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Dr. LI Shu Keung
Dept. of Surgery
Pamela Youde Nethersole
Eastern Hospital

I have great pleasure to be the coordinator of this exciting event. It is both challenging and inspiring. It allow me to give a deeper thought as to how we can best meet the need of our stake holder (HST) so as to improve on their competitiveness and enable them to survive in the very tough professional environment of the future. We will not only be looking at competition within H.K., but also will be facing challenge from the greater China, Asia and the rest of the world.

In the past, we admire good surgical skill and give less respect to those surgeons who can only articulate but not as good in performing operation. We certain still treasure good surgical dexterity like in the past, but we now also appreciate the importance of the ability to communicate clearly with colleagues in the professional manner. We must be able to discuss, to debate, to argue and to convince. The JHSGR presentation format tries to focus on this area in the most efficient manner.

As adult, we learn best in the self directed manner. Under the supervision of your mentor, you identify a topic or area of your interest, you work on it and then develop an idea or a message that you would like to tell others about it. This is what the HST is expected to do in the JHSGR, and we believe that if you can do it once, you can do it again in the rest of your professional life. It is as simple as that.

Someone ask me why are we organizing this and not the College or HA. Well, there are things that College could do but would not do for the time being due to various reasons. In any case, the JHSGR hopefully could strengthen on this aspect of training and will certainly have a sustainable life of its own.

The G7(the Group of 7 hospitals) will support whatever is to the best interest of our HST¡¦s training. We proudly present to you the JHSGR.