Knowledge Exchange is …
As its third mission in addition to Teaching/Learning and Research, Knowledge Exchange (KE) is defined by The University of Hong Kong as “the process of engaging—for mutual benefit—with business, government, or the community, to generate, acquire, apply, and make accessible the knowledge needed to enhance material, human, social, cultural, and environmental well-being”.Similarly, Knowledge Transfer is defined by the Hong Kong University Grants Committee as “the systems and processes by which knowledge—including technology, know-how, expertise, and skills—are transferred between higher education institutions and society, leading to innovative, profitable or economic or social improvements”. For more information on KE at HKU, please visit the HKU Knowledge Exchange website.
For Health Care Professionals
- Discussion Paper on Dentistry and Diabetes (sponsored by Colgate)
- Discussion Paper on Oral Biofilms (sponsored by Johnson & Johnson)
For School Teachers