Diabetes Preventing the Preventables (DPP) Forum 2020

Due to the new requirements set by the government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), the Diabetes Preventing the Preventables (DPP) Forum on 2 August will go digital and be held in VIRTUAL CONFERENCE only. Looking forward to meeting all of you ONLINE!

Diabetes and its comorbidities are highly preventable and treatable. Yet there are multiple challenges in translating evidence to practice which involve capacity building, behavioral changes and strengthening of our health care systems in order to bring out the best of our clinical expertise and technology. In this annual forum, we have invited thought leaders to share their experiences and expertise in pursuit of these complex goals. Through these deliberations and interactions, we hope to build a network of care professionals and experts who share similar vision to innovate and transform health promotion and disease prevention.

For Professionals:


Asia Diabetes Foundation (ADF) is a charitable organization registered with the Hong Kong Government. ADF was established under the Chinese University of Hong Kong Foundation in 2007 to initiate, implement and coordinate research activities to collect and translate evidence into prevention and control strategies for diabetes and other chronic diseases. By using a pragmatic, albeit scientific strategy, ADF advocates the combined use of technology and team approach to empower informed decision-making with ongoing evaluation in order to make quality diabetes and chronic care sustainable, affordable and accessible.


Association of Hong Kong Diabetes Nurses (AHKDN) is dedicated to driving the professional development and practice of its members, advancement of the diabetes management standard and thus improvement of living for people affected by diabetes in Hong Kong.

Supporting Organization

The Hong Kong Medical Association (HKMA) founded in 1920, brings together all medical practitioners practising in, and serving the people of, Hong Kong. Its objective is to promote the welfare of the medical profession and the health of the public.

The Hong Kong College of Family Physicians (HKCFP) established in 1977 and is one of the fifteen foundation colleges of HKAM from 1993. The objectives of the College are mainly to provide and maintain high standards medical education to family doctors; to promote the concept of family medicine and provide related medical education to the public.