Associations & Activities
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Whether you want to develop new skills, delve deeper into your studies or have fun and relax, associations and activities is a good chance for you!
At CU Medicine, you may start up your own association or participate in our different activities. Check out some of our many activities:
Chinese Medicine Society
The Chinese Medicine Society supports all Chinese Medicine students. Aiming at preserving the wisdom of Chinese Medicine and equip medical students with the expertise of Chinese Medicine, the Society has been organising a series of activities, including seminars, forums, interactive workshops, banquets, etc
Society of Biomedical Sciences
The Society of Biomedical Sciences strives to enhance members' understanding of the development of biomedical sciences; to connect students, staff and teachers in and outside the School; and to provide welfare to our members.
Founded in 1982 by a group of aspiring doctors, the Medical Society of CUHK is a non-profit student association committed to serving the students of the Faculty of Medicine. Organising activities ranging from academic events to recreational and social happenings, the Medical Society helps medical students learn, relax and connect as part of an experience that extends beyond academic boundaries.
Pharmacy Society is a student association dedicated to serving Pharmacy students. All thirteen members of Pharnexus, Pharmacy Society 2019, will cooperate and organise a variety of activities in the hope of converging our members, being considerate to them at all times and seeking benefits for them. We will also act as a bridge for members to communicate with the School of Pharmacy, colleges and external organisations.EXPLORE MORE
Society of Public Health
The brainchild of students from both the Public Health Programme and the Community Health Practice Programme, the Society of Public Health aims at fostering interactions between students of these two programmes by organising activities like the Spring Celebration, Graduates' Photo-Taking Day, Freshmen Orientation Camp and Sports Day. The Society also holds a range of activities on-and-off-campus to raise awareness about public health.EXPLORE MORE
The Nursing Society of CUHK Nethersole School of Nursing represents nursing students from different colleges. Through organising a variety of activities, it hopes to provide every nursing student with a satisfactory university life as well as promoting nursing values to the general public. In addition, it aims to strengthen the communication between its members and other societies, and connect the whole Faculty to develop a better future for the Nethersole School of Nursing.EXPLORE MORE
Asian Medical Students' Association Hong Kong (AMSAHK)
Founded in 2003 as the first interschool medical student organisation, AMSAHK's Executive Committee comprises 45 medical students in seven departments from CUHK and HKU. The student association organises and participates in events on local, regional and international scales, working as a founding national member organisation of AMSA International and the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations, as well as being recognised by both the World Health Organisation and the United Nations. With the aim of transforming ideas into action, AMSAHK advocates the importance of scientific research, global exchange, public health and medical education, hosting various activities and events throughout each academic year. The organisation hopes to improve local awareness of prevalent healthcare issues, and expose local students to the international healthcare community. Overall, AMSAHK works to bridge the gap between medical students and healthcare professionals through actively contributing to public health promotion and policy making.EXPLORE MORE
Medical Outreachers (MOHK)
Comprised of medical students from CUHK and HKU, Medical Outreachers Hong Kong (MOHK) is a non-governmental organisation committed to “Reach Out, Create and Inspire“ to serve ethnic minorities in Hong Kong and those without medical support in the remote suburban China or Nepal communities. Focusing on long-term projects designed to make a lasting, sustainable impact, MOHK helps volunteers reflect on the human side of medicine while empowering them to take action now to alleviate the suffering of fellow human beings.EXPLORE MORE
Founded in 2001, MEDEGG’s Production is a non-profit drama society comprised solely of medical students. Handling all aspects of creating a drama production, from directing, acting and doing make-up, to light and sound effects, marketing and constructing sets and props, medical students work as a team and develop their artistic talents and organisational skills together. MEDEGG stages their Annual Production in January and Summer Production in July. The crew also takes part in the annual CUHK Drama Competition. MEDEGG has been enriching CUHK medical students’ life for almost two decades, providing a channel for students to demonstrate their creativity and come together as a team, forming bonds and friendships to carry them through the rigours of medical school. .EXPLORE MORE
Student Surgical Association of Hong Kong (SSAHK)
A student organisation jointly run by medical students from The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and The University of Hong Kong (HKU), the Student Surgical Association of Hong Kong (SSAHK) - also an affiliate of the College of Surgeons of Hong Kong – is dedicated to promoting interest in surgery among undergraduate students. Beyond helping medical students connect with surgeons and international surgical societies, SSAHK also arranges activities such as suturing workshops, the Surgical Taster Day, Careers Night and seminars.EXPLORE MORE
The Student Activities Section of the Office of Student Affairs provides support to students for running student associations and organising extra-curricular activities that are an integral part of a student's non-formal education experience while the Student Amenities Section manages the facilities booking system, International House and student accommodation.EXPLORE MORE