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Outreach Services

Summer Outreach Service 2016

CUHK Community Health Summer Outreach Service 2016 will be held from July to August.

 

The service aims to promote medication safety, raise the awareness of dementia and atrial fibrillation to elderly, rehabilitants, and ethnic minority citizens. Furthermore, CU CHAMPION will work together with Champ (secondary school students) to prepare them for the demand of aging population by introducing the elders’ health needs, and medication problems.

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Health Questionnaire
  • Health assessment 

  • Drugs recording

  • Psychosocial survey

  • Dietary survey 

  • Chinese Medicine survey

Basic Health Check
  • Blood glucose monitoring
  • Body Mass Index test​
  • Blood pressure measurement
  • Basic electrocardiogram screening
Health Education & Medication Safety Promotion
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Service Period:

9 July to 27 August, 2016 (on Saturdays)*

Venue:

34 elderly & community service centres located in different districts of Hong Kong*

*Student volunteers can register their available outreach sessions on CU CATALYST 2016 (available on Blackboard in mid-May, 2016).

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CHAMPIONs

All CUHK students from

  • Faculty of Medicine

  • Department of Social Work 

We need YOU to make a difference in community healthcare and medication safety!

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Comprehensive Health Advocacy and Mentorship Programme
(Champ)

Secondary School students who wish to study in Faculty of Medicine programs

Volunteer Training:

Briefing & Workshops:

Volunteers must attend one of the following briefing workshops:

    A) June 25 (Saturday), 12:00 - 2:30PM, LT4, YIA, CUHK

    B) June 25 (Saturday), 3:00 - 5:30PM, LT4, YIA, CUHK

    C) July 2 (Saturday), 11:15 - 1:00PM, LT2, YIA, CUHK

E-learning:
All student volunteers will be enrolled on an e-learning platform called CU CATALYST 2016 on Blackboard (for CUHK volunteers), and KEEP (for secondary school volunteers).

The platform will provide materials to enrich students’ geriatric and medication safety knowledge in different perspectives.

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