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Oct 09 2013

HKLII DAY (6 November 2013)

You are cordially invited to the annual HKLII DAY, organized by the Law Library, on Wednesday, 6 November 2013.


Introduction to HKLII & CLIC

1-2 pm, Computer Room, Lui Che Woo Law Library, 1/F Cheng Yu Tung Tower, by Dr Kevin Pun, Associate Professor, Dept of Computer Science & Law, Co-Director of HKLII. Demonstration will also be given on CLIC (Community Legal Information Centre http://www.hkclic.org/, a bilingual community legal information website and a quick internet guide for the general public to find legal information in Hong Kong.  To register online, visit
http://lib.hku.hk/cgi-bin/course/list_gp_m.cgi?category=43#7144 


HKLII (Hong Kong Legal Information Institute,
http://www.hklii.hk) is the first comprehensive portal providing free access to public legal information in Hong Kong.  It is a project of Law & Technology Centre, a centre jointly established by Department of Computer Science and Faculty of Law, and is based on data obtained from public authorities and other sources in Hong Kong.  Databases in HKLII now comprise Judgments from most Hong Kong Courts and Tribunals; Practice Directions; Current Ordinances and Regulations; selected publications of Hong Kong Law Reform Commission; selected domain name arbitration decisions from the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre; Administrative Appeals Board case notes and complaint case notes from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data.
 

 

For enquiries, please email lawlib@hku.hk or call 3917-2914.
 

 

HKLII DAY is organized by the Law Library, with support from the Faculty of Law and the Department of Computer Science.

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Oct 09 2013

New Acquisitions Hightlights

Published by Dental Library under Dentistry
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Essential dental public health / Blánaid Daly, Paul Batchelor, Elizabeth T. Treasure, Richard G. Watt.

D 617.6585 E7

Public health is a key concern of modern dental practitioners as they continue to play a vital role in the health of populations across the world. The second edition of Essential Dental Public Health identifies the links between clinical practice and public health with a strong emphasis on evidence-based medicine. Fully revised and updated for a second edition, this textbook is split into four parts covering all the need-to-know aspects of the subject: the principles of dental public health, oral epidemiology, prevention and oral health promotion, and the governance and organization of health services. Essential Dental Public Health is an ideal introduction to the field for dentistry undergraduates, as well as being a helpful reference for postgraduates and practitioners.

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