Can Improved Medical Education Reduce the Demand for Hospital Services?

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Can Improved Medical Education Reduce the Demand for Hospital Services?

Please email yammie@britcham.com for more information
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This event has been cancelled due to speaker unavailability. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

 

In recent years the demand for Hong Kong’s public hospital services has outstripped the capacity to deliver. This has resulted in increased elective waiting times, poorer access to emergency care and a healthcare workforce which is severely overburdened.  Whilst new hospital investment and development is planned, there remain many opportunities to improve the situation through other mechanisms – notably a new approach to medical education and support. Globally, it has been observed that improved medical education via the introduction of standardised clinical pathways and protocols, the timely use of identification and treatment tools and on-going opportunities to understand new developments in key clinical fields, all yield positive outcomes. This includes reductions in the variability of care, the utilisation rates for key diagnostic tests - such as CT’s and colonoscopies - as well as reducing overall hospital admission rates. In this breakfast briefing session, we will be joined by industry representatives to discuss what Hong Kong could do to leverage better medical education in pursuit of a more sustainable and effective health system. 

 

About the speakers

Dr Manette Williams is an accomplished Medical Communications, Education, Clinical Training and Publications Lead with more than 10 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry and medical communications agencies. She has worked as Professional Medical Education Manager, Medical Congress and Events Lead, Medical Communications Manager, Clinical Trainer, Principal Medical Writer, and Editorial Lead. Dr Williams has worked in Asia, Africa, Europe and in the US and her experience encompasses a broad spectrum of medical education, clinical training, clinical operations and communication functions, including medical education strategy and program development, advocacy relationship management, publication planning and peer review manuscript development.

 

More info to come.

 

Please note that Business Attire is required by the Hong Kong Club - shirts must be worn by men, and jeans and sports shoes are not permitted.

ATTENDANCE FEE
ATTENDEE PRICE
Member $ 400.00 HKD
Non-Member $ 520.00 HKD
  • Reservations in advance are required. Please consider your booking confirmed unless notified otherwise.
  • Business Attire is required by the Hong Kong Club. No jeans or sports shoes.
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  • The event will be cancelled if the No.8 Typhoon signal or the Black Rain Storm warning is in force.
  • For further information please email yammie@britcham.com
  • Please make cheques payable to: "The British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong" & send it to Room 1201 Emperor Group Centre, 288 Hennessy Road, Hong Kong
Event:

Can Improved Medical Education Reduce the Demand for Hospital Services?

Date:
Thu, April 26, 2018
Time:
08:00 AM - 09:30 AM
Speaker:

Dr Manette Williams, Head of Medical Education, Amgen JAPAC 

 

Sophia Hua, Associate Director, Clinical Quality & Standards, Group Health, AIA 

 

Moderated by Candace Albert, Managing Consultant, Asia Care Group

 

More speakers to be confirmed.

Venue:
Victoria Suite, The Hong Kong Club, 1 Jackson Road, Central. Hosted by Andrew Seaton
Contact Person:
Yammie Yuen
Contact information:
yammie@britcham.com

KNOWLEDGE HUB

  • Changes to the notarial service offered at the British Consulate General Hong Kong, as of April 9th 2018
    09 Apr 2018
  • Spring update 2018 from the consular team at the British Consulate General
    09 Apr 2018
  • Annual General Meeting of The British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong 2018
    15 Mar 2018