Hong Kong College of Paediatricians

Genetics and Genomics (Paediatrics) (GGP)

List of Membership [Jan 2018 - Dec 2020]

Application for Accreditation of Genetics and Genomics (Paediatrics) (GGP)

 

1. Clinical Genetic - Application form on subspecialty training program-06072015 (ver.1)

2. Proposal - 06072015 (ver. 1) 

3. Clinical Genetic - Application form on subspecialty training program-30032016 (ver. 2)

4. Proposal 30-3 (ver. 2)

5. Genetics and Genomics (Paediatrics) - Application form on subspecialty training program-18072016 (ver. 3)

6.Training Proposal - 18072016 (ver. 3)

7. Letter of Support from Dr. Cutioncgo-de la Paz

8. Letter of Support from Professor Chitayat

9. Letter of Support from Professor Hwu

10. Documents on overseas CG training

11. Brief introduction of program leaders - Dr Brian Chung and Dr Ivan Lo

12. Brief introduction of Internal referees

13. Brief introduction of external assessors

Updated Training Programme

GGP Training Programme (ver. 4 of 7 April 2017)

Revised Application for Accreditation of GGP

Guideline document on Programme Organization  and Training Centres

Minimal requirements of training centres

Miscellaneous Forms for GGP  Training Programme

Log Sheets

Interim Assessment

Summative Assessment

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Announcements

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13th July 2016:  Application for Accreditation of the Subspecialty of Genetics and Genomics (Paediatrics) [GGP]

10th January 2017: Announcement of the application for accreditation of Subspecialty of Genetics and Genomics (Paediatrics) [GGP]

7th May 2018: Invitation for Enrollment of Training Programme (Commencing from 1 July 2018)

Safe Paediatric Sedation – Simulation Training for the Enhancement of Sedation of Children in Diagnosis and Therapeutic Procedures

This simulation training is jointly organized by the Hong Kong College of Anaethesiologists, the Hong Kong College of Paediatricians and the Hong Kong College of Paediatric Nursing.

It is held at the Hong Kong Children’s Hospital Simulation Training Centre (ChildSim) from February, 2019.

The training is based on the “Practice Recommendation for Sedation of Children in Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures” of the Hospital Authority endorsed by the Coordinating Committees in Anaesthesiology and Paediatrics. It aims to provide knowledge and skills to ensure a safe environment for procedural sedation. It highlights important safety precautions with a key focus on the management of serious adverse events. It takes the format of web-based lectures and hands-on scenario-based simulation training. It is a half-day course for doctors and nurses involved in the sedation of children in diagnosis and therapeutic procedures.

This is a mandatory training course for basic trainees of the Hong Kong College of Paediatricians who started their basic training on or after July 1, 2015. The training is to be arranged by the Chiefs of Service or Training Supervisors for paediatric trainees. A completion certificate is needed to apply for membership of the College. Nurses working the Hospital Authority need to apply through their Department Operation Manager. The others who are interested to join could write to Jacky, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Dear Fellows, Members and Associates of the College,

Joint Annual Scientific Meeting 2019
of
The Hong Kong Paediatric Society,
Hong Kong College of Paediatricians,
Hong Kong Paediatric Nurses Association, &
Hong Kong College of Paediatric Nursing.

1st Announcement

The Hong Kong Paediatric Society, Hong Kong College of Paediatricians, Hong Kong Paediatric Nurses Association and Hong Kong College of Paediatric Nursing will be hosting a Joint Annual Scientific Meeting on 28th September 2019 at the Hong Kong Children's Hospital. It will be a full-day event consisting of a keynote lecture and free paper presentation sessions.

This Joint Annual Scientific Meeting serves as a unique platform and chance for various disciplines to share the insights in child health related issues and scientific updates. Your participation would be of utmost importance. Members, doctors, nurses, allied health professionals and other child healthcare workers are cordially invited to submit papers to make this meeting a success. Research papers including those for basic science, clinical studies, patient care, service improvement as well as community projects are all welcome.

Please send the abstract to our secretary Miss Kit Tang, Medcom Ltd., via email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Please click DOC format to download the abstract form. The deadline for abstract submission is 11th August 2019.

Thank you very much for your support.

Yours sincerely,
Organizing Committee
Joint HKPS, HKCP, HKPNA and HKCPN Annual Scientific Meeting 2019

   

Newsletter 2014 February issue

To: All Fellows, Members and Associate of the CollegePlease be informed that the 2014 February issue of College Newsletter is now available. You can view and download the issue at this link.

Best regards,
Kimmy WONG
College Secretary
Hong Kong College of Paediatricians

 

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