Partners 合作伙伴

Research and Education 研究与教育
Auxiliary Medical Service – Hong Kong
香港医疗辅助队
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The primary purpose of the Auxiliary Medical Service (AMS) is to mobilize the manpower of professional volunteers in tackling natural disasters and calamities in Hong Kong. CCOUC collaborates with AMS to develop Psychological First Aid as part of their service for victims in emergencies, and as a tool for AMS responders to protect their own mental health.
PFA participants can download a comprehensive list of mental health services in Hong Kong here.
香港医疗辅助队旨在组织和动员拥有医学专业的志愿者应对灾害,提供前线紧急救援服务。CCOUC 与香港特区医疗辅助队合作, 为其成员提供心理急救培训,以提升救援人员的心理支持技能,以及保障救援人员各自的精神健康。
心理急救学员可在这里下载有关在香港提供心理卫生服务机构列表。
Cardiff School of Health Sciences, University of Wales Institute Cardiff – United Kingdom
威尔斯大学卡迪夫学院 – 英国
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Cardiff School of Health Sciences and CCOUC collaborates in the areas of teaching, student exchange, academic exchange, and research programs.
CCOUC 与威尔斯大学卡迪夫学院在教学、学生交换、学术交流和合作科研项目等多方面紧密合作。
Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters – Belgium
灾难流行病学研究中心 – 比利时
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The Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED) has been active for over 30 years in the field of international disaster and conflict health studies, with research and training activities linking relief, rehabilitation, and development. CRED promotes research, training, and technical expertise in humanitarian emergencies, with a special focus on public health and epidemiology. The Centre undertakes research and provides a body of evidence on the burden of disease and health issues arising from disasters and conflicts, in order to improve needs-based preparedness and responses to humanitarian emergencies. CCOUC and CRED collaborate on research projects on the public health impact of floods and develops disaster research, training, and capacity building to health system.
灾难流行病学研究中心(CRED)活跃于国际灾害及健康影响的研究长达三十多年,有关研究和培训活动涉及救援、复康和发展多个领域。研究中心以公共卫生学及流行病学为核心,促进人道救援研究培训和专业技术的发展。此外,研究中心也针对灾害和冲突引致的疾病负担和健康问题进行研究并奠定循证基础,藉以按当前需要改善防备工作,并加强灾害的紧急应对。CCOUC 与CRED携手合作,开展水灾的公共卫生学研究, 并联合提供灾害流行病学的培训项目。
Centre for Research on Health Care in Disasters, Karolinska Institute – Sweden
卡罗林斯卡医学院灾害医疗研究中心 – 瑞典
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The Centre for Research on Health Care in Disasters aims to improve, target, and optimize humanitarian assistance after disasters by developing best practices for needs assessments and by designing and providing health assistance. Karolinska Institute and CCOUC are collaborators in the areas of teaching, student exchange, academic exchange, and research programs.
灾害医疗研究中心旨在寻求最理想的需求评估方法,从而改善灾后的人道救援工作,并致力于以最佳方式设计和提供医疗支持。CCOUC 与卡罗林斯卡医学院灾害医疗研究中心在教学、学生交换、学术交流和合作科研项目等多方面紧密合作。
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative – United States
哈佛大学人道支援计划 – 美国
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The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI)is a university-wide center within Harvard University that provide expertise in public health, medicine, social science, management, and other disciplines to promote evidence-based approaches to humanitarian assistance. CCOUC and HHI are collaborators in the areas of academic exchange, student exchange programs, and research projects.
哈佛大学人道支援计划是哈佛大学的一个跨学科组织。计划旨在透过提供公共卫生、医学、社会科学、管理学、及其他与人道支援相关的学科等知识,来提倡以科学实证为基础的人道救援行动。CCOUC 与哈佛大学人道支援计划在教学、学生交换、学术交流和合作科研项目等多方面紧密合作。
Services 服务
Wu Zhi Qiao (Bridge to China) Charitable Foundation – Hong Kong
无止桥慈善基金 – 香港
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Wu Zhi Qiao is a registered charitable organization in Hong Kong that mobilizes university students, professionals, and volunteers to realize sustainable bridge projects in China’s rural communities. CCOUC collaborates with Wu Zhi Qiao by providing medical / first-aid consultation, and by supporting their efforts in the health component of community empowerment.
无止桥慈善基金是在香港注册的一家慈善机构,致力于组织和动员大学生、专业人士和志愿者在中国偏远地区进行可持续性的桥梁建设项目。CCOUC 与无止桥紧密合作,提供医疗/急救咨询,并支持他们在加强社区健康方面的工作。
Project Vision
亮睛工程
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“Project Vision” aims at developing sustainable poverty alleviation through the donation of medical equipment, surgical training and the establishment of a permanent Eye Center.
「亮睛工程」旨在于中国发展可持续的扶贫复明工程,透过捐赠医疗器材,提供手术培训,在贫穷农村乡镇建立永久的扶贫眼科中心及医疗队伍,解放农村的失明病患及其家人,做到「一人复明,全家解困」。
Knowledge Transfer 知识转移