A researcher at work in a lab at the HKU Faculty of Medicine in Pok Fu Lam. To train top-notch medical professionals, universities need state-of-the-art laboratories, operation rooms and surgical equipment. Photo: Nora TamA researcher at work in a lab at the HKU Faculty of Medicine in Pok Fu Lam. To train top-notch medical professionals, universities need state-of-the-art laboratories, operation rooms and surgical equipment. Photo: Nora Tam
A researcher at work in a lab at the HKU Faculty of Medicine in Pok Fu Lam. To train top-notch medical professionals, universities need state-of-the-art laboratories, operation rooms and surgical equipment. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Hong Kong needs more doctors and health workers: so why deny universities the funding to train them?

  • Pro-establishment legislators who blocked consideration of three universities’ application of funds to build medical teaching facilities are doing Hong Kong a disservice
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
A researcher at work in a lab at the HKU Faculty of Medicine in Pok Fu Lam. To train top-notch medical professionals, universities need state-of-the-art laboratories, operation rooms and surgical equipment. Photo: Nora TamA researcher at work in a lab at the HKU Faculty of Medicine in Pok Fu Lam. To train top-notch medical professionals, universities need state-of-the-art laboratories, operation rooms and surgical equipment. Photo: Nora Tam
A researcher at work in a lab at the HKU Faculty of Medicine in Pok Fu Lam. To train top-notch medical professionals, universities need state-of-the-art laboratories, operation rooms and surgical equipment. Photo: Nora Tam
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