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  • Professor Ben Cowling honoured with an MBE in the 2021 Queen's Birthday Honours List

    Professor Ben Cowling, Professor and Head of Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, was honoured with Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2021 Queen’s Birthday Honours List. MBE is a special honour to recognise the awardees’ outstanding achievement or service to the community. Honours recipients are announced twice a year, once in the New Year's Honours List, and once on The Queen's official birthday. As the Co-Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Infectious Disease Epidemiology at the School of Public Health, Professor Cowling has worked tirelessly on infectious diseases and the recent COVID-19 pandemic. His efforts have had significant impact on science and public health in both Hong Kong and the United Kingdom, and also globally. Professor Cowling is also the Lead of the Epidemiology and Biostatistics concentration of MPH programme at HKU. We extend our sincerest congratulations to Professor Cowling for his achievement. To get to know more about Professor Cowling, please view his biography, or a video featuring his journey as a scientist.

  • Student Voice - Lee Sze Wing Christy

    I’m currently a part-time Year 1 MPH student in the Health Economics, Policy and Management (HEPM) concentration. I have been practising as a registered nurse in the Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care unit soon after I obtained my bachelor’s degree from HKU in 2018. Having five years of training to be a registered nurse and joining the health care team in a public hospital for three years, I am nurtured and obligated in providing quality health care service in Hong Kong. I have discovered interest in public health, where it is a mix of art and science in promoting health, preventing diseases and improving the quality of life on a large scale and thus I decided to pursue my studies in the MPH. Amidst the pandemic, I enjoy this journey and it has been one of the best decisions in life. People I have met here are all amazing and with a diverse background. It has been an incredible opportunity to connect with them and learn from them. Besides, the teaching team is professional and supportive. Not only have I gained knowledge related to study, but also the transferable skills for life. In pursuing my further studies, I wish to be better equipped to analyse, understand and address present and future public health challenges and to contribute towards the building of ethical and sustainable health systems.

  • Student Voice - Fu Tsing Lam Melissa

    Health care is vital to all of us some of the time, but public health is vital to all of us all of the time”, a famous quote from Charles Everett Koop, an American pediatric surgeon and public health administrator in the 80s. I was first impressed by this quote to begin delving into the domains of Public Health. I am a part time MPH student in the concentration of Health Economics, Policy and Management. I am also a Graduate Biomedical Engineer working at a private hospital in Hong Kong. Working in the usual hustle and bustle of a high volume usage of medical equipment, it is no surprise to ponder about the underlying reasons and find out the demands for medical supports are much wider than everyone can think of. From the use of thermometers to anesthesia machines, it is difficult if not impossible for a normal person to stand for, whereby a clear mindset and positive attitudes towards the medical industry is of paramount importance, and this paves the way why Public Health is the right choice. Thanks for the grant of the UGC Targeted TPg fellowship, it nurtures me as a person of diverse thinking. The curriculum consists of core courses and concentration courses, even the debut course – principle of public health can be quite challenging yet interesting. I was given a host of opportunities to share experience from the workplace and through numerous research, this also enlightens my angles of critical thinking plus encourages my communication skills with teammates from all walks of life. The curriculums are designed to equip students with the knowledge they need to face whatever public health issues or emergencies arise, and this topic is especially in the spotlight during the outbreak of COVID19. My future aspiration is to acquire the knowledge and utilize the skills learned within the MPH courses and to stand out for career advancement in the public health field. It will be even ideal if the proposed activities brainstormed under the assignments can come true in one day!

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  • MPH | MPH - HKU School of Public Health | Hong Kong

    Programme Leaflet Application Programme Overview Featured Videos Student Voices News and Events MPH Orientation Weeks 2019 Sharing Session with Prof Barry Bloom Student Activities Coffee & Careers: Exploring Public and Global Health Careers - A Discussion with Ms Leontine Chuang Coffee & Careers: Exploring Public Health and Global Health Careers - A Discussion with Dr Nason Tan Coffee and Careers with Dr Wai-kit Ming (26 February 2021) Coffee and Careers with Dr Alexander Ng (5 January 2021) Coffee and Careers with Matt Friedman (27 November 2020) 3 MPH alumni among 2020 Honours List by the Government A Coffee + Discussion Series for students in Public Health and Global Health Coffee & Careers: Exploring Public Health and Global Health Careers Careers Seminar Hospital Authority Convention 2019 Prince Mahidol Award Conference (PMAC) 2019 Public Health Career Professor Ben Cowling honoured with an MBE in the 2021 Queen's Birthday Honours List Professor Roberto Bruzzone awarded the insignia of Officer in the French National Order of Merit Dr Janice Johnston received the University Distinguished Teaching Award 2020 Top 1% Scholars at HKU Faculty & Staff Follow Us Enquiries For further enquires on the admissions process and the curriculum for the Master of Public Health: ​ Email: mphsph@hku.hk Website: https://mph.sph.hku.hk/ Phone: (852) 3917-9140

  • Student Profile | HKU MPH

    2020/21 Intake Mode of Study ​ Full-time 67% ​ Part-time 33% ​ Concentration Control of Infectious Diseases 13% Epidemiology and Biostatistics 25% Health Economics, Policy and Management 44% Public Health Practice 18% Place of Origin Hong Kong 52% Mainland China or Macau 42% ​ Overseas 6% Occupation Full-time Students 39% Physicians & Dentists 4% Other Health Care Professionals (which include nurses, physiotherapists, pharmacists, therapists and other allied health professionals) 16% Research Support Staff 9% Other Health care and Related Occupations (administration, social services, education, business) 14% Others 18%

  • Academic Awards | HKU MPH

    The Professor Anthony Hedley Prize for Master of Public Health In 2002, Professor TH Lam, Professor AJ Hedley and their colleagues and friends established the Professor Anthony Hedley Prize in Public Health to commemorate the retirement of Professor Hedley from the headship (1988 - 2000) of the Department of Community Medicine through an initial donation of HK$20,000. With the establishment of the Master of Public Health in 2004, the prize was re-named as the Professor Anthony Hedley Prize for Master of Public Health. ​ Awardee 2020 Lee, Lok Sze 2019 Yeung, Caitlin Hon Ning 2018 Iu, Pui Leung Lawrence Lam, Tin Kei 2017 Tsang, Hau Fung Flora 2016 Cheung, Ka Shing Yoshida, Tomoyo 2015 Chan, Ka Man Carmen 2014 Wan, Ka Ming Bettina 2013 Wong, Oi Man 2012 Ng, Chun Man 2011 Ng, Sau Yin 2010 Wong, Ming Sum Rosanna 2009 Wong, Lisa Anne 2008 Xu, Lin Shelly 2007 Heys, Michelle 2006 Ng, Chun Kong Chris 2005 Lam, Fung Robert 2004 Cheuk, Ka Leung Daniel 2003 Lai, Yuk Yau Timothy 2002 Lam, Man Kin Ronald Master of Public Health Honorary Teachers Scholarship In recognition of the many hours dedicated to and the tremendous support for the Master of Public Health (MPH) programme by honorary teachers and senior public leaders in Hong Kong, the Master of Public Health Board of Studies has established a scholarship programme for newly enrolled Master of Public Health candidates of HK$100,000 (per year). ​ Awardees 2020-2021 Chan, Yu Hang Yik, Siu Long Thomas 2019-2020 Kong, Tsz Sin Sarah Lee, Lok Sze 2018-2019 Chan, Hiu Laam Yeung, Caitlin Hon Ning 2017-2018 Tan, Day Seng Wong, Yuen Sum Kylie 2016-2017 Chiu, Cheuk Pong Iu, Pui Leung Lawrence 2015-2016 Kim, Yoo Na Chau, Ying Kwan Mimi 2014-2015 Ahmed, Mohamed Raia Wong, Chun Lok Andrew 2013-2014 Ng, Mei Ni Maggie Quan, Jianchao 2012-2013 Chen, Jinyan Feng, Shuo 2011-2012 Hong, Lei 2010-2011 Tang, Chui Ying Celeste Yan, Nicole 2009-2010 Kam, May Sin Andrea Xu, Shule Christy Professor Anthony J Hedley Scholarship for Master of Public Health In recognition of Professor Anthony J Hedley's contribution to the development and teaching of the Master of Public Health (MPH) programme, the Board of Studies of the Master of Public Health has established a scholarship with the donations from Professor Hedley's friends and colleagues. The scholarship of $10,000 shall be awarded each year to a newly enrolled candidate pursuing the MPH programme each year. ​ Awardees 2019-2020 Lee, Tin Yan 2018-2019 Fung, Chi Heng 2017-2018 Wong, Chun Yiu 2016-2017 Chow, Po Ling Paulina 2015-2016 Hong, Yimin 2014-2015 Lim, Wey Wen 2013-2014 Tong, Dan 2012-2013 Gale, Samantha Charlotte 2010-2011 Jiao, Yang Distinction Awardees 2020 Chow, Lai Sze MPH (Public Health Practice) Lee, Lok Sze MPH-Intercalated (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Wu, Chun Long MPH-Intercalated (Public Health Practice) Yum, Hin Hei Samson MPH-Intercalated (Control of Infectious Diseases) 2019 Yeung, Caitlin Hon Ning MPH-Intercalated (Public Health Practice) 2018 Chen, Guomin MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Cheung, Yuk Man MPH (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Iu, Pui Leung Lawrence MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Lam, Tin Kei MPH-Intercalated (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Lor, Cheuk Yin MPH-Intercalated (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Kobler, Marie Danielle MPH (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Shimizu, Yasuko MPH (Public Health Practice) Tsang, Ngai Yung MPH (Control of Infectious Diseases) Wong, Yuen Sum Kylie MPH (Control of Infectious Diseases) 2017 Chau, Ying Kwan Mimi MPH (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Cheung, Candice Jennifer Ka-Yu MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Fu, Man Chi MPH-Intercalated (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Ott, Brianna Hope MPH (Infectious Diseases) Siu, Sai Yan MPH (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Tan, Mei Lee MPH (Public Health Practice) Tsang, Hau Fung Flora MPH (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Xie, Yuxi MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Yeung, Ho Ching MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) 2016 Chan Ka Lok MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Cheung Chuen Ho MPH (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Cheung Ka Shing MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Lam Pui Kin MPH (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Ma Kam Man MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Ngai Yik Hang MPH (Public Health Practice) Tam Wai Fong MPH (Public Health Practice) Tsang Wai Kei MPH (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Yam Ka Keung MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Yoshida Tomoyo MPH (Infectious Diseases) 2015 Chan Ka Man Carmen MPH (Public Health Practice) Chu Chi Hang Adrian MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Ko Fiona Kar-Yin MPH (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Lim Wey Wen MPH (Infectious Diseases) Luo Shan MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Mok Hoi Yan MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Offeddu Vittoria MPH (Public Health Practice) Qiu Huanle MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Quan Jianchao MPH (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Sam King Fung MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) 2014 Chan, Sze Tao MPH (Epidemiology and Clinical Effectiveness) Chow, Janet Wing-Gee MPH (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Ng, Ho Lam MPH (Administrative Medicine) Wan, Ka Ming Bettina MPH (Health Economics, Policy and Management) Wong, Kwan Ting MPH (Health Economics and Policy) Xiao, Jingyi MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Yeung, Yin Shan MPH (Public Health Practice) Zhang, Qiqi MPH (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) 2013 Ching, Wan Yee MPH (Public Health Practice) Cho, Li Wei MPH (Health Economics and Policy) Feng, Shuo MPH (Epidemiology and Clinical Effectiveness) Fong, Ho Fai Daniel MPH (Epidemiology and Clinical Effectiveness) Gale, Samantha Charlotte MPH (Public Health Practice) Lau, Ming Wai MPH (Administrative Medicine) Leung, Wing Yun Joy MPH (Epidemiology and Clinical Effectiveness) Ng, Hoi Yee Iris MPH (Public Health Practice) Wong, Oi Man MPH (Epidemiology and Clinical Effectiveness) Zhao, Yingzi MPH (Epidemiology and Clinical Effectiveness) Zhuang, Xiaoming MPH (Epidemiology and Clinical Effectiveness) 2012 Chau, Hau Yan MPH (Public Health Practice) Ip, Patrick MPH (Epidemiology and Clinical Effectiveness) Leung, Yue Hin Ryan MPH (Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Control) Leung, Yue Yan June MPH (Public Health Practice) Ng, Chun Man MPH (Public Health Practice) Tong, Pak Chiu MPH (Epidemiology and Clinical Effectiveness) Tsang, Chi Chung MPH (Administrative Medicine) Wong, Wing Yu MPH (Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Control) 2011 Ko, Shui Wah Doreen MPH (Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Control) Law, Ka Po MPH (Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Control) Ng, Sau Yin MPH (Public Health Practice) Parry, Jane Elizabeth MPH (Public Health Practice) Poon, Pui Lok MPH (Administrative Medicine) Sim, Samantha Ng MPH (Administrative Medicine) Xie, Jian Ling MPH (Epidemiology and Clinical Effectiveness) 2010 Chan, Kit Ling Amy MPH (Public Health Practice) Cheng, Lik Fai Rickie MPH (Administrative Medicine) Cheung, Hoi Yan Butterfly MPH (Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Control) Li, Yuen Mei Emmy MPH (Public Health Practice) Ng, Kwok Bo Gloria MPH (Health Economics and Policy) Poon, Wai Lun William MPH (Epidemiology and Clinical Effectiveness) Tam, Chi Yan Maggie MPH (Public Health Practice) Wong, Kwai Wing Henry MPH (Public Health Practice) Wong, Ming Sum Rosanna MPH (Public Health Practice) 2009 Chapman, Peter Stuart MPH (Public Health Practice) Koo, Sergio Don MPH (Public Health Practice) Lee, Man Yan Michelle MPH (Health Economics and Policy) Lo, Lisha MPH (Health Economics and Policy) Ting, Yuk Joseph MPH (Medical Statistics) Wong, Lisa Anne MPH (Public Health Practice) Yeung, Shing Yip Alfred MPH (Public Health Practice) 2008 Au Yeung, Shiu Lun Ryan MPH (Health Economics and Policy) Chan, Shut Wah Kenneth MPH (Public Health Practice) Kan, Sik Yau Anita MPH (Administrative Medicine) Kwan, Tracy Tak Ching MPH (Public Health Practice) Xu, Lin Shelly MPH (Public Health Practice) Yuen, Shi Yin Nancy MPH (Health Economics and Policy) 2007 Heller, Gillis L MPH (Clinical Trials Research Methodology) Heys, Michelle MPH (Public Health Practice) Wong, Yee Man Bonny MPH (Public Health Practice) 2006 Lee, So Lun MPH (Public Health Practice) Ng, Chun Kong Chris MPH (Public Health Practice) Straub, Karsta MPH (Public Health Practice) 2005 Cheung, Yung Yan Terence MPH (Public Health Practice) Lam, Fung Robert MPH (Epidemiology and Clinical Effectiveness) Leung, Suet Fan Lydia MPH (Public Health Practice) Ma, Siu Keung Edmond MMedSc (Public Health) Siu, Hung Fai Peter MMedSc (Public Health) Tsang, Siu Cha Candy MMedSc (Public Health) Yu, Sui Cheung MPH (Epidemiology and Clinical Effectiveness) Yuen, Kam Tong MMedSc (Public Health) 2004 Au Yeung, Siu Hong Terence MMedSc (Public Health) Chan, Kin Keung Steve MMedSc (Public Health) Cheuk, Ka Leung Daniel MMedSc (Public Health) Chiu, Ka Chun Patrick MMedSc (Public Health) Lee, Pui Man Jeff MMedSc (Public Health) See, Sau King MMedSc (Public Health) Tang, May Ling Kitty MMedSc (Public Health) Tang, Mei Po MMedSc (Public Health)

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