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2020

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13 Nov 2020

陳婉玲

 

根據香港政府統計處在2013年的統計調查[1],殘疾人士與智障人士數目超過65萬人,隨著香港人口逐漸老化,估計現時人數已遞增了不少。殘疾人士包括視障、聽障、肢體傷殘、智障、器官殘障/長期病患、言語障礙、自閉症、精神病、注意力不足/過度活躍症及特殊學習困難人士,雖然他們有一些限制和缺陷,但也有自身能力及潛能,與其他市民一樣,是社區重要的成員及持份者。

 

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2019

20 May 2019


The Hong Kong Jockey Club Disaster Preparedness and Response Institute (HKJCDPRI) has started a weekly column at the HK01 online news portal since 17 May 2019.

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29 Mar 2019

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Disaster Preparedness and Response Institute (HKJCDPRI) joined the Hong Kong Observatory’s (HKO) Open Day on 23-24 March 2019, to promote community resilience by encouraging the public to prepare disaster survival kits.

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18 Jan 2019

Download the Hong Kong Jockey Club Disaster Preparedness and Response Institute's (HKJCDPRI) Disaster Preparedness Calendar 2019

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2018

08 Nov 2018

Realizing the need of hospitals to be prepared to ensure continuous operations during and after a disaster strikes, in times when their services are required most, a group of experts in the field of health emergency management globally have been working with the Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine (HKCEM) and the Hong Kong Jockey Club Disaster Preparedness and Response Institute (HKJCDPRI) to develop and implement Advanced Disaster Response Course (ADRC).

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08 Nov 2018

Realizing the need of hospitals to be prepared to ensure continuous operations during and after a disaster strikes, in times when their services are required most, a group of experts in the field of health emergency management globally have been working with the Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine (HKCEM) and the Hong Kong Jockey Club Disaster Preparedness and Response Institute (HKJCDPRI) to develop and implement Advanced Disaster Response Course (ADRC).

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08 Nov 2018

The concept of hospital contingency planning, as well as business continuity in Hospital  Services  is vital to ensure the continuation of  provision  of  high quality  patient care even in times of service  disruption,  and to recover quickly and safely from incidents. The World Health Organization (WHO) initiated the concept of “Safe Hospitals from Disasters” to reduce risk... 

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