Veteran journalist Chris Yeung told HKAPI members in a public affairs workshop on October 25, 2017 that Hong Kong politics is getting more complicated, as the government and many stakeholders have to take the China factor into consideration when making key decisions.
A forum on the current development and future of Macao’s pharmaceutical sector was recently held at the University of Macao (UM) Wu Yee Sun Library. The event was co-organised by UM’s Institute of Chinese Medical Sciences, the Pharmaceutical Society of Macao, and the University of Hong Kong (HKU) Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine.
To prepare members for the new Code on samples effective on 1st April, HKAPI organised a train-the-trainer workshop on 28th March.
On March 27th, over 90 members showed up for the half-day training on the legal regulatory compliance of pharmaceutical business in Hong Kong.
Pharmacists, patients, policy makers and medical professionals gathered together for the fourth year of patient empowerment. Over 200 representatives from patient groups, healthcare professionals and HKAPI members showed up on a Saturday morning on January 14th to the Forum jointly organized by the Hospital Authority, Hong Kong Alliance of Patients’ Organizations and HKAPI.
Over 230 guests attended our 48th annual event where distinguished physicians, pharmacists, scholars, business and trade met the government’s medical top policy makers and administrators. This year we were delighted to have Mr. Patrick Nip, Permanent Secretary for Food and Health, as our guest of honor, to celebrate the New Year.
About 100 industry practitioners and pharmacy students joined in the first regulatory training programme jointly organised by the University of Hong Kong and HKAPI.