, HRM(ST&D)/ HKEC
               Interpersonal Skills at Work
Programme Title :
          Interpersonal Skills at Work - From
Class Title :
Listening to Influencing                        Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




                Smart Lift Policy: Safe MHO
Programme Title :
skill and proper use of handling aids for
patient handling (for Trainer) Class Title : Smart
Lift Policy: Safe Manual Handling Operations
(MHO) skill and proper use of handling aids
for p                                              Linda LAI, M(MHO)
             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers Class Title : Enhanced
Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Training for
DSE Assessors & Trainers - KWC              Julie MA, M(WV&SD), M(WV&SD)

Programme Title : Commissioned Training
Program (Palliative Care in 8-10 December
2010) Class Title : Advance Care Planning         Dr K S LAU / Stephanie Tan, SMO / EOII
Programme Title : Resilience to Crisis (Fro HA
Managerial Staff) Module A - Crisis
Response Model & Learned Optimism
Component Title : Resilience to Crisis (For HA
Managerial Staff) Module A - Crisis
Response Model & Learned Optimism Class
Title : Resilience to Crisis (Fro HA Managerial
Staff) Module A - MA2                             Ms Vivian Fok, EA
Programme Title : A New Mechanism for Stone
Formation                                         Mr. TS Kwan, DM




Programme Title : NTWC Lean Journey Component
Title :   Lean Management Training (Level One) Monica CHENG, AHRM(A3), NTWC
             Adapting Lean Management &
Programme Title :
Six Sigma Techniques in Clinical Laboratory Ms. Doris Ng, SMT




               Creativity and Lateral Thinking
Programme Title :
               Creative Thinking Seminar -
Component Title :
Thinkertoys Class Title : Thinkertoys - Boosting
Your Creativity                                  Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




            Special Mental Health
Programme Title :
Promotion Workshop                             Ms LI Yim Fong, Ragana Ann, SS&HO




              Clinical Infection & Public
Programme Title :
Health Forum Component Title : 39th Clinical
Infection & Public Health Forum                Dr K W CHOI, AC
            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM022       Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




                Smart Lift Policy: Safe MHO
Programme Title :
skill and proper use of handling aids for
patient handling (for Trainer) Class Title : Smart
Lift Policy: Safe (MHO) skill and proper use
of handling aids for patient handling for
Trainer                                            Linda LAI, M(MHO)
Programme Title : Enhanced Display Screen
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers Class Title : Enhanced
Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Training for
DSE Assessors & Trainers - KWC              Ms Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
Programme Title : OSH Forum 2010 Series -
Manual Handling Operations                  CHEUNG Hung Ha, RN

Programme Title : Sharing on National Forum on   Dr Anne Kwan, KEC Cluster Service
Safety and Quality in Health Care                Director(Quality & Safety)
Programme Title : Laboratory Diagnosis of
Spherocytosis                                    Ms Daisy Yeung, Medical Technologist




Programme Title :Management 101 Program
Component Title :The Essence of 7 Habits
(Core) Class Title : E7H008                      Halina Lam, CO II




Programme Title :Management 101 Program
Component Title :Giving Feedback & SDR
(Core) Class Title : FEE008                      Halina Lam, CO II

               Experience sharing on
Programme Title :
cytogenetics training in France                  Mr. Benny LIT, MT
            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM023      Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




                Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
                Briefing & Meeting Skills
Component Title :
(Elective) Class Title : BMS009                Halina Lam, CO II




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM025
(Cancelled)                                    Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM024      Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO

               Using SPSS/PASW for
Programme Title :
Statistical Analyses at Intermediate Level -
Module A                                       Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)
Programme Title : Workplace Violence
Programme Module 1, 2, 3 , 4 ,5 & 6
Component Title : Module 6 - Body-Mind-Spirit
Intervention Commissioned Training for
Conflict Resolution & Wellness Enhancement Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




Programme Title :   TRL Monthly Case Meeting        Chan Suk San, MT
Programme Title :   Sharing on Serious Incidents in Dr Anne Kwan, KEC Cluster Service
2010                                                Director(Q&S)




Programme Title : People Management Training
Programme Series 2010/2011 Component Title :
AC People Management Training
Programme Series 2010/2011, HKEC -
Semianr on "Understanding Anti-Bribery
Ordinance and Ethics in Practice"                 Ms Jenny TAI, HRM(ST&D) / HKEC
Programme Title : 33rd Inter-department
Toxicology Meeting of HKW Cluster                 Dr. Matthew Tsui, SMO
             Think On Your Feet Class Title :
Programme Title :
Think On Your Feet - For Speedy & Smart
Responses                                       Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO

               Using SPSS/PASW for
Programme Title :
Statistical Analyses at Intermediate Level -
Module A                                        Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)




Programme Title :   Advanced Writing Workshop   Winnie Chan, HRO




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM026       Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO
            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM027    Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV025           Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV024           Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




              Resilience to Crisis (for HA
Programme Title :
Frontline & Managerial Staff) Module A -
Learned Optimism & Gratitude                 Clair Lau, CIII
Programme Title : Workplace Violence
Programme Module 1, 2, 3 , 4 ,5 & 6
Component Title : Module 6 - Body-Mind-Spirit
Intervention Commissioned Training for
Conflict Resolution & Wellness Enhancement Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




            Getting Right People:
Programme Title :
Competency- Based Interviewing Skills
Helping You                                       Monica CHENG, AHRM(A3), NTWC




Programme Title : Management 101 Program
Component Title : Write to the Point (Elective)
Class Title : ENG006                              Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO
             Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
             Proactive Leaders in the New
Component Title :
Millennium (Core) Class Title : PRO011      Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




Programme Title : Workplace Violence
Programme Module 1, 2, 3 , 4 ,5 & 6
Component Title : Module 6 - Body-Mind-Spirit
Intervention Commissioned Training for
Conflict Resolution & Wellness Enhancement Julie MA, M(WV&SD)

             OSH Forum 2011 Series:
Programme Title :
Basic Concept on 5S Practice for new recruits Cheung Hung Ha, RN / Safety Coordinator




            HKEC Advance Management
Programme Title :
Programme Component Title : Strategic Thinking Ms Jenny TAI, HRM(ST&D)/HKEC
             Kowloon East Cluster Quality
Programme Title :                           Dr Anne Kwan, KEC Cluster Service
Conference 2011                             Director(Q&S)




Programme Title : HKEC "Make It Happen" Work
Initiatives Series 2010-11 Class Title : HKEC
"Make It Happen" Work Initiatives Series
2010-11 "How to Confront Crisis"              Jenny TAI, HRM (ST&D)
Programme Title : Real time PCR technology in
Disease monitoring                            MS Miranda Yau, Dep DM




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM028   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




                Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
                Briefing & Meeting Skills
Component Title :
(Elective) Class Title : BMS010             Halina Lam, CO II (T&D)
               Smart Lift Policy: Safe MHO
Programme Title :
skill and proper use of handling aids for
patient handling (for Trainer)                  Linda LAI, M(MHO)


                Resilience to Crisis (For HA
Programme Title :
Frontline Clinical Staff) Module B -
Connectedness & Hope Class Title : Resilience
to Crisis (For HA Frontline Clinical Staff)
Module B - FB3                                  Ms Vivian Fok, EA




              Resilience to Crisis (for HA
Programme Title :
Frontline & Managerial Staff) Module B -
Hope & Mind Body Health                         Clair Lau, CIII

              An Unusual Non-Haematology
Programme Title :
Trip with Haematology Relevance          Mr. Y.L. TSIM, Senior Medical Technologist




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV027              Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)
              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV026                 Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




Programme Title :   Influencer Training Workshop   Winnie Chan, HRO




              HKEC Advance Management
Programme Title :
Programme Component Title : Leading Change
and Innovation                                     Ms Jenny TAI, HRM(ST&D)/HKEC




               Creativity and Lateral Thinking
Programme Title :
               Creative Thinking Seminar -
Component Title :
Thinkertoys Class Title : Thinkertoys - Boosting
Your Creativity                                  Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&E), HAHO
Programme Title : Topical Seminars for Aspiring
Leaders Component Title : Crisis Communication
from a Practitioner's Perspective by Ms
Susanna Lau Class Title : Crisis
Communication from a Practitioner's
Perspective                                     Halina Lam, CO II (T&D)
Programme Title : The Good and Bad of V-Twin
Analyzer Application                            Ms Anna Sum, Senior Medical Technologist

               Allied Health Conference 2011
Programme Title :
cum 1st Graduation Ceremony of "Training &
Development Program for Newly Recruited
Allied Health Professionals" Component Title :
Allied Health Conference 2011 cum 1st
Graduation Ceremony of "Training &
Development Program for Newly Recruited
Allied Health Class Title : Day 1              Ms Angela TONG, Conference Secretariat

Programme Title : Allied Health Conference 2011
cum 1st Graduation Ceremony of "Training &
Development Program for Newly Recruited
Allied Health Professionals" Component Title :
Allied Health Conference 2011 cum 1st
Graduation Ceremony of "Training &
Development Program for Newly Recruited
Allied Health Class Title : Day 2               Ms Angela TONG, Conference Secretariat
Programme Title : Mitochondrial Disorder: An
overview                                        Mr. TS Kwan, DM




Programme Title : Medico-legal Workshops Class
     Medico-legal seminar - Where are the
Title :
traps': Pitfalls in medical records and          Ms Winnie Leung, HRM(T&OD), HRSC,
patients' data handling                          HKWC




Programme Title :   Infection Control Forum      Dr K W CHOI, AC
               Allied Health Conference 2011
Programme Title :
- Post-conference Discussion on Allied
Health Quality                               Thomas LEUNG, TO(AH)




               Hospital Accreditation Sharing
Programme Title :
Session Class Title : Hospital Accreditatoin
Sharing Session                                 Susan Ma, Training Officer (Allied Health)


             Blood Bank Procedures on
Programme Title :
Massive Transfusion Protocol                    Ms Daisy YEUNG, Medical Technologist




             Medico-legal Workshops Class
Programme Title :
    Medico-legal seminar - "Say YES, say
Title :
NO, say SORRY?"-Informed Consent,               Ms Winnie Leung, HRM(T&OD), HRSC,
DAMA, DNR and Open Disclosure                   HKWC




                NTWC Lean Journey Component
Programme Title :
Title : Lean Management Training (Level Two) Monica CHENG, AMRM(A3), NTWC




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM029       Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO
              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV029            Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV028            Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




Programme Title :   Impressive Presentation   Mr Simon Cheng, SHRM(T&D), HAHO




            HKEC Advance Management
Programme Title :
Programme Component Title : Crisis
Management                                    Ms Jenny TAI, HRM(ST&D), HRD/HKEC

               Diasorin Liaison System - An
Programme Title :
Introduction and Overview                     Ms Anna SUM, Senior Medical Technologist

              HO OSH Conference cum
Programme Title :
Promotion of Trust & Harmony Policy Signing
Ceremony Class Title : Technial Workshop III -
Respiratory Protection & Quantitative Fit Test Julie MA, M(WV&SD)

Programme Title : HO OSH Conference cum
Promotion of Trust & Harmony Policy Signing
Ceremony Class Title : Technical Workshop IV -
Air Conditionaing Systems in Hospitals         Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
Programme Title : HO OSH Conference cum
Promotion of Trust & Harmony Policy Signing
Ceremony Class Title : Technical Workshop I -
Update on Radiation Safety                     Julie MA, M(MV & SD)
Programme Title : Urinary Tract Infection      Ms Miranda Yau, MT
Programme Title : Resilience to Crisis (For HA
Managerial Staff) Module B - Connectedness
& Hope Class Title : Resilience to Crisis (For HA
Managerial Staff) Module B - MB2                  Ms Vivian Fok, EA
Programme Title : HO OSH Conference cum
Promotion of Trust & Harmony Policy Signing
Ceremony                                          Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




Programme Title : KEC OSH Training on Safety
Management System                             Wong Wai Man, Waymond, TSA
Programme Title : HO OSH Conference cum
Promotion of Trust & Harmony Policy Signing
Ceremony                                      Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
Programme Title : The latest beta-thalassemia
analyzer - TOSOH HLC-723G8                    Crist Ho, SMT




Programme Title :   Evidence-based Research
2011                                          Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)




Programme Title :   Evidence-based Research
2011                                          Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)
              Clinical Infection & Public
Programme Title :
Health Forum Component Title : 40th Clinical
Infection & Public Health Forum                   Dr KW Choi, AC




                HKEC "Make It Happen" Work
Programme Title :
Initiatives Series 2010-11 Class Title : HKEC
"Make It Happen" Work Initiatives Series
2010-11 "Building Organization Image"         Jenny TAI, HRM




Programme Title : NTWC Lean Journey Component
Title : Lean Management Training (Level One)      Monica CHENG, AHRM(A3), NTWC
Programme Title : Interpretation of Laboratory
Tests in Neuroimmunology                          Mr. Albert TSAI, SMT
Programme Title : Mitochondrial Disorders: Case
Scenarios                                         Mr. TS Kwan, DM
Programme Title : Slide Walk (A spherocyte
again? So what? A lymphocyte? Real or             Mr. TSIM Yiu Lam, Senior Medical
artefact? Fragments? Others if any)               Technologist
             Project Management Component
Programme Title :
    Project Management Workshop for
Title :
Senior Leaders Class Title : Project
Management Workshop                       Winnie Chan, HRO




            HKEC Advance Management
Programme Title :
Programme Component Title : Building a High
Performance Organization                      Ms Jenny TAI, HRM(ST&D), HRD/HKEC

              HO OSH Conference cum
Programme Title :
Promotion of Trust & Harmony Policy Signing
Ceremony Class Title : Technical Workshop V -
Update on Medical Laser Safety                Julie MA, M(WV&SD)

              HO OSH Conference cum
Programme Title :
Promotion of Trust & Harmony Policy Signing
Ceremony Class Title : Technical Workshop - VI
- Update on Medical Laser Safety               Julie MA, M(WV&SD)




             Essence of 7 Habits
Programme Title :
(七個習慣精要班) for Frontline Professional &
Supporting Supervisors                 Halina Lam, COII (T&D)
                Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
                Winning Presentation
Component Title :
(Elective) Class Title : WIN007                Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D),HAHO




Programme Title :Management 101 Program
Component Title :Giving Feedback & SDR
(Core) Class Title : FEE009                    Halina Lam, CO II (T&D)




Programme Title :Project Management Component
Title : Project Management Workshop for
Middle Leaders Class Title : Project
Management Workshop                           Winnie Chan, HRO




Programme Title :   TRL Monthly Case Meeting   Suzanne Chan, MT
               Workshop on Control of multi-
Programme Title :
drug resistant organisms (MDRO) in
healthcare settings                            Dr KW Choi, AC




               Competency-based
Programme Title :
Interviewing Skills Component Title : Competency-
based Interviewing Skills Seminar Class Title :
Getting right people: Competency-based
Interviewing Skills helping You                   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO


            Document Control System
Programme Title :                              Dr Chui Tak Yi, KEC Service Director(Q&S)
            Advance in Automated
Programme Title :
Specimen preparation and real time PCR         Miranda Yau, MT




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM030
(Cancelled)                                    Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO
            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM031            Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




Programme Title :   A couple of special laboratory
requests                                             Ms. Doris NG, SMT




               HATS Annual Conference
Programme Title :
2011 - Prevention of Poisoning and Drug              Ms Cherry Kwok, Ms Caran Chan, HOQ&S
Toxicity - A Multidisciplinary Approach              O(IEC), CI(MED),PWH
Programme Title :Management 101 Program
Component Title :The Essence of 7 Habits
(Core) Class Title : E7H009                     Halina Lam, COII (T&D)


Programme Title : Leadership Greatness Program Ms Kina CHENG, HRM(T&D)
                                                 Ms Daisy YEUNG Yue-tin, Medical
Programme Title : Microsoft Excel for Statistics Technologist




Programme Title : Induction Program for Newly
Recuited Associate Medical Technologists -
WD                                              Susan Ma, Allied Health Training Officer
Programme Title : Beware of Free Lunches -
Analytical Scenario                             Mr. TS Kwan, DM




             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers Class Title : Enhanced
Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Training for
DSE Assessors & Trainers - HKWC             Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
            Project Management Component
Programme Title :
    Seminar on 'The Value of Project
Title :
Management' for Project Sponsors and
Leaders                                  Winnie Chan, HRO




Programme Title : Chronic Disease and Mental
Health Research in Primary care                  Stacey Ng, PO(PC)
Programme Title : Pyrosequencing - Principle and
Application                                      Dr. K.C. Wong, Scientific Officer




Programme Title :   Influencer Training Workshop   Winnie Chan, HRO
               Quality & Safety Forum-From
Programme Title :
fall prevention to safe mobilization of fragile
patients                                          Judy Chan, HAII




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM032         Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




             Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
             Finance for Non-finance
Component Title :
Managers (Elective) Class Title : FIN006          Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)
             Searching for Best Clinical
Programme Title :
Evidence on eKG -Introductory Course
(PMKCH & YCH)                                       Kit Leung, M(KS)




Programme Title :   Leadership Greatness Training
Program                                             Dicky WONG, SPT




             Searching for Best Clinical
Programme Title :
Evidence on eKG -Introductory Course
(PMKCH & YCH)                                       Kit Leung, M(KS)




Programme Title : NTWC Lean Journey Component
Title :   Lean Management Training (Level Two) Monica CHEUNG, AHRM(A3), NTWC
              7 Habits For Highly Effective
Programme Title :
People Component Title : The 7 Habits of Highly
Effective People                                  Halina Lam, CO II (T&D)




             Searching for Best Clinical
Programme Title :
Evidence on eKG -Introductory Course
(PMKCH & YCH)                                     Kit Leung, M(KS)




                NTWC Correct Patient
Programme Title :
Identification Forum Class Title : NTWC Correct
Patient Identification Forum 2011               Ms. W O LOU, M(Q&S), NTWC




Programme Title :   Performance Management &
SDR                                               Mr Simon Cheng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers Class Title : Enhanced
Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Training for
DSE Assessors & Trainers - HKWC             Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
Programme Title : Management 101 Program
Component Title : Graduation Ceremony cum
Kick-Off Seminar                            Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




             Essence of 7 Habits
Programme Title :
(七個習慣精要班) for Frontline Professional &
Supporting Supervisors                 Halina Lam, CO II (T&D)




             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers Class Title : Enhanced
Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Training for
DSE Assessors & Trainers - HKWC             Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
              Two-day training workshop on
Programme Title :
Chronic Disease Self-Management for Allied
Health Professionals                         Sharron LEUNG, M (AH)




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM033
(Cancelled)                                  Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




             Enhanced Display Screen
Programme Title :
Equipment (DSE) Training for DSE
Assessors & Trainers Class Title : Enhanced
Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Training for
DSE Assessors & Trainers - HKWC             Julie MA, M(WV&SD)
Programme Title : HKEC "Make It Happen" Work
Initiatives Series 2010-11 Class Title : HKEC
"Make It Happen" Work Initiatives Series
2010/2011 – Enhancing Staff Responsibility Michael HUI, HRA
Programme Title : Entamoeba histolytica
laboratory identification                     Miranda Yau, MT




Programme Title : Interpersonal Skills at Work
          Interpersonal Skills at Work - From
Class Title :
Listening to Influencing                         Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO
Programme Title : Update of Bio-Rad variant II
Turbo Chemistry                                  Mr. TS Kwan, DM
Programme Title : Overview of Childhood
Rheumatic Diseases                               Mr. Albert TSAI, SMT




Programme Title : Competency-based
Interviewing Skills Component Title : Competency-
based Interviewing Skills Seminar Class Title :
Getting right people: Competency-based
Interviewing Skills helping You                   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO
Programme Title : Discussion on the comments
from HOKLAS inspection & Briefing on new
training program                                  Hui Wai Ting, SMT




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV030               Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)
              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV031                 Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)




Programme Title :   Effective Meeting Skills
Workshop                                           Winnie Chan, HRO




              7 Habits For Highly Effective
Programme Title :
People Component Title : The 7 Habits of Highly
Effective People                                   Halina Lam, COII (T&D)


              OSH Forum 2011 Series:
Programme Title :
Safety Handling of Chemical Waste                  CHEUNG Hung Ha, Safety Coordinator


Programme Title :  OSH Courses Component Title :
OSH Courses - ISWP Class Title : ISWP Audit
Training                                           Mr. WONG Siu Lun, APN
Programme Title : Crisis Communication Skills
Class Title : Crisis Communication Skills
(Refresher Course) I-A                             Clair Lau, CIII

Programme Title :   The dark side of the moon      T S Kwan, DM




             Essence of 7 Habits
Programme Title :
(七個習慣精要班) for Frontline Professional &
Supporting Supervisors                 Halina Lam, COII (T&D)
            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM035       Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO




            Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
            High-Impact Smart
Component Title :
Communication (Core) Class Title : COM034       Mr Patrick NG, HRM(T&D), HAHO




Programme Title :   Advanced Writing Workshop   Winnie Chan, HRO




              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV032              Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)
              Management 101 Program
Programme Title :
              Developing & Recognizing
Component Title :
Others (Core) Class Title : DEV033       Patrick NG, HRM(T&D)
 Registered Medical Laboratory Technologists
lopment (CPD) Programmes / Activities


and programmes.




                              Objectives                   Total CPD(MLT) Points    Time Frame (Theory)

          The course is aimed to equip participants
          with basic skills in operating SPSS for
          statistical analyses. The target participants
          are those allied health professionals who
          have basic understanding in research and
          statistics, and wish to have hands~on
          practice on SPSS.                                                    0           3.5Hr
          To equip HA clinical and non~clinical leaders
          with essential leadership mindset, tool set
          and skills set.                                                     8.5         16.75Hr
          To equip HA clinical and non~clinical leaders
          with essential leadership mindset, tool set
          and skills set.                                                     8.5         16.25Hr


          Programme Objectives : In the 21st century,
          creativity is one of the essential factors
          contributing to the organizational success.
          Employees working in an organization should
          be well equipped with skills and techniques to
          unlock their creativity and transform ideas in
          the workplace to solve problems effectively.
          This program aims at providing insight and
          practical tools to facilitate managerial and
          professional staff of HA to review their
          existing perspectives and consider alternative
          ways to meet the challenges at work.
          Component Objectives : the essential factors
          contributing to the organizational success;
          Well equipped with skills and techniques to
          unlock their creativity and transform ideas in
          the workplace to solve problems effectively;
          To facilitate managerial and professional
          staff of HA to review their existing
          perspectives and consider alternative ways to
          meet the challenges at work                                          0          2.75Hr
To provide updated knowledge on critical
care nephrology To demonstrate the
operation of different RRT equipment used
for different modes of therapy                  0     6Hr


Discussion on clinical important toxicology
cases.                                         1.5   1.25Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                  1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                    1.5   3.75Hr
Programme Objectives : ~Introduction to learn
thinking for healthcare ~How to apply value
Stream Mapping to healthcare ~Increase
hours per patirnt care ~Reduce inventory
costs ~Improve patient satisfaction scores
Component Objectives : 1. how to identify and
reduce waste in healthcare setting 2. how
Lean tools can improve patient as well as
non~patient care processes 3. how to use
Lean tools as the basis for improvement 4.
how to draw value stream map processes 5.
how to write A3 reports                          8   16Hr

Module 1 ~ Making the transition from Staff
to Supervisor: 1. understand the evolving role
from managing self to managing others 2.
develop interpersonal skill that facilitate
communication 3. apply appropriate
supervisory style to each individual and
situation 4. leverage the talents of others to
maximize results Module 2 ~ Developing
Competence and Commitment: 1. Uncover
your team members motivators' and
capitalize on them 2. Developing different
strategies to increase productivity and
motivation 3. Use effective coaching
technique to maximize your team
performance Module 3 ~ Problem Solving
and Decision Making: 1. Describe the
different approaches in handling daily
operational issues 2. Use different methods
to generate alternatives and draw
appropriate solution 3. Apply good practices
in conducting briefing sessions Module 4 ~
Managing Work Conflict: 1. Describe the
facts about conflict at work 2. Identify
different conflict management style 3.
Manage work conflict using problem solving
approach                                         0   4Hr

To update laboratory diagnostics lab test
knowledge                                        1   1Hr

To enhance the skills of Manual Handling
Operations (MHO) and to reinforce the
proper techniques of manual handling at
specific work procedures in clinical settings.   0   0.5Hr
Programme Objectives : Understand SDR and its
usage on performance management
Strengthen SDR practice on objective setting
Enhance assessment and feedback skills
Component Objectives : Part I: 1. Overview of SDR
2. Enhance SDR practice on objective setting
Part II: 1. Share practice to achieve objective
assessment 2. Enhance written feedback               2    4Hr
to provide a platform for sharing of expertise
and experience as well as exploring
innovative treatment and technology
advancement                                          5    10Hr

~ To structure ideas simply and persuasively
~ To organize ideas while talking ~ To
flesh~out ideas with memorable examples ~
To avoid common communication traps ~ To
answer questions quickly and coherently,
especially when under fire ~ To deal with
hostile situations or handle objections
positively ~ To use techniques to identify
listeners' hopes, fears and background
knowledge                                            0    13Hr
to provide a platform for sharing of expertise
and experience as well as exploring
innovative treatment and technology
advancement                                         2.5   5Hr

The course is aimed to equip participants
with basic skills in operating SPSS for
statistical analyses. The target participants
are those allied health professionals who
have basic understanding in research and
statistics, and wish to have hands~on
practice on SPSS.                                    0    3.5Hr

Case of CSF                                         0.5   0.5Hr
To equip staff with updated knowledge on
prevention and management of workplace
violence                                             0    2Hr




Understand the different internal
communication strategies to lead and

communication skills for different audiences
and situation for better collaboration               0    7Hr
The course is aimed to equip participants
with basic skills in operating SPSS for
statistical analyses. The target participants
are those allied health professionals who
have basic understanding in research and
statistics, and wish to have hands~on
practice on SPSS.                                  0    3.5Hr
Programme Objectives : Anti~Discrimination
Seminar Component Objectives : To define sexual
harassment and identify behaviors which
constitute sexual harassment                       0    3.5Hr

Toxicology Case Audit & Interesting Cases
Discussion                                         2     2Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                     1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                       1.5   3.5Hr


To share the selected oral presentations by
staff of Kowloon East Cluster at HA
Convention.                                        1     2Hr
To discuss an updated algorithm in
laboratory diagnosis of Clostridium
difficile~associated disease (CDAD).              1.5   1.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                       1.5   3.75Hr
To enhance alertness of staff towards quality
and safety issues with a view to effecting
behavioural changes in daily health care
practices                                           0.5    1Hr

~ Acquire the knowledge and skills to be an
effective presenter ~ Know how to structure
the content for a persuasive presentation            0    7.5Hr


Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : ~ Manage
the role transition from a frontline practitioner
to a leader; ~ Apply the principle of effective
leadership and clinical management in the
workplace; ~ Achieve results through and
with others; ~ Take proactive approach to
dance with the changes ahead.                       1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                         1.5   3.75Hr
This program aims to facilitate the


different types of performers more effectively

performance                                          0     4Hr

1) To enhance participants' understanding of
the mentality of media, their interest in
healthcare and their approach to gathering
stories that may generate public interest. 2)
To foster sensitivity among staff in managing
media upstream e.g. importance of
improving patient/staff communication. 3) To
suggest approach for handling
complaint/enquiry from media.                        0     2Hr
To equip project leaders and members with
knowledge and skills on LEAN to lead and
implement rapid improvement
events/projects in their work place                  0    14Hr
To enhance the understanding of participants
in 1. basic concept of quality assurance 2.
roles of quality assurance system in
laboratory quality management 3. effective
use of QA measures in various sections of
clinical laboratories                            6.5   6.5Hr

Staphylococci infection update                    1     1Hr


Anti~Discrimination Seminar                       0    2.45Hr
To equip participants with necessary
knowledge and skills in conducting statistical
analyses at post~basic level using
SPSS/PASW                                         0    3.5Hr
To Update Laboratory Diagnostics Lab Test
Knowledge                                         1     1Hr


Programme Objectives : Build a "People First"
culture in HKEC Enhance the management
skills of middle managers in HKEC A
cluster~wide management programme;
complementary to the HAHO~driven
Executive Leadership Programme (ELP) and
HA Leadership Pipeline (HALP) Component
Objectives : Build a "People First" culture in
HKEC; Enhance the management skills of
middle managers in HKEC; A cluster~wde
management programme;complementary to
the HAHO~driven Executive Leadership
Programme (ELP) and HA Leadership
Pipeline (HALP)                                   0    26Hr
To update the knowledge of Microbiology in
diagnosis and susceptibility testing of
staphylococcus species.                           1     1Hr
                     Vision ~Clinical
Programme Objectives :
Procedures/Operations ~Safe, Effective,
Efficient ~+"Pain~free/Minimal Pain" Mission
~To provide staff training ~To accomplish the
Vision ~Cost~efficient/effective ~Conducive
learning environment Component Objectives : On
completion of the workshop, participants will
learn and refresh the following aspects of
Endoscopy: ~ Structure of Endoscope ~
Passage of Endoscope ~ Video~endoscopic
Visualization ~ Roles of Endoscopist &
Assistants ~ Hands~on practice                      0   2Hr
To introduce to the colleagues the new
Sysmex Haematology Systems                          1   1Hr
Create a positive attitude towards
patient~care Enhance ability in managing
self's emotion and others' emotion Internalize
key interpersonal skills in handling patient's
and patient's relative to build trust and
ensure safety                                       0   3.5Hr

There are 5 Moudles; Module I: Leadership;
Module II: Mastering Motivation; ModuleIII:
Building Beliefs, Self Leadership & Setting
Goals; Module IV: Decision Making; Module
V: Compelling Leadership Communication              7   14Hr

Programme Objectives : ~ Enhance project
management skills for different roles in
project including project sponsor, project
manager and members. ~ Develop a
standard process, methodology and
language in managing major projects
throughout HA. ~ Share good practices on
project management in other organizations.
Component Objectives : This is an intensive
two~day workshop focusing on the
implementation of the project management
skills and techniques on the basis of the
globally recognised PMBOKR Guide
published by Project Management Institute
(PMI). It is specially designed for senior
leaders who lead projects with multiple
parties involved. Systematic cycle from
project initiation to project closing is covered.   7   14Hr

Programme Objectives :To widen the horizon and
exposure of our aspiring leaders. Component
Objectives : Raise the awareness of creativity in
leadership Boarden the horizon of our leaders       1   2Hr
To equip participants with necessary
knowledge and skills in conducting statistical
analyses at post~basic level using
SPSS/PASW                                         0   3.5Hr

1. To understand the basic theories and
concepts of Chinese Medicine. 2. To
understand the therapeutic principles and
approaches in the treatment of common
diseases by using Chinese Medicine. 3. To
understand the basis of Chinese Medicinal
Materials and formulae. 4. To understand the
therapeutic principles and practice of
acupuncture. 5. To understand the basis of
Chinese Medicine through modern science
and technology. 6. To apply knowledge to
analyze a selected clinical topic to compose
a presentation of collated information
focused in interface of Chinese Medicine and
Western Medicine.                                 0   90Hr

To review local and global epidemiology on
drug resistant Gram negative pathogens To
appraisal prevailing IC practice on the control
of drug resistant Gram negative pathogens in
Hong Kong To sharing overseas experience
and guidelines on control of drug resistant
Gram negative pathogens To provide an
interactive discussion to achieve consensus
on the captioned subject                          8   8Hr
To provide Basic Life Support training to
hospital staff                                    0   1Hr


Programme Objectives : Vision ~Clinical
Procedures/Operations ~Safe, Effective,
Efficient ~+"Pain~free/Minimal Pain" Mission
~To provide staff training ~To accomplish the
Vision ~Cost~efficient/effective ~Conducive
learning environment Component Objectives :
Acute back pain not only affect patients but
also clinical staff in their daily work and
activities. Back pain can significantly impair
both the physical & mental well~being if
adequate Rx is delayed or not a/v. In this
Seminar, the specialists will speak from the
conventional approach, innovation,
break~through ideas within & outside the
traditional clinical frames with a joint aim to
help the needy staff & patients in the most
efficient & effective multi~disciplinary
approach.                                         0   2Hr
Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : Acquire
skills in Organizing thoughts and ideas
logically Wrte and reply emails with proper
etiquette and skills Familiarize with different
types of report and proposals Avoid common
writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness                                       1.5   3.5Hr


Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : ~ Manage
the role transition from a frontline practitioner
to a leader; ~ Apply the principle of effective
leadership and clinical management in the
workplace; ~ Achieve results through and
with others; ~ Take proactive approach to
dance with the changes ahead.                       1.5   3.5Hr

To update the knowledge in moleular
diagnosis of atypical pneumonia.                     1    1Hr
1. To promote continuing professional
development through self~learning and
knowledge exchange 2. To provide
up~to~date information in the latest
advancement and professional knowledge in
the field of Chemical Pathology and
laboratory medicine.                                0.5   0.5Hr

On completion of the program, participants
are expected to have knowledge on the basic
studies, from replication, linearity (reportable
range), and comparison of methods, to the
more advanced studies required for more
complex methods, including interference,
recovery, detection limit, and transference of
reference intervals.                                12    16Hr
On completion of the program, participants
are expected to be able to: ~ Locate the
sources for quality goals and requirements,
including CLIA, JC, CAP, ISO, CLSI, etc. ~
Define the quality required and necessary for
a laboratory test. ~ Access resources for
analytical, clinical, and European quality
requirements. ~ Identify tools for Quality
Design and Planning ~ Use tools to design
and select appropriate QC procedures for
different methods ~ Recognize the principles
of Quality Design and Planning                     6     6Hr

~ To teach staff members about the concept
of resilience and vulnerabilities to
psychological crisis / trauma ~ To assist staff
members to strengthen their resilience and
stress coping abilities ~ To introduce the
concept of psychoneuroimmunology                   0     6Hr

                    ~ Identify appropriate
Programme Objectives :
competencies from job descriptions, employ
structured interview questions to assess
these competencies, and practice the skills
of competency based interviewing. ~ Learn
how to interpret and evaluate the information
gathered to reach an objective and informed
decision. Component Objectives : To appreciate
the benefits of using CBI as a selection
method To conduct the selection interview in
a CBI approach To identify the core skills of
CBI                                                0    3.25Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                     1.5   3.5Hr
Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                          1.5   3.75Hr

Talk on the carbapenemase resistance                 0.5   0.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                          1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
The objectives effectiveness
communicationof this training programme              1.5   3.5Hr
include: 1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on ergonomics~based MHO skill
and common MHO handling aids; 2. To
equip staff with practical skills on how to
transfer patient with proper skill and how to
use the common clinical MHO handling aids
and equipment safely and effectively (all
participants have the hands~on practice on
the use of all handling aids); 3. To strengthen
the knowledge~based concept on risk
assessment for proper selection of MHO
handling aids; 4. To enhance the concept
and skill on implementation of “Smart lift
policy” as well as behavior~based safety
programme, in order to facilitate the culture
development on using MHO aids in clinical
workplace 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in MHO aids. After
completion of this training, all participants will
be competent to safely transfer patient and
properly use the common clinical MHO
handling aids. For enhancing the role of
trainers or coaches, all the participants will
also be able to: 1. Conduct training on the
safe MHO skill and the proper use of clinical
MHO aids to the staff in their workplaces /
hospitals / clinics; 2. Assess the need and
justify the plan to equip the workplaces with         0     2Hr
在完成這階段的課程後,參加者可: ~
理解工作間暴力的範疇及性質; ~
認識工作間暴力的警告徵兆; ~
明白不同階段的衝突過程; ~
確認工作間暴力的危險因素及預防方案; ~
應用 “化解進一步衡突”的技巧。                                 0   3Hr

To update the colleagues on the knowledge
of how serology tests help 1 ~ Making
Programme Objectives : Module patient care.the   1   1Hr
transition from Staff to Supervisor: 1.
understand the evolving role from managing
self to managing others 2. develop
interpersonal skill that facilitate
communication 3. apply appropriate
supervisory style to each individual and
situation 4. leverage the talents of others to
maximize results Module 2 ~ Developing
Competence and Commitment: 1. Uncover
your team members motivators' and
capitalize on them 2. Developing different
strategies to increase productivity and
motivation 3. Use effective coaching
technique to maximize your team
performance Module 3 ~ Problem Solving
and Decision Making: 1. Describe the
different approaches in handling daily
operational issues 2. Use different methods
to generate alternatives and draw appropriate
solution 3. Apply good practices in
conducting briefing sessions Module 4 ~
Managing Work Conflict: 1. Describe the
facts about conflict at work 2. Identify
different conflict management style 3.
Manage work conflict using problem solving
approach Component Objectives : Upon
completion of the program, participants will
be able to: 1. Describe the facts about          0   4Hr
                     1. To share the findings of
Programme Objectives :
the Infection Control Capacity Survey in the
HA 2. To explore collaborative opportunities
between the Infection Control Branch (ICB),
Centre for Health Protection (CHP) and HA
hospitals 3. To solicit views on the annual
plan and future direction of the Infectious
Disease Control Training Centre (IDCTC) /
ICB, CHP Component Objectives : To share the
clinical presentation, potential complications
and management of Enteroviral infection,
including EV 71 To update the case reporting
system to CENO and monitoring of HFMD
through existing surveillance systems To
update on Infection control measures in
health care setting                                0   2Hr
   認識全人健康理念與人際關係
增進自我認識與肯定,達個人成長
促進良好的職場人際關係                                        0   12Hr

~ To teach staff members about the concept
of resilience and vulnerabilities to
psychological crisis / trauma ~ To assist staff
members to strengthen their resilience and
stress coping abilities ~ To introduce the
concept of psychoneuroimmunology                   0   6Hr
Programme Objectives : In the 21st century,
creativity is one of the essential factors
contributing to the organizational success.
Employees working in an organization should
be well equipped with skills and techniques to
unlock their creativity and transform ideas in
the workplace to solve problems effectively.
This program aims at providing insight and
practical tools to facilitate managerial and
professional staff of HA to review their
existing perspectives and consider alternative
ways to meet the challenges at work.
Component Objectives : ‧ Appreciate the simplicity
of the Thinkertoys methodology and continue
to apply the toys learned to enhance
efficiency and quality of their routine work ‧
Adopt a structured approach in problem
dissection and idea generation to guarantee
depth and breadth of problem analysis,
quality of idea, and quantity of idea and
fluency of ideation process ‧ Analyze
problem and provide creative ideas intro
practical solutions                                  0   6.5Hr
1. 加深學員對個人危機處理的知識 2.
提供實際練習的機會,讓學員進一步掌握有關
心靈急救的溝通技巧                                            0   6.25Hr
1. Recognize the meaning of death, and how
to respect the patient with dignity and
providing human care 2. Philosophical,
cultural and religious consideration 3.
Cultural change in Health care workers ~
palliative and end~of~life CARE 4. Hardware
and system changes, workflow logistics,
sharing of experience and reflection on
results 5. Minimize psychological trauma in
survivors and help recovery /restoration of
normal life and function                        0   6Hr
~ To raise staff's awareness on the
fundamentals of LEAN ~ To enable staff to
implement work improvement event
management and sustainability                   0   1.5Hr

The one day programme aims to introduce
the update trend of multidisciplinary care
approach on managemene of colorectal
cancer patients and enhance the knowledge
of the participants in colorectal cancer care   0   5.4Hr

This workshop aims to familiarize
participants with a new grief therapy model
developed by the trainers. After the
workshop, participants are expected to ‧ use
both self~reported inventories and structured
interviews for chronic grief screening and
assessment ‧ be familiarized with 6 major
themes emerged in the process of grief, and
‧ use a structured model for brief grief
therapy intervention                            0   8.5Hr
The programme is based on the best~selling
book of "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective
People" by Dr Stephen Covey. The 7 Habits
are essential principles to guide you to
achieve effectiveness in both work and
personal lives. Upon completion, you will: ~
Increase awareness on the importance of
character, integrity and work ethics ~ Better
understand 'effectiveness' at both personal
and professional level ~ Develop win~win
relationships and synergistic collaboration ~
Foster work~life balance                             1.5   3.5Hr

Programme Objectives : To enhance the specific
knowledge of nurses in preventing pressure
ulcer and advanced wound management
Component Objectives : To actualize the principles
in the pressure ulcers prevention and
management. To understand the
pathogenesis and physiology of pressure
ulcers. To recognize the proper positioning
and seating in pressure ulcers prevention. To
assess and document the ulcers according to
the classification of wounds                          0    2Hr

Programme Objectives : ~Introduction to learn
thinking for healthcare ~How to apply value
Stream Mapping to healthcare ~Increase
hours per patirnt care ~Reduce inventory
costs ~Improve patient satisfaction scores
Component Objectives : The basic concepts of
Lean thinking The bottom~up component of
Lean in NTWC How to give Kaizen
suggestions The importance if their
participation                                        0.5   1Hr

Updates on HFM disease                                1    1Hr

Programme Objectives : ~Introduction to learn
thinking for healthcare ~How to apply value
Stream Mapping to healthcare ~Increase
hours per patirnt care ~Reduce inventory
costs ~Improve patient satisfaction scores
Component Objectives : 1. how to identify and
reduce waste in healthcare setting 2. how
Lean tools can improve patient as well as
non~patient care processes 3. how to use
Lean tools as the basis for improvement 4.
how to draw value stream map processes 5.
how to write A3 reports                               0    16Hr
Experience Sharing                                1    1Hr
To Update Laboratory Diagnostic Testing
Knowledge                                         1    1Hr
To equip the participants with the
background knowledge and practical
experience in the occupational and
environmental hazard assessments and
hygiene measurements.                             0    21Hr


1.To develop the skills of disclosing adverse
events to patient and family. 2.To understand
the psychological aspects of involved staff in
incident management. 3.To polish the
approach and skills in staff interview in the
process of incident management.                   0    6Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                    1.5   3.5Hr


Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : ~
Appreciate the importance of "keeping proper
books and records" and its relevance to
non~financial managers. ~ Understand their
role in financial management in discharging
their duties. ~ Aware of the relevance and
application of HA's financial control
framework and financial risks to their
day~to~day operation. ~ Able to comprehend
and make use of simple financial reports
from ERP system.                                 1.5   3.5Hr
Practicum on Interviewing Skills in Adverse
Events Overview and Objectives Diseases of
Course                                             0   ---
the respiratory system are very important
components of Critical Care Medicine.
Nurses and allied health professionals
working both inside and outside of the
Intensive Care Unit will encounter patients
with acute respiratory conditions. This course
will lead you through common respiratory
problems and emergencies with 6 lectures
and 9 hands~on workshops. At the
completion of this course, you will: 1. Have
an understanding of pulmonary anatomy and
physiology; 2. Understand and interpret
respiratory investigations, including chest
X~rays and blood gas; 3. Know in greater
depths the principles of oxygen therapy and
airway management; 4. Learn how to set up
and utilize non~invasive and invasive
ventilation, monitor and take care of
ventilated patients; 5. Learn in greater details
the management of common acute
respiratory diseases including asthma,
COPD, ARDS, pneumonia and acute
pulmonary edema; 6. Learn how to care for
patients on prolonged mechanical ventilation.
The faculty has extensive working
experience and professional status in critical
care medicine, respiratory medicine, as well
as anaesthesiology. The 1st CCRC held in
December 2009 was well received with many
favourable feedbacks.                              0   3Hr
1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.               3.5   7Hr




Practicum on Interviewing Skills in Adverse
Events                                           0    ---


1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.               3.5   7Hr
加強同事對自殺行為的認識,掌握有關的評估
及處理技巧,以便作出正確且有效的行動和支
援。 1. 增加對自殺風險及保護因素的知識 2.
學習自殺危機評估技巧,以及早察覺具自殺傾
向的人仕 3.
面對可能具自殺傾向或危機的人仕時,能作出
適當的安全措施及處理 4.
看重朋輩支持的系統                                           0    2.5Hr


To gain the knowledge and update on BSL3
practice                                            1     1Hr


Programme Objectives : In the 21st century,
creativity is one of the essential factors
contributing to the organizational success.
Employees working in an organization should
be well equipped with skills and techniques to
unlock their creativity and transform ideas in
the workplace to solve problems effectively.
This program aims at providing insight and
practical tools to facilitate managerial and
professional staff of HA to review their
existing perspectives and consider alternative
ways to meet the challenges at work.
Component Objectives : the essential factors
contributing to the organizational success;
Well equipped with skills and techniques to
unlock their creativity and transform ideas in
the workplace to solve problems effectively;
To facilitate managerial and professional
staff of HA to review their existing
perspectives and consider alternative ways to
meet the challenges at work                         0    3.25Hr
1. 加深學員對個人危機處理的知識 2.
提供實際練習的機會,讓學員進一步掌握有關
心靈急救的溝通技巧                                           0    6.25Hr

                    Discussion on clinically
Programme Objectives :
important toxicology cases. Component Objectives
: Discussion on clinical important toxicology
cases.                                             1.5   1.25Hr
To share continuous quality improvement
(CQI) programs implemented in various
departments                                        0.5    1Hr
Update on syphilis serology testing                0.5   0.5Hr
~Aware a grounded theory of how caring can
be actualized in health care practice
~Appreciate the practical steps to empathize
with oneself and others ~Enhance the caring
communicationof this training programme
The objectives skills                                 0    6.5Hr
include: 1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on ergonomics~based MHO skill
and common MHO handling aids; 2. To
equip staff with practical skills on how to
transfer patient with proper skill and how to
use the common clinical MHO handling aids
and equipment safely and effectively (all
participants have the hands~on practice on
the use of all handling aids); 3. To strengthen
the knowledge~based concept on risk
assessment for proper selection of MHO
handling aids; 4. To enhance the concept
and skill on implementation of “Smart lift
policy” as well as behavior~based safety
programme, in order to facilitate the culture
development on using MHO aids in clinical
workplace 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in MHO aids. After
completion of this training, all participants will
be competent to safely transfer patient and
properly use the common clinical MHO
handling aids. For enhancing the role of
trainers or coaches, all the participants will
also be able to: 1. Conduct training on the
safe MHO skill and the proper use of clinical
MHO aids to the staff in their workplaces /
hospitals / clinics; 2. Assess the need and
justify the plan to equip the workplaces with         0    2Hr
Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
‧Understand the importance of
communication ‧Learn how to apply the
“~+×÷” Formula for better communication
‧Portray self~confidence and
professionalism in communication ‧Learn
from examples on applying the
communication technique in various areas of
managerial functions                                 1.5   3Hr
To gain the knowledge and update on
molecular detection of MRSA.                          1    1Hr
                     Vision ~Clinical
Programme Objectives :
Procedures/Operations ~Safe, Effective,
Efficient ~+"Pain~free/Minimal Pain" Mission
~To provide staff training ~To accomplish the
Vision ~Cost~efficient/effective ~Conducive
learning environment Component Objectives : 1.
Understand the pathophysiologic principles
underlying the basic mechanisms of suck,
swallow and breathe patterns of
neonates/infants. 2. Have an overview of the
scopes of infant feeding & swallowing
disorders 3. Be able to understand the
evaluation and treatment approaches for
specific infant feeding/swallowing disorders
4. Have an increased awareness of infant
focused feeding/swallowing bedside
assessment and diagnostic procedures such
as videofluoroscopy study of swallowing
(VFSS) 5. Understand how poor feeding
behaviors develop and how clinicians can
help.                                              0    1.5Hr

The Hospital Authority will start a service for
testing KRAS gene mutation for colorectal
cancer in July 2010. This symposium aims to
educate on the clinical background and
technical aspects of this test.                   4.5   2.75Hr

A few cases will be used as illustrations to
show which cases should be sent and which
cases should not be sent to hospital Clinical
Ethics Committee (CEC), and how CEC
should and should not handle them. The
lecture will be less than one hour and there
shall be plenty of discussion time                 1     1Hr

The course is aimed to equip participants
with basic skills in operating SPSS for
statistical analyses. The target participants
are those allied health professionals who
have basic understanding in research and
statistics, and wish to have hands~on
practice on SPSS.                                  0    3.5Hr

Updating of Current Toxicology Knowledge          1.5   1.5Hr
                     Vision ~Clinical
Programme Objectives :
Procedures/Operations ~Safe, Effective,
Efficient ~+"Pain~free/Minimal Pain" Mission
~To provide staff training ~To accomplish the
Vision ~Cost~efficient/effective ~Conducive
learning environment Component Objectives : 1.
Understand the pathophysiologic principles
which contribute to the feeding/swallowing
disorders of the paediatric dysphagic
population after passing the infant stage. 2.
Can differentiate the differences between the
scopes of infant vs paediatric feeding &
swallowing disorders 3. Be able to
understand the evaluation process and
updated treatment approaches for paediatric
feeding/swallowing disorders 4. Be able to
know the current paediatric focused
feeding/swallowing bedside assessment and
diagnostic procedures such as
videofluoroscopy study of swallowing (VFSS)
and Fiberoptic Endoscopice Examination of
Swallowing (FEES) of paediatric dysphagic
population. 5. Understand how feeding
behaviors develop and apply behavioral
theory to the development of treatment plans.
6. Understand some special concerns and
treatment approach on e.g weight loss,
nutrition, constipation and oral care etc.        0    1.5Hr
To Update Laboratory Diagnostic Testing
Knowledge                                         1    1Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                    1.5   3.5Hr

The course is aimed to equip participants
with basic skills in operating SPSS for
statistical analyses. The target participants
are those allied health professionals who
have basic understanding in research and
statistics, and wish to have hands~on
practice on SPSS.                                 0    3.5Hr
Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                        1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                        1.5   3.5Hr
Update on the usage of Architect in the
laboratory                                          1     1Hr




1. Cultivate a positive attitude towards high
conflict situation 2. Enhance staff's ability to
handle high conflict situation and clients.         0     3Hr

to review cases on Leukaemia                        1     1Hr
~ To raise staff's awareness on the
fundamentals of LEAN ~ To enable staff to
implement work improvement event
management and sustainability                       0     1Hr
1. Essential ‘first step' for Senior
Executives/Managers to understand Lean
concepts for selection of cluster lean projects
2. Introduce the principles of Lean and
efficient applications of lean tools and
practices and how Lean can be applied in
health care                                         0    3.45Hr
1. Essential ‘first step' for Senior
Executives/Managers to understand Lean
concepts for selection of cluster lean projects
2. Introduce the principles of Lean and
efficient applications of lean tools and
practices and how Lean can be applied in
health care                                         0    3.45Hr
1. Essential ‘first step' for Senior
Executives/Managers to understand Lean
concepts for selection of cluster lean projects
2. Introduce the principles of Lean and
efficient applications of lean tools and
practices and how Lean can be applied in
health care                                         0    3.45Hr
1. Essential ‘first step' for Senior
Executives/Managers to understand Lean
concepts for selection of cluster lean projects
2. Introduce the principles of Lean and
efficient applications of lean tools and
practices and how Lean can be applied in
health care                                        0    3.45Hr
1. Essential ‘first step' for Senior
Executives/Managers to understand Lean
concepts for selection of cluster lean projects
2. Introduce the principles of Lean and
efficient applications of lean tools and
practices and how Lean can be applied in
health care                                        0    3.45Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                     1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                       1.5   3.5Hr
1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                 3.5   7.5Hr
To introduce Lean and Lean application in
health care industry, role of champion and
select Lean team members and projects for
further training.                                  0    6Hr
To share improvement measures on drug
administration and monitoring in Kowloon
East Cluster                                       1    1Hr

~ To teach staff members about the concept
of resilience and vulnerabilities to
psychological crisis / trauma ~ To assist staff
members to strengthen their resilience and
stress coping abilities ~ To introduce the
concept of psychoneuroimmunology                   0    6Hr
To introduce Lean and Lean application in
health care industry, role of champion and
select Lean team members and projects for
further training.                                  0    6Hr

To Enhance Health Care Provider's
knowledge and skills on Basic Life Support         0     ---
The programme is based on the best~selling
book of "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective
People" by Dr Stephen Covey. The 7 Habits
are essential principles to guide you to
achieve effectiveness in both work and
personal lives. Upon completion, you will: ~
Increase awareness on the importance of
character, integrity and work ethics ~ Better
understand 'effectiveness' at both personal
and professional level ~ Develop win~win
relationships and synergistic collaboration ~
Foster work~life balance                            1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                         1.5   3.5Hr


Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : ~ Manage
the role transition from a frontline practitioner
to a leader; ~ Apply the principle of effective
leadership and clinical management in the
workplace; ~ Achieve results through and
with others; ~ Take proactive approach to
dance with the changes ahead.                       1.5   3.5Hr

To ehance the understanding of participants
in 1) Different types of cytology specimen
and how they are handled 2) General
cytopreparation techniques, related reagents
& equipment 3) Quality assurance and
laboratory safety in Cytology laboratory            3.5   3.5Hr

To enhance the understanding of participants
in 1) General & special stains commonly
used in histopathology lab. 2) Practical tips
on tissue handling, fixation & staining 3)
Application of different types of stain /
staining technique                                  2.5   2.8Hr

Introduction of Application of Air Disinfection
by Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide                       1    1Hr
Blood culture issues update                          0.5   0.5Hr

Programme Objectives : ~Introduction to learn
thinking for healthcare ~How to apply value
Stream Mapping to healthcare ~Increase
hours per patirnt care ~Reduce inventory
costs ~Improve patient satisfaction scores
Component Objectives : 1. how to identify and
reduce waste in healthcare setting 2. how
Lean tools can improve patient as well as
non~patient care processes 3. how to use
Lean tools as the basis for improvement 4.
how to draw value stream map processes 5.
The to write A3 reports
how objectives of this training programme             0    16Hr
include: 1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on ergonomics~based MHO skill
and common MHO handling aids; 2. To
equip staff with practical skills on how to
transfer patient with proper skill and how to
use the common clinical MHO handling aids
and equipment safely and effectively (all
participants have the hands~on practice on
the use of all handling aids); 3. To strengthen
the knowledge~based concept on risk
assessment for proper selection of MHO
handling aids; 4. To enhance the concept
and skill on implementation of “Smart lift
policy” as well as behavior~based safety
programme, in order to facilitate the culture
development on using MHO aids in clinical
workplace 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in MHO aids. After
completion of this training, all participants will
be competent to safely transfer patient and
properly use the common clinical MHO
handling aids. For enhancing the role of
trainers or coaches, all the participants will
also be able to: 1. Conduct training on the
safe MHO skill and the proper use of clinical
MHO aids to the staff in their workplaces /
hospitals / clinics; 2. Assess the need and
justify the plan to equip the workplaces with         0    2Hr


Professional experience sharing                       6    6Hr


Professional experience sharing                       6    6Hr
Programme Objectives : ~Introduction to learn
thinking for healthcare ~How to apply value
Stream Mapping to healthcare ~Increase
hours per patirnt care ~Reduce inventory
costs ~Improve patient satisfaction scores
Component Objectives : The basic concepts of
Lean thinking The bottom~up component of
Lean in NTWC How to give Kaizen
suggestions The importance if their
participation                                        0    1Hr
To equip participants with necessary
knowledge and skills in conducting statistical
analyses at post~basic level using
SPSS/PASW                                            0    3.5Hr


1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                   3.5   7Hr


Programme Objectives :Vision ~Clinical
Procedures/Operations ~Safe, Effective,
Efficient ~+"Pain~free/Minimal Pain" Mission
~To provide staff training ~To accomplish the
Vision ~Cost~efficient/effective ~Conducive
learning environment Component Objectives : To
update on the knowledge & skills on multiple
trauma subspecialties to include the holistic
care, difficult airway Mx, musculoskeletal
injuries, critical care, thoracic & head injuries
by the TEAM approach with seamless
continuous treatment from the A&E Dept to
the In~pat Wards or ICU.                             0    2Hr
Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                      1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                      1.5   3.5Hr
To enlighten participants on the use of drugs
for different diagnoses, e.g. pain, stroke,
cardiac problems, joint problems, sexual
dysfunctions, and etc.                            3     3Hr
To enhance alertness of staff towards quality
and safety issues with a view to effecting
behavioural changes in daily health care
practices                                        0.5    1Hr

The Guidance for HA Clinicians on Advance
Directives in Adults, together with a set of
Q&A, and HA registered AD Forms were
released as an Operation Circular on 8 July.
Instead of organizing educational sessions at
the HAHO level, to encouraged to organize it
at the cluster level, Dr. C Y Tse, Dr. Derrick
Au are happy to lead the educational
sessions . A standard set of PowerPoint for
the educational sessions will be prepared to
facilitate the process.                           0     2Hr
1. 加深學員對個人危機處理的知識 2.
提供實際練習的機會,讓學員進一步掌握有關
心靈急救的溝通技巧                                         0    6.25Hr
To introduce Lean and Lean application in
health care industry, role of champion and
select Lean team members and projects for
further training.                                 0     6Hr

In house continuous professional education.       1     1Hr
Programme Objectives :Vision ~Clinical
Procedures/Operations ~Safe, Effective,
Efficient ~+"Pain~free/Minimal Pain" Mission
~To provide staff training ~To accomplish the
Vision ~Cost~efficient/effective ~Conducive
learning environment Component Objectives : To
update on the knowledge & skills on multiple
trauma subspecialties to include the holistic
care, difficult airway Mx, musculoskeletal
injuries, critical care, thoracic & head injuries
by the TEAM approach with seamless
continuous treatment from the A&E Dept to
the In~pat Wards or ICU.                             0     2Hr
To equip HA clinical and non~clinical leaders
with essential leadership mindset, tool set
and skills set.                                     8.5   16.25Hr
To introduce Lean and Lean application in
health care industry, role of champion and
select Lean team members and projects for
further training.                                    0     6Hr

The Guidance for HA Clinicians on Advance
Directives in Adults, together with a set of
Q&A, and HA registered AD Forms were
released as an Operation Circular on 8 July.
Instead of organizing educational sessions at
the HAHO level, to encouraged to organize it
at the cluster level, Dr. C Y Tse, Dr. Derrick
Au are happy to lead the educational
sessions . A standard set of PowerPoint for
the educational sessions will be prepared to
facilitate the process.                              0     2Hr

NDM~1 strain update                                  1     1Hr

~Aware a grounded theory of how caring can
be actualized in health care practice
~Appreciate the practical steps to empathize
with oneself and others ~Enhance the caring
communication skills                                 0     6.5Hr
To Update Laboratory Diagnostic Testing
Knowledge                                            1     1Hr

There are 5 Moudles; Module I: Leadership;
Module II: Mastering Motivation; ModuleIII:
Building Beliefs, Self Leadership & Setting
Goals; Module IV: Decision Making; Module
V: Compelling Leadership Communication               7     14Hr
1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                 3.5   7Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : Acquire
skills in Organizing thoughts and ideas
logically Wrte and reply emails with proper
etiquette and skills Familiarize with different
types of report and proposals Avoid common
writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness                                     1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                       1.5   3.5Hr
1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                   3.5   7Hr


Programme Objectives :Vision ~Clinical
Procedures/Operations ~Safe, Effective,
Efficient ~+"Pain~free/Minimal Pain" Mission
~To provide staff training ~To accomplish the
Vision ~Cost~efficient/effective ~Conducive
learning environment Component Objectives : To
update on the knowledge & skills on multiple
trauma subspecialties to include the holistic
care, difficult airway Mx, musculoskeletal
injuries, critical care, thoracic & head injuries
by the TEAM approach with seamless
continuous treatment from the A&E Dept to
the In~pat Wards or ICU.                             0    2Hr




To share experience and improvement
programs in suicide prevention.                      0    1Hr
~ To raise staff's awareness on the
fundamentals of LEAN ~ To enable staff to
implement work improvement event
management and sustainability                        0    1Hr
~ To raise staff's awareness on the
fundamentals of LEAN ~ To enable staff to
implement work improvement event
management and sustainability                    0    1Hr




A number of colleagues have joined the
Hospital Management Asia Conference 2010
(HMA) in Seoul in August 2010. A sharing
session is organized for exchange of learning
from the conference.                             0    2Hr
The program aims at equipping our leaders
with the essential coaching skills to inspire
higher performance, recognize good
performance and confront marginal
performance as well as developing the right
mindset / attitude to support the vision of
'Happy Staff/.                                   0    21Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                   1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                     1.5   3.5Hr
1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.               3.5    7Hr
1. To promote continuing professional
development through self~learning and
knowledge exchange 2. To provide
up~to~date information in the latest
advancement and professional knowledge in
the field of Chemical Pathology and
laboratory medicine.                            0.5   0.5Hr
To equip CIST members to provide crisis
support to staff in crisis                       0    6.5Hr
The program aims at equipping our leaders
with the essential coaching skills to inspire
higher performance, recognize good
performance and confront marginal
performance as well as developing the right
mindset / attitude to support the vision of
'Happy Staff/.                                   0    21Hr




Discussion on clinical important toxicology
cases.                                          1.5   1.25Hr

Understand what it means to own personal
eKG account; Be aware of how medical
literature is organised on eKG; and navigate
the pages of eKG; Select appropriate
information resources and databses.
Conduct simple searches in Ovid Medline,
Embase, CINAHL, multi~file databases             0     2Hr
Be aware of how medical literature is
organized and select best information
resources and databases; Ask answerable
clinical question and turn it into searchable
concepts; Understand search concepts and
apply medical subject headings, search
strategies and filters to net best evidence;
Find systematic reviews / RCTs through
database searching; Update yourself using
Evidence Forum, e~journals and auto~alerts;
Understand the meaning of personal
ownership of My eKG.                                0   3Hr

The Guidance for HA Clinicians on Advance
Directives in Adults, together with a set of
Q&A, and HA registered AD Forms were
released as an Operation Circular on 8 July.
Instead of organizing educational sessions at
the HAHO level, to encouraged to organize it
at the cluster level, Dr. C Y Tse, Dr. Derrick
Au are happy to lead the educational
sessions . A standard set of PowerPoint for
the educational sessions will be prepared to
facilitate the process.                             0   2Hr


Programme Objectives :Vision ~Clinical
Procedures/Operations ~Safe, Effective,
Efficient ~+"Pain~free/Minimal Pain" Mission
~To provide staff training ~To accomplish the
Vision ~Cost~efficient/effective ~Conducive
learning environment Component Objectives : To
update on the knowledge & skills on multiple
trauma subspecialties to include the holistic
care, difficult airway Mx, musculoskeletal
injuries, critical care, thoracic & head injuries
by the TEAM approach with seamless
continuous treatment from the A&E Dept to
the In~pat Wards or ICU.                            0   2Hr
Programme Objectives : ~ Enhance project
management skills for different roles in
project including project sponsor, project
manager and members. ~ Develop a
standard process, methodology and
language in managing major projects
throughout HA. ~ Share good practices on
project management in other organizations.
Component Objectives : This is an intensive
two~day workshop focusing on basic project
management skills and techniques on the
basis of the globally recognised PMBOKR
Guide published by Project Management
Institute (PMI). The workshop is specially
designed for project team leaders or team
coordinators who participate in projects
involving multiple parties.
The objectives of this training programme            0   14Hr
include: 1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on ergonomics~based MHO skill
and common MHO handling aids; 2. To
equip staff with practical skills on how to
transfer patient with proper skill and how to
use the common clinical MHO handling aids
and equipment safely and effectively (all
participants have the hands~on practice on
the use of all handling aids); 3. To strengthen
the knowledge~based concept on risk
assessment for proper selection of MHO
handling aids; 4. To enhance the concept
and skill on implementation of “Smart lift
policy” as well as behavior~based safety
programme, in order to facilitate the culture
development on using MHO aids in clinical
workplace 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in MHO aids. After
completion of this training, all participants will
be competent to safely transfer patient and
properly use the common clinical MHO
handling aids. For enhancing the role of
trainers or coaches, all the participants will
also be able to: 1. Conduct training on the
safe MHO skill and the proper use of clinical
MHO aids to the staff in their workplaces /
hospitals / clinics; 2. Assess the need and
justify the plan to equip the workplaces with        0   2Hr
Understand what it means to own personal
eKG account; Be aware of how medical
literature is organised on eKG; and navigate
the pages of eKG; Select appropriate
information resources and databses.
Conduct simple searches in Ovid Medline,
Embase, CINAHL, multi~file databases              0   2Hr

Be aware of how medical literature is
organized and select best information
resources and databases; Ask answerable
clinical question and turn it into searchable
concepts; Understand search concepts and
apply medical subject headings, search
strategies and filters to net best evidence;
Find systematic reviews / RCTs through
database searching; Update yourself using
Evidence Forum, e~journals and auto~alerts;
Understand the meaning of personal
ownership of My eKG.                              0   3Hr
~ To raise staff's awareness on the
fundamentals of LEAN ~ To enable staff to
implement work improvement event
management and sustainability                     0   1Hr


~ To teach staff members about the concept
of resilience and vulnerabilities to
psychological crisis / trauma ~ To assist staff
members to strengthen their resilience and
stress coping abilities ~ To introduce the
concept of psychoneuroimmunology                  0   6Hr
1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.               1.5   3Hr


1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.               1.5   3Hr

Understand what it means to own personal
eKG account; Be aware of how medical
literature is organised on eKG; and navigate
the pages of eKG; Select appropriate
information resources and databses.
Conduct simple searches in Ovid Medline,
Embase, CINAHL, multi~file databases             0    2Hr
Be aware of how medical literature is
organized and select best information
resources and databases; Ask answerable
clinical question and turn it into searchable
concepts; Understand search concepts and
apply medical subject headings, search
strategies and filters to net best evidence;
Find systematic reviews / RCTs through
database searching; Update yourself using
Evidence Forum, e~journals and auto~alerts;
Understand the meaning of personal
ownership of My eKG.                             0    3Hr
To Update Laboratory Diagnostic Testing
Knowledge                                        1    1Hr


~ to provide staff with information on the
prevention of upper limb fatigue / injury        0    1Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                     1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                     1.5   3.5Hr


To enhance the understanding of participants
in 1) Updates on laboratory automation 2)
Capilary electrophoresis 3) Hemoglobin A1c
testing by spectrophotometric method            3.5   3.5Hr

To enhance the understanding of participants
in 1) Overview of HPLC & UHPLC 2) LCMS
~ quadrupole mass Spectrometry, TOF Mass
Spectrometry 3) Overview of GC, GCMS,
AA, ICP~OES & ICPMS                              3    3Hr
Discussion on Laboratory diagnosis of
Syphilis                                         1    1Hr
   認識全人健康理念與人際關係
增進自我認識與肯定,達個人成長
促進良好的職場人際關係                                      0    6Hr
The program aims at equipping our leaders
with the essential coaching skills to inspire
higher performance, recognize good
performance and confront marginal
performance as well as developing the right
mindset / attitude to support the vision of
'Happy Staff/.                                      0   21Hr
Programme Objectives : ~ To understand key
concepts in existing Anti~discrimination laws
in Hong Kong ~ To raise awareness of the
liabilities under existing anti~discrimination
laws in Hong Kong Component Objectives : ~ To
understand key concepts in existing
Anti~discrimination laws in Hong Kong ~ To
raise awareness of the liabilities under
existing anti~discrimination laws of Hong
Kong                                                1   2Hr

The Guidance for HA Clinicians on Advance
Directives in Adults, together with a set of
Q&A, and HA registered AD Forms were
released as an Operation Circular on 8 July.
Instead of organizing educational sessions at
the HAHO level, to encouraged to organize it
at the cluster level, Dr. C Y Tse, Dr. Derrick
Au are happy to lead the educational
sessions . A standard set of PowerPoint for
the educational sessions will be prepared to
facilitate the process.                             0   2Hr


Programme Objectives :Vision ~Clinical
Procedures/Operations ~Safe, Effective,
Efficient ~+"Pain~free/Minimal Pain" Mission
~To provide staff training ~To accomplish the
Vision ~Cost~efficient/effective ~Conducive
learning environment Component Objectives : To
update on the knowledge & skills on multiple
trauma subspecialties to include the holistic
care, difficult airway Mx, musculoskeletal
injuries, critical care, thoracic & head injuries
by the TEAM approach with seamless
continuous treatment from the A&E Dept to
the In~pat Wards or ICU.                            0   2Hr

Updates on VISA & VRSA                              1   1Hr

Promote awareness of Laboratory Safety
among hospital staff                                2   2Hr
                    Anti~Discrimination
Programme Objectives :
Seminar Component Objectives : To understand
key concepts under the existing
anti~discrimination laws in Hong Kong; To
understand the role and functions of the
Equal Opportunities Commission; To
understand our obligations and rights being a
service provider                                     0    3.5Hr

To discuss with the colleagues the recent
interesting and complicated QAP slides.              1    1Hr
1. 認識5S概念及技巧 2.
適當應用5S技巧於工作地點 3.
協助部門利用5S改善工作環境                                       0    2Hr


Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : ~ Manage
the role transition from a frontline practitioner
to a leader; ~ Apply the principle of effective
leadership and clinical management in the
workplace; ~ Achieve results through and
with others; ~ Take proactive approach to
dance with the changes ahead.                       1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                         1.5   3.5Hr
1. 認識5S概念及技巧 2.
適當應用5S技巧於工作地點 3.
協助部門利用5S改善工作環境                                       0    2Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                       1.5   3.5Hr
                    ~ Identify appropriate
Programme Objectives :
competencies from job descriptions, employ
structured interview questions to assess
these competencies, and practice the skills
of competency based interviewing. ~ Learn
how to interpret and evaluate the information
gathered to reach an objective and informed
decision. Component Objectives : To appreciate
the benefits of using CBI as a selection
method To conduct the selection interview in
a CBI approach To identify the core skills of
CBI                                                  0    3.25Hr




~ To understand key concepts in existing
Anti~discrimination laws in Hong Kong ~ To
raise awareness of the liabilities under
existing anti~discrimination laws in Hong
Kong                                                 1     2Hr


Updating of Current Toxicology Knowledge            1.5   1.5Hr


In house continuous professional education.          1     1Hr


Programme Objectives :Vision ~Clinical
Procedures/Operations ~Safe, Effective,
Efficient ~+"Pain~free/Minimal Pain" Mission
~To provide staff training ~To accomplish the
Vision ~Cost~efficient/effective ~Conducive
learning environment Component Objectives : To
update on the knowledge & skills on multiple
trauma subspecialties to include the holistic
care, difficult airway Mx, musculoskeletal
injuries, critical care, thoracic & head injuries
by the TEAM approach with seamless
continuous treatment from the A&E Dept to
the In~pat Wards or ICU.                             0     2Hr
Programme Objectives : In the 21st century,
creativity is one of the essential factors
contributing to the organizational success.
Employees working in an organization should
be well equipped with skills and techniques to
unlock their creativity and transform ideas in
the workplace to solve problems effectively.
This program aims at providing insight and
practical tools to facilitate managerial and
professional staff of HA to review their
existing perspectives and consider alternative
ways to meet the challenges at work.
Component Objectives : ‧ Appreciate the simplicity
of the Thinkertoys methodology and continue
to apply the toys learned to enhance
efficiency and quality of their routine work ‧
Adopt a structured approach in problem
dissection and idea generation to guarantee
depth and breadth of problem analysis,
quality of idea, and quantity of idea and
fluency of ideation process ‧ Analyze
problem and provide creative ideas intro
practical solutions                                   0    6.5Hr
The program aims at equipping our leaders
with the essential coaching skills to inspire
higher performance, recognize good
performance and confront marginal
performance as well as developing the right
mindset / attitude to support the vision of
'Happy Staff/.                                        0    21Hr


Experience Sharing                                    1    1Hr
1. 認識5S概念及技巧 2.
適當應用5S技巧於工作地點 3.
協助部門利用5S改善工作環境                                        0    2Hr
To introduce to the colleagues the latest
technology for haemoglobinopathy.                     1    1Hr

To Update Toxicology Knowledge                       6.5   6.5Hr

To enhance the understanding of participants
in 1) Coagulation cascade 2) General
coagulation tests and quality assurance 3)
Coagulation analyzers 4) Validation of
coagulation assays, instruments and
reagents 5) Thrombophilia: clinical
presentation & laboratory findings                    3    3Hr
To enhance the understanding of participants
in 1) Normal blood cell morphology &
morphological changes in diseases 2)
Staining artifacts and blood parasites 3)
Blood film examination and reporting            3.5   3.5Hr

1. Diagnose the web of causes behind any
problem and create powerful strategies for
driving change 2. Identify a handful of
high~leverage behaviors that, if changed,
can lead to desire d results 3. Rely less on
formal authority and more on ways to
motivate and enable others to alter their
behavior 4. Use the Influencer model to
develop and apply a robust influence strategy    0    14Hr


Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : ~
Appreciate the importance of "keeping proper
books and records" and its relevance to
non~financial managers. ~ Understand their
role in financial management in discharging
their duties. ~ Aware of the relevance and
application of HA's financial control
framework and financial risks to their
day~to~day operation. ~ Able to comprehend
and make use of simple financial reports
from ERP system.                                1.5   3.5Hr

The programme is based on the best~selling
book of "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective
People" by Dr Stephen Covey. The 7 Habits
are essential principles to guide you to
achieve effectiveness in both work and
personal lives. Upon completion, you will: ~
Increase awareness on the importance of
character, integrity and work ethics ~ Better
understand 'effectiveness' at both personal
and professional level ~ Develop win~win
relationships and synergistic collaboration ~
Foster work~life balance                        1.5   3.5Hr
~ To teach staff members about the concept
of resilience and vulnerabilities to
psychological crisis / trauma ~ To assist staff
members to strengthen their resilience and
stress coping abilities ~ To introduce the
concept of psychoneuroimmunology                   0     6Hr


Experience sharing.                                1     1Hr
Updating Current Diagnostic Assay
Knowledge                                          1     1Hr

The programme is based on the best~selling
book of "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective
People" by Dr Stephen Covey which has
helped people see, think and act differently,
providing insights on the way of developing
both personal and public victory.                 8.5   17.5Hr

1. Discuss lean principles, lean concepts,
lean terminology and the key elements of a
lean transformation 2. Explain the value
stream and be able to draw a value stream
map 3. Identify the 8 common wastes in the
daily operation 4. Apply lean tools (Standard
of Work, 6S, Gemba, Poka Yoke, Value
Stream Analysis, Visual Management) &
quality tools (cause and effect diagram, 5
whys, Spaghetti diagram, Hand~off Chart,
A3, Pareto Chart, Kano Chart) to obtain
desired outcomes 5. Participate and Lead a
Rapid Improvement Event                            0    60Hr
The objectives of this training programme
include: 1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on ergonomics~based MHO skill
and common MHO handling aids; 2. To
equip staff with practical skills on how to
transfer patient with proper skill and how to
use the common clinical MHO handling aids
and equipment safely and effectively (all
participants have the hands~on practice on
the use of all handling aids); 3. To strengthen
the knowledge~based concept on risk
assessment for proper selection of MHO
handling aids; 4. To enhance the concept
and skill on implementation of “Smart lift
policy” as well as behavior~based safety
programme, in order to facilitate the culture
development on using MHO aids in clinical
workplace 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in MHO aids. After
completion of this training, all participants will
be competent to safely transfer patient and
properly use the common clinical MHO
handling aids. For enhancing the role of
trainers or coaches, all the participants will
also be able to: 1. Conduct training on the
safe MHO skill and the proper use of clinical
MHO aids to the staff in their workplaces /
hospitals / clinics; 2. Assess the need and
justify the plan to equip the workplaces with         0     2Hr




                    Discussion on clinically
Programme Objectives :
important toxicology cases. Component Objectives
: Discussion on clinical important toxicology
cases.                                               1.5   1.25Hr

~ To teach staff members about the concept
of resilience and vulnerabilities to
psychological crisis / trauma ~ To assist staff
members to strengthen their resilience and
stress coping abilities ~ To introduce the
concept of psychoneuroimmunology                      0     6Hr
1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.               1.5   3Hr


1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.               1.5   3Hr
The Guidance for HA Clinicians on Advance
Directives in Adults, together with a set of
Q&A, and HA registered AD Forms were
released as an Operation Circular on 8 July.
Instead of organizing educational sessions at
the HAHO level, to encouraged to organize it
at the cluster level, Dr. C Y Tse, Dr. Derrick
Au are happy to lead the educational
sessions . A standard set of PowerPoint for
the educational sessions will be prepared to
facilitate the process.                           0    2Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                      1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                      1.5   3.5Hr

1. Discuss lean principles, lean concepts,
lean terminology and the key elements of a
lean transformation 2. Explain the value
stream and be able to draw a value stream
map 3. Identify the 8 common wastes in the
daily operation 4. Apply lean tools (Standard
of Work, 6S, Gemba, Poka Yoke, Value
Stream Analysis, Visual Management) &
quality tools (cause and effect diagram, 5
whys, Spaghetti diagram, Hand~off Chart,
A3, Pareto Chart, Kano Chart) to obtain
desired outcomes 5. Participate and Lead a
Rapid Improvement Event                           0    60Hr
To Update Knowledge in CAP~LAP                    1    1Hr
To share with colleagues the results of
comparison between GeneHom PCR &
Baclite System for MRSA Screening                 1    1Hr
本課程目標為透過學習和臨床觀察,除提升學
員對中醫中藥、針灸等的基本概念外;並為學
員增進中醫護理知識,以加強與病人的溝通;
同時更可將中醫藥融入個人日常生活中,提高
情志、飲食調理等養生方法。                                     0   16Hr

To review the EQAP result (2009~2010) and
to update the knowledge on parasitology,
mycology, and mycobateriology.                    1   1Hr

~ To structure ideas simply and persuasively
~ To organize ideas while talking ~ To
flesh~out ideas with memorable examples ~
To avoid common communication traps ~ To
answer questions quickly and coherently,
especially when under fire ~ To deal with
hostile situations or handle objections
positively ~ To use techniques to identify
listeners' hopes, fears and background
knowledge                                         0   13Hr


Programme Objectives : To enhance the specific
knowledge of nurses in preventing pressure
ulcer and advanced wound management
Component Objectives : Upon completion of the
course, the participants will be able to:
Actualize the principles in the pressure ulcers
prevention and management. Understand the
pathogenesis and physiology of pressure
ulcers. Recognize the proper positioning and
seating in pressure ulcers prevention.
Realize the role of physiotherapy in pressure
ulcers prevention and management. Assess
and document the ulcers according to the
classification of wounds. Learn the technique
on preparation of wound bed. Describe the
management of wound infection. Identify the
indication and contraindication of different
wound care products for different types of
wounds.                                           0   5Hr
Promote awareness of safe use of display
screen equipment among staff, in particular
those newly recrited staff required frequently
use of DSE                                           0   1.5Hr


Programme Objectives : In the 21st century,
creativity is one of the essential factors
contributing to the organizational success.
Employees working in an organization should
be well equipped with skills and techniques to
unlock their creativity and transform ideas in
the workplace to solve problems effectively.
This program aims at providing insight and
practical tools to facilitate managerial and
professional staff of HA to review their
existing perspectives and consider alternative
ways to meet the challenges at work.
Component Objectives : ‧ Appreciate the simplicity
of the Thinkertoys methodology and continue
to apply the toys learned to enhance
efficiency and quality of their routine work ‧
Adopt a structured approach in problem
dissection and idea generation to guarantee
depth and breadth of problem analysis,
quality of idea, and quantity of idea and
fluency of ideation process ‧ Analyze
problem and provide creative ideas intro
practical solutions                                  0   6.5Hr

The Guidance for HA Clinicians on Advance
Directives in Adults, together with a set of
Q&A, and HA registered AD Forms were
released as an Operation Circular on 8 July.
Instead of organizing educational sessions at
the HAHO level, to encouraged to organize it
at the cluster level, Dr. C Y Tse, Dr. Derrick
Au are happy to lead the educational
sessions . A standard set of PowerPoint for
the educational sessions will be prepared to
facilitate the process.                              0   2Hr
                     Vision ~Clinical
Programme Objectives :
Procedures/Operations ~Safe, Effective,
Efficient ~+"Pain~free/Minimal Pain" Mission
~To provide staff training ~To accomplish the
Vision ~Cost~efficient/effective ~Conducive
learning environment Component Objectives :
Deaths caused by Domestic violence have
aroused substantial concern in Hong Kong in
the recent years. To address this critical
issue to identify the aetiology and to
formulate the preventive strategy, Harmony
House in conjunction with the NTWC
conducts this Symposium with input from
poly~facet specialties with the aim to sharpen
the knowledge and sensitivity of the
professionals, government and the
community through this multi~disciplinary
forum with a conducive platform to share and
exchange not only experience but expertise
to strengthen the cross~sector collaboration
to save lives. Distinguished speakers from
the government, healthcare, social service
and education sectors will talk on their
specific & conjoint perspectives. Your
participation with your colleagues in this
Symposium would definitely affirm the
importance of stopping Domestic Violence in
Hong Kong !                                        0    4Hr


Programme Objectives : 1. To enhance
communication among healthcare workers in
the fields of Infectious Diseases,
Microbiology, Epidemiology and Public
Health 2. To share updated knowledge in
Infectious Diseases, Infection Control,
Epidemiology and Public Health for trainees
in different specialties 3. To discuss hot
topics of public concern 4. To discuss clinical
management of interesting / difficult cases
Component Objectives : Update on epidemiology
and management of infectious diseases As a
platform for sharing and discussion on
management of emerging/ re~emerging
infections, and difficult clinical cases          0.5   1Hr

Updates on laboratory safety issues                1    1Hr

In house continuous professional education.        1    1Hr
1. To promote continuing professional
development through self~learning and
knowledge exchange 2. To provide
up~to~date information in the latest
advancement and professional knowledge in
the field of Chemical Pathology and
laboratory medicine.                             1     1Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                     1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                     1.5   3.5Hr

The programme is based on the best~selling
book of "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective
People" by Dr Stephen Covey. The 7 Habits
are essential principles to guide you to
achieve effectiveness in both work and
personal lives. Upon completion, you will: ~
Increase awareness on the importance of
character, integrity and work ethics ~ Better
understand 'effectiveness' at both personal
and professional level ~ Develop win~win
relationships and synergistic collaboration ~
Foster work~life balance                        1.5   3.5Hr

1. Diagnose the web of causes behind any
problem and create powerful strategies for
driving change 2. Identify a handful of
high~leverage behaviors that, if changed,
can lead to desire d results 3. Rely less on
formal authority and more on ways to
motivate and enable others to alter their
behavior 4. Use the Influencer model to
develop and apply a robust influence strategy    0    14Hr
1. 加深學員對個人危機處理的知識 2.
提供實際練習的機會,讓學員進一步掌握有關
心靈急救的溝通技巧                                        0    6.25Hr
1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                0   7Hr

The Guidance for HA Clinicians on Advance
Directives in Adults, together with a set of
Q&A, and HA registered AD Forms were
released as an Operation Circular on 8 July.
Instead of organizing educational sessions at
the HAHO level, to encouraged to organize it
at the cluster level, Dr. C Y Tse, Dr. Derrick
Au are happy to lead the educational
sessions . A standard set of PowerPoint for
the educational sessions will be prepared to
facilitate the process.                          0   2Hr

To help colleagues to become familiarized
with the recent update on laboratory safety
and document control system                      1   1Hr

Programme Objectives : ~Introduction to learn
thinking for healthcare ~How to apply value
Stream Mapping to healthcare ~Increase
hours per patirnt care ~Reduce inventory
costs ~Improve patient satisfaction scores
Component Objectives : The basic concepts of
Lean thinking The bottom~up component of
Lean in NTWC How to give Kaizen
suggestions The importance if their
participation                                    0   1Hr

To Update Knowledge in CAP ~ LAP                 1   1Hr
Programme Objectives :To enhance the
workplace violence knowledge and
management skills of staff with specific focus
on the safety, physical & psychological
well~being or health in a wide variety of
healthcare environment, including general,
psychiatric, outreaching, rehabilitative and
ambulatory settings. Component Objectives : (i)
Enhance the sense of self~care for stress
management & burnout prevention through
experimental body~mind~spirit integrative
training; (ii) Build positive psychological
capacities of healthcare professionals for the
betterment of workplace spirituality &
reduction of violence & burnout; and (iii)
Polish the communication skills of healthcare
staff for the betterment of relationships with
the service users & the members from the
healthcare team.                                  0   14Hr


Programme Objectives :To enhance the
workplace violence knowledge and
management skills of staff with specific focus
on the safety, physical & psychological
well~being or health in a wide variety of
healthcare environment, including general,
psychiatric, outreaching, rehabilitative and
ambulatory settings. Component Objectives : (i)
Enhance the sense of self~care for stress
management & burnout prevention through
experimental body~mind~spirit integrative
training; (ii) Build positive psychological
capacities of healthcare professionals for the
betterment of workplace spirituality &
reduction of violence & burnout; and (iii)
Polish the communication skills of healthcare
staff for the betterment of relationships with
the service users & the members from the
healthcare team.                                  0   14Hr
Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                  1.5   3.5Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                  1.5   3.5Hr

To help colleagues to become familiarized
with the recent SOP update on Blood culture,
CSF and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing
and the Equipment Maintenance protocol          1    1Hr

Refreshing & updating safety aspects &
calibration in Anatomical Pathology             1    1Hr

To Update Knowledge in CAP~LAP                  1    1Hr
1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.               0   7Hr


Experience sharing.                             1   1Hr

Discussion on laboratory re~assessment and
introduce the quality management system
and laboratory accreditation to new recruits.   2   2Hr

There are 5 Moudles; Module I: Leadership;
Module II: Mastering Motivation; ModuleIII:
Building Beliefs, Self Leadership & Setting
Goals; Module IV: Decision Making; Module
V: Compelling Leadership Communication          7   14Hr

1. Discuss lean principles, lean concepts,
lean terminology and the key elements of a
lean transformation 2. Explain the value
stream and be able to draw a value stream
map 3. Identify the 8 common wastes in the
daily operation 4. Apply lean tools (Standard
of Work, 6S, Gemba, Poka Yoke, Value
Stream Analysis, Visual Management) &
quality tools (cause and effect diagram, 5
whys, Spaghetti diagram, Hand~off Chart,
A3, Pareto Chart, Kano Chart) to obtain
desired outcomes 5. Participate and Lead a
Rapid Improvement Event                         0   60Hr
Programme Objectives : Build a "People First"
culture in HKEC Enhance the management
skills of middle managers in HKEC A
cluster~wide management programme;
complementary to the HAHO~driven
Executive Leadership Programme (ELP) and
HA Leadership Pipeline (HALP) Component
Objectives : Build a "People First" culture in
HKEC; Enhance the management skills of
middle managers in HKEC; A cluster~wde
management programme;complementary to
the HAHO~driven Executive Leadership
Programme (ELP) and HA Leadership
Pipeline (HALP)                                   0   26Hr

To share sentinel events of Kowloon East
Cluster in the past year.                         0   1Hr

~ To teach staff members about the concept
of resilience and vulnerabilities to
psychological crisis / trauma ~ To assist staff
members to strengthen their resilience and
stress coping abilities ~ To introduce the
concept of psychoneuroimmunology                  0   6Hr
To Update Knowledge in CAP~LAP                    1   1Hr

~ Appreciate the values and importance of
internal communication at different settings ~
Understand the different internal
communication strategies to lead and
influence different level of staff ~ Enhance
communication skills for different audiences
and situation for better collaboration            0   6.5Hr
1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.               1.5   3Hr


1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.               1.5   3Hr
Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                  1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                    1.5   3.5Hr

1. 加深學員對個人危機處理的知識 2.
提供實際練習的機會,讓學員進一步掌握有關
心靈急救的溝通技巧                                       0    6.25Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                    1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                    1.5   3.5Hr
The objectives of this training programme
include: 1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on ergonomics~based MHO skill
and common MHO handling aids; 2. To
equip staff with practical skills on how to
transfer patient with proper skill and how to
use the common clinical MHO handling aids
and equipment safely and effectively (all
participants have the hands~on practice on
the use of all handling aids); 3. To strengthen
the knowledge~based concept on risk
assessment for proper selection of MHO
handling aids; 4. To enhance the concept
and skill on implementation of “Smart lift
policy” as well as behavior~based safety
programme, in order to facilitate the culture
development on using MHO aids in clinical
workplace 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in MHO aids. After
completion of this training, all participants will
be competent to safely transfer patient and
properly use the common clinical MHO
handling aids. For enhancing the role of
trainers or coaches, all the participants will
also be able to: 1. Conduct training on the
safe MHO skill and the proper use of clinical
MHO aids to the staff in their workplaces /
hospitals / clinics; 2. Assess the need and
justify the plan to equip the workplaces with        0   2Hr


1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                    0   4Hr
1. Structure information in reports/proposals
in a more linguistically scientific way 2.
Design information so that their reports are
clear and logical 3. Produce
reports/proposals that are well received by
readers ~ Identify problems and solutions,
highlight the impact of problems and suggest
action in reports as well as ending with a
concrete solution 4. Develop a set of
communication skills that will help them to
write more effective reports that get results
and actions                                       0    11.25Hr




Provide Commissioned Training for
Pathologists, Clinician, Scientist and Medical
Technologist on the recent advances in
genetic and genomic science from both the
global and local prospectives.                   6.5    6.5Hr

1. Discuss lean principles, lean concepts,
lean terminology and the key elements of a
lean transformation 2. Explain the value
stream and be able to draw a value stream
map 3. Identify the 8 common wastes in the
daily operation 4. Apply lean tools (Standard
of Work, 6S, Gemba, Poka Yoke, Value
Stream Analysis, Visual Management) &
quality tools (cause and effect diagram, 5
whys, Spaghetti diagram, Hand~off Chart,
A3, Pareto Chart, Kano Chart) to obtain
desired outcomes 5. Participate and Lead a
Rapid Improvement Event                           0     60Hr
1. Recent developments in molecular
pathology 2. Application of various molecular
techniques in disease diagnosis and
management.                                        4    4Hr


1. Recent developments in molecular
pathology 2. Application of various molecular
techniques in disease diagnosis and
management.                                       2.5   2.5Hr
To Update Knowledge in CAP~LAP                      1    1Hr


Programme Objectives :To enhance the
workplace violence knowledge and
management skills of staff with specific focus
on the safety, physical & psychological
well~being or health in a wide variety of
healthcare environment, including general,
psychiatric, outreaching, rehabilitative and
ambulatory settings. Component Objectives : (i)
Enhance the sense of self~care for stress
management & burnout prevention through
experimental body~mind~spirit integrative
training; (ii) Build positive psychological
capacities of healthcare professionals for the
betterment of workplace spirituality &
reduction of violence & burnout; and (iii)
Polish the communication skills of healthcare
staff for the betterment of relationships with
the service users & the members from the
healthcare team.                                   0    14Hr

This program is designed to teach
participants the fundamentals of crisis
intervention services and a specific protocol
for Group Crisis Intervention Services.            0    6.5Hr




1. Recent developments in molecular
pathology 2. Application of various molecular
techniques in disease diagnosis and
management.                                        4    4Hr
1. Recent developments in molecular
pathology 2. Application of various molecular
techniques in disease diagnosis and
management.                                         2.5   2.5Hr


Programme Objectives :To enhance the
workplace violence knowledge and
management skills of staff with specific focus
on the safety, physical & psychological
well~being or health in a wide variety of
healthcare environment, including general,
psychiatric, outreaching, rehabilitative and
ambulatory settings. Component Objectives : (i)
Enhance the sense of self~care for stress
management & burnout prevention through
experimental body~mind~spirit integrative
training; (ii) Build positive psychological
capacities of healthcare professionals for the
betterment of workplace spirituality &
reduction of violence & burnout; and (iii)
Polish the communication skills of healthcare
staff for the betterment of relationships with
the service users & the members from the
healthcare team.                                     0    14Hr




Clinical knowledge updating                          0    6.5Hr


Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : ~ Manage
the role transition from a frontline practitioner
to a leader; ~ Apply the principle of effective
leadership and clinical management in the
workplace; ~ Achieve results through and
with others; ~ Take proactive approach to
dance with the changes ahead.                       1.5   3.5Hr
Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                      1.5   3.5Hr
To provide participants with structured
opportunities to develop as educated
consumers of health sciences research             0    25Hr
To provide participants with structured
opportunities to develop as educated
consumers of health sciences research             0    25Hr

To introduce the ISCH criteria for disignation
by WHO CCCSP and sharing of best hospital
practices in both rpivate and public sector       0    3Hr




Updating of Current Toxicology Knowledge         1.5   1.5Hr


1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                 0    7.5Hr
                    1. To share the findings of
Programme Objectives :
the Infection Control Capacity Survey in the
HA 2. To explore collaborative opportunities
between the Infection Control Branch (ICB),
Centre for Health Protection (CHP) and HA
hospitals 3. To solicit views on the annual
plan and future direction of the Infectious
Disease Control Training Centre (IDCTC) /
ICB, CHP Component Objectives : To introduce
the electronic channel for infection control
and infectious disease information and
knowledge dissemination To update on the
local dengue fever cases and case
investigation form public health aspects          0.5   1.5Hr

Programme Objectives :~ To understand key
concepts in existing Anti~discrimination laws
in Hong Kong ~ To raise awareness of the
liabilities under existing anti~discrimination
laws in Hong Kong Component Objectives : ~
Enhance self~awareness on the importance
of complying with both the legal and
administrative requirements on prevention of
corruption ~ Refresh and beware of
upholding a high ethical standard especially
at workplace                                      0.5   1Hr

Programme Objectives : ~Introduction to learn
thinking for healthcare ~How to apply value
Stream Mapping to healthcare ~Increase
hours per patirnt care ~Reduce inventory
costs ~Improve patient satisfaction scores
Component Objectives : 1. how to identify and
reduce waste in healthcare setting 2. how
Lean tools can improve patient as well as
non~patient care processes 3. how to use
Lean tools as the basis for improvement 4.
how to draw value stream map processes 5.
how to write A3 reports                            0    14Hr
To enhance alertness of staff towards quality
and safety issues with a view to effecting
behavioural changes in daily health care
practices                                         0.5   1Hr
1. To promote continuing professional
development through self~learning and
knowledge exchange 2. To provide
up~to~date information in the latest
advancement and professional knowledge in
the field of Chemical Pathology and
laboratory medicine.                              0.5   0.5Hr
The course is aimed to equip participants
with basic skills in operating SPSS for
statistical analyses. The target participants
are those allied health professionals who
have basic understanding in research and
statistics, and wish to have hands~on
practice on SPSS.                               0   4Hr


1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.               0   7.5Hr

The course is aimed to equip participants
with basic skills in operating SPSS for
statistical analyses. The target participants
are those allied health professionals who
have basic understanding in research and
statistics, and wish to have hands~on
practice on SPSS.                               0   4Hr

To enhance the understanding of participants
in 1) Common infections of Urinary Tract,
Gastrointestinal System & Genital Tract in
Hong Kong 2) Bacterial culture methods 3)
Pathogens identification & sensitivity test     3   3Hr
Programme Objectives :To enhance the
workplace violence knowledge and
management skills of staff with specific focus
on the safety, physical & psychological
well~being or health in a wide variety of
healthcare environment, including general,
psychiatric, outreaching, rehabilitative and
ambulatory settings. Component Objectives : (i)
Enhance the sense of self~care for stress
management & burnout prevention through
experimental body~mind~spirit integrative
training; (ii) Build positive psychological
capacities of healthcare professionals for the
betterment of workplace spirituality &
reduction of violence & burnout; and (iii)
Polish the communication skills of healthcare
staff for the betterment of relationships with
the service users & the members from the
healthcare team.                                   0    14Hr

Programme Objectives :~ To understand key
concepts in existing Anti~discrimination laws
in Hong Kong ~ To raise awareness of the
liabilities under existing anti~discrimination
laws in Hong Kong Component Objectives : To
raise HKEC Staff members' awareness of
privacy risks in their everyday work and to
assist them in taking appropriate
precautionary steps to protect patients' data     0.5   1.5Hr
The objectives of this training programme
include: 1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on ergonomics~based MHO skill
and common MHO handling aids; 2. To
equip staff with practical skills on how to
transfer patient with proper skill and how to
use the common clinical MHO handling aids
and equipment safely and effectively (all
participants have the hands~on practice on
the use of all handling aids); 3. To strengthen
the knowledge~based concept on risk
assessment for proper selection of MHO
handling aids; 4. To enhance the concept
and skill on implementation of “Smart lift
policy” as well as behavior~based safety
programme, in order to facilitate the culture
development on using MHO aids in clinical
workplace 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in MHO aids. After
completion of this training, all participants will
be competent to safely transfer patient and
properly use the common clinical MHO
handling aids. For enhancing the role of
trainers or coaches, all the participants will
also be able to: 1. Conduct training on the
safe MHO skill and the proper use of clinical
MHO aids to the staff in their workplaces /
hospitals / clinics; 2. Assess the need and
justify the plan to equip the workplaces with         0    4Hr




Update on AI                                         0.5   1Hr

Programme Objectives :~ To understand key
concepts in existing Anti~discrimination laws
in Hong Kong ~ To raise awareness of the
liabilities under existing anti~discrimination
laws in Hong Kong Component Objectives : To
recognise the key condepts of the ECO To
understand the proper ways of tacking IOD
cases and the legal lialilities involved when
managing such cases                                  1.5   3Hr
Diseases of the respiratory system are very
important components of Critical Care
Medicine. Nurses and allied health
professionals working both inside and
outside of the Intensive Care Unit will
encounter patients with acute respiratory
conditions. This course will lead you through
common respiratory problems and
emergencies with 6 lectures and 9 hands~on
workshops.                                      0   3Hr

Programme Objectives : ~Introduction to learn
thinking for healthcare ~How to apply value
Stream Mapping to healthcare ~Increase
hours per patirnt care ~Reduce inventory
costs ~Improve patient satisfaction scores
Component Objectives : The basic concepts of
Lean thinking The bottom~up component of
Lean in NTWC How to give Kaizen
suggestions The importance if their
participation                                   0   1Hr
1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                0    7.5Hr

To Update Knowledge in CAP~LAP                   1    1Hr

To enhance the understanding of participants
in 1) Common infections of Blood, Central
Nervous System & miscellaneous infections
in Hong Kong 2) Bacterial culture methods 3)
Pathogens identification & sensitivity test      3    3Hr
To learn the new molecular technology on
rapid detection of pathogens.                    1    1Hr

In house continuous professional education.      1    1Hr


Experience sharing                               1    1Hr

The NTWC Quality Conference is a two~day
event featuring keynote lectures by
renowned speakers, workshops and quality
improvement project competition. This year,
the theme of the Conference is:"Enrich the
Soul Excel in Action"~修養心靈追求卓越.                 1.5   3Hr

The NTWC Quality Conference is a two~day
event featuring keynote lectures by
renowned speakers, workshops and quality
improvement project competition. This year,
the theme of the Conference is:"Enrich the
Soul Excel in Action"~修養心靈追求卓越.                 1.5   3Hr
The NTWC Quality Conference is a two~day
event featuring keynote lectures by
renowned speakers, workshops and quality
improvement project competition. This year,
the theme of the Conference is:"Enrich the
Soul Excel in Action"~修養心靈追求卓越.                  1.5    3Hr


The NTWC Quality Conference is a two~day
event featuring keynote lectures by
renowned speakers, workshops and quality
improvement project competition. This year,
the theme of the Conference is:"Enrich the
Soul Excel in Action"~修養心靈追求卓越.                  1.5   3.75Hr

To update the knowledge of new blood
culture system.                                   1     1Hr

ICU is a high~tech and high~risk
environment where plenty of clinical
information is processed for the provision of
best care to the critically ill. To reduce the
risk and improve efficiency, we resort to
information technology by utilizing 'Clinical
Information System (CIS)' for daily patient
management. With the installation CIS
across ICUs in HK, many ICUs are becoming
more and more 'paperless'.                        0     6Hr




The NTWC Quality Conference is a two~day
event featuring keynote lectures by
renowned speakers, workshops and quality
improvement project competition. This year,
the theme of the Conference is:"Enrich the
Soul Excel in Action"~修養心靈追求卓越.                  1.5   3.16Hr
Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                    1.5   3.5Hr

                    ~ Identify appropriate
Programme Objectives :
competencies from job descriptions, employ
structured interview questions to assess
these competencies, and practice the skills
of competency based interviewing. ~ Learn
how to interpret and evaluate the information
gathered to reach an objective and informed
decision. Component Objectives : To appreciate
the benefits of using CBI as a selection
method To conduct the selection interview in
a CBI approach To identify the core skills of
CBI                                               0    3.25Hr


1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                 0    7.5Hr
Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                       1.5   3.5Hr


Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : ~
Appreciate the importance of "keeping proper
books and records" and its relevance to
non~financial managers. ~ Understand their
role in financial management in discharging
their duties. ~ Aware of the relevance and
application of HA's financial control
framework and financial risks to their
day~to~day operation. ~ Able to comprehend
and make use of simple financial reports
from ERP system.                                    1.5   3.5Hr

Programme Objectives : ~ Enhance project
management skills for different roles in
project including project sponsor, project
manager and members. ~ Develop a
standard process, methodology and
language in managing major projects
throughout HA. ~ Share good practices on
project management in other organizations.
Component Objectives : This is an intensive
two~day workshop focusing on the
implementation of the project management
skills and techniques on the basis of the
globally recognised PMBOKR Guide
published by Project Management Institute
(PMI). It is specially designed for senior
leaders who lead projects with multiple
parties involved. Systematic cycle from
project initiation to project closing is covered.    0    14Hr
Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : Acquire
skills in Organizing thoughts and ideas
logically Wrte and reply emails with proper
etiquette and skills Familiarize with different
types of report and proposals Avoid common
writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness                                       1.5   3.5Hr


Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : ~ Manage
the role transition from a frontline practitioner
to a leader; ~ Apply the principle of effective
leadership and clinical management in the
workplace; ~ Achieve results through and
with others; ~ Take proactive approach to
dance with the changes ahead.                       1.5   3.5Hr

1. 加深學員對個人危機處理的知識 2.
提供實際練習的機會,讓學員進一步掌握有關
心靈急救的溝通技巧                                            0    6.25Hr
To share continuous quality improvement
(CQI) programs implemented in various
departments.                                         0     1Hr

1. Make the best use of multiple types of
meetings – contextual structure 2. Plan and
conduct meetings that deliver outcomes 3.
Equip with essential facilitation techniques
and meeting management tools 4. Create an
inviting and innovative meeting atmosphere
5. Follow up action items effectively                0    3.75Hr

1. To equip staff members knowledge on
resilience and vulnerabilities to psychological
crisis / trauma; 2. To assist staff members to
build resilience with teachings on Positive
Psychology; 3. To introduce the concept of
psychoneuroimmunology.                               0     6Hr
1. To equip staff members knowledge on
resilience and vulnerabilities to psychological
crisis / trauma; 2. To assist staff members to
build resilience with teachings on Positive
Psychology; 3. To introduce the concept of
psychoneuroimmunology.                             0    6Hr

Programme Objectives :~ To understand key
concepts in existing Anti~discrimination laws
in Hong Kong ~ To raise awareness of the
liabilities under existing anti~discrimination
laws in Hong Kong Component Objectives : ~
Enhance self~awareness on the importance
of complying with both the legal and
administrative requirements on prevention of
corruption ~ Refresh and beware of
upholding a high ethical standard especially
at workplace                                      0.5   1Hr




1. The art and science of happiness 2. to be
a happier staff 3. sharing experience              0    1.5Hr
Updates on CRE strain                              1     1Hr


1.to realize the impact of health economics
on laboratory medicine; 2.to understand the
strategy of how pathology services in
different localities are reshaped, staffed and
delivered to maximize the influence of the
laboratory results on the management of
patients; 3.to identify, evaluate and avoid
errors in pathology service.                      3.5   3.5Hr
1.to realize the impact of health economics
on laboratory medicine; 2.to understand the
strategy of how pathology services in
different localities are reshaped, staffed and
delivered to maximize the influence of the
laboratory results on the management of
patients; 3.to identify, evaluate and avoid
errors in pathology service.                       3     3Hr


Programme Objectives :To enhance the
workplace violence knowledge and
management skills of staff with specific focus
on the safety, physical & psychological
well~being or health in a wide variety of
healthcare environment, including general,
psychiatric, outreaching, rehabilitative and
ambulatory settings. Component Objectives : (i)
Enhance the sense of self~care for stress
management & burnout prevention through
experimental body~mind~spirit integrative
training; (ii) Build positive psychological
capacities of healthcare professionals for the
betterment of workplace spirituality &
reduction of violence & burnout; and (iii)
Polish the communication skills of healthcare
staff for the betterment of relationships with
the service users & the members from the
healthcare team.                                   0    14Hr

The theme for this Convention is “Staff
Wellness, Our Happiness 安健職員
快樂泉源”. We are delighted that Prof.
Ignatius Tak~sun YU, Head, Division of
Occupational and Environmental Health,
School of Public Health and Primary Care,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, has
kindly accepted our invitation to be our
keynote speaker. The Convention will include
three panel discussions titled “Physical
Wellbeing”, “Staff Support” and “Spiritual
Wellness”. Experts from healthcare and
other industries will participate and share
their valuable knowledge and experiences.          0    5.25Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                       1.5   3.5Hr
Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                       1.5   3.5Hr

1.to realize the impact of health economics
on laboratory medicine; 2.to understand the
strategy of how pathology services in
different localities are reshaped, staffed and
delivered to maximize the influence of the
laboratory results on the management of
patients; 3.to identify, evaluate and avoid
errors in pathology service.                       4    4Hr


Programme Objectives :To enhance the
workplace violence knowledge and
management skills of staff with specific focus
on the safety, physical & psychological
well~being or health in a wide variety of
healthcare environment, including general,
psychiatric, outreaching, rehabilitative and
ambulatory settings. Component Objectives : (i)
Enhance the sense of self~care for stress
management & burnout prevention through
experimental body~mind~spirit integrative
training; (ii) Build positive psychological
capacities of healthcare professionals for the
betterment of workplace spirituality &
reduction of violence & burnout; and (iii)
Polish the communication skills of healthcare
staff for the betterment of relationships with
the service users & the members from the
healthcare team.                                   0    14Hr

Programme Objectives :~ To understand key
concepts in existing Anti~discrimination laws
in Hong Kong ~ To raise awareness of the
liabilities under existing anti~discrimination
laws in Hong Kong Component Objectives : To
raise HKEC Staff members' awareness of
privacy risks in their everyday work and to
assist them in taking appropriate
precautionary steps to protect patients' data     0.5   1.5Hr
~ Appreciate the values and importance of
internal communication at different settings ~
Understand the different internal
communication strategies to lead and
influence different level of staff ~ Enhance
communication skills for different audiences
and situation for better collaboration
The objectives of this training programme            0   6.5Hr
include: 1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on ergonomics~based MHO skill
and common MHO handling aids; 2. To
equip staff with practical skills on how to
transfer patient with proper skill and how to
use the common clinical MHO handling aids
and equipment safely and effectively (all
participants have the hands~on practice on
the use of all handling aids); 3. To strengthen
the knowledge~based concept on risk
assessment for proper selection of MHO
handling aids; 4. To enhance the concept
and skill on implementation of “Smart lift
policy” as well as behavior~based safety
programme, in order to facilitate the culture
development on using MHO aids in clinical
workplace 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in MHO aids. After
completion of this training, all participants will
be competent to safely transfer patient and
properly use the common clinical MHO
handling aids. For enhancing the role of
trainers or coaches, all the participants will
also be able to: 1. Conduct training on the
safe MHO skill and the proper use of clinical
MHO aids to the staff in their workplaces /
hospitals / clinics; 2. Assess the need and
justify the plan to equip the workplaces with        0   2Hr
1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                 0   2.5Hr

To Prepare Leaders to Implement an
Effective Organization and Community ACP
Program                                           0   15.5Hr


~ To teach staff members about the concept
of resilience and vulnerabilities to
psychological crisis / trauma ~ To assist staff
members to strengthen their resilience and
stress coping abilities ~ To introduce the
concept of psychoneuroimmunology                  0    6Hr

Update of Clinical Information                    1    1Hr

Programme Objectives : ~Introduction to learn
thinking for healthcare ~How to apply value
Stream Mapping to healthcare ~Increase
hours per patirnt care ~Reduce inventory
costs ~Improve patient satisfaction scores
Component Objectives : The basic concepts of
Lean thinking The bottom~up component of
Lean in NTWC How to give Kaizen
suggestions The importance if their
participation                                     0    1Hr
1. To promote continuing professional
development through self~learning and
knowledge exchange 2. To provide
up~to~date information in the latest
advancement and professional knowledge in
the field of Chemical Pathology and
laboratory medicine.                              0.5   0.5Hr


Programme Objectives : In the 21st century,
creativity is one of the essential factors
contributing to the organizational success.
Employees working in an organization should
be well equipped with skills and techniques to
unlock their creativity and transform ideas in
the workplace to solve problems effectively.
This program aims at providing insight and
practical tools to facilitate managerial and
professional staff of HA to review their
existing perspectives and consider alternative
ways to meet the challenges at work.
Component Objectives : the essential factors
contributing to the organizational success;
Well equipped with skills and techniques to
unlock their creativity and transform ideas in
the workplace to solve problems effectively;
To facilitate managerial and professional
staff of HA to review their existing
perspectives and consider alternative ways to
meet the challenges at work                        0    3Hr
Promotes the advancement of a mental
health programme in Hong Kong in its
broadest medical, social and recreational
aspects, covering the needs of both the
mentally ill and the mentally handicapped          0    6Hr


Programme Objectives : 1. To enhance
communication among healthcare workers in
the fields of Infectious Diseases,
Microbiology, Epidemiology and Public
Health 2. To share updated knowledge in
Infectious Diseases, Infection Control,
Epidemiology and Public Health for trainees
in different specialties 3. To discuss hot
topics of public concern 4. To discuss clinical
management of interesting / difficult cases
Component Objectives : Update on epidemiology
and management of infectious diseases As a
platform for sharing and discussion on
management of emerging/ re~emerging
infections, and difficult clinical cases          0.5   1.5Hr
Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others of this training programme
The objectives                                       1.5   3.5Hr
include: 1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on ergonomics~based MHO skill
and common MHO handling aids; 2. To
equip staff with practical skills on how to
transfer patient with proper skill and how to
use the common clinical MHO handling aids
and equipment safely and effectively (all
participants have the hands~on practice on
the use of all handling aids); 3. To strengthen
the knowledge~based concept on risk
assessment for proper selection of MHO
handling aids; 4. To enhance the concept
and skill on implementation of “Smart lift
policy” as well as behavior~based safety
programme, in order to facilitate the culture
development on using MHO aids in clinical
workplace 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in MHO aids. After
completion of this training, all participants will
be competent to safely transfer patient and
properly use the common clinical MHO
handling aids. For enhancing the role of
trainers or coaches, all the participants will
also be able to: 1. Conduct training on the
safe MHO skill and the proper use of clinical
MHO aids to the staff in their workplaces /
hospitals / clinics; 2. Assess the need and
justify the plan to equip the workplaces with         0    4Hr
1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                0    2.5Hr
To promote staff awareness on common
MHO~related health problems                     0.5   1Hr
To share the experience on the National
Forum on Safety and Quality in Health Care
2010 held in Australia                          0.5   1.5Hr
Overview, laboratory diagnosis & survey of
hereditary sperocytosis                          1    1Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                     1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                     1.5   3.5Hr

To share with the colleagues the experience
of overseas Cytogenetics training in France.     1    1Hr
Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                    1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                      2.5   3.5Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                    1.5   3.5Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                    1.5   3.5Hr
To equip participants with necessary
knowledge and skills in conducting statistical
analyses at post~basic level using
SPSS/PASW                                         0    3.5Hr
Programme Objectives :To enhance the
workplace violence knowledge and
management skills of staff with specific focus
on the safety, physical & psychological
well~being or health in a wide variety of
healthcare environment, including general,
psychiatric, outreaching, rehabilitative and
ambulatory settings. Component Objectives : (i)
Enhance the sense of self~care for stress
management & burnout prevention through
experimental body~mind~spirit integrative
training; (ii) Build positive psychological
capacities of healthcare professionals for the
betterment of workplace spirituality &
reduction of violence & burnout; and (iii)
Polish the communication skills of healthcare
staff for the betterment of relationships with
the service users & the members from the
healthcare team.                                    0    14Hr

                    Discussion on clinically
Programme Objectives :
important toxicology cases. Component Objectives
: Discussion on clinical important toxicology
cases.                                             1.5   1.25Hr
To share on management and prevention of
serious incidents.                                  0     1Hr

Programme Objectives :~ To understand key
concepts in existing Anti~discrimination laws
in Hong Kong ~ To raise awareness of the
liabilities under existing anti~discrimination
laws in Hong Kong Component Objectives : ~ To
recognise the key concepts of the
Anti~Bribery Ordiance ~ To enhance
self~avareness on the important of complying
with both the legel and administrative
requirements on prevention of corruption in
the mortuary and related working
environment ~ To let staff refresh and
beware of upgolding a high ethical standard
expecially at our workplace                        0.5    1Hr

To update clinical toxicology knowledge            1.5   1.5Hr
~ To structure ideas simply and persuasively
~ To organize ideas while talking ~ To
flesh~out ideas with memorable examples ~
To avoid common communication traps ~ To
answer questions quickly and coherently,
especially when under fire ~ To deal with
hostile situations or handle objections
positively ~ To use techniques to identify
listeners' hopes, fears and background
knowledge                                         0     13Hr
To equip participants with necessary
knowledge and skills in conducting statistical
analyses at post~basic level using
SPSS/PASW                                         0     3.5Hr

1. Structure information in reports/proposals
in a more linguistically scientific way 2.
Design information so that their reports are
clear and logical 3. Produce
reports/proposals that are well received by
readers ~ Identify problems and solutions,
highlight the impact of problems and suggest
action in reports as well as ending with a
concrete solution 4. Develop a set of
communication skills that will help them to
write more effective reports that get results
and actions                                       0    11.25Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                    1.5    3.5Hr
Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                     1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                       1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                       1.5   3.5Hr

~ To teach staff members about the concept
of resilience and vulnerabilities to
psychological crisis / trauma ~ To assist staff
members to strengthen their resilience and
stress coping abilities ~ To introduce the
concept of psychoneuroimmunology                   0    3Hr
Programme Objectives :To enhance the
workplace violence knowledge and
management skills of staff with specific focus
on the safety, physical & psychological
well~being or health in a wide variety of
healthcare environment, including general,
psychiatric, outreaching, rehabilitative and
ambulatory settings. Component Objectives : (i)
Enhance the sense of self~care for stress
management & burnout prevention through
experimental body~mind~spirit integrative
training; (ii) Build positive psychological
capacities of healthcare professionals for the
betterment of workplace spirituality &
reduction of violence & burnout; and (iii)
Polish the communication skills of healthcare
staff for the betterment of relationships with
the service users & the members from the
healthcare team.                                    0    14Hr

Upon completion of the program, participants
will be able to: 1. Appreciate the real benefits
of using CBI as a selection method 2. Ask
behavioral questions to predict the
candidate's future performance 3. Conduct
the selection interview in a CBI approach           0    3Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : Acquire
skills in Organizing thoughts and ideas
logically Wrte and reply emails with proper
etiquette and skills Familiarize with different
types of report and proposals Avoid common
writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness                                      1.5   3.5Hr
Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : ~ Manage
the role transition from a frontline practitioner
to a leader; ~ Apply the principle of effective
leadership and clinical management in the
workplace; ~ Achieve results through and
with others; ~ Take proactive approach to
dance with the changes ahead.                       1.5   3.5Hr


Programme Objectives :To enhance the
workplace violence knowledge and
management skills of staff with specific focus
on the safety, physical & psychological
well~being or health in a wide variety of
healthcare environment, including general,
psychiatric, outreaching, rehabilitative and
ambulatory settings. Component Objectives : (i)
Enhance the sense of self~care for stress
management & burnout prevention through
experimental body~mind~spirit integrative
training; (ii) Build positive psychological
capacities of healthcare professionals for the
betterment of workplace spirituality &
reduction of violence & burnout; and (iii)
Polish the communication skills of healthcare
staff for the betterment of relationships with
the service users & the members from the
healthcare team.                                     0    14Hr

To introduce basic concept on 5S practice
for new recruits.                                   0.5   1.5Hr

Adopt an effective process to influence and
negotiate with others; Use decision making
tools to evaluate and prioritize solutions;
Develop the potentials of individuals and
enhance performance level of staff; Manage
different stage of change through innovative
ideas; Employ strategic thinking techniques
to facilitate planning; and Manage crisis at
workplace tactfully.                                 0    3Hr
1. To promote quality & safety initiatives
among staff of Kowloon East Cluster. 2. To
share on workflow improvement in clinical
settings. 3. To share continuous quality
improvement programs conducted by various
departments.                                   2.5   4.25Hr


(*) To increase?HKEC colleagues' ownership
towards the organization by letting them
recognise the contribution of their work
towards the society; (*)To understand the
relationship and integration between staff's
contribution through their work and our
organization's mission and core values; and
(*)To encourage colleagues meeting
organization's mission through 3 keys –
interpersonal communication skills,
organization of work and time management.       0    2.5Hr

Updates on new PCR technology                  1.5   1.5Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                  1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                    1.5   3.5Hr
The objectives of this training programme
include: 1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on ergonomics~based MHO skill
and common MHO handling aids; 2. To
equip staff with practical skills on how to
transfer patient with proper skill and how to
use the common clinical MHO handling aids
and equipment safely and effectively (all
participants have the hands~on practice on
the use of all handling aids); 3. To strengthen
the knowledge~based concept on risk
assessment for proper selection of MHO
handling aids; 4. To enhance the concept
and skill on implementation of “Smart lift
policy” as well as behavior~based safety
programme, in order to facilitate the culture
development on using MHO aids in clinical
workplace 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in MHO aids. After
completion of this training, all participants will
be competent to safely transfer patient and
properly use the common clinical MHO
handling aids. For enhancing the role of
trainers or coaches, all the participants will
also be able to: 1. Conduct training on the
safe MHO skill and the proper use of clinical
MHO aids to the staff in their workplaces /
hospitals / clinics; 2. Assess the need and
justify the plan to equip the workplaces with         0    4Hr

~ To teach staff members about the concept
of resilience and vulnerabilities to
psychological crisis / trauma ~ To assist staff
members to strengthen their resilience and
stress coping abilities ~ To introduce the
concept of psychoneuroimmunology                      0    6Hr

~ To teach staff members about the concept
of resilience and vulnerabilities to
psychological crisis / trauma ~ To assist staff
members to strengthen their resilience and
stress coping abilities ~ To introduce the
concept of psychoneuroimmunology                      0    3Hr

To understand the proper way to deal with
Haematology and relevant service.                     1    1Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                          1.5   3.5Hr
Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                      1.5   3.5Hr

1. Diagnose the web of causes behind any
problem and create powerful strategies for
driving change 2. Identify a handful of
high~leverage behaviors that, if changed,
can lead to desire d results 3. Rely less on
formal authority and more on ways to
motivate and enable others to alter their
behavior 4. Use the Influencer model to
develop and apply a robust influence strategy     0    14Hr

Adopt an effective process to influence and
negotiate with others; Use decision making
tools to evaluate and prioritize solutions;
Develop the potentials of individuals and
enhance performance level of staff; Manage
different stage of change through innovative
ideas; Employ strategic thinking techniques
to facilitate planning; and Manage crisis at
workplace tactfully.                              0     3Hr


Programme Objectives : In the 21st century,
creativity is one of the essential factors
contributing to the organizational success.
Employees working in an organization should
be well equipped with skills and techniques to
unlock their creativity and transform ideas in
the workplace to solve problems effectively.
This program aims at providing insight and
practical tools to facilitate managerial and
professional staff of HA to review their
existing perspectives and consider alternative
ways to meet the challenges at work.
Component Objectives : the essential factors
contributing to the organizational success;
Well equipped with skills and techniques to
unlock their creativity and transform ideas in
the workplace to solve problems effectively;
To facilitate managerial and professional
staff of HA to review their existing
perspectives and consider alternative ways to
meet the challenges at work                       0    3.25Hr
Programme Objectives : To widen the horizon and
exposure of our aspiring leaders. Component
Objectives : 1. Tips on handling crisis
communication 2. Understand some basic
know~how on communication from a crisis
handling practitioner's point of view              1    2Hr

In house continuous professional education.        1    1Hr




1. Workforce development; 2. Casemix
development; and 3. Performance
measurement.                                      3.5   7Hr




1. Workforce development; 2. Casemix
development; and 3. Performance
measurement.                                      3.5   7Hr
Update of diagnostic molecular test
knowledge                                          1    1Hr

~To share good practices in patient
documentation and clinical practice; ~To
enhance communication in informed consent
and open disclosure situations; ~To
understand the current litigation procedures
in dealing with medico~legal issue                 0    1.5Hr

                    1. To share the findings of
Programme Objectives :
the Infection Control Capacity Survey in the
HA 2. To explore collaborative opportunities
between the Infection Control Branch (ICB),
Centre for Health Protection (CHP) and HA
hospitals 3. To solicit views on the annual
plan and future direction of the Infectious
Disease Control Training Centre (IDCTC) /
ICB, CHP Component Objectives :
the practical application of hydrogen peroxide

Review strategies and tools to monitor
environmental cleaning in health care             0.5   1.5Hr
To have a thorough understanding in the
processes of developing Allied Health Quality
for the clinical leaders of the AHPs             1.5   3Hr

1) Prepare AH managers for hospital
accreditation 2) Follow up after accreditation
survey 3) Update progress of hospital
accreditation in HA 4) Experience sharing
from pilot hospitals 5) Discipline~specific
discussion on preparation for future hospital
accreditation                                    1.5   3Hr


Blood Bank Procedures on Massive
Transfusion Protocol.                             1    1Hr

~To share good practices in patient
documentation and clinical practice; ~To
enhance communication in informed consent
and open disclosure situations; ~To
understand the current litigation procedures
in dealing with medico~legal issue                0    1.5Hr

Programme Objectives : ~Introduction to learn
thinking for healthcare ~How to apply value
Stream Mapping to healthcare ~Increase
hours per patirnt care ~Reduce inventory
costs ~Improve patient satisfaction scores
Component Objectives : 1. how to identify and
reduce waste in healthcare setting 2. how
Lean tools can improve patient as well as
non~patient care processes 3. how to use
Lean tools as the basis for improvement 4.
how to draw value stream map processes 5.
how to write A3 reports                           0    14Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                    1.5   3.5Hr
Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                    1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                    1.5   3.5Hr

~ Acquire the knowledge and skills to be an
effective presenter ~ Know how to structure
the content for a persuasive presentation       0    6.5Hr

Adopt an effective process to influence and
negotiate with others; Use decision making
tools to evaluate and prioritize solutions;
Develop the potentials of individuals and
enhance performance level of staff; Manage
different stage of change through innovative
ideas; Employ strategic thinking techniques
to facilitate planning; and Manage crisis at
workplace tactfully.                            0    3Hr


In house continuous professional education.    0.5   1Hr


~ "Promotion Trust & Harmony" ~ Technical
workshops which cover various OSH & Staff
Wellbeing Topics                                0    3.5Hr


~ "Promotion Trust & Harmony" ~ Technical
workshops which cover various OSH & Staff
Wellbeing Topics                                0    3Hr

~ "Promotion Trust & Harmony" ~ Technical
workshops which cover various OSH & Staff
Wellbeing Topics                                0    4Hr
Updates on UTI                                  1    1Hr
~ To teach staff members about the concept
of resilience and vulnerabilities to
psychological crisis / trauma ~ To assist staff
members to strengthen their resilience and
stress coping abilities ~ To introduce the
concept of psychoneuroimmunology                    0     6Hr
~ "Promotion Trust & Harmony" ~ Technical
workshops which cover various OSH & Staff
Wellbeing Topics                                    0     7Hr

1. To understand the relationship between
human factors and accident causation, 2. To
understand the costs of an accident, 3. To
understand general duties, 4. To understand
the safety management system (SMS), 5. To
establish safety management programs at
departmental/unit level, 6. To deliver relevant
on~the~site training to colleagues at
departmental/unit level, 7. To be the SMS
advisor.                                            0    10.5Hr
~ "Promotion Trust & Harmony" ~ Technical
workshops which cover various OSH & Staff
Wellbeing Topics                                    0     7Hr
To update laboratory professionals of new
developments in Haemoglobin study.                  1     1Hr

To equip the participants to become
educated consumers of research with
training in (1) basics of literature searching;
(2) critical appraisal of literature quality; and
(3) data extraction and synthesis.                  12   25Hr

To equip the participants to become
educated consumers of research with
training in (1) basics of literature searching;
(2) critical appraisal of literature quality; and
(3) data extraction and synthesis.                  12   25Hr
Programme Objectives : 1. To enhance
communication among healthcare workers in
the fields of Infectious Diseases,
Microbiology, Epidemiology and Public
Health 2. To share updated knowledge in
Infectious Diseases, Infection Control,
Epidemiology and Public Health for trainees
in different specialties 3. To discuss hot
topics of public concern 4. To discuss clinical
management of interesting / difficult cases
Component Objectives : Update on epidemiology
and management of infectious diseases As a
platform for sharing and discussion on
management of emerging/ re~emerging
infections, and difficult clinical cases          1.5   1.5Hr


(*) To increase?HKEC colleagues' ownership
towards the organization by letting them
recognise the contribution of their work
towards the society; (*)To understand the
relationship and integration between staff's
contribution through their work and our
organization's mission and core values; and
(*)To encourage colleagues meeting
organization's mission through 3 keys –
interpersonal communication skills,
organization of work and time management.          0    2.5Hr

Programme Objectives : ~Introduction to learn
thinking for healthcare ~How to apply value
Stream Mapping to healthcare ~Increase
hours per patirnt care ~Reduce inventory
costs ~Improve patient satisfaction scores
Component Objectives : The basic concepts of
Lean thinking The bottom~up component of
Lean in NTWC How to give Kaizen
suggestions The importance if their
participation                                      0    1Hr

Experience sharing                                 1    1Hr

To update diagnostic genetic test knowledge        1    1Hr


To enhance staff blood film study skill.           1    1Hr
Programme Objectives : ~ Enhance project
management skills for different roles in
project including project sponsor, project
manager and members. ~ Develop a
standard process, methodology and
language in managing major projects
throughout HA. ~ Share good practices on
project management in other organizations.
Component Objectives : This is an intensive
two~day workshop focusing on the
implementation of the project management
skills and techniques on the basis of the
globally recognised PMBOKR Guide
published by Project Management Institute
(PMI). It is specially designed for senior
leaders who lead projects with multiple
parties involved. Systematic cycle from
project initiation to project closing is covered.    0    14Hr

Adopt an effective process to influence and
negotiate with others; Use decision making
tools to evaluate and prioritize solutions;
Develop the potentials of individuals and
enhance performance level of staff; Manage
different stage of change through innovative
ideas; Employ strategic thinking techniques
to facilitate planning; and Manage crisis at
workplace tactfully.                                 0    3Hr


~ "Promotion Trust & Harmony" ~ Technical
workshops which cover various OSH & Staff
Wellbeing Topics                                     0    3Hr


~ "Promotion Trust & Harmony" ~ Technical
workshops which cover various OSH & Staff
Wellbeing Topics                                     0    3Hr

The programme is based on the best~selling
book of "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective
People" by Dr Stephen Covey. The 7 Habits
are essential principles to guide you to
achieve effectiveness in both work and
personal lives. Upon completion, you will: ~
Increase awareness on the importance of
character, integrity and work ethics ~ Better
understand 'effectiveness' at both personal
and professional level ~ Develop win~win
relationships and synergistic collaboration ~
Foster work~life balance                            1.5   3.5Hr
Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                        1.5   3.5Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                        1.5   3.5Hr

Programme Objectives : ~ Enhance project
management skills for different roles in
project including project sponsor, project
manager and members. ~ Develop a
standard process, methodology and
language in managing major projects
throughout HA. ~ Share good practices on
project management in other organizations.
Component Objectives : This is an intensive
two~day workshop focusing on basic project
management skills and techniques on the
basis of the globally recognised PMBOKR
Guide published by Project Management
Institute (PMI). The workshop is specially
designed for project team leaders or team
coordinators who participate in projects
involving multiple parties.                         0    14Hr
Programme Objectives : Discussion on clinically
important toxicology cases. Component Objectives
: Discussion on clinical important toxicology
cases.                                             1.5   1.5Hr
Update on MDRO control in healthcare
settings, with emphasis on the following
aspects: Role of active screening in patients
at risk Environmental cleaning and
disinfection Ways to reduce bacterial
shedding in patients infected/ colonized with
MDRO and environmental contamination
Bundled approach on MDRO control
Preparation for the quality improvement
programme on MDRO control in HA
hospitals.                                       12    12Hr

                     ~ Identify appropriate
Programme Objectives :
competencies from job descriptions, employ
structured interview questions to assess
these competencies, and practice the skills
of competency based interviewing. ~ Learn
how to interpret and evaluate the information
gathered to reach an objective and informed
decision. Component Objectives : To appreciate
the benefits of using CBI as a selection
method To conduct the selection interview in
a CBI approach To identify the core skills of
CBI                                               0    3.25Hr
To discuss implementation of document
control policy to prepare for hospital
accreditation.                                   0.5    1Hr

Laboratory automation update                      1     1Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                    1.5   3.5Hr
Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                  1.5   3.5Hr
1. To promote continuing professional
development through self~learning and
knowledge exchange 2. To provide
up~to~date information in the latest
advancement and professional knowledge in
the field of Chemical Pathology and
laboratory medicine.                           0.5   0.5Hr




The conference is a commissioned training
programme and includes a wide range of
topics. The main themes of the conference
include: 1) Therapeutics and Drug
Overdoses in Pregnancy 2) Paediatric
Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology 3)
Understanding and Preventing Adverse Drug
Reactions and Herb~Drug Interactions 4)
Herbs and Alternative Medicine~Related
Problems 5) Toxico~intelligence 6) Drugs of
Abuse CME/CNE/CPE accreditation                 6    12Hr
Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                         1.5    3.5Hr
To equip HA clinical and non~clinical leaders
with essential leadership mindset, tool set
and skills set.                                     8.5   16.25Hr
to enhance skill in microsoft excel for
statistics                                           0     1Hr

~ Provide an overview of MLT profession
including code of practice, professionalism
and career development in HA; ~ Enhance
understanding in safe & quality laboratory
practice; ~ Define the concept of laboratory
accreditation; ~ Illustrate the basic practice of
information security.                                6     6Hr

To update current diagnostic test knowledge          1     1Hr


1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                    0     7.5Hr
Programme Objectives : ~ Enhance project
management skills for different roles in
project including project sponsor, project
manager and members. ~ Develop a
standard process, methodology and
language in managing major projects
throughout HA. ~ Share good practices on
project management in other organizations.
Component Objectives : This is a half~day seminar
aiming to cover the latest trend and best
practives of Project Management. With an
aim to enhance understanding and align the
implementation of project management tools,
the seminar gives an overview of the
theoretical framework, selected tools and
techniques, and project management
processes on the basis of the PMBOKR
Guide published by Project Management
Institute (PMI).                                    0   3.25Hr




To examine chronic disease and mental
health research in primary care                     0   14Hr

To update the knowledge in Pyrosequencing.          1    1Hr

1. Diagnose the web of causes behind any
problem and create powerful strategies for
driving change 2. Identify a handful of
high~leverage behaviors that, if changed,
can lead to desire d results 3. Rely less on
formal authority and more on ways to
motivate and enable others to alter their
behavior 4. Use the Influencer model to
develop and apply a robust influence strategy       0   14Hr
‧ iterate the process flow including form &
extent of bedside assistance;
multidisciplinary involvement; ‧ bring out
message to clinical and nonclinical staff for
protection to patient and staff alike, i.e.
heighten everyone's awareness ‧ interrelate
with quality and safety ‧ something new to
attract participation e.g. new concept ‧ make
announcement of train the trainer courses ‧
emphasize the importance of practice             0    1.5Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                   1.5   3.5Hr


Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : ~
Appreciate the importance of "keeping proper
books and records" and its relevance to
non~financial managers. ~ Understand their
role in financial management in discharging
their duties. ~ Aware of the relevance and
application of HA's financial control
framework and financial risks to their
day~to~day operation. ~ Able to comprehend
and make use of simple financial reports
from ERP system.                                1.5   3.5Hr
Understand what it means to own personal
eKG account; Be aware of how medical
literature is organised on eKG; and navigate
the pages of eKG; Select appropriate
information resources and databses.
Conduct simple searches in Ovid Medline,
Embase, CINAHL, multi~file databases              0    2Hr


This program taps into the best thinking of
well~known leadership experts, including
Stephen R Covey (The 7 Habits of Highly
Effective People and the 8th Habit), Jack
Welch (Winning), Ram Charan (Execution :
The Discipline of Getting Things Done),
Stephen M.R. Covey (The Speed of Trust),
Clayton Christensen (The Innovator's
Dilemma) and Fred Reichheld (The Ultimate
Question) with aims to (*) provide a concise
framework – the 4 imperatives ~~ to solve
chronic leadership problems (*) inspire
leaders to move from “good” to “great for
higher achievements (*) offer user~friendly
mindset, skillset and toolset for leaders to
generate lasting results (*) better understand
one's strengths and areas for improvement
for leading the team effectively                 7.5   15Hr

Understand what it means to own personal
eKG account; Be aware of how medical
literature is organised on eKG; and navigate
the pages of eKG; Select appropriate
information resources and databses.
Conduct simple searches in Ovid Medline,
Embase, CINAHL, multi~file databases              0    2Hr

Programme Objectives : ~Introduction to learn
thinking for healthcare ~How to apply value
Stream Mapping to healthcare ~Increase
hours per patirnt care ~Reduce inventory
costs ~Improve patient satisfaction scores
Component Objectives : 1. how to identify and
reduce waste in healthcare setting 2. how
Lean tools can improve patient as well as
non~patient care processes 3. how to use
Lean tools as the basis for improvement 4.
how to draw value stream map processes 5.
how to write A3 reports                           0    14Hr
The programme is based on the best~selling
book of "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective
People" by Dr Stephen Covey which has
helped people see, think and act differently,
providing insights on the way of developing
both personal and public victory.                8.5   17Hr

Understand what it means to own personal
eKG account; Be aware of how medical
literature is organised on eKG; and navigate
the pages of eKG; Select appropriate
information resources and databses.
Conduct simple searches in Ovid Medline,
Embase, CINAHL, multi~file databases              0    2Hr

To reinforce the importance of correct patient
identification during patient care.
Departments/wards will present and share
their projects related to enhancement of
patient identification process to colleagues.    1.5   3Hr

~ Understand the basics of performance
management ~ Apply good practices in the
SDR process ~ Handle different types of
performers more effectively ~ Conduct a
performance dialogue meeting structurally         0    6.5Hr


1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                 0    7.5Hr
Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives : The major
aim of the seminar is to serve as a catalyst to
promote emotional wellness, happiness and
success                                            1    2Hr

The programme is based on the best~selling
book of "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective
People" by Dr Stephen Covey. The 7 Habits
are essential principles to guide you to
achieve effectiveness in both work and
personal lives. Upon completion, you will: ~
Increase awareness on the importance of
character, integrity and work ethics ~ Better
understand 'effectiveness' at both personal
and professional level ~ Develop win~win
relationships and synergistic collaboration ~
Foster work~life balance                          1.5   3.5Hr


1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                  0    7.5Hr
~ Understand a structural framework for
better chronic condition management; ~
Identify the key principles and strategies in
facilitating patient's self~managing health
behaviour; ~ Identify the 5 core
self~management skills in the
self~management patient educational
programs; ~ Describe the ‘Do' and ‘Don't' in
facilitating self~managing health behaviours;
~ Integrate the core knowledge and skill of
self~management from theory to practice; ~
Acquire the steps in conducting an important
self management strategy – Action Planning
and Problem Solving; ~ Understand local
experiences on evaluating self~management
patient education practices.                     0    14Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                   1.5   3.5Hr


1. To facilitate staff to have thorough
knowledge on the legislative requirements
and common DSE equipment and tools; 2.
To strengthen the knowledge~based concept
and risk assessment skill as well as
behavior~based safety culture while using
computer and the accessories; 3. To
enhance staff's knowledge on the
predisposing factors, signs and symptoms as
well as the common related
musculo~skeletal injuries in relation to the
use of computers; 4. To equip staff with
practical skills on conducting risk
assessment and the appropriate use DSE
equipment and tools for optimal ergonomic
benefit; 5. To update staff with latest
information and trends in DSE assisting tools
and ergonomic design; and 6. To promote
specific exercises for DSE users.                0    7.5Hr
(*) To increase?HKEC colleagues' ownership
towards the organization by letting them
recognise the contribution of their work
towards the society; (*)To understand the
relationship and integration between staff's
contribution through their work and our
organization's mission and core values; and
(*)To encourage colleagues meeting
organization's mission through 3 keys –
interpersonal communication skills,
organization of work and time management.         0    2.5Hr

Identification of amoebic infection               1     1Hr

~ Appreciate the values and importance of
internal communication at different settings ~
Understand the different internal
communication strategies to lead and
influence different level of staff ~ Enhance
communication skills for different audiences
and situation for better collaboration            0    6.5Hr
Update of current Hba1c diagnostic test
knowledge                                         1     1Hr

Experience sharing.                               1     1Hr

                    ~ Identify appropriate
Programme Objectives :
competencies from job descriptions, employ
structured interview questions to assess
these competencies, and practice the skills
of competency based interviewing. ~ Learn
how to interpret and evaluate the information
gathered to reach an objective and informed
decision. Component Objectives : To appreciate
the benefits of using CBI as a selection
method To conduct the selection interview in
a CBI approach To identify the core skills of
CBI                                               0    3.25Hr

To learn the new training program and action
plan for the HOKLAS assessment report.            1     1Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                      1.5   3.5Hr
Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                        1.5   3.5Hr

1. Make the best use of multiple types of
meetings – contextual structure 2. Plan and
conduct meetings that deliver outcomes 3.
Equip with essential facilitation techniques
and meeting management tools 4. Create an
inviting and innovative meeting atmosphere
5. Follow up action items effectively               0    3.75Hr

The programme is based on the best~selling
book of "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective
People" by Dr Stephen Covey which has
helped people see, think and act differently,
providing insights on the way of developing
both personal and public victory.                  8.5   17Hr


To introduce basic concept on handling
chemical waste                                      1     1Hr
Programme Objectives : To update staff's
knowledge on OSH inspection and
investigation Component Objectives : For prepare
the internal and external audit as to achieve
the ISWP designation                                0     2Hr
1. 加深學員對個人危機處理的知識 2.
提供實際練習的機會,讓學員進一步掌握有關
心靈急救的溝通技巧                                           0     6Hr
Update of current knowledge on routine
diagnostic tests                                    1     1Hr

The programme is based on the best~selling
book of "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective
People" by Dr Stephen Covey. The 7 Habits
are essential principles to guide you to
achieve effectiveness in both work and
personal lives. Upon completion, you will: ~
Increase awareness on the importance of
character, integrity and work ethics ~ Better
understand 'effectiveness' at both personal
and professional level ~ Develop win~win
relationships and synergistic collaboration ~
Foster work~life balance                           1.5   3.5Hr
Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                   1.5    3.5Hr

Programme Objectives :


Write and reply emails with proper etiquette


writing mistakes to enhance communication
effectiveness Component Objectives :
Understand own and others' communication


Apply assertive communication skills to
engage others                                   1.5    3.5Hr

1. Structure information in reports/proposals
in a more linguistically scientific way 2.
Design information so that their reports are
clear and logical 3. Produce
reports/proposals that are well received by
readers ~ Identify problems and solutions,
highlight the impact of problems and suggest
action in reports as well as ending with a
concrete solution 4. Develop a set of
communication skills that will help them to
write more effective reports that get results
and actions                                      0    11.25Hr




Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                     1.5    3.5Hr
Avoid common writing mistakes to enhance
communication effectiveness                1.5   3.5Hr
                                                                     Accredited Period : 2005 - 2007

Time Frame (Practical)                       Speaker                    No. of Participants   Remarks




        3.5Hr            >>>   Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)                        30


         ---             >>>   Ms Katherine SHIU, SM(Corp HR)                   35


         ---             >>>   HA Trainers                                      35




         ---             >>>   KElvin Fung, President, LMI Academy             360
      >>>  DR YAN Wing Wa, Director(ICU) and
      Consultant, Department of Intensive Care,
      Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital
      >>> Dr. Chan King Chung, Kenny (Specialist
      in Intensive Care, Associate Consultant, ICU,
      PYNEH) >>> Dr. Chan Kin Wai (Specialist in
      Anaesthesiology, Associate Consultant, ICU,
      PYNEH) >>> Dr. Shum Hoi Ping (Specialist in
      Nephrology, Associate Consultant, ICU,
      PYNEH) >>> Ms. So Hang Mui (Nurse
      Specialist, ICU, PYNEH) >>> Dr. So Hing Yu
      (Specialist in Intensive Care, ICU Director,
      Prince of Wales Hospital) >>> Dr. Leung Kit
      Hung, Anne (Specialist in Anaesthesiology,
      Consultant, Department of Anaesthesia
      &OTS, Queen Elizabeth Hospital) >>> Dr. So
      Sheung On (Specialist in Critical Care
      Medicine, Senior Medical Officer, ICU,
      Kwong Wah Hospital) >>> Dr. Chow Chik
      Cheung, Vincent (Specialist in Nephrology,
      Associate Consultant, Medicine, PYNEH) >>>
      Ms. Eva Kwan (Nursing Officer, ICU,
      PYNEH) >>> Ms. Carmen Lee (Advanced
      Practice Nurse, ICU, PYNEH) >>> Ms. Chiu
      Mei Chun (Advanced Practice Nurse, ICU,
      PYNEH) >>> Ms. Lui Wai King (Renal Nurse,
3Hr   ICU, PYNEH                                      100
      >>> Dr. Sammy Chen PL, Resident >>>
      MBChB Dr. WT Poon, AC >>> MBChB, MSc
      Dr. Tony Mak WL, Consultant Dr. Doris CK
---   Ching, Resident >>> MBChB                       50




---   >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO             40




---   >>>   Mr Kelvin Fung, CEO of LMI Academy        40
 ---    >>>   Henry CHEUNG, EOII, Q&RM, TMH       40




 ---    >>>   Ms Winnie LEUNG, HRM (T&OD), HKWC   35


 ---    >>>   Dr. Sidney Tam, Deputy COS, QMH     30




1.5Hr   >>>   Mr. H T YIP, QMH PTI (PHY)          30
        >>>Ms Linda LOK, SHRM (T&OD), HKWC
 ---    Ms Winnie LEUNG, HRM (T&OD), HKWC           40




 ---    >>>   Over 40 overseas speakers             2000




 ---    >>>   Mr Wallance Ma, Director,             25




 ---    >>>   over 40 overseas and local speakers   2000




3.5Hr   >>>   Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)             30

 ---    >>> Ms Steena Tong                          35
        >>> Officials from Hong Kong Police Force
        >>> Ms. Dune LEUNG, HKWC Staff Health
 ---    Amb / HKWC HRM (SR&W)                       80




 ---    >>>   Ms Kina CHENG, M (T&D), HAHO          30
3.5Hr   >>>   Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)             30


          Representative from Equal Opportunity
        >>>
 ---    Commission                                  360


 ---    >>>   Professor CR Kumana, UMU, QMH         30




 ---    >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO         40




 ---    >>> External consultant                     40
        >>> Dr Anne Kwan, COS(Ana,PM&OS), UCH
        / CSD(Q&S), KEC >>> Mr Patrick Leung,
        APN(Q&S), KEC >>> Doctors and nurses of
        KEC selected for oral presentations at HA
 ---    Convention                                  200


 ---    >>>   Ms Ng Wan Han, MSc, FIBMS             50




 ---    >>>   T&D Trainers                          350
0.5Hr   >>>   To be confirmed                   400


        >>>Ms Winnie Leung, HRM(T&OD), HKWC
 ---    Ms Linda Lok, SHRM(T&OD), HKWC          14




 ---    >>>   External Consultant               350




 ---    >>>   T&D Trainers                      350




          Ms Winnie LEUNG, HRM (T&OD),
        >>>
        HKWC Ms Linda LOK, SHRM (T&OD),
 ---    HKWC                                    30




        >>>Ms Iris POON, RTHK Ms Vince LEUNG,
 ---    Apple Daily Ms Rebecca CHAN, NOW        80


        >>> Ms Teresa LI, DOM (O&T), QMH Ms
 ---    Alice CHOI, WM (O&G), QMH/TYH           30
        >>> Dr. KF Wong, COS, Dept. of Pathology,
        QEH >>> Ms. Marianne Leung, Lab. Director,
        PathLab Medical Laboratories Ltd. >>> Mr.
        Macma KL Suen, Managing Director,Data
        Innovations Asia Ltd. >>> Dr. Eric
        Chan,Consultant Immunologist, QMH >>> Dr.
        Ricky Ip, Scientific Officer, QMH >>> Ms.
        Angela JW Suh, Marketing Manager,
        Beckman Coulter Korea Ltd. >>> Mrs. Axelle
        Verrier, International Scientific Specialist,
        Diagnostica Stago >>> Dr. David G. Rhoads,
 ---    Director, David G. Rhoads Associates            100

 ---    >>>   Dr. H Tse                                 35

        >>>Dr Ferrick CHU, Head (Policy and
 ---    Research), Equal Opportunity Commission         360




3.5Hr   >>>   Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)                 30

 ---    >>>   Dr. Sidney Tam, COS, QMH                  30




        >>> Ms Marissa TSANG, MOSAI Consultant
        Ltd Ms Jenny TAI, HRD(ST&D) / HKEC Ms
 ---    Kina, HAHO                                      40

        >>>Dr Steven Tseung, Microbiology
 ---    Laboratory, Dept. of Path., UCH                 30
---   >>>Dr Lawrence LAI, Ass Con(M&G), TMH     15
      >>>Ms. Penny LEUNG, Ms. Allie TAM and
---   Ms. Blenda WONG BSc >>>                   50




      >>>Ms Peggy CHAN, Pharmacist, QMH Ms
---   P H WONG, APN(OTS/W&UM), QMH              20




---   >>>   Tim Kirkman & Cynthia Deans         50




      >>>Mr Kevin Chui, Principal Consultant,
---   Knowledge Century Consulting              25


      >>>Dr Ricky Szeto, Executive Director &
      General Manager of Hung Fook Tong
---   Holdings Limited                          360
3.5Hr   >>>   Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)          30


          '童瑤教授, 院長, 香港大學中醫藥學院' >>>
        >>>
        '馮奕斌,博士,香港大學中醫藥學院' >>>
        '曹克儉,博士,香港大學中醫藥學院' >>>
        '沈馮君, 副教授,香港大學中醫藥學院' >>>
        '陳建萍,博士,香港大學中醫藥學院 >>>
        '莫飛智,博士,香港大學中醫藥學院' >>>
        '姚韌敏,博士,香港大學中醫藥學院' >>>
        '張艷波,博士,香港大學中醫藥學院' >>>
        '李磊,博士,香港大學中醫藥學院' >>>
        '張樟進,博士,香港大學中醫藥學院' >>>
        '陳潤球,博士,香港大學中醫藥學院' >>>
        '沈劍剛,博士,香港大學中醫藥學院' >>>
        '蔡潯遠,教學顧問,香港大學中醫藥學院','柯有
10Hr    甫,教學顧問,香港大學中醫藥學院' >>>                    100




        >>>Professor Trish Perl, Johns Hopkins
 ---    University                               180

 ---    >>>   Dr LAM Kin Kwan, UCHC SMO(A&E)     200




        >>>Dr K K Cheung, SMO, Ortho, TMH Dr W
        M Hung, AC, NS, TMH Ms Priscilla Poon,
        SPT, Physio, TMH Dr C W KAM, Director,
 ---    CSTC                                     25
      >>>   Paul Arkwright, Director, Excel Education
---   Ltd                                                   350




---   >>>   External Consultant                             350

      >>> Mr. Willis Ko, Product Manager, Moleular
---   Biology Unit, BioMerieux China Ltd.                   30




---   >>>   Ms Heidi Iu, MSc                                30




---   >>>   Dr. James O. Westgard                       Not Provided
---   >>>   Dr. James O. Westgard                   Not Provided




---   >>>   HA Corporate Clinical Psychologist(s)       60




---   >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHo               80




---   >>>   Ms Kina Cheng, HRM(T&D), HAHO               40
---   >>>   Mr Kelvin Fung, CEO of LMI Academy   40

---   >>>   Liu Hei Man                          35




---   >>>   External consultant                  40




---   >>>   External consultant                  40




5Hr   >>>   Linda LAI, M(MH0) HAHO               16
      >>>Yuk Ping WONG, RN(Psy) UCH >>>
---   Teddy LAM, RN(Psy),UCH              100


---   >>>   Dr. M. H. LEUNG MBBS, MRCP    50




        Ms Winnie LEUNG, HRM (T&OD),
      >>>
---   HKWC Mr. K L WONG, WM (PSY), QMH    35
      >>> Dr C W LEUNG Consultant Department
      of Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine,
      PMH >>> Ms M Y CHOW, APN, QEH / Ms H
---   S LAM, SNO, CICO Office                       180
      >>> Ms. Elsa Tsang, Director, Nethersole
      Institute of Continuing Holistic Health
---   Education                                     30




---   >>>   HA Corporate Clinical Psychologist(s)   60
      >>> Mr Kelvin Fung, CEO of LMI Academy
---   Ltd.                                     33


---   >>>   Corporate Clinical Psychologists   50
      >>> - Dr LEE Tsun-woon, Hospital Chief
      Executive (POH)/Service Director (Clinical &
      Ambulatory Care), NTWC >>> - Prof. LO,
      Ping-cheung, Ph.D., Associate Dean, Faculty
      of Arts Professor, Department of Religion
      and Philosophy Director, Centre for Applied
      Ethics, Hong Kong Baptist University >>> - Dr.
      HO Wai-Yip, PhD, Sir Edward Youde Fellow,
      Assistant Professor, Department of Applied
      Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong
      >>> - Rev. CHAN Yut-wah, Joshua, D.Min.,
      Chairman of the board of Chaplaincy
      Association, Association of Hong Kong
      Hospital Christian Chaplaincy Ministry >>> -
      Prof. CHOW Yin-man, Amy, PhD, RSW, Ft,
      Assistant Professor, Department of Social
      Work & Social Adm., The University of Hong
      Kong >>> - Dr. LO Sing-hung, Associate
      Consultant, Department of Clinical Oncology,
      Tuen Mun Hospital, NTWC >>> - Dr. LEE
      Shun-wah, Jenny, Deputy Associate
      Consultant, Department of Medicine &
      Geriatrics, Shatin Hospital >>> - Dr. CHEN
      Wai-tsan, Tracy, Associate Consultant,
      Department of Medicine & Geriatrics, Tuen
      Mun Hospital, NTWC >>> - Dr. LI Chak-ho,
      Rever, Associate Consultant, Department of
      Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, Tuen Mun
      Hospital, NTWC >>> - Ms LIN Kwok-yin,
---   Molin, Centre-In-Charge/ Nurse-In-Charge,        300




---   >>>   Ms W C Li, WM(Surgery), QMH                80




      >>> Experts from Queen Mary Hospital and
---   the University of Hong Kong                      300




      >>>Dr. Samuel Ho, Associate Professor,
      Department of Psychology, The University of
      Hong Kong Dr. Amy Chow, Assistant
      Professor, Department of Social Work and
      Social Administration, The University of Hong
---   Kong                                             50
---   >>>   Ms Kina Cheng, HRM(T&D), HAHO      360




      >>>Ms. WOO Chui-ping, RN(Psy), CPH >>>
---   Ms. YIM Pui-kwan, RN(Psy), SLH           300




---   >>>   Henry CHEUNG, EOII, Q&RM, TMH      300

---   >>>   Prof. K Y Yuen                     32




---   >>>   Henry CHEUNG, EOII, Q&RM, TMH      40
---   >>>   Dr. Eric CHAN, CONS(IMM), QMH           30

---   >>>   Dr. Joseph Lee, SO(MED), QMH            30


      >>> Mr TW Tsin, Private Occupational
      Hygienist Mr ST Yip and Mr SK Lam, CUHK
---   Dr Joseph Kwan and Dr Samuel Yu, HKUST        30

      >>>Dr. Ming-Keng TEOH, Head of Medical
      Services, Asia, MPS >>> Dr. Harod
      LEONG,Lawyer, Mayer Brown JSM >>> Dr.
      Rosalie KWONG-LO,Senior Clinical
      Psychologist, Corporate Clinical Psychology
      Services/ Oasis – Centre for Personal
---   Growth & Crisis Intervention, HAHO            300




---   >>>   Mr Simon Cheng, SHRM(T&D), HAHO         40




---   >>>   Experts from Finance Division           40
      >>> Dr. Rosalie LO, Senior Clinical
      Psychologist, Corporate Clinical Psychology
      Services/ Oasis – Centre for Personal
4Hr   Growth & Crisis Intervention, HAHO
      >>> Dr Lau Chun-Wing, Arthur Specialist in      28
      Respiratory Medicine, Associate Consultant,
      Department of Intensive Care, & Honorary
      Associate Consultant, Division of Respiratory
      and Critical Care Medicine, Department of
      Medicine, PYNEH >>> Ms Fok See-Kee
      Advanced Practice Nurse, Department of
      Intensive Care, PYNEH >>> Dr Lam Sin-Man,
      Grace Specialist in Respiratory Medicine,
      Department of Intensive Care, PYNEH >>>
      Ms Li Siu-Chun egistered Nurse, Department
      of Intensive Care, PYNEH >>> Ms Joanna Lo
      Registered Nurse, Department of Intensive
      Care, PYNEH >>> Ms Ng Ching-Ping
      Registered Nurse, Department of Intensive
      Care, PYNEH >>> Mr Eddie Wong Registered
      Nurse, Department of Intensive Care,
      PYNEH >>> Dr Chan Kin-Wai Specialist in
      Anaesthesiology, Associate Consultant,
      Department of Intensive Care, PYNEH >>> Dr
      Chan King-Chung, Kenny Specialist in
      Intensive Care Medicine, Associate
      Consultant, Department of Intensive Care,
      PYNEH >>> Dr Chan Yan-Fat, Alfred
      Specialist in Respiratory Medicine, Associate
      Consultant, Department of Medicine, Caritas
      Medical Centre >>> Ms Lam Yuen-Ping
      Nursing Officer, Department of Medicine,
      PYNEH >>> Dr Leung Yuk-Wah, Natalie
      Specialist in Critical Care Medicine,
9Hr   Department of Intensive Care, PYNEH >>> Dr      60
---   >>>   Steven SIU, OT II QEH                   33


      >>>Dr. Rosalie LO, Senior Clinical
      Psychologist, Corporate Clinical Psychology
      Services/ Oasis – Centre for Personal
4Hr   Growth & Crisis Intervention, HAHO            28




---   >>>   Mr Steven SIU, OT II QEH                33
      >>> 黃蔚澄博士 -
      臨床心理學家及香港大學賽馬會防止自殺研究
      中心培訓顧問 /
      香港大學社會工作及社會行政學系助理教授
      >>> 羅亦華小姐 -
      香港大學賽馬會防止自殺研究中心策劃總監
---   >>>                                        500




---   >>>   Dr. Bosco Lam, MBBS                  48




---   >>>   Kelvin Fung, CEO, LMI Academy Ltd.   350


---   >>> Corporate Clinical Psychologists       50
      >>> Dr. Sammy Chen PL, Resident >>>
      MBChB Dr. WT Poon, AC >>> MBChB, MSc
      Dr. Eric CY Law, Resident >>> MBChB,
      BMedSc (Hons) Dr. Hencher HC Lee,
---   Resident >>> MBChB                         50
      >>> 1. Pun Kwong Lik, UCH RN(ICU) >>> 2.
      Hui Fuk Hing, UCH APN(OR) >>> 3. Chan
---   Wai Yee, UCH NO(AED)                       200
---   >>> Tsang Lee Lee                           35
      >>> Ms. Elsa Tsang, Director, Nethersole
      Institute of Continuing Holistic Health
---   Education                                  30




5Hr   >>>   Linda LAI, M(MH0)                    16




---   >>>   Mr Steve Huen, CEO, EGL Tours Ltd    350

---   >>>   Mr. Willis Ko, MSc                   48
        >>> Mr. Joshua MAK, CC(ST), NTWC >>> Dr.
 ---    N S KWONG, COS(P&AM), TMH                         150
        >>> S K Au, Consultant Clinical Oncologist,
        Queen Elizabeth Hospital >>> C C Law,
        Clinical Oncologist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
        >>> Luke Lin, Medical Director, Global Clinical
        Development Oncology, Asia Pacific Merch
2Hr     Serono                                            30




        >>> H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr,Professor of
        Philosophy, Rice University Professor
        Emeritus, Department of Medicine, Baylor
        College of Medicine, Houston Senior Editor,
1Hr     The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy (SCI)      30




3.5Hr   >>>   Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)                   30

 ---    >>>   Dr. KL Fan, A&E Dept, QMH                   30
        >>>Mr. Joshua MAK, CC(ST), NTWC >>> Dr.
 ---    N S KWONG, COS(P&AM), TMH                 150

 ---    >>>   Mr. Simon Siu, SO(MED), QMH         30




 ---    >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO       40




3.5Hr   >>>   Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)           30
---   >>>   External consultant                      40




---   >>>   External consultant                      40

---   >>>   Ms Hilda Leong                           32

      >>>Dr Rico Liu, Cluster Coordinator (Patient
      Relations & Corporate Affairs) Ms Ruby
      Leung, SNO(C&C), QMH Mr Percy Cheng,
      Staff Health Ambassador, HKWC Ms Joyce
      Leung, CGM (HR), HKWC Ms Linda Lok,
---   SHRM (T&OD), HKWC                              40

---   >>>   Dr. YIP Sze Fai Associate Consultant     50


        MS LI WAH CHUN, WM (SURGERY),
      >>>
---   QMH                                            80




        Dr Rita Wan, Principal Consultant of
      >>>
---   AC&A Consultancy & Training Co Ltd             40




        Dr Rita Wan, Principal Consultant of
      >>>
---   AC&A Consultancy & Training Co Ltd             40




        Dr Rita Wan, Principal Consultant of
      >>>
---   AC&A Consultancy & Training Co Ltd             40
        Dr Rita Wan, Principal Consultant of
      >>>
---   AC&A Consultancy & Training Co Ltd         40




        Dr Rita Wan, Principal Consultant of
      >>>
---   AC&A Consultancy & Training Co Ltd         40




---   >>>   Ms Kina Cheng, HRM(T&D), HAHO        40




---   >>>   Mr Kelvin Fung, CEO of LMI Academy   40
        Julie MA, M(WV&SD), Steven SIU, OT II
      >>>
---   QEH                                           35


      >>>Dr Rita Wan, Principal Consultant , AC&A
---   Consultancy & Training Co Ltd                 30


---   >>>   Ms. Joanne Chan, Pharmacist, UCH        200




---   >>>   HA Corporate Clinical Psychologist(s)   60


      >>>Dr Rita Wan, Principal Consultant, AC&A
---   Consultancy & Training Co Ltd                 30


4Hr   >>>   AHA-BLS Instructors                     24
---   >>>   T&D Trainers, HAHO                      350




---   >>>   T&D Trainers                            350




---   >>>   External consultant                     350




---   >>>   Mr. Tony CHAN, MT, PWH                  25




---   >>>   Mr. Albert Li, SMT, PYNEH               25


---   >>>   Ms Clarice Chu, Higher Diploma in MLS   30
---   >>>   Miranda Yau                          32




---   >>>   Henry CHEUNG, EOII, Q&RM, TMH        40




5Hr   >>> Linda LAI, M(MHO)                      16
      >>> Dr. Oliver Midasch (Chemist of
      Chromsystems), Scientific Affairs/Mass
---   Spec. Specialist.                          6
      >>> Dr. Oliver Midasch (Chemist of
      Chromsystems), Scientific Affairs / Mass
---   Spec. Specialist.                          6
 ---    >>>   Henry CHEUNG, EOII, Q&RM, TMH   300




3.5Hr   >>>   Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)       30




        >>>Julie MA, M(WV&SD) HAHO, Steven
 ---    SIU, OT II QEH                        30




 ---    >>>   Ms. SO Fung-ling                150
 ---    >>>   External consultant                     40




 ---    >>>   External consultant                     40


          Ms Ritchie Kwok, Clinical Pharmacist
        >>>
 ---    QMH                                           60




0.5Hr   >>>   tO BE CONFIRMED                         400




        >>>Dr Tse Chun Yan >>> Ex-Hospital Chief
        Executive of the United Christian Hospital
 ---    (UCH)( May 1994-August 2005)                  50


 ---    >>>   Corporate Clinical Psychologists        40


        >>>Dr Rita Wan, Principal Consultant , AC&A
 ---    Consultancy & Training Co Ltd                 30

 ---    >>>   Dr. Carol Siu, Resident, TMH            50
---   >>>   Mr. William CHAN                       150


---   >>>   HA Trainers                            35


      >>>Dr Rita Wan, Principal Consultant, AC&A
---   Consultancy & Training Co Ltd                30




      >>>Dr Derrick Au >>> KCC SD(G&CC) / KCC
---   SD (AH) / KH HCE / HKE HCE                   50

---   >>>   Dr. Vincent Cheung                     35




      >>> Ms. Elsa Tsang, Director, Nethersole
      Institute of Continuing Holistic Health
---   Education                                    30

---   >>>   Ms. Bonnie Fong, SO(MED), QMH          30




---   >>>   Tim Kirkman & Cynthia Deans            50
        Julie MA, M(WV&SD), Steven SIU, OT II
      >>>
---   QEH                                              30




      >>>   Paul Arkwright, Director, Excel Educatio
---   Ltd                                              350




---   >>>   T&D Trainers                               350
        Julie MA, M(WV&SD), Steven SIU, OT II
      >>>
---   QEH                                        30




---   >>>Ms. L C KWOK                            150
      >>>Dr LIU Kwong Sun, Sunny, Deputy
      Cluster Service Director (Quality & Risk
      Management), Hong Kong East Cluster,
      Senior Medical Officer, Department of
      Psychiatry, Pamela Youde Nethersole
      Eastern Hospital >>> Ms Ng Wai Ling
      Pauline, Nursing Officer, Psychiatric
      Consultation-Liaison Nurse, Pamela Youde
---   Nethersole Eastern Hospital                200




---   >>>   MR KENNETH YIP, M(0), QMH            100
---   >>>   MR KENNETH YIP, MO(0), QMH             100

      >>> Dr T L LEE, AC (PAED, QMH >>> Dr Y W
      YUEN, CC(CLINICAL SERVICES), HKWC
      >>> MS W C LI, WM(SURGERY), QMH >>>
      MS RUBY LEUNG, SNO(CND/C&C0, HKWC
      >>> MS SYLVIA NG, PRO / SNO, CND, TWH
      >>> MS ANITA SIU, DOM, AICU, QMH >>>
      DR C K CHYAN, DEPUTY HCE (CLINICAL
      SERVICES), QMH >>> Ms Joyce LEUNG,
      HKWC CGM(HR) >>> DR ADRIAN LEUNG,
---   MO, DKCH                                     150




      >>>Ivy Ning >>> Douglas Gerber, PeoplePlus
---   Consulting                                   30




---   >>>   Mr Simon Cheng, SHRM(T&D), HAHO        40




---   >>>   Mr Kelvin Fung, CEO of LMI Academy     42
---   >>>   Stevem Siu, OT I QEH                    30




---   >>>Dr. Angel Chan (FRCPA)                     30
      >>>Dr Rosalie LO, Corporate Senior Clinical
---   Psychologist                                  60




      >>>Ivy Ning >>> Douglas Gerber, PeoplePlus
---   Consulting                                    30

      >>>Dr. Tony Mak WL, Consultant Dr. Sammy
      Chen PL, Resident >>> MBChB Dr. Doris CK
      Ching, Resident >>> MBChB Dr. Eric CY Law,
      Resident >>> MBChB, BMedSc (Hons) Dr.
---   Carol Siu, Resident >>> MBChB, MSc            50




---   >>>   Mr. Kit LEUNG                           10
---   >>>   Mr. Kit LEUNG M(KS)           10




        Dr Derrick Au, KCC SD(G&CC) /
      >>>
---   KCCSD(AH) / KH HCE / HKE HCE        50




---   >>>   Ms. L S CHAU, NS(A&IC), TMH   150
      >>>Mr Kevin Chui, Principal Consultant,
---   Knowledge Century Consulting              25




5Hr   >>>   Linda LAI, M(MH0)                   16
---   >>>   Mr. Kit LEUNG M(KS)                     10




---   >>>   Mr. Kit LEUNG                           10


        MS LI WAH CHUN, WM(SURGERY),
      >>>
---   QMH                                           100




---   >>>   HA Corporate Clinical Psychologist(s)   60
---   >>>   Simon WONG, DM OCC TPH   60




---   >>>   Simon Wong, DM OCC TPH   60




---   >>>   Mr. Kit LEUNG M(KS)      10
---     Ms. Kit LEUNG M(KS)
      >>>                                         10
        Dr. Morris Tai, Associate Consultant,
      >>>
---   QMH                                         30




---   >>>   Mr David CHIN, PYNOCC OTI, PYNEH      300




---   >>>   External consultant                   40




---   >>>   External consultant                   40




      >>>Mr. Eric Li Ms. Genevieve Hennache Mr.
---   Ronald Lo                                   25




---   >>> Dr. Stephanie Lee Mr. Simon Ko          25
      >>> Tsui Hon Kwong (BSc, Biomedical Sci)
---   (MT)                                        50
      >>> Ms. Elsa Tsang, Director, Nethersole
      Institute of Continuing Holistic Health
---   Education                                   30
      >>>Ivy Ning >>> Douglas Gerber, PeoplePlus
---   Consulting                                   30




---   >>>   Ms Jenny TAI, HRM(ST&D) / HKEC         400




      >>>Dr Derrick Au >>> KCC SD(G&CC) / KCC
---   SD (AH) / KH HCE / HKE HCE                   50




---   >>>Ms. SO Fung-ling or Deputy                150
      >>>Simon So, Toni Cheng, Brandon Chan &
---   Betsy Chan                                   35


---   >>>   Mr. Raymond LEUNG, DM(Mic), QMH        80
        Representative from Equal Opportunity
      >>>
---   Commission                                350

        Dr Wong Wai Shan, MBBS, FRCPath,
      >>>
---   QEH                                       50

      >>>Mr Derek Chan, M(OSH), UCH >>> Mr
---   Eddy Fung, AM(OSH), UCH                   30




---   >>>   External consultant                 350




---   >>>   Ms Kina Cheng, HRM(T&D), HAHO       350

      >>>Mr Derek Chan, M(OSH), UCH >>> Mr
---   Eddy Fung, AM(OSH), UCH                   30




---   >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO       40
---   >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO         80




---   >>>   Ms Jenny TAI, HRM(ST&D), HKEC         100

        Dr. Matthew Tsui, Consultant, A&E Dept,
      >>>
---   QMH                                         30

      >>>Mr. Ronald LO, Product Manager, Roche
---   Diagnostics (HK) Ltd.                       50




---   >>>   Mr. C K NG                            150
---   >>>   Mr Kelvin Fung, CEO, LMI Academy Ltd.   33




      >>>Ivy Ning >>> Douglas Gerber, PeoplePlus
---   Consulting                                    30


---   >>>   Vicky Chan                              30

      >>>Mr Derek Chan, M(OSH), UCH >>> Mr
---   Eddy Fung, AM(OSH), UCH                       30

---     Mr. Joe LAM >>> SEBIA Co
      >>>                                           50
        Dr CC Lau, Consultant, PYNEH >>> Dr
      >>>
---   TW Wong, Consultant, PYNEH                    100




---   >>>   Mr. Y L Tsim Mr. K P Chan               30
---   >>>   Dr. Kent Tsang                    30




      >>> Mr. James Chan, Regional Head and
      Principal Consultant of True North
---   Leadership Asia, Singapore              35




---   >>>   Experts from Finance Division     40




---   >>>   T&D Trainers, HAHO                350
---   >>>   HA Corporate Clinical Psychologist(s)   60


---   >>>   Dr. Ricky IP, SO(IM), QMH               15

---   >>>   Ms Peggie Wong, Roche Diagnostics       30




---   >>>   Ms Katherine Shiu, SM(Corp HR), HAHO    40




      >>>Dr Rita Wan, Principal Consultant , AC&A
---   Consultancy & Training Co Ltd                 25
5Hr   >>>   Linda LAI, M(MHO)                       16

      >>> Dr. Jones CM Chan, MO Dr. Doris CK
      Ling, Resident >>> MBChB Dr. Sammy Chen,
      Resident >>> MBChB Dr. Eric Law, Resident
      >>> MBChB, BMedSc (Hons) Mr. YH Lam,
      SO(M) >>> MSc Mr. Edward Chen, SO(M) >>>
---   MSc Ms. Suzanne Chan, MT >>> MSc              50




---   >>>   HA Corporate Clinical Psychologist(s)   60
---   >>>   Simon WONG, DM OCC TPH   60




---   >>>   Simon WONG, DM OCC TPH   60
      >>>Dr Tse Chun Yan, ex-hospital Chief
      executive of the United Christian Hospital
---   (UCH)                                          50




---   >>>   T&D Trainers                             350




---   >>>   T&D Trainers                             350




      >>> Dr Rita Wan, Principal Consultant , AC&A
---   Consultancy & Training Co Ltd                  25
---   >>> Mr Eric Wong, MT, QMH                      30


---   >>>   Mr. Leung Kwok Hung, MSc                 50
        鍾漢平,顧問醫生,外科部,東華醫院;
      >>>
      葉維傑,顧問醫生,外科部,東華醫院;
      楊淑芬,資深護師,外科部,東華醫院;
      黎詠詩,醫師,中醫部,東華三院;
      伍麗儀,醫師,中醫部,東華三院;
      張綺敏,醫師,中醫部,東華三院;
      莫恒殷,醫師,中醫部,東華三院;
      廖寶玲,醫師,中醫部,東華三院;
      鄭曉婷,醫師,中醫部,東華三院;
      黃雁玲,醫師,中醫部,東華三院;
---   陳宇傑,醫師,中醫部,東華三院。                         40


      >>>Miss Anna Kwan, MT, UCH Mr Kevin
---   Tang MT, UCH Miss Kelly Yuen, AMT, UCH   30




      >>>Wallance Ma, Director, Triton
---   Development Ltd.                         25




---   >>>   Dr Y K KWAN, SMO(M&G), TMH         40
---   >>>   Mr. CHAN Tze Choi, NO(CND), QMH         80




---   >>>   Mr Kelvin Fung, CEO, LMI Academy Ltd.   33




      >>>Dr Tse Chun Yan, Ex-hospital Chief
      Executive of the United Christian Hospital
---   (UCH)                                         50
---   >>>   Dr. HO Chi-kin, Dep HCE, TMH           150




      >>>   Dr Ruby Kwong, Dept of Medicine, QEH
      >>>   Dr Tommy Tang, Dept of Medicine, QEH
---   >>>                                          250

---   >>>Ms Grace kwan                             35
      >>>Dr. Carol SIU Resident Pathology
---   Department Tuen Mun Hospital                 50
      >>>Mr. Karl Lo (PhD), Specialist from Waters
---   Co.Ltd                                         50




        Ms Rebecca Lee, Consultant of Hi-Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd                   40




        Ms Rebecca Lee, Consultant of Hi-Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd                   40




---   >>>   T&D Trainers                             350




      >>> Mr. James Chan, Regional Head and
      Principal Consultant of True North
---   Leadership Asia, Singapore                     35


---   >>>   Corporate Clinical Psychologists         50
---   >>>   Eddy FUNG, AM(OSH) KEC              30




      >>>Dr Derrick Au >>> KCC SD(G&CC) / KCC
---   SD (AH) / KH HCE / HKE HCE                50


        Mr. Lam Keung Sang, Johnson, MSc,
      >>>
---   CSci, FIBMS Mr. Tsui Hon Kwong, BSc       50




---   >>>   Henry CHEUNG, EOII, Q&RM, TMH       300

---   >>>   Mr Eric Wong, MT, QMH               30
        Trainer of Centre of Behavioral Health
      >>>
---   HKU                                         40




        Trainer of Centre of Behavioral Health,
      >>>
---   HKU                                         40
---   >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO       40




---   >>>   Ms Ivy Cheung, HRM(T&D), HAHO       40




      >>>Lam Keung Sang, Johnson, MSc, CSci,
---   FIBMS Li Kwan Ying, Theresa, BSc          50

      >>> Mr. Peter KO Wing Hong, BSc, Safety
---   Officer Mr. YU Kwan Wang, BSc             30

---   >>>   Mr Eric Wong, MT, QMH               30
---   >>>   Julie MA, M(WV&SD)                     30


---   >>>   Dr. Eric CHAN, CONS(IMM), QMH          15




---   >>>   Ms Ng Wan Han, MSc, FIBMS              50




---   >>>   Tim Kirkman & Cynthia Deans            50




      >>>Dr Rita Wan, Principal Consultant ,AC&A
---   Consultancy & Training Co Ltd                25
      >>> Ms Marissa TSANG, MOSAI Consultant
      Ltd Ms Jenny TAI, HRD(ST&D) / HKEC Ms
---   Esther LEE, HRM(T&D) / HAHO                 40
      >>> Dr Anne Kwan, UCH COS(Dept of
      Ana,PM&OS)/ KEC CSD(Q&S) >>> William
---   Poon, UCH SNO(S&P)                          200




---   >>> HA Corporate Clinical Psychologist(s)   60
---   >>> Mr Eric Wong, MT, QMH                   30




---   >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO         40
---   >>>   Simon WONG, DM OCC TPH   60




---   >>>   Simon WONG, DM OCC TPH   60
---   >>>   Ms Kina Cheng, HRM(T&D), HAHO           40




---   >>>   Mr Kelvin Fung of LMI Academy Limited   40




---   >>>   Corporate Clinical Psychologist(s)      30




        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi-Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd                  40




        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi-Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd                  40
5Hr     >>>   Linda LAI, M(MH0)    16




3.5Hr   >>>   Julie MA, M(WV&SD)   30
      >>>Mr. Anthony Behan, Founder and
      Managing Director of the Communication
---   Group Ltd                                        30


      >>> Prof LAM Ching-Wan, Professor of
      Chemical Pathology, Department of
      Pathology, The University of Hong Kong >>>
      Dr LAM Tak-Sum, Stephen, Consultant
      Clinical Geneticist & Head of Clinical Genetic
      Service, Department of Health >>> Dr Liu
      Hing-Wing, CM(CE&TM), HAHO >>> Prof LO
      Yuk-Ming, Dennis, Li Ka Shing Professor of
      Medicine & Professor of Chemical
      Pathology,The Chinese University of Hong
      Kong >>> Dr MA Shiu-Kwan, Edmond,
      Director of Clinical & Molecular Pathology,
      Department of Pathology, Hong Kong
      Sanatorium & Hospital >>> Dr MAK Miu,
      Chloe, Consultant of Department of
      Pathology, Princess Margaret Hospital >>> Dr
      SIU Lai-Ping, Lisa, Scientific Officer
      (Medical) of Department of Pathology, Queen
      Elizabeth Hospital >>> Dr Ronald Leslie
      ZIMMERN, Chairman of the Foundation for
      Genomics and Population Health, United
---   Kingdom >>>                                      280




      >>>Dr Rita Wan, Principal Consultant , AC&A
---   Consultancy & Training Co Ltd                    25
      >>> Prof. Iwona Wlodarska, Professor,
      Laboratory of Clinical and Molecular
      Cytogenetics of Malignancy, Catholic
      University of Leuven, Belgium >>> Prof. S P
      Yip, Professor, Department of Health
      Technology and Informatics, Hong Kong
---   Polytechnic University                        250
      >>> Dr. Liz Yuen, Consultant Pathologist,
      Department of Chemical Pathology, Prince of
      Wales Hospital >>> Mr. M F Tong, Scientific
      Officer (Medical), Cytogenetic Laboratory,
      Clinical Genetic Service, Department of
---   Health                                        250
---   >>> Mr Eric Wong, MT, QMH                      30




        Trainer of Centre of Behavioral Health,
      >>>
---   HKU                                           40




      >>>Dr Rosalie LO, Corporate Senior Clinical
---   Psychologist                                  60

      >>> Prof. Iwona Wlodarska, Professor,
      Laboratory of Clinical and Molecular
      Cytogenetics of Malignancy, Catholic
      University of Leuven, Belgium >>> Dr. Angel
      Chan, Associate Consultant Pathologist,
      Chemical Pathology Laboratory, Queen
---   Elizabeth Hospital, Hong Kong                 250
      >>>Dr. W M Lai, Chief of Service,
      Department of Microbiology, Prince of Wales
      Hospital >>> Dr. P L Ho, Associate Professor,
      Department of Microbiology, Queen Mary
---   Hospital                                        250




---   >>> Trainer from HKU                            42
      >>> LAI Sik-to, Dr, HAIDC >>> LUK Hung-to,
      Dr, PMH >>> MAK Tony,Dr, PMH >>> MOK
      Ngai-shing, Dr, PMH >>> CHENG Ashley, Dr,
      PMH >>> SHEK Chi-chiu, Dr, PMH >>>
---   CHUNG Ivis, CM, HAHO                            250




        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi-Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd                    350
 ---   >>> Ms Ivy Cheung, HRM(T&D), HAHO             350
       >>> Professor Karen Grimmer-Somers,
       Director of International Centre for Allied
10Hr   Health Evidence, Australia                    40
       >>> Professor Karen Grimmer-Somers,
       Director of International Centre for Allied
10Hr   Health Evidence, Australia                    40


       >>>Dr Nancy Tung, CCE KWC Prof Leif
 ---   Svanstrom, Chair WHO                          250


         Dr. WL Yip, MO, QMH >>> Dr. CK Wan,
       >>>
 ---   MO, QMH >>> Dr. CL Tang, MO, QMH              30




 ---   >>>   Julie MA, M(WV&SD)                      30
        >>>Dr WONG Miu-ling Medical Officer
        Surveillance and Epidemiology Branch
        Centre for Health protection >>> Ms Jane
        Leung Infection Control Branch, Center for
        Health Protection / Infectious Disease
 ---    Control Training Centre, HA >>>              180




 ---    >>>   Mr. Jerome FAN, ICAC Officer           200




 ---    >>>   Henry CHEUNG, EOII, Q&RM, TMH          40




0.5Hr   >>>   tO BE CONFIRMED                        400




 ---    >>>   Mr. Alex WONG, MSc                     30
3Hr   >>>   Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH), HAHO   30




---   >>>   Julie MA, M(WV&SD)                30




3Hr   >>>   Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)         30




---   >>>   Mr. HW Lo Mr. WT Hui              50
---   >>>   Trainer from HKU                        42




      >>> Ms Rebecca LEE, Corporate
      Communication Officer (Education) Office of
---   the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data    300
3Hr   >>>Linda LAI, M(MH0)                           25
      >>>Dr. KM CHAN, AC , IDM, TMH >>> Dr.
      Albert AU, SMO, SEB, CHP >>> Ms HS LAM,
      SNO Chief Infection Control Officer Office,
---   HA >>>                                         180




        Ms. Cammy LIU (Genral Manager of
      >>>
---   Manchester Training & Consultancy Institute)   200
       >>> Course Consultant Dr Lau Chun-Wing,
       Arthur Specialist in Respiratory Medicine,
       Associate Consultant, Department of
       Intensive Care, & Honorary Associate
       Consultant, Division of Respiratory and
       Critical Care Medicine, Department of
       Medicine, PYNEH Course Directors Ms Lo
       Wan-Po, Joanna Advanced Practice Nurse,
       Department of Intensive Care, PYNEH Dr
       Lam Sin-Man, Grace Specialist in
       Respiratory Medicine, Associate Consultant,
       Department of Intensive Care, PYNEH
       Associate Course Directors Ms Fok See-Kee
       Advanced Practice Nurse, Department of
       Intensive Care, PYNEH Ms Li Siu-Chun
       Advanced Practice Nurse, Department of
       Intensive Care, PYNEH Ms Ng Ching-Ping,
       Polly Advanced Practice Nurse, Department
       of Intensive Care, PYNEH Secretary Ms
       Candice Law Department of Intensive Care,
       PYNEH Speakers Dr Yan Wing-Wa
       Specialist in Critical Care Medicine, Director,
       Department of Intensive Care, PYNEH Dr
       Chan King-Chung, Kenny Specialist in
       Intensive Care Medicine, Associate
       Consultant, Department of Intensive Care,
       PYNEH Dr Chan Yan-Fat, Alfred Specialist in
       Respiratory Medicine, Associate Consultant,
       Department of Medicine, Caritas Medical
       Centre Dr Lo Yi-Tat Specialist in Respiratory
12Hr   Medicine, Department of Medicine, PYNEH           60




       >>> Henry CHEUNG, NTWC Officer(Lean
 ---   Office)/EOII(Q&RM)                                80
---   >>>   Julie MA, M(WV&SD)              30

---   >>>   Mr Eric Wong, MT, QMH           30




---   >>>   Mr. HW Lo Mr. WT Hui            50

---     Yiru Shen, PhD
      >>>                                   48
        Ms Peggie Wong Medical Marketing
      >>>
---   Manager, Roche Diagnostics (HK) Ltd   50


---   >>>   Helen WONG, AMT(IMM), QMH       12




        Ven. Liaoyi, 了一法師,
      >>>
---   慈善團體「心靈環保慈悲基金會」創辦人                    170




      >>>Dr. TSANG Fan Kwong, 曾繁光醫生,
---   Specialist in Psychiatry              60
      >>> Ms. Katherine SHIU, 蕭嘉韻女士, Senior
      Manager (Corporate Human Resources),
---   Hospital Authority Head Office                   30
      >>> Dr. CHUNG Kin-lai, Service Director
      (Quality and Risk Management), New
      Territories West Cluster / Hospital Chief
      Executive of Castle Peak Hospital and Siu
      Lam Hospital >>> Ms Becky Lam,
      Physiotherapist, United Christian Hospital >>>
      Dr. Eddie CHOW, Chairman of Organizing
---   Committee                                        300

      >>>Jonus Cheng, Product Specialist, BD
---   (Becton Dickinson and Company)                   30




      >>> Anthony Cheung, Chief Manager of CMS,
      HAHO >>> Dr. Eunise Ho, AC, ICU, PMH >>>
      Dr K W Lam, SMO, QEH >>> Ms L Lau, NO,
      ICU, PYNEH >>> Dr Kenny Chan, AC, ICU,
      PYNEH >>> Ms M Y Wong, WM, ICU, TMH
      >>> Ms L S Chow, NS, ICU, TMH >>> Ms W L
      Mak, NS, ICU, PMH >>> Ms K M Ho, WM,
---   ICU, PWH >>>                                     100

      >>> Dr. Albert LO, Cluster Chief Executive,
      New Territories West Cluster >>> Dr. LEUNG
      Pak-yin, Director (Quality and Safety),
      Hospital Authority >>> Prof. Joseph SUNG
      Jao-yiu, 沈祖堯教授, Vice-Chancellor and
      President, Chinese University of Hong Kong
      >>> Mr. TSANG Kin-ping, 曾建平先生,
      President, Retina Hong Kong, Secretary,
      Governing Board of International Alliance of
      Patients Organizations Chairperson, Alliance
      for Patients' Mutual Help Organizations >>>
      Dr. Philemon CHOI Yuen-wan, 蔡元雲醫生,
      Hon. General Secretary of Breakthrough,
      The President of the Youth Foundation >>>
      Dr. Eddie CHOW, Chairman of Organizing
---   Committee                                        300
---   >>>   Ms Esther Lee, HRM(T&D), HAHo   40




---   >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO   80




---   >>>   Julie MA, M(WV&SD)              30
---   >>>   Ms Ivy Cheung, HRM(T&D), HAHO       40




---   >>>   Experts from Finance Division       60




      >>>Mr Kevin Chui, Principal Consultant,
---   Knowledge Century Consulting              30
      >>>Paul Arkwright, Director of Studies, Excel
---   Education Limited                               350




        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi-Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd                    350




---   >>> Corporate Clinical Psychologist(s)          30
      >>> Wu Suet Heung, UCH APN(P&AM) >>>
      CHOI Ming Wah, UCH RN(Med) >>> Wong
---   Pui Shan, UCH APN(SOPD)                         200




      >>> Ms Kathy Chan, Founder Partner and
      Chief Consultant of Public Communication
---   Strategic Consultancy (PCSC)                    40




      >>>Ms Carole Li, Corporate Clinical
---   Psychologist, Hospital Authority                660
      >>>Ms Varole Li, Corporate Clinical
---   Psychologist, Hospital Authority               6




---   >>>   Ms Joreme FAN, ICAC Officer              150

      >>> Dr Samuel Ho, Assistant Professor,
      Department of Psychology, HKU >>> Dr Rico
      Liu, Associate Consultant, Department of
      Clinical Oncology, QMH >>> Ms Celina Ho,
      Department Operations Manager, ICS, QMH
      >>> Ms Carole Li, CP, Oasis, Hospital
      Authority Head Office >>> Ms W M Lee,
      Advanced Practice Nurse, Dept of Peadiatric
      and Adolescent Medicine, QMH >>> Ms Dune
      Leung, SRA, Human Resources Manager,
      Human Resources Services Centre, Hong
---   Kong West Cluster >>>                          200
---   >>> Dr. Vincent Cheng                           35

      >>>Professor Peter FURNESS, President,
      The Royal College of Pathologists, UK' Dr.
      WONG Kit Fai, Cluster Chief of Service
      (Pathology), Kowloon Central Cluster >>> Mr.
      LIAK Teng Lit, Chief Executive Officer,
      Alexandra Health, Singapore >>> Dr.
      Raymond YUNG, Assistant Medical
      Superintendent, Hong Kong Sanatorium &
---   Hospital                                       150
      >>>Professor Peter FURNESS, President,
      The Royal College of Pathologists, UK' Dr.
      LEE Kam Cheong, Cluster Chief of Service
      (Pathology), Kowloon West Cluster >>> Mr.
      LIAK Teng Lit, Chief Executive Officer,
---   Alexandra Health, Singapore                     150




---   >>>   Trainer from HKU                          42




      >>> Prof. Ignatius Tak-sun YU, Head, Division
      of Occupational and Environmental Health,
      School of Public Health and Primary Care,
---   The Chinese University of Hong Kong             300




        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi-Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd                    40
        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi-Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd                  40


      >>> Professor Peter FURNESS, President,
      The Royal College of Pathologists, UK >>>
      Dr. LO Su Vui, Director (Strategy &
      Planning), Strategy & Planning Division,
      Hospital Authority Head Office, Hong Kong
      >>> Mr. LIAK Teng Lit, Chief Executive
---   Officer, Alexandra Health, Singapore          150




---   >>>   Trainer from HKU                        42




      >>> Ms Rebecca LEE, Corptorate
      Communication Officer (Education) Office of
---   the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data    100
---   >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO   40




5Hr   >>>   Linda LAI, M(MHO)               16
---   >>>   Julie MA, M(WV&SD)                      250

        Dr Bernard J. Hammes, PhD, Director of
      >>>
      Medical Humanities, Gundersen Lutheran
---   Medical Foundation, US                        250




---   >>>   HA Corporate Clinical Psychologist(s)   60

---   >>>   Lam Ching Wan,Professor,QMH             30




---   >>>   Henry CHEUNG, EOII, Q&RM, TMH           300
---   >>>   Ms. Judy Lai, SO(M), MSc                30




---   >>>   Mr Kelvin Fung, CEO, LMI Academy Ltd.   350




      >>>Mr WONG Ting Yim, Education Officer,
---   The Mental Health Association of Hong Kong    60




      >>>Dr Tonny Ng, SMO, SEB, CHP >>> Dr
      WM Chan ,Resident Specialist, Dept of
---   Paediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, PMH >>>    180
---   >>>   Ms Esther Lee, HRM(T&D), HAHO   40




3Hr   >>>   Linda LAI, M(MHO)               25
---   >>> Julie MA, M(WV&SD)                       200
      >>> Dr. Henry KWOK, AC(OMC)/QMH >>>
---   Mr. Chris YIP, PT I(Physio)/QMH              80

      >>> Dr Anne Kwan, Kowloon East Cluster
---   Cluster Service Director(Quality & Safety)   200
      >>> Dr. Cheung Sin, Resident Mr. Leung Hoi
---   Wah, Medical Technologist                    50




---   >>>   T&D Trainers                           350




---   >>>   T&D Trainers                           350

      >>>Dr. W S WONG, MBBS, FRCPath >>>
---   AC, QEH                                      50
 ---    >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO           40




 ---    >>>   Mr Kelvin Fung of LMI Academy Limited   40




 ---    >>>   Ms Ivy Cheung, HRM(T&D), HAHO           40




 ---    >>>   Ms Esther Lee, HRM(T&D), HAHO           40




3.5Hr   >>>   Mr. Raymond Tsang, TO(AH)               30
---   >>> Trainer from HKU                        42
      >>> Dr. Tony Mak WL, Consultant Dr. Doris
      CK Ching, Resident >>> MBChB Mr. Edward
      ML Chen, SO(M) >>> MSc Ms. SW Ng,
      SO(M) >>> MSc Ms. Karen Chung, AMT >>>
---   MSc                                         50

---   >>>   Mr Patrick Leung, KEC APN(Q&S), UCH   200




---     MS Angie LO, ICAC Officer
      >>>                                         100
        Dr. HY Chung, MO, QMH >>> Dr. WL Yip,
      >>>
---   MO, QMH >>> Dr. X Wang, MO, QMH             30
        >>>Mr Wallance Ma, Director, Triton
 ---    Development Ltd.                         25




3.5Hr   >>>   Mr. Raymond Tsang                  30




        >>>Mr. Anthony Behan, Founder and
        Managing Director of the Communication
 ---    Group Ltd                                30




 ---    >>>   Ms Ivy Cheung, HRM(T&D), HAHO      40
---   >>>   Esther Lee, HRM(T&D), HAHO              40




        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd                  40




        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi Po
      >>>
---   Management Co Ltd                             40




3Hr   >>>   HA Corporate Clinical Psychologist(s)   60
---   >>>   HKU Lecturer                                42




---   >>>   Ms Kina CHENG, HRM(T&D), HAHO               40




      >>>   Paul Arkwright, Director, Excel Education
---   Ltd                                               350
        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi Po
      >>>
---   Management Co Ltd                          350




---   >>>   HKU Lecturer                         42


---   >>>   LEUNG Winnie, HRM(T&OD)/HR, HKWC     80




      >>> Dr. CHAN Kwong-fai, Kelvin (Visiting
      Fellow, Department of Management and
---   Marketing, HKPU)                           150
      >>> Dr W H Seto, Director, WHO
      Collaborating Centre for Infection Hospital,
      Hospital Authority >>> Dr K L Chung, Hospital
      Chief Executive, Castle Peak Hospital & Siu
      Lam Hospital >>> Representative of various
---   department of KEC (for CQI competition)          200

      >>> Mr. NG Ming-lam Mr. Ng has been a
      Jefferson Fellow of the East West Center in
      Hawaii where he studied political and
      economic developments of the Pacific Rim
      countries (1985). He was also trained in
      BBC, London in 1974, and in 1976 he was
      awarded a scholarship to study Financial
      Journalism at the Thomson Foundation in
      Cardiff, after winning the “Best Journalist of
      the Year” title in Hong Kong. Mr. Ng studied
      Comparative History at HKCU and was
---   awarded a Master of Arts Degree in 2009.         150

---   >>>   Ms Sharon Wu                               35




---   >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO              40




---   >>>   Mr Kelvin Fung, CEO of LMI Academy         40
3Hr   >>>   Linda LAI, M(MHO)                       24




---   >>>   HA Corporate Clinical Psychologist(s)   60




3Hr     HA Corporate Clinical Psychologist(s)
      >>>                                           60
        Dr. SZETO Siu Cheung, SMO Ms Aster
      >>>
      FONG, TSA Ma LAW Pui Man, TSA Ms Nora
---   CHAN, LA                                      50




        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd                  40
        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi Po
      >>>
---   Management Co Ltd                            40




      >>> Mr. James Chan, Regional Head and
      Principal Consultant of True North
---   Leadership Asia, Singapore                   35




      >>> Dr CHAN Kwong-fai, Kelvin ( Visiting
      Fellow, department of Management and
---   Marketing, HKPU)                             150




---   >>>   Mr Kelvin Fung, CEO, LMI Academy Ltd   350
      >>> Ms Susanna Lau, Former General
---   Manager of Hong Thai Travel Services Ltd         360
      >>> Mr. LO Wing Yiu, Ringo, Medical
---   Technologist, TMH                                50

      >>> - Prof. Karen Grimmer-Somers, Director,
      International Centre for Allied Health
      Evidence, University of South Australia,
      Australia >>> - Ms Karen Middleton, Chief
      Health Professions Officer, Department of
      Health, UK >>> and - Mr. Ian Woodruff,
      Senior Lecturer , Royal Melbourne Institute of
---   Technology University, Australia.                300

      >>> - Prof. Karen Grimmer-Somers, Director,
      International Centre for Allied Health
      Evidence, University of South Australia,
      Australia >>> - Ms Karen Middleton, Chief
      Health Professions Officer, Department of
      Health, UK >>> and - Mr. Ian Woodruff,
      Senior Lecturer , Royal Melbourne Institute of
---   Technology University, Australia.                300

---   >>>   Mr. Oliver Ma, SO(Medical) CBD, QMH        40




      >>>Dr Nelson Wat, CD(PR&CA), HKWC >>>
      Dr Rico Liu, CC(PR&CA), HKWC >>> Dr K M
---   Leung, CC(PR&CA), HKWC                           300




      >>> Mr. W T Hui Senior Medical Technologist
      PMH >>> Dr S Luk Executive Partner
      Infection Control Branch, CHP Infectious
      Disease Control Training Centre, HA >>> Mr
      Martin Kwan Occupation Hygienist Infection
      Control Branch, CHP Infectious Disease
---   Control Training Centre, HA >>>                  180
      >>> Ms Karen Middleton, CHPO, DH, UK >>>
      Ms Karen Grimmer-Somers, Director,
      International Centre for Allied Health
      Evidence, University of South Australia >>>
---   Mr Jimmy WU, SM(AH), HA                       20


      >>> - Dr FC Pang, HOQ&S(Q&St) >>> - Dr KL
      Chung, NTWC SD(Q&RM) >>> - Ms Susanna
      Ko, KCC CGM(AS) >>> - Mr Joseph Chiu,
      QMH >>> - Ms Anna Wu, CMC >>> - Mr WY
      Ho, QEH >>> - Mr Raymond Lam, TMH >>> -
---   Dr KK Chan, PYNEH.                            60
      >>> Dr. S.C. SZETO, SMO Ms Bern. F.H.
      FOK, SMT Ms LAI Wing Tong, MT Dr. LAU
      Ching Wa, Representatives from A&E
---   Trauma Team.                                  50




      >>>Dr Rico Liu, CC(PR&CA), HKWC >>> Dr
---   K M Leung, CC(PR&CA), HKWC                    300




---   >>>   Henry CHEUNG, EOII, O&RM, TMH           40




---   >>>   Ms Ivy Cheung, HRM(T&D), HAHO           40
        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi-Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd                  40




        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd                  40




---   >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHo           25




      >>> Mr. Thomas Chow, Visiting Lecturer,
      Management and Executive Development
---   Centre, PolyU                                 120
      >>> Ms NG Shun Chi, Fondy, Medical
      Technologist Chemical Pathology Laboratory,
---   TMH                                           50


      >>>WOO Ming Lau S Occup. Hygienis LD
      Sam TUNG, CIH Health Safety &
---   Environment Specialist, HKU                   150




---   >>>   Denise LO, EMSD                         150




---   >>>   YIP Sung Tat - LSO CUHK                 350
---   >>>   Dr. Susana Lau                           35
 ---   >>>   HA Corporate Clinical Psychologist(s)   60


 ---   >>>   Please refer to the file attached       270




       >>>Dr C M LI, HSE Senior Manger, Health,
       Safety and Environment Office, The Hong
       Kong University of Science and Technology
       (UST) Chartered Safety and Health
       Practitioner, Registered Safety Auditor >>>
       Registered Safety Officer >>> CFIOSH >>>
       FHKRSAA >>> FHKISA >>> POSHA >>>
 ---   MSOE >>> MIRTE                                60


 ---   >>> Please refer to the file attached         570
       >>> Ms Kathy Chan, Sales Executive,
 ---   Sysmex Hong Kong                              24
       >>> Professor Karen Grimmer-Somers,
       Director of International Centre for Allied
       Health Evidence, University of South
       Australia, Australia Ms Janine Dizon, PhD
       candidate, University of South Australia,
10Hr   Australia                                     30
       >>> Professor Karen Grimmer-Somers,
       Director of International Centre for Allied
       Health Evidence, University of South
       Australia, Australia Ms. Janine Dizon, PhD
       candidate, University of South Australia,
10Hr   Australia                                     30
      >>>Dr Albert Au, SMO SEB, CHP >>> Dr
      Kelvin To, Asst. Prof. Department of
---   Microbiology, HKU >>>                     180




---   >>>   Mrs. Margaret CHENG                 100




---   >>>   Henry CHEUNG, EOII, Q&RM, TMH       300

---   >>>Dr. Eric CHAN, CONS(IMM), QMH          12
      >>>Dr. sidney Tam, COS, CBD,QMH >>> Dr.
---   Matthew Yeung, Resident, CBD,QMH          30

      >>>Dr. SZETO Siu Cheung, SMO Ms LAI
---   Wing Tong, MT Ms CHEUNG Yuk Lai, MT       50
      >>>Mr Kevin Chui, Principal Consultant,
---   Knowledge Century Consulting                30




      >>>Dr. Wai-Ming Mak, Assistant Professor,
      Department of Management and Marketing,
---   Faculty of Business, PolyU                  120




      >>>Dr K K CHAN, Sr Physicist PYNEH YIP
---   Sung Tat, Lab Safety Officer (Rad) CUHK     100




      >>>Dr K K CHAN, Sr Physicist PYNEH YIP
---   Sung Tat Lab Safety Officer (Rad) CUHK      100




---   >>>   T&D HAHO Trainer                      350
---   >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO        350




---   >>>   T&D Trainers                         350




      >>> Mr Kevin Chui, Principal Consultant,
---   Knowledge Century Consulting               25
      >>> Dr. Tony Mak, Consultant Dr. Sammy
      Chen, Resident >>> MBChB Dr. Eric Law,
      Resident >>> MBChB, BmedSc (Hons) Dr.
---   Doris Ching, Resident >>> MBChB            50
      >>> Dr. Anucha Apisarnthanarak, MD,
      Assistant Professor, Thammasat University
      Hospital, Thailand >>> Mr. Peter Hoffman,
      Consultant Clinical Scientist, Laboratory of
      Healthcare-associated Infection, Health
      Protection Agency, UK >>> Dr. Susan Huang,
      MD MPH, Assistant Professor and Hospital
      Epidemiologist, UC Irvine School of
      Medicine, USA >>> Dr. Ling Moi Lin, MBBS,
      FRCPA, CPHQ, MBA, Director of Infection
      Control, Singapore General Hospital >>> Dr.
      Vivien Chuang, Associate Consultant,
      Department of Pathology, Queen Elizabeth
      Hospital >>> Dr. Bosco Lam, Associate
      Consultant, Department of Pathology,
      Princess Margaret Hospital >>> Dr. WK Luk,
      Senior Medical Officer, Department of
---   Pathology, Tseung Kwan O Hospita >>>           180




---   >>>Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO               80
      >>>Dr. Chiu Wa Keung, UCH SMO(P&AM) /
      Chairperson of KEC Document Control
---   Subcommittee                                   150

---   >>>   Ms Junet Choi                            35




---   >>>   Ivy Cheung, HRM(T&D), HAHO               40
---   >>>   Ms Esther Lee, HRM(T&D), HAHO             40




      >>> Dr. Anthony Shek (FHKCPath),
---   Consultant Pathologist (Chemical Pathology)
      >>> 'Dr Albert Chan, Dierector of HA            30
      Toxicology Reference Laboratory' >>> 'Dr
      Micheal C.H. Chan, Resident Specialist,
      PWH Poison Treatment Centre' >>> 'Dr Jones
      C.M. Chan, PWH Poison Treatment Centre'
      >>> 'Dr Sammy Chen, Resident, HA
      Toxicology Reference Laboratory' >>> 'Ms
      Peggy Cheung, Pharmacist, CPO' >>> 'Dr
      R.J. Hoffman, Dept of Emergency Medicine,
      Beth Israel Medical Centre, USA' >>> 'Dr T K
      Kong, Consultant, Dept of Medicine and
      Geriatrics, PMH' >>> Dr Tony Mak,
      Consultant, HA Toxicology Reference
      Laboratory' >>> 'Dr Sze Hong Ng, Associate
      Consultant, Hong Poison Information Centre'
      >>> Ms Teresa Ngan, Senior Pharmacist,
      Chief Pharmacist's Office' >>> Prof. Munir
      Pirmohamed, NHS Chair of
      Pharmacogenetics, and Professor, Dept of
      Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology, and
      Deputy Director, MRC Centre for Drug Safety
      Sciences, The University of Liverpool, United
      Kingdom' >>> Dr M L Tse, Consultantm Hong
      Kong Poison Information Centre' >>> Dr K L
      Tsui, Senior Medical Officer, Department of
      Accicdent & Emergency, Tuen Mun Hospital'
      >>> Prof. Winai Wananukul, Assosicate
      Professor, Division of Clinical Pharmacology
      and Toxicology, Department of Medicine,
---   Faculty of Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital,      350
---   >>>   T&D Trainers                         350


---   >>>HA Trainers                             35
      >>>Mr. LEUNG Hoi Wah Medical
---   Technologist                               50


      >>>Mr.SW Cheung, DM(Path), PMH/YCH >>>
      Mr.WY Ho, DM(Path), QEH >>> Mr.KK
      Leung, M(OH&SS), HOHR >>> Mr. Watson
      Wong, SMT(Path), PMH >>> Ms. Alice Yip,
      DM(Path), UCH >>> Mr. YL Tsim, SMT(PI),
---   TMH >>> Ms. Susan Ma, TO(AH), HOCS         50

---   >>>   Ms Bonnie Fong, SO (Med), CBD, QMH   30




        Steven SIU OT I QEH, David CHIN, OT I
      >>>
---   PYNEH                                      35
      >>>Mr Kevin Chui, Principal Consultant of
      Knowledge Century Consulting >>> Guest
      Speaker, Mr Kee Chi Hing, Principal
---   Consultant of KEEP Consulting.               100

      >>>Professor Doris Young, MBBS, MD,
      FRACGP, Professor and Chair of General
      Practice, Department of General Practice
      and Primary Health Care, Associate Dean
      (Academic), Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry
      and Health Sciences, the University of
      Melbourne >>> Professor Jane Gunn, MBBS,
      FRACGP, DRANZCOG, PhD, Head of
      Department of General Practice and Primary
      Health Care, Chair of Primary Care
      Research, Director of the Primary Care
---   Research Unit, the University of Melbourne   40

---   >>>   Dr. Robert Rice                        30




      >>> Mr. James Chan, Regional Head and
      Principal Consultant of True North
---   Leadership Asia, Singapore                   35
      >>> K P LEUNG Dr, HKEC
      CSD(Rehabilitation) / TWEH DHCE /
      TWEHMED COS >>> Y K CHAN Dr, HKEC
      Deputy CSD(Q&S) / HKEC OMSC Director /
      PYNO&T Cons >>> Peter CHEE Dr, HKEC
      Deputy CSD(Q&S) / SJHAED AC >>> C T SY
      Dr, PYNMED AC >>> S H WAN Dr, PYNO&T
      RS >>> Dorothy KWONG, HKEC CSC(OT) /
      PYNOCC DM >>> Joanne TSANG, HKEC
      CSC(Physio) / RHTSK DM(Physio) >>> Ricky
      DAI, PYNOCC OTI >>> Gloria ABOO Dr,
      HKEC SNO(Q&S) / PYNNSD SNO(Q&S, NI,
---   PD)                                        200




---   >>>   Simon Cheng, SHRM(T&D), HAHO         40




---   >>>   Experts from Finance Division        60
---   >>>   Ms. Cynthy WU HL(library)               20




      >>> Stephen R Covey (The 7 Habits of Highly
      Effective People and the 8th Habit), Jack
      Welch (Winning), Ram Charan (Execution :
      The Discipline of Getting Things Done),
      Stephen M.R. Covey (The Speed of Trust),
      Clayton Christensen (The Innovator's
      Dilemma) >>> Fred Reichheld (The Ultimate
---   Question)                                     40




---   >>>   Ms. Cynthy WU HL(library)               20




---   >>>   Henry CHEUNG, EOII, Q&RM, TMH           20
---   >>>   T&D HAHO Trainer                   40




---   >>>   Ms. Cynthy WU HL(library)          20




      >>>Dr. S F LUI, NTEC SD(Q&S)/HOQ&S
---   Cons(Q&RM)                               300




---   >>>   Ms Esther Lee, HRM(T&D), HAHO      40




        Steven SIU OT I QEH, David CHIN OT I
      >>>
---   PYNEH                                    35
      >>>   Dr Calais Chan, Chairman of MindCorp
---   Ltd                                          350




---   >>>   T&D HAHO Trainer                       350




        Steven SIU, OT I QEH, David CHIN OT I
      >>>
---   PYNEH                                        35
      >>> Mr. Peter POON, Director
      (Rehabilitation), the Hong Kong Society for
      Rehabilitation and T-trainer on Chronic
      Disease Self-management Program,
      Stanford Patient Education and Research
      Centre, USA >>> Ms. Eve LOONG, Manager,
      Self-Management Training Centre, the Hong
      Kong Society for Rehabilitation and Master
      Trainer on Chronic Disease Self-
      management Program, Stanford Patient
---   Education and Research Centre, USA.           30




---   >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO           40




        Steven SIU, OT I QEH, David CHIN OT I
      >>>
---   PYNEH                                         35
---   >>>   港鐵公司管理人員                                    100

---   >>>   Mr Tsang Lam                                35




---   >>> Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO                 40
      >>> Mr. Martin Ip, Application Specialist, Bio-
---   Rad Pacific Ltd                                   30
      >>> Dr. LEE Tsz Leung, Ass.CONS(PAE),
---   QMH                                               12




---   >>>   Mr Patrick Ng, HRM(T&D), HAHO               40

      >>> Mr. Hui Wai Ting, SMT, PMH >>> MedSc
---   Mr. Wong Wing Kin, MT, PMH >>> MSc                35




        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi-Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd                      40
        Ms Rebecca LEE, Consultant of Hi-Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd.                      40




      >>> Ms Kathy Chan, Founder Partner and
      Chief Consultant of Public Communication
---   Strategic Consultancy (PCSC)                       40




---   >>>   T&D Trainer                                  40

      >>>Mr. Donal CHAN, Environmental
      Protection Officer (Territorial Control Office),
---   Environmental Protection Department                80




        MR. YU Pak Kuen, Senior Consultant,
      >>>
---   OSHC                                               200


---   >>>   Corporate Clinical Psychologist              50

---   >>>   Dr. Matthew Yeung,Resident,CBD               30




---   >>>   T&D Trainer                                  350
---   >>>   Ms Esther Lee, HRM(T&D), HAHO      40




---   >>>   Ms Ivy Cheung, HRM(T&D), HAHO      40




      >>>Mr. Anthony Behan, Founder and
      Managing Director of the Communication
---   Group Ltd                                30




        Ms Rebecca Lee, Consultant of Hi-Po
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd             40
        Ms Rebecca Lee, Consultant of
      >>>
---   Management Consultant Co Ltd      40

								
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