Chinese University of Hong Kong, the
Climate change is an important topic for public health practices for the 21st century. This course offers participants an overview of issues related to climate change and health. It aims to show how public health principles may be applied in issues of climate change to support community preparedness, response, policy formulation and implementation.
A bachelor's degree in medicine or an approved related field. For non-professional degree holders, honours not lower than second class are required for credit bearing courses.
For non-credit bearing course, it is open to those who are interested in the public health.
Complete the application form.
Application fee: HK$100, course fee: HK$3,000.
Two week before the course starts.
30 Apr 2015