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2019 “Learning from Neighbours” Macao Seminar by The University of Hong Kong, The University of Macau and the Pharmaceutical Society of Macao

This was the third seminar jointly organized by The University of Hong Kong, The University of Macau as well as the Pharmaceutical Society of Macao, supported and sponsored by the HKAPI. Every year the seminar explores a certain theme surrounding the status quo and future development of the pharmaceutical systems of both cities. For this year, the scope has been expanded to cover also Mainland China, as the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area remains one of the hottest topics for both the pharmaceutical industry and the academia alike.
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Precision Medicine Seminar #2

Attended by about 50 members, Part 2 of the “Precision Medicine Seminar Series” was an intensive panel discussion centered on discussing the opportunities and challenges of commercialization of precision medicine as well as its commercial applications.
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Precision Medicine Seminar #1

Organized by the HKAPI R&D Ecosystem Taskforce and supported by Baker McKenzie, the first seminar of the “Precision Medicine Seminar Series” was attended by around 50 members at Baker McKenzie’s new office in Quarry Bay.
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Enhancing Partnership in Patient Support Program sharing

The HKAPI has conducted a research previously which aimed to support member companies and their collaborating partners implementing patient support programs through understanding the effectiveness of existing programs. To share findings from this research and to build a platform for stakeholders to exchange point of view, the HKAPI organized a sharing session for member companies and their collaborating partners on May 17, 2019.
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HKAPI Annual Dinner 2019

Over 250 guests from the academia, healthcare professionals, our trade partners and the government’s medical top policymakers and administrators attended the Hong Kong Association of the Pharmaceutical Industry Annual Dinner 2019.
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1st Macao Med Rep Course Closing Ceremony

The 1st Macao Medical Representatives’ Training Programme, which had spanned over 5 months, had come to a close on 13 April 2019 at Hotel Royal Macau. After Prof. Vivian Lee (Associate Professor, School of Pharmacy, Chinese University of Hong Kong) delivered the last lecture on Biologics and Bioslimiars, an official Closing Ceremony was held to celebrate the end of the Programme.
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