香港中文大学医学院矫形外科及创伤学系招生通知

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-Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

香港中文大学矫形外科及创伤学系

Master of Science in Geriatric Orthopaedics (Full-time & Part-time)    

老年骨科学硕士课程 (全日制及兼读制)              

Postgraduate Diploma in Geriatric Orthopaedics (Part-time)    

老年骨科学学士后文凭课程 (兼读制)                

For Academic Year 2013/14

适用于2013/14学年

关于香港中文大学

   香港中文大学(中大)成立于1963年,为研究型综合大学,以「结合传统与现代,融会中国与西方」为使命,蹈厉奋发,志在千里。中大是香港乃至亚洲首屈一指的大学,本校的宗旨是培育既具专精知识又有处世智能的人才。中大师生来自世界各地。我们的本科和研究生共达二万之谱,其中约三千人来自香港以外的不同国家和地区。

   香港中文大学研究项目包罗万象,遍及各个学科。校方又予教员自由为业界提供顾问服务或与之协作之便。在发表研究成果方面,中大的成绩粲然可观。无论在专门领域的学报,还是耳熟能详的期刊,如《自然》、《科学》、《刺针》,都可见中大学人的文章。

矫形外科及创伤学系

   学系成立于 1982 年。 1983 年为第一批医学生开授了临床骨科教学。

   在临床服务方面,学系一直遵循骨科专科发展的原则。从创伤学、骨科康复、手外科和显微外科、运动医学、儿童骨科到骨科肿瘤学、脊柱外科、关节重建外科,直至早前新成立的足踝外科,在骨科不同的专科里得到了良好的发展。这些专科在本地、本地区和国际上的专业和学术领域中得到认可并享有盛誉。

   学系在科研领域里也取得了长足的进步。研究领域从最初单纯的临床病例调查,发展到如今广泛涉猎于骨科的基础和应用基础的方面:软组织、骨、软骨、生物材料、骨质疏松、中药应用等,特别是最近几年的发展尤为显著。研究委员会和骨关节肌肉研究实验室构建了科学研究的主体框架,承担着明确的责任,即制定科研策略,规划、组织、指导、监督科研计划的顺利完成。

矫形外科及创伤学进修培训中心

   矫形外科及创伤学进修培训中心 (OLC) 成立于1999年,是本港第一所矫形外科及创伤学进修培训中心,为骨科团队提供先进及综合骨科医疗及护理培训。

   为配合不同范畴、不同学员的需要,OLC已发展成为一个多功能的培训及教育中心,为优质的骨科培训及教育课程提供高效的多媒体及多元化设备。目前OLC提供多项实用的设施,包括可举办工作坊的医学技术训练室、计算机辅助手术应用中心、可举办会议及研讨会的研讨室,以及先进的科技设备,如实时手术传送网络、视像会议系统、实时传译系统、摄录系统、投票系统及无线计算机网络等。配备先进的视听信息设备及仿真医学技术训练设施,OLC已被多个专业团体及国际机构指定为认可的培训中心。于20092月,OLC获取由国际标准化组织认可的ISO 9001:2000质量管理系统证书,并于2010年成功通过ISO 9001:2008的认证。

理念

   二十多年来,秉承着明确的使命,坚守着崇高的理想: 为病人提供最好的服务,为医学生和研究生提供优质科研和教学”,学系在不断地成长和壮大。本学系的同仁们贯彻始终并将一如既往尽责服务大学,致力于专业的发展,在公共服务、自愿服务和小区服务方面发挥着重要的作用。

崭新重点

   预料人口老化的步伐迅速加快,政府统计处报告指出到了2030年代,年届65岁或以上的长者将会占香港总人口百分之二十七。随着香港及世界各地人均寿命的延长及老人脆性骨折个案日益增加,一个新的专业领域:老年骨科从骨科及老人医科冒起,并独立发展成一个专门学科。每个年老病者所面对骨科和医疗问题的复杂性,也提醒我们需要动员更多医务从业员,共同维持高水平的临床服务,以符合社会的需要。

宗旨

此学分制课程着重强化毕业生对老年骨科概念的理解,与及提升他们相关的执业技能,包括:

  • 建立一种新兴、针对老年骨科的亚专科,专门培训医护、外科和辅助医疗人员,藉以提供优质的治疗或照顾服务予长者,并提高或维持长者的生活质素。

  • 建立一个跨学科的骨科亚专科,连系医院和小区的矫形外科医生、老年病学医生、麻醉师家庭医生及综合医疗保健人员,协力关怀脆性骨折病人的管理系统,以达到高质量治疗效果及预防后续性骨折。

  • 培训和教导医护、外科和辅助医疗人员,深入了解老年骨科病患的综合治疗。

  • 培养专门研究老年骨科的研究人员和科学家,进行相关的科研项目。

  • 培训家庭医生治理及照顾常见老人骨科病患的技巧,并在小区推广老年肌肉骨骼系统的保健预防疾病的活动。

  • 培训小区医生如何帮助长者预防肌肉骨骼退化,以及尽早为他们诊治。

专业对象

矫形外科医生和在职受训医生

内科医生及在职受训医生

老年病学医生

复康专业人员

家庭医生和全科医生

麻醉科医生

社会工作者

注册护士

辅助医疗专业人员

课程结构
      只提供兼读制的修业模式。课堂于周一至周五晚上进行(主修科目暂定周三和周五﹔选修科目暂定周二和周四,从下午645分至930分)。每学年共分三个学期,从九月开课至六月完结。
一、理学硕士学位

常规修业期:1 (全日制)
    常规修业期:2年,限定修业期:4(兼读制)
    学生必须取得24个合资格学分才可获颁发毕业证书。
二、学士后文凭
    常规修业期:1年,限定修业期:2
    学生必须取得15个合资格学分才可获颁发毕业证书。

入学要求

理学硕士学位的入学资格:

申请人须:

  • 持有认可大学之学士学位,其荣誉等级通常须为乙等或以上;或

  • 于认可大学之荣誉学位课程毕业,且本科课程考获之平均成绩通常须达乙级或以上;或

  • 于专上学院完成一项课程,并考获一相等于荣誉学士学位之专业资格。

学士后文凭的入学资格:

申请人须:

持有认可大学之学士学位。

除了研究院的一般规定之外,若申请者有临床医学背景可获优先考虑。

此外,申请人须符合研究院「英语能力规定」,详情请浏览研究院网页http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/gss

符合入学要求的非本地生之申请,也会被考虑。

毕业要求

  • 课堂出席率达70% 或以上;

  • 出席所有实习;

  • 期考成绩达至“C-”或以上;

完成个别课程之规定;

认可学分

学会名称

学分

理学硕士学位

学士后文凭

香港骨科医学院

15 CME (Cat. A) or

10 CME (Cat. R)

15 CME (Cat. A) or

10 CME (Cat. R)

香港内科医学院

待定

待定

香港麻醉科医学院

15CME

15CME

那打素护士学校

234 CNE

195 CNE

香港营养学会

10 CE

10 CE

职业治疗师管理委员会

待定

待定

香港物理治疗学会

331 CPD *

195 CPD

* 学分分数视乎个别课程而定

课程结构

课程编号

课程名称

授课时间

学分

第一学年

第二学年

理学

硕士

学士后文凭

学期

学期

主科

GEOR 5101

老年退化基础医学

1

1

1

GEOR 5102

老年骨科基础

3

3

1

GEOR 5103

小区照顾

2

2

1

GEOR 5104

老年科基础

3

3

2

GEOR 5105

老年骨科病患者的麻醉与痛楚处理

2

2

2

GEOR 5106

老年骨科病患者复康期的治疗与需要

2

2

3

GEOR 5107

老年骨科病患者的护理

2

2

3

GEOR 5108

老年骨科病患者的心理变化及社会层面的探讨

1

1

3

必修科小计

16

16

选修科

GEOR 5201

老年骨科病患的手术治疗

3

1

GEOR 5202

老年骨骼及肌肉系统的护理

3

1

GEOR 5203

老年骨科病患的麻醉处理

3

3

GEOR 5204

老年骨质及身体机能的评估

3

2

选修科小计

3

专题研习

GEOR 5301

专题研习

6

1-3

总计

25

16

如需查阅个别课程之详细内容,请浏览网站http://www.olc-cuhk.org/geor; http://www.ort.cuhk.edu.hk/geor

入学手续

二零一三年九月入学(学期一,2013/14学年)

截止申请日期:二零一三年六月二十八日

遴选程序将基于额满即止形式进行,建议尽早提交申请表。

申请人可亲临新界沙田香港中文大学教研楼一座地下G01室研究院院务室;或以电子邮件方式传送申请人的地址到geriortho@ort.cuhk.edu.hk以索取申请数据及表格。

申请人亦可经互联网申请入学,网址http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/gss

填妥的申请表格及有关证明文件,包括成绩单,须寄抵矫形外科及创伤学系。

请将申请文件送到:

香港新界沙田韦尔斯亲王医院李嘉诚专科诊所北翼一楼

矫形外科及创伤学进修培训中心  

邓小姐收

课程简介会

日期:2013312(星期二)2013422(星期一)

时间:下午六时半至七时半

地点:香港新界沙田韦尔斯亲王医院李嘉诚专科诊所北翼一楼

     矫形外科及创伤学进修培训中心研讨室

参加简介会需预先登记,请到网站 http://www.olc-cuhk.org/geor 进行简单的登记手续。

学费
每学期学费为港币 17,000
理学硕士学位:港币 102,000元(每年3,共6
学士后文凭:港币 51,000元(每年3,共3

查询

联络人:

谢小姐/刘小姐/钱小姐/邓小姐

地址:

香港新界沙田韦尔斯亲王医院李嘉诚专科诊所北翼一楼

矫形外科及创伤学进修培训中心  

电话:

2632 1653 / 2632 1654 / 2632 3074 / 2632 3483

传真:

2647 7432  

电邮:  

geriortho@ort.cuhk.edu.hk

课程网页:

www.olc-cuhk.org/geor; www.ort.cuhk.edu.hk/geor ;  www.cuhk.edu.hk/gss

About CUHK

Founded in 1963, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a forward looking comprehensive research university with a global vision and a mission to combine tradition with modernity, and to bring together China and the West. As a top university in Hong Kong and Asia, CUHK aims to nurture students with both specialized knowledge and wisdom for life. CUHK teachers and students hail from all corners of the world. We have over 20,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students, of whom 3,000 come from regions outside Hong Kong.

CUHK undertakes a wide range of research programmes in many subject areas, and strives to provide scope for all academic staff to undertake consultancy and collaborative projects with industry. The University also has an excellent record of published research, both in discipline-specific journals and in more high-profile publications such as Science, Nature, and The Lancet.

Department of Orthopaedics & Traumatology

The department was established in 1982. The first batch of medical students started to have their clinical orthopaedic teaching in 1983.

On the clinical services, the department developed along the major fields of subspecialties in orthopaedics, from Traumatology, Orthopaedic Rehabilitation, Hand and Microsurgery, Sports Medicine, Paediatric Orthopaedics to Orthopaedic Oncology, Spinal Injury, Joint Reconstruction Surgery to the latest addition of Foot and Ankle Surgery. Many of these subspecialties enjoy significant local, regional and international professional and academic recognition and achievements.

Significant growth has been achieved in the research area. From purely clinical reviews and research, the department has steadily expanded in the years to cover different areas of basic and applied basic research that spread from soft tissue, bone and cartilage to biomaterials, osteoporosis and traditional Chinese medicine. The research committee and the musculoskeletal research laboratory structure now have clear responsibility and function to plan, advise and implement defined policies related to research.

Orthopaedic Learning Centre

The Orthopaedic Learning Centre (OLC) was established in 1999 as an innovative and comprehensive training centre, the first of its kind in Hong Kong, to provide the facility and expertise for the training of the orthopaedic team, with the ultimate aim to provide the highest standard of orthopaedic care to our community.

OLC has been developed into a multi-functional education centre suitable for a variety of audiences with a multitude of meeting needs including hands-on workshop facilities, live surgery relay network, teleconference system, simultaneous interpreting system, participants response system, voting system and wireless LAN. Well-equipped with the latest information technology and audio-visual setups, together with the state-of-the-art bioskill laboratory and computer assisted orthopaedic laboratory, OLC has been the designated center for training of a number of professional bodies and international organizations. Besides, OLC has been certified ISO 9001 compliant by the International Organization for Standardization since 2009 and has successfully acquired the accreditation of the latest ISO 9001:2008 standard in 2010.

Mission

Through the years, the department has grown and developed under the clear Mission and Vision "to provide the highest quality service in patient care, research, education and teaching for medical students and postgraduate training". Colleagues of the department have and will continue to be actively committed to the university, the professional and specialty development, and play important roles in public services, voluntary services and services to the community.

New Emphasis

In anticipation of sharp acceleration in population aging, Commissioner for Census & Statistics projected that about 27 percent of Hong Kong population will be 65 years old or above in 2030s. Resulting from the ever increasing case loads from an aging population in Hong Kong and worldwide, a new subspecialty in orthopaedics / geriatrics: the geri-orthopaedic discipline is emerging as a discrete entity by itself. The complexity of orthopaedic and medical problems seen with each elderly patient also spell out the needs of mobilizing and alerting medical personnel to specialize in this area in order to meet the needs of the society and keep the clinical service up to standard.

Objectives

The aim of the credit-based programmes is to equip graduates with an understanding of the concepts and practical skills that are closely related to geriatric orthopaedics.

These include:

Ø  To develop a new subspecialty of geriatric orthopaedics by which medical, surgical and paramedical personnel are trained up to provide quality treatment or caring services in order to improve or maintain the elders’ quality of lives.

Ø  To develop a multi-disciplinary subspecialty in orthopaedics so that orthopaedic surgeons, geriatricians, anaesthetists, family physicians and allied health professionals in hospital and community settings are mobilised to work together in the management and caring of fragility fractured patients so as to achieve high quality treatment outcome and prevention of subsequent fractures.

Ø  To train and teach medical, surgical and paramedical personnel on the comprehensive care of geriatric orthopaedic patients.

Ø  To train researchers and scientists to engage in research programs on geriatric orthopaedics.

Ø  To train family physicians to take care of common geriatric orthopaedic condition, promote general health in musculoskeletal systems among the elderly and prevention programs in the community.

Ø  To train community practitioners on prevention and early detection of degenerative musculoskeletal conditions.

Target professionals

v  Orthopaedic surgeons and Higher Trainees

v  Physicians and Higher Trainees

v  Geriatricians

v  Rehabilitation specialists

v  Family physicians and general practitioners

v  Anaesthetists

v  Social workers

v  Registered nurses

v  Allied Health workers

Programme Structure

Classes take place on weekday evenings (core subjects tentatively on Wednesdays and Fridays;  elective subjects tentatively on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:45p.m. to 9:30p.m.). There are three terms in each academic year, spanning from September to June.

  1. Master of Science (MSc) Degree

Normative study period: 1 year (Full-time)

Normative study period: 2 years, maximum study period: 4 years (Part-time)

     Students are required to obtain passing grades on a total of 25 units for graduation.

  1. Postgraduate Diploma (PgD)

Normative study period: 1 year, maximum study period: 2 years

     Students are required to obtain passing grades on a total of 16 units for graduation.

Entry Requirements

Requirements for Admission to MSc Programme:

The applicant shall have:

  • graduated from a recognized university and obtained a Bachelor's degree, normally with honours not lower than Second Class; or

  • graduated from an honours programme of a recognized university with a Bachelor's degree, normally achieving an average grade of not lower than "B" in undergraduate courses; or                                    

  • completed a course of study in a tertiary educational institution and obtained professional or similar qualifications equivalent to an honours degree.

Requirements for Admission to PgD Programme:

The applicant shall have:

  • graduated from a recognized university and obtained a Bachelor's degree.

In addition to general requirements of the Graduate School, applicants with clinical             background are preferred.

All applicants should fulfill the General Requirements for Admission and the English Language Proficiency Requirement prescribed by the Graduate School. For more details, please visit the Graduate Schools homepage at http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/gss. Non-local students who meet the entry requirements will be considered.

Graduation Requirements

  • Attendance of 70% or above of the lectures;

  • Attendance of all practicum;

  • Attain grade “C-” or above for final examination;

  • Meet specific requirement of every course;

Accreditation

Name of the society

No. of points

MSc

PgD

Hong Kong College of Orthopaedic Surgeons

15 CME (Cat. A) or

10 CME (Cat. R)

15 CME (Cat. A) or

10 CME (Cat. R)

Hong Kong College of Physicians

To be confirmed

To be confirmed

Hong Kong College of Anaesthesiologists

15CME

15CME

The Nethersole School of Nursing

234 CNE

195 CNE

Hong Kong Nutrition Association

10 CE

10 CE

Occupational Therapists Board

To be confirmed

To be confirmed

Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association

331 CPD *

195 CPD

* No. of points may vary subject to different courses

Curriculum Structure                                                                                                

Course Code

Subject title

Teaching time

No. of units

Year 1

Year 2

MSc

PgD

Term

Term

Core

GEOR 5101

Basic Medical Science of Degeneration

1

1

1

GEOR 5102

Introduction to Orthopaedics in Aging

3

3

1

GEOR 5103

Community Care

2

2

1

GEOR 5104

Introduction to Geriatrics

3

3

2

GEOR 5105

Geriatric Anaesthesia and Pain Management

2

2

2

GEOR 5106

Rehabilitation of Geriatric Orthopaedic Patients

2

2

3

GEOR 5107

Nursing in Geriatric Orthopaedic Conditions

2

2

3

GEOR 5108

Psychological Changes and Social Aspects of Aging and Long Term Disabilities

1

1

3

Required Subtotal

16

16

Elective

GEOR 5201

Surgical Management of Geriatric Orthopaedic Patients

3

1

GEOR 5202

Geriatric Care of Musculoskeletal System

3

1

GEOR 5203

Anaesthetic Care for Geriatric Orthopaedic Patients

3

3

GEOR 5204

Assessment of Bone Quality and Functional Assessments for Elderly

3

2

Elective Subtotal

3

Project

GEOR 5301

Project

6

1-3

Total

25

16

For detailed description of the specific course, please visit the website http://www.olc-cuhk.org/geor; http://www.ort.cuhk.edu.hk/geor.

Enrollment Procedure

September 2013 Intake (Semester 1, 2013/14 Academic year)

Application Deadline: June 28, 2013

Applications will be processed on a continuous and rolling basis and therefore early application is strongly encouraged.

Application forms and package are obtainable at the Graduate School Office of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Room G01, G/F, Academic Building No. 1, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, N.T.), or by sending an email to geriortho@ort.cuhk.edu.hk with the applicant's postal address.

Applicants may also make their applications via the Internet http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/gss.

Completed application forms and required supporting documents including academic transcripts should be sent to the Department of Orthopaedics & Traumatology.

Please send the application document to:

Orthopaedic Learning Centre, 1/F., Li Ka Shing Specialist Clinics, North Wing, Prince of Wales Hospital, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong

Attention to: Ms. Tang

Briefing sessions

Dates: March 12, 2013 (Tue), April 22, 2013 (Mon)

Time: 6:30pm – 7:30pm

Venue: Seminar Room, Orthopaedic Learning Centre,

     1/F Li Ka Shing Specialist Clinics, North Wing, Prince of Wales Hospital, Shatin, N.T., HK

Registration is required. Please register online at http://www.olc-cuhk.org/geor for reservation.

Programme Committee

Programme Director           Prof. LEUNG Kwok-Sui (MB, BS, MD, FRCSEd, FACS,

Dip. Biomechanics, FHKCOS, FHKAM (Ortho. Surgery))

Programme Coordinator    Prof. CHEUNG Wing-Hoi, Louis (BSc, PhD, PgCert (Biostatistics))

Programme Executive        Prof. LAM Tsz-Ping (MB, BS, PGDipBiomech, PGDip Epid & Biostat,  

FRCSEd, FHKCOS, FHKAM (Ortho. Surgery), CCFP)

Programme Administrator  Ms. TANG Fung-Ngor, Cassia (BA (Hon) BS); Ms. CHIN Hang-Yi, Natalie (BA); Ms. TSE Man-Sze, Mandy (BSc)

Tuition Fees

HK$17,000 per instalment.

Master of Science Degree: HK$102,000 (in three instalments each year, a total of 6 instalments)

Postgraduate Diploma: HK$51,000 (in three instalments in a year, a total of 3 instalments)

Enquiries

Contact person:    

Ms. Mandy Tse / Ms. Charis Lau / Ms. Natalie Chin / Ms. Cassia Tang

Address:

Orthopaedic Learning Centre, 1/F., Li Ka Shing Specialist Clinics, North Wing, Prince of Wales Hospital, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong

Telephone no.:

2632 1653 / 2632 1654 / 2632 3074 / 2632 3483

Fax no.:

2647 7432  

Email:    

geriortho@ort.cuhk.edu.hk

Programme’s homepage:

www.olc-cuhk.org/geor; www.ort.cuhk.edu.hk/geor ;  www.cuhk.edu.hk/gss

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