Course will run on four Saturdays from October 14 to December 2

The Schools of Law and Public Health at the Chinese University of Hong Kong are teaming up to offer a four-day, short course on public health law, beginning on Saturday, October 14.

According to the website, the course "is intended to be of relevance to medical and legal practicioners, and to other professionals with an interest in public health, and will provide an introduction to national law and its application to public health governance and to the control of threats to health."

The course will be taught in English.  Applications are due at least two weeks before the start of the course.  Applicants mus hold a bachelor's degree in medicine, law or an approved field.

For more information, please visit the CUHK School of Law website.

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