Recognized as one of the top O&G training centres in Asia-Pacific region, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (CUOG) contributes to a broad program of graduate teaching and visiting scholar clinical attachment. We offer wide range of research opportunities and rigorous clinical training. With visiting scholars and graduate students from Southeast Asia and mainland China, the learning culture is rich and offers a unique, globally engaged medium for rewarding collaborations and academic exchange.

CUOG Visiting Scholars Training Program
(Subspecialty: Maternal Fetal Medicine)

This program offers faculty members in the Obstetrics, Gynaecology, ultrasonography and genetics the opportunity to undertake up to six-month / one-year attachment at CUOG. Hand-on clinical training may be offered to successful applicants according to your qualification and training duration.

According to the mission of CUOG, the program aims to contribute to health of women and fetuses by providing the highest quality education in the field of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

For years, we have been successfully training overseas and mainland physicians to share the advanced medical skills, technology, and research work of CUOG.

By pairing these experiences, overseas physicians are able to comprehend clinical application concepts observed during training, and are able to apply these concepts in clinical scenarios at their institutions.

In addition, networks established among international physicians through CUOG training program have enabled the co-development of medical standards in diverse regions.

CUOG Research Training Program
(Subspecialty: Maternal Fetal Medicine)

A sub-section within the current Visiting Scholars Training Program

This program will be directed by Professor Liona Poon and offers visiting scholars an opportunity to learn and undertake clinical research in Maternal Fetal Medicine and Obstetrics. Visiting scholars can choose to undertake a 6-month, 1-year or 2-year program.

Professor Poon aims to provide an environment whereby visiting scholars will be able to apply theoretical aspects of clinical research in real practice.

The objective of a 6-month program would be to learn research skills that can be applied in the parent institution and for possible future collaborations between the two institutions.

The objective of a 1-year / 2-year program would be to get involved in existing research projects with the aim to publish a scientific paper in an international peer reviewed journal. The range of skills that Professor Poon aims to cover in a 1-year program include critical appraisal of scientific papers, research design, writing of protocol, organising and conducting of clinical research, statistical analysis, and paper write up.

All visiting scholars will have the opportunity to apply for a PhD program.

Inquiries or Application

Due to limited quota, prospective candidates are required to forward a copy of their CV to the program secretary for consideration by the Department.

For the candidates applying for training in other subspecialty, it would also be considered. Please send a copy of CV to the program secretary.

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