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HKU Infectious Diseases Course ( Course 6 )
posted by Department of Microbiology for HKU and Public
Event Type: Public Lecture/Forum/Seminar/Workshop/Conference/Symposium
Event Nature: Medical & Health Care

Event Details

Infectious Disease Courses and Postgraduate Diploma Programme 2017 - 2019
Course 6
14 - 15 July 2018

Topics:
- Infection in immunocompromised hosts
- Current approach to prevention and management of HBV reactivation in at-risk populations
- New developments in the management of HCV infection
- Neutropenic and postneutropenic fever: policy and controversy
- Workup for newly diagnosed HIV patients
- Typical and atypical herpes zoster and the role of zoster vaccine
- Update on measles and vaccination
- Group B streptococcal infection: from the neonate to elderly
- Body art and infective complications
- Infective complications in SLE and transplant recipients
- Transfusion-and transplantrelated infections
- A to Z in microbiology: Gram negative cocci and the HACEK group
- Outbreak investigation in hospital practice
- Infections in other immunocompromised patients: diabetes mellitus, chronic liver and renal disease
- Blood-borne viruses and prions: what every health care worker should know
- Acupuncture-transmitted infections
- Antibiotic guidelines and optimization programme

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Session 1HKU Infectious Diseases Course ( Course 6 ) - Day One (Saturday)
14/07/2018 08:30-16:00
at Lecture Theatre 4, Cheung Kung Hai Conference Centre, William MW Mong Block, Faculty of Medicine, Th
Session 2HKU Infectious Diseases Course ( Course 6 ) - Day Two (Sunday)
15/07/2018 09:00-17:00
at Lecture Theatre 4, Cheung Kung Hai Conference Centre, William MW Mong Block, Faculty of Medicine, Th

Registration Instruction

Please complete the registration form and return to us by email or fax.
Fees: HK$1,000 (Individual Course)/ HK$5,400 (Certificate Course)

For registration, please visit: http://www.hkucoi.hku.hk/pdipcapp.pdf

Contact Information

For further information, please visit:
http://www.hkucoi.hku.hk/pdipcapp.pdf

Should you have any enquiries, please feel free to contact Ms Sylvia Fung by email at pdipid@hku.hk or by phone at 22554892 or by fax at 28551241.