Life & Health SciencesChinese Medicine
The Division of Chinese Medicine has been offering high quality programmes in Chinese Medicine since 1991. These programmes include Chinese Medicine, Chinese Medicine Pharmaceutics, Acupuncture and Tui-Na, Chinese Medicine Health Care and Rehabilitation and CME Programmes/Courses for Chinese Medicine Practitioners. Various types of diploma, certificate programmes and short courses are offered for members of the public interested in Chinese medicine.
The School also runs Chinese Medicine Clinics and Pharmacies which serve primarily as clinical training centres for the students and also provide general and specialist consultations for the general public.
This programme consists of two parts. Each part consists of one module. Students who have completed one module of Part 1 can choose to exit the programme. Completion of one module will lead to a Certificate in Acupuncture. Upon successful completion of Part 1 and Part 2, students will be awarded a Diploma in Clinical Acupuncture.
(inclusive of clinical observation in Hong Kong/China but excluding accommodation, travelling and meal expenses )
Part 2: HK$33,600
(inclusive of clinical observation in Hong Kong/China and clinical training fee in China but excluding accommodation, travelling and meal expenses)
Module 1 Haematological Oncology for Health Care Professionals: introduces the aetiology and treatment of haematological malignancies in adults.
Module 2 General Oncology for Health Care Professionals: provides a basic understanding of the principles of surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy in cancer treatment.
Module 3 Palliative Care for Health Care Professionals: develops the specialised knowledge and skills of health care professionals working in hospice and or in oncology units.
Module 2: HK$11,000 (Subject to revision) + Clinical practicum fee / Site Visit fee (Subject to revision)
Module 3: HK$8,680 (Subject to revision) + Clinical practicum fee / Site Visit fee (Subject to revision)
Note: Students may purchase professional indemnity insurance on their own.