Who can be nominated?
The nominee must be a MBChB alumnus or a MBChB alumna of the Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK Medicine). Each nominee must be proposed by a nominator and seconded by two supporters. Nominee cannot be a member of the Selection Panel.
Who may nominate a candidate?
A nominator must be a MBChB alumnus or a MBChB alumna of CUHK Medicine or a current full-time teaching staff of the CUHK Medicine. Each nominator can propose ONE nominee ONLY and can be the supporter of another nominee whom he/she is not nominating. The nominator cannot be a member of the Selection Panel.
Who can be a supporter?
The supporter must be a MBChB alumnus or a MBChB alumna of the CUHK Medicine or a current full-time teaching staff of the CUHK Medicine.
Each supporter can second more than one nominee.
The supporter cannot be a member of the Selection Panel.
What makes a nomination valid?
The nomination form must be completed in either Chinese or English. If there is insufficient space, the nominator may send in the information on separate sheets of paper (within 2 pages in A4 size). Please limit the submission of extra documents to no more than 10 pages. Before submitting the nomination form, the nomination must be seconded by two supporters. All nominations must be kept strictly confidential, including from nominees, and during the nomination process.
When is the nomination deadline?
All nomination forms must be submitted to Integrated Event Management (Medical Alumni Affairs), Faculty and Planning Office, the CUHK Medicine on or before 26 April 2019 (Friday). If the form is submitted by post, postmark must not be later than 26 April 2019 (Friday).
How can I submit a nomination?
The nomination form can be submitted by:
Room 116, 1/F, Choh-Ming Li Basic Medical Sciences Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong
The Faculty will acknowledge the receipt of nomination forms by email to nominator on or before 6 May 2019 (Monday).
Will any of the submitted information be made public or will they be kept confidential?
All nominations must be kept confidential, including from nominees, and during the nomination process. Under normal circumstances, only selected candidates will be notified by the Faculty of Medicine after the selection and approval by the Selection Panel. The Faculty will make an official announcement on the list of Award recipients after obtaining their consent.
When will the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award Ceremony take place??
Award recipients are expected to receive the Award in persona at the Gerald Choa Memorial Lecture cum Dinner which will be held in November 2019 (tentative).
Guidelines for nomination
Guidelines for nominationhttps://www.med.cuhk.edu.hk/alumni/distinguished-medical-alumni-award/guidelines-for-nomination