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    The Hong Kong College of
    Community and Public Health Nursing
    Who We Are?
    An academic, non-profit making professional organisation for
    promoting, protecting and ensuring the highest professional
    standards of community and public health nursing in Hong Kong.
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    The Hong Kong College of
    Community and Public Health Nursing
    Our Mission
    To promote excellence and professional standards in
    community health, public health, primary health care and occupational health-related nursing
    through the core competencies in advanced nursing, quality educational and research-based practices.
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    The Hong Kong College of
    Community and Public Health Nursing
    Our Specialised Areas
    Community Health, Public Health,
    Primary Health Care and Occupational Health
Who we are
The Hong Kong College of Community and Public Health Nursing (HKCCPHN) was established in April 2012, as an academic, non-profit making professional organisation for promoting, protecting and ensuring the highest professional standards of community and public health nursing in Hong Kong.
  • Mission

  • HKCCPHN is dedicated to promote excellence and professional standards in community health, public health-, primary health care- and occupational health-related nursing through the core competencies in advanced nursing, quality educational and research-based practices.
  • Specialised Areas

  • Organisation

President Message

I am honoured to take up Presidency of The Hong Kong College of Community and Public Health Nursing (HKCCPHN) as from May 2018. Being the Vice-President of HKCCPHN in the past 3 years, I have gained substantively in terms of knowledge, experience and job satisfaction. I am grateful for the many opportunities that HKCCPHN has given me to enrich and further develop myself, let alone the chance to participate in the many meaningful activities held by The Hong Kong Academy of Nursing (HKAN).

Community and Primary Healthcare Services are focus areas to both Food and Health Bureau and Hospital Authority in the recent years. These two areas rely on more than changing our concerns to patients and the practice of delivering the healthcare services. They call for a fundamental shift in our culture so that all healthcare workers are aware

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Our Events

  •  22 Jul 2017
    HKAN & Patient Support Groups Meeting
    37 representatives from 13 Patient Support Groups were join the meeting. It aims to introduce the HKAN to the Patient Support Groups.
  •  16 Jun 2017
    5th HKCCPHN AGM cum Symposium
    Theme: "Notice Depression around You & I, Find it out by Let Them Talk"
  •  13 May 2017
    6th HKAN Fellowship Conferment Ceremony cum Nursing Symposium 2017
    International Nurses Day 2017 Celebration Dinner