On January 3, 2020, the first consultation and seminar on "Pharmaceutical Discipline Construction" hosted by the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen) School of Life and Health Sciences was successfully held at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen). Professor Liu Shuwen, Vice President of Southern Medical University, Dean of School of Pharmacy, Professor Bi Huizhen, Deputy Dean of School of Pharmacy, Sun Yat-sen University, Director of Pharmacist, Director of Pharmacy Department, Director of Personalized Drug PCR Laboratory, Director of Clinical Pharmacist Training Base, Guangdong Second People's Hospital Mr. Lu Huiqin, the chief pharmacist of Guangdong Second People's Hospital and the director of drug clinical trial base, were invited to participate in the seminar.
Review of Activities || The First Consultation and Seminar on "Pharmaceutical Discipline Construction"
The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen)
Speech by Professor Cai Xiaoqiang (Associate Vice President)
The event was fortunate to invite the Assistant Vice President of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen) Cai Xiaoqiang to participate. First of all, President Cai gave a brief introduction to the overall development plan of Hong Kong CUHK (Shenzhen), the development status of the School of Life and Health Sciences, and the preparation of the medical school, and thanked the experts for participating in this meeting and for their long-standing contributions to the School of Life and Health Sciences. Since support.
School of Life and Health Sciences
Ye Dequan (Presidential Chair Professor) Dean
Dean Ye introduced the development status of the college to the experts and introduced the application status of the pharmacy specialty of our college in detail. During the meeting, experts had an in-depth exchange with the participating teachers on the application of pharmacy in our hospital. This conference played a very important role in improving the pharmacy specialty and curriculum.
Discussion and Expert Advice
The first consultation and seminar on "Pharmaceutical Discipline Construction" provided important preparations and preparations for the establishment of a pharmacy undergraduate program in 2020. Four pharmacy experts provided valuable and relevant opinions and suggestions for the further planning and improvement of the pharmacy curriculum. Thank you again for your great support to the College of Life and Health Sciences in applying for the undergraduate degree in Pharmacy!