CHP reviews local HIV/AIDS situation in third quarter of 2015
A total of 189 additional cases of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection were reported to the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health (DH) in the third quarter of 2015, bringing the cumulative total of reported HIV infections to 7 534 since 1984.
Reviewing the HIV/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) situation in Hong Kong at a press conference today (November 24), the Consultant (Special Preventive Programme) of the CHP, Dr Wong Ka-hing, said that sexual transmission remained the major mode of HIV transmission.
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Community Stakeholders’ Consultation Meeting 2015
The Hong Kong Advisory Council on AIDS (ACA) is now drafting a new Recommended HIV/AIDS Strategies for Hong Kong (2017-2021)
You are also welcomed to join the 8 sessions of ACA Community Stakeholders’ Consultation Meeting (CCM) held in October and November 2015 and express your opinion directly. For details, please click : http://www.aca.gov.hk/english/strategies/consultation2015.html
New iCE Programme (CME/CNE/PEM activity) available 20/08/2015
The new iCE programme is now available. Obtain CME/CNE/PEM points by reading through the articles and passing the test within the validity period.
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New HIV treatment guide for digital age
since the discovery of the HIV virus in the early 1980s, scientific
advances have progressed at such a remarkable pace that it is hard
to catch up with the latest developments. The Department of Health
Centre for Health Protection joined the Stanley Ho Centre for Emerging
Infectious Diseases of the Chinese University of Hong Kong to produce
an updated HIV Manual, which is officially released on 27 September
One unique feature of the new Manual is its availability
in digital format. HIV Manual 3rd edition is housed at its designated
internet website. For the convenience of mobile phone users, it
can be downloaded as an Android App from Google Play or iPhone App
from iTunes. The print version is in limited supply from Centre for Health Protection.
details of new HIV treatment guide